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Peaceful Change: a Study of International Procedures
Peaceful Change: a Study of International Procedures
By Frederick Sherwood Dunn
Council on Foreign Relations, 1937, 156 pp
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Important as a realistic discussion of the possibility of changes in the status quo by methods other than those of force. Due attention is given to such matters as prestige, national honor, racial differences, population pressure, and the rivalry for markets and raw materials. In spite of the recognized shortcomings of existing international agencies, the author does not regard the outlook for peaceful change as altogether hopeless.