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Wallace, Victor H. (Victor Hugo), b. 1893.
Paths to peace.
[Carlton, Victoria] Melbourne University Press; London, New York, Cambridge University Press 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Victor H Wallace
|Description:||xx, 397 pages 23 cm|
|Contents:||pt. 1. The causes of war: R.M. Crawford: Historical aspects of the problem of recurrent wars --
A.P. Elkin: War and the biological struggle for existence --
Frederick E. Emery: Economic conflicts in relation to war --
Geoffrey Sharp: The social structure and war --
P.H. Partridge: The conflict of ideologies --
Reginald S. Ellery: Frustration and aggression in relation to war --
O.A. Oeser: Culture patterns and social tensions --
W. MacMahon Ball: Nationalism as a cause of war --
Sir Samuel Wadham: Population and food production in relation to world peace --
W. Glanville Cook: Propaganda and war --
pt. 2. The prevention of war: M.L. Oliphant: The threat to civilization from atomic warfare --
W.G.K. Duncan: The balance of power and the preservation of peace --
James F. Cairns: Economic policy and the prevention of war --
V.H. Wallace: A world population policy as a factor in maintaining peace --
K.S. Cunningham: Universal education and the abolition of war --
Sir Frederic Eggleston: The United Nations as an instrument for preserving peace --
R.C. Johnson: The influence of religious teaching as a factor in maintaining peace --
Walter Murdoch: What can each citizen do individually to promote peace? --
Henry Usborne: World federal government as a means of maintaining peace --
Geoffrey Sawer: Conclusion.
|Responsibility:||With a foreword by Jawaharlal Nehru.|