Tensions That Cause Wars and Tensions Affecting International Understanding: a Survey of Research

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Tensions That Cause Wars and Tensions Affecting International Understanding: a Survey of Research

By Hadley Cantril and Otto Klineberg
University of Illinois Press and Social Science Research Council, 1950
303,227 pp. $4.00
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These two books originated in the 1947 resolutions of the UNESCO General Assembly authorizing a study of "Tensions Affecting International Understanding." The first contains a common statement regarding international conflicts, with separate related articles, prepared by eight leading social scientists who met in Paris in 1948. The second is an effort to make an organized inventory of what is known about this subject, partly with a view to furthering profitable research.

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