Coexistence Doesn't Mean a Fond Embrace

October 1955
Saturday Evening Post;10/29/1955, Vol. 228 Issue 18, p10
Reflects on the Settlement House Theory of International Relations, a coexistence initiative of the U.S. government which aims to promote peace between Eastern and Western countries. Disadvantages posed by the initiative's theory of equating international diplomacy with neighborhood settlement; Factors that contribute to the rise of international conflict; Suggested actions to be taken by the government to promote coexistence.


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