All the Cards on the Table

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All the Cards on the Table

By Jack Cherry
Museum Press, 1948
135 pp. $7.00

Within very brief compass Mr. Cherry tries to state the controlling long-term factors in Britain's foreign policy. He finds much fault with England's international behavior between the wars, but in his own survey he ignores India and the Far East.

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