The United Nations as a Political Institution

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The United Nations as a Political Institution

By H. G. Nicholas
Oxford University Press, 1959
222 pp. $3.40
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In this study the author--Nuffield Reader in the Comparative Study of Institutions at Oxford--describes the United Nations "as an established political institution which has a right to be examined in terms of its processes as well as its products and which must be understood through its politics as well as its constitution."

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