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The Causes of War
The Causes of War
By Arthur Porritt
Macmillan, 1932, 275 pp

A collection of essays, well worth reading, written as parts of a report for the World Conference for International Peace through Religion. The first essay, on the economic causes, is by Sir Arthur Salter. Among other noteworthy essays may be mentioned that by C. F. Andrews on racial influences, by Sir J. Arthur Thomsen on science and war, by Alfred Zimmern on cultural causes, by Frederick J. Libby on the press and world peace, and by Wickham Steed on political causes of war. In the supplement are brief statements on raw materials, tariffs and migration, by Jacob Viner, André Siegfried and Moritz Bonn respectively.