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Let's Talk About the Peace

Let's Talk About the Peace

By Henry G. Alsberg

Hastings House, 1945, 324 pp.

This book is cast in the form of a series of hypothetical dialogues between an expert on international affairs and a G. I., after Dumbarton Oaks but before San Francisco. Mr. Alsberg finds much fault with the Dumbarton proposals and in general wants the nations to move faster and farther toward effective world government, preferably through regional federations.