International Dissent: Six Steps Toward World Peace
This 1971 book by an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States details six propositions to prevent war: an end to military alliances; all colonies should be made free and all protectorates abolished; the recognition of China and its admission to the United Nations; an international regulatory body must be established to control the use of the ocean floor; developing nations must be helped to enter the technological world ; "Rules of Law" governing international situations must be agreed upon through sessions of the United Nations.
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United States History
Douglas, William O., "International Dissent: Six Steps Toward World Peace" (1971). American History. 6.