Dollars and World Peace

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Dollars and World Peace

By Kirby Page
Doran, 1927
124 pp. $1.50

A well-known pacifist writer presents once more the dangers arising from nationalism, industrialism and imperialism, lays bare the shortcomings of our own attitude and policy, and calls for a broader point of view and more constructive action in the matter of our colonial policy, our trade policy and questions arising from international debts.

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