Nationalism and Internationalism: Essays Inscribed to Carlton J. H. Hayes

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
THE EDITOR is indebted to Foreign Affairs for permission to republish the article by Geroid Tanquary Robinson, "American Thought and the Communist Challenge," which appeared in the issue of July1949 under the title "The Ideological Combat."The article "H. G. Wells, a British Patriot in Search of a World State" by Edward Mead Earle appeared in an abridged form in the January 1950 issue of World Politics. Frequent reference has been made throughout the article to a number of Wells's many books and pamphlets. The author wishes to make special acknowledgment to the executors of the estate of H. G. Wells and the following publishers for permission to use sizable passages from Wells's work or to quote passages concerning Wells:
The Atlantic Monthly Press, Boston: The Idea of a League of Nations ( 1919).
Cassell and Co., Ltd., London: An Englishman Looks at the World ( 1914).
Doubleday and Co., Garden City, N.Y.: The Way the World Is Going ( 1929); The World of William Clissold ( 1926).
E. P. Dutton and Co., New York: The World Set Free ( 1914).
Faber and Faber, Ltd., London: Sir Arthur Salter, Personality in Politics ( 1947).
Harper and Brothers, New York: Anticipations ( 1902).
The Macmillan Co., New York and London: The Anatomy of Frustration: A Modern Synthesis ( 1936); The Bulpington of Blup ( 1933); Experiment in Autobiography ( 1934); Joan and Peter: The Story of an Education ( 1918); The Outline of History ( 1920); What Is Coming?: A European Forecast ( 1916).
Penguin Books, London and New York: The New Machiavelli ( 1946).
L. and Virginia Woolf, London: The Common Sense of World Peace ( 1929).

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