TITLE

The Future of Pacifism

AUTHOR(S)
Dewey, John
PUB. DATE
July 1917
SOURCE
New Republic;7/28/17, Vol. 11 Issue 143, p358
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the future of pacifism. Impatience on the activities of many professed and professional pacifists; Profound American desire for peace; Dependence of the entrance of the United States into the war upon the action of Germany; Indictment of professional pacifism for futile gesturing; End of intelligent pacifism; Investment of potentialities of pacifists; International diplomacy at home; Cultural side of the principle of nationality.
ACCESSION #
15065907

 

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