American Friends Service Committee.
Title The United States and the Soviet Union: Some Quaker Proposals for Peace. A Report Prepared for the American Friends Service Committee.
Publisher New Have: Yale University Press, 1949.
Seller ID 4684s
First Edition. Tall octavo, (hardcover), yellow cloth, 39 pp. Near-Fine, with light foxing to endpapers, in a Very Good+ dust jacket with edgewear. Contents: Foreword -- Why This Study?; Basic Considerations -- The Widespread Desire for Peace, Communism and the Western Democratic System Both Likely to Continue, Important Differences in Aims and Methods, The Possibility of Accomodation and Coexistence, The United States and the Soviet Union Fear Each Other, Security Unlikely to Be Achieved Through Armaments Competition, Armaments Competition Threatens the Democratic System, Some Restraits to Soviet or United States Aggression; Specific Recommendations -- Three Areas in Which, with Wise Statesmanship, Tension Can Be Relaxed, Economic Relations with the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, The Future of Germany, Strengthening the United Nations -- Some Necessary Measures of Support, Next Steps in the Reduction of Armaments, Approaches to More Adequate World Organization; Conclusion.