The Killing of the Peace

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The Killing of the Peace

By Alan Cranston
Viking, 1945
304 pp. $2.50

This is the chronological story of how Henry Cabot Lodge and his fellow conspirators carried on the fight against the League of Nations both in and out of the Senate. Mr. Cranston can hardly be called dispassionate; yet the record he has here pieced together provides a powerful answer to recent attempts to whitewash Lodge by detracting from the reputation of Woodrow Wilson.

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