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Prize Orations of the Intercollegiate Peace Association

by Intercollegiate Peace Association

Foreword / C. F. Thwing -- The Intercollegiate peace association / S. F. Weston -- The conflict of war and peace / Paul Smith -- The United States and universal peace / G. P. Wishard -- The evolution of world peace / L. T. Pennington -- The waste of war--the wealth of peace / A. F. Young -- The hope of peace / S. H. Howe -- The Roosevelt theory of war / P. V. Blanshard -- National honor and vital interests / Russell Weisman -- The evolution of patriotism / P. B. Blanshard -- Certain phases of the peace movement / Calvert Magruder -- The assurance of peace / V. M. Welsh -- Education for peace / F. J. Lyons -- National honor and peace / Louis Broido -- The new nationalism and the peace movement / R. D. Lucas -- Man's moral nature the hope of universal peace / Victor Morris -- The task of the twentieth century / Harold Husted -- The present status of international arbitration / Bryant Smith.

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