Norman Angell

Norman Angell: Selected full-text books and articles

After All: The Autobiography of Norman Angell By Norman Angell Farrar, Straus and Young, 1952
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Raw Materials, Population Pressure and War By Norman Angell World Peace Foundation, 1936
Thinkers of the Twenty Years' Crisis: Inter-War Idealism Reassessed By David Long; Peter Wilson Clarendon Press, 1995
Librarian's tip: Chap. 5 "No an Angell and Rationality in International Relations"
Human Nature and Enduring Peace By Gardner Murphy Houghton Mifflin Company, 1945
Librarian's tip: Chap. 10 "Some Other Trouble-Spots of Tomorrow"
FREE! The Roots of the War: A Non-Technical History of Europe, 1870-1914 A.D By William Stearns Davis; Mason W. Tyler; William Anderson Century, 1918
Librarian's tip: Discussion of Norman Angell begins on p. 468
FREE! The Problems and Lessons of the War By George H. Blakeslee Putnam, 1916
Librarian's tip: "Problems and Lessons of the War: America's Need for Prepardness in Policy" by Norman Angell
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