Strength of Men and Nations

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Strength of Men and Nations

By William Ernest Hocking
Harper, 1959
248 pp. $3.50

In this extended tract for the times Professor Hocking is primarily concerned with finding some substitute for conflict as a means of composing the differences between nations, more particularly the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. In this search he hopes for some common ground of "identical elements of purpose implied in human nature itself."

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