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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924.
Woodrow Wilson's case for the League of Nations.
Princeton, Princeton University Press; [etc., etc.] 1923
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Woodrow Wilson; Hamilton Foley
|Notes:||"A compilation of President Wilson's official and detailed explanation of the League of Nations covenant and of the Treaty of Versailles, made to the Foreign Relations Committee of the Senate, and to the people of the United States, when the treaty was before the Senate in 1919"--Foreword (p. ).
Port. of President Woodrow Wilson serves as frontispiece.
"The covenant of the League of Nations": p. 250-269.
|Description:|| , 271 p. : port., facsim. ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||The World War --
The treaty of Versailles --
The League of Nations --
America and world problems --
Appendix A. The address opening the discussion as to a League of Nations --
Appendix B. The address explaining the covenant --
Appendix C. President Wilson's advisers --
Appendix D. The cablegram from Taft and Root --
Appendix E. Interpretation of Article X --
Appendix F. The covenant of the League.
|Other Titles:||Case for the League of Nations|
|Responsibility:||compiled with his approval by Hamilton Foley.|