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Author:
Norman Angell
ISBN13:
978-1143862625
ISBN:
1143862627
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Nabu Press (February 4, 2010)
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Economics
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No book has attracted wider attention or has done more to stimulate thought in the present century than The Great Illusion . One of the most brilliant contributions to the literature of international relations which has appeared for a very long time. -Journal of the Institute of Bankers.

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Norman Angell's 1910 work The Great Illusion proved to be a major breakthrough in twentieth-century . In the sequel The Fruits of Victory, Angell expands his thesis to incorporate lessons learned from World War I.

Norman Angell's 1910 work The Great Illusion proved to be a major breakthrough in twentieth-century geopolitical thinking, although its central argument that global conflict was increasingly unlikely because of its mutually deleterious consequences was called into question by two world wars.

The fruits of victory. Addendum the argument of the great illusion. Chapter I the ‘Impossibility of war’ myth. Chapter II ‘Economic’ and ‘Moral’ motives in international affairs. Chapter III the great illusion argument. Chapter IV arguments now out of date. The Great Illusion A Study of the Relation of Military Power to National Advantage.

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