A convenient presentation of the discussions at the Williamstown Institute of Politics in the summer of 1932. Among the subjects treated were the limitation of armaments; American foreign policy, political and economic; the peace treaties and the map of Europe; the Far Eastern situation; Latin American problems; and the Imperial Conference. On these questions of current interest the records of the conferences supply a good deal of factual material together with widely divergent opinions.
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