Can America stay at home? By Frank H. Simonds, LITT. D.
|Main Author:||Simonds, Frank Herbert, 1878-1936.|
New York, London, Harper & brothers, 1932.
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United States > Politics and government > 20th century
Europe > Politics and government > 1918-1945
"This book was written ... as a companion to Can Europe keep the peace? which was published last year."--Pref.
"An attempt not merely ... to analyse American policy, but rather to set forth ... what the effect of that policy has been upon the interests of other countries and thus to explain the repercussion which it has produced."--Pref.
x, 377 p.
|Original Classification Number:||E744 .S613|
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