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Stakes of Diplomacy



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The Stakes of Diplomacy by Walter Lippman
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Lippman, a Pulitzer Prize winning political columnist, helped found the liberal "New Republic" magazine. His writings there influenced Woodrow Wilson, who selected Lippman to help formulate his famous Fourteen Points and develop the concept of the League of Nations. The contents of this book include: A Discovery for Democrats; The Uses of a King; Foreigners and Frontiers; The Line of Least Resistance; Patriotism in the Rough; Patriotism, Business and Diplomacy; Arenas of Friction; A Little Realpolitik; A Proposal; Algeciras: a Landmark; The Core of Imperialism; The Reaction at Home; The Future of Patriotism; A Broader Base for Diplomacy; Public Opinion in Foreign Affairs; and The Strategy of Peace. Also see other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
Release date NZ
April 1st, 2005
Country of Publication
United States
Kessinger Publishing Co
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