Europe Free and United

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Europe Free and United

By Albert Guérard
Stanford University Press, 1945
206 pp. $2.50

Some very suggestive ideas on how in Europe -- at least west of the Curzon Line -- the mechanisms of closer unity can replace the existing self-contained and self-destructive nationalisms. Professor Guérard would have Europe begin its evolution toward unity with a common police force and customs union. For a common language, he suggests an up-to-date version of Latin.

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