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Peace in Their Time
Peace in Their Time
By Robert H. Ferrell
Yale University Press, 1952, 293 pp

An able monograph on the curious origins of the Kellogg-Briand Pact. Seeing the agreement to renounce war as the product of some very shrewd diplomacy and some very unsophisticated popular enthusiasm in the United States, the author treats the subject wittily but with rather intrusive irony.