The Politics of World Federation: From world federalism to global governance

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 2004 - 696 страница
This study recounts the history and practical politics of creating a world in which the rule of law maintains the peace in the same way as in well-organized free national states. The coming of the Cold War by 1947 is the principal explanation for the immediate failure of the world federalists. The historic opportunity for so fundamental an innovation in international relations as the establishment of even a limited world federation had passed, but for the next few years there was a vigorous and deep political thinking about the continued prospect of war. Work toward this goal continued, and eventually the United World Federalists built up enough of a popular movement to pass resolutions favoring U.S. participation in twenty-two states.

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Introduction to Volume 2
299
Vol
369
What about Russia?
437
World Federalism in the States
445
Climax of U S House and Senate Hearings
461
The Korean War and the Decline of the Federalist Movement
485
World Federalists in the Cold War
505
Preface ix
527
Appendix F World Federalist Declarations
539
Appendix G State Resolutions
557
Appendix H U S Congressional Resolutions
563
Federalist Journals
587
Appendix J Annotated Bibliography
597
Conclusion to Volume 1 247
661
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JOSEPH PRESTON BARATTA teaches history and international relations at Worcester State College. His publications include The United Nations System: Meeting the World Constitutional Crisis.

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