William T. R. Fox (essay date 1950)
SOURCE: Review of War or Peace, in American Political Science Review, Vol. XLIV, No. 3, September, 1950, pp. 751-53.
[In the following review, Fox summarizes the argument of Dulles's War or Peace, calling it "a sensible book which ought to be widely read."]
There is still a group which believes that peace is inevitable and security assured if we do the one right thing; that otherwise all is lost. What this one right thing is—create a world federation or an Atlantic Union, support the United Nations more fervently, or swear off power politics—the dwindling group is not agreed upon. Mr. Dulles makes short shrift of it (p. 204).
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