The Peace Pact of Paris

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The Peace Pact of Paris

By David Hunter Miller
Putnam's, 1928
283 pp. $3.00

An account of the origins and purpose of the so-called Kellogg.Pact, with a careful and illuminating examination of the American Government's diplomatic correspondence with other signatory states, and a forecast of some of the consequences that may be expected to flow from the Treaty's adoption. The principal documents are included in an appendix.

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