Discussion of the reforms that ought to be implemented following the war in order to prevent a future European conflict, including the control of the arms trade and international finance, and a readiness to accept ‘a new idea of what constitutes greatness in a state’. By William Leonard Courtney, editor of the popular literary and current affairs magazine, ‘The Fortnightly Review’.
I: PROBLEMS OF THE FUTURE
II: LESSONS OF THE PAST
III: SOME SUGGESTED REFORMS
London: Chapman & Hall, Ltd., 1914.
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