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The Resource England seeks a way out, discussed by Mary Agnes Hamilton [and] William Z. Orton, January 9, 1932. New York luncheon discussion

England seeks a way out, discussed by Mary Agnes Hamilton [and] William Z. Orton, January 9, 1932. New York luncheon discussion

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England seeks a way out
Title
England seeks a way out
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discussed by Mary Agnes Hamilton [and] William Z. Orton, January 9, 1932. New York luncheon discussion
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eng
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1884-1966
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Hamilton, Mary Agnes
Index
no index present
LC call number
JX27
LC item number
.F7 No. 78
Literary form
non fiction
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1889-1952
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Orton, William Aylott
Series statement
Foreign Policy Association. Pamphlet
Series volume
no. 78
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  • Tariff
  • World War, 1914-1918
  • Great Britain
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England seeks a way out, discussed by Mary Agnes Hamilton [and] William Z. Orton, January 9, 1932. New York luncheon discussion
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Bibliography note
"Reading suggestions": p. 28
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23 cm.
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28 pages
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34000145
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Bound with: British policy in Egypt / discussed by Reginald Hoskins and Herbert Adams Gibbons, with remarks by Willoughby Dickinson, Bishara Nahas, Syud Hossain, Henry Morgenthau, Mufty-Zade K. Zia Bey, Marguerite Harrison. New York : Foreign Policy Association ; The conflict of policies in China / discussed by Ping Wen Kuo, Charles C. Batchelder, James G. McDonald. New York : Foreign Policy Association ; The Near East / by Elizabeth P. MacCallum. New York : Published by the Research Department of the Foreign Policy Association ; Italy under fascism / discussed by Gaetano Salvemini and Bruno Roselli. New York City : Foreign Policy Association ; Forward of backward in China? / discussed by Hu Shih, Grover Clark and Stanley K. Hornbeck. New York City : Foreign Policy Association ; Address by Dino Grandi. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; The European quandry / discussed by Frank H. Simonds, James G. McDonald. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; Manchuria / discussed by Roy H. Agaki, T.Z. Koo, Joseph P. Chamberlain. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; Is the peace machinery imperiled by the Far Eastern situation? / discussed by Herbert Adams Gibbons, Chester H. Rowell. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; Can we have national planning without a revolution? / discussed by Louis Fischer, George Soule, Edward A. Filene. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; Are sanctions necessary to international organization? / yes, Raymond Leslie Buell, no, John Dewey. New York, N.Y. : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; A new commercial policy for the United States / by Raymond Leslie Buell. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; America and the world crisis / William E. Borah. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; The Lytton report / discussed by George H. Blakeslee, Nathaniel Peffer. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; What causes war? / discussed by Norman Angell, Bruce Bliven. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; Foreign problems confronting the new administration / discussed by Raymond Leslie Buell, Walter Millis, Frank H. Simonds. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; American Patriotism and a world attitude / by Raymond Leslie Buell. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; Recommendations regarding the future of the Philippines by the Committee on the Philippines / sponsored by the Foreign Policy Association and the World Peace Foundation. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Boston : World Peace Foundation ; Recommendations of the Committee on Commercial Policy. New York : Published for the Committee on Commercial Policy by Foreign Policy Association, Boston : Published for the Committee on Commercial Policy by World Peace Foundation ; The population problem and world depression / Louis I. Dublin. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated, January 1936
Label
England seeks a way out, discussed by Mary Agnes Hamilton [and] William Z. Orton, January 9, 1932. New York luncheon discussion
Publication
Bibliography note
"Reading suggestions": p. 28
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
28 pages
Lccn
34000145
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
Bound with: British policy in Egypt / discussed by Reginald Hoskins and Herbert Adams Gibbons, with remarks by Willoughby Dickinson, Bishara Nahas, Syud Hossain, Henry Morgenthau, Mufty-Zade K. Zia Bey, Marguerite Harrison. New York : Foreign Policy Association ; The conflict of policies in China / discussed by Ping Wen Kuo, Charles C. Batchelder, James G. McDonald. New York : Foreign Policy Association ; The Near East / by Elizabeth P. MacCallum. New York : Published by the Research Department of the Foreign Policy Association ; Italy under fascism / discussed by Gaetano Salvemini and Bruno Roselli. New York City : Foreign Policy Association ; Forward of backward in China? / discussed by Hu Shih, Grover Clark and Stanley K. Hornbeck. New York City : Foreign Policy Association ; Address by Dino Grandi. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; The European quandry / discussed by Frank H. Simonds, James G. McDonald. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; Manchuria / discussed by Roy H. Agaki, T.Z. Koo, Joseph P. Chamberlain. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; Is the peace machinery imperiled by the Far Eastern situation? / discussed by Herbert Adams Gibbons, Chester H. Rowell. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; Can we have national planning without a revolution? / discussed by Louis Fischer, George Soule, Edward A. Filene. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; Are sanctions necessary to international organization? / yes, Raymond Leslie Buell, no, John Dewey. New York, N.Y. : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; A new commercial policy for the United States / by Raymond Leslie Buell. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; America and the world crisis / William E. Borah. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; The Lytton report / discussed by George H. Blakeslee, Nathaniel Peffer. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; What causes war? / discussed by Norman Angell, Bruce Bliven. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; Foreign problems confronting the new administration / discussed by Raymond Leslie Buell, Walter Millis, Frank H. Simonds. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; American Patriotism and a world attitude / by Raymond Leslie Buell. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated ; Recommendations regarding the future of the Philippines by the Committee on the Philippines / sponsored by the Foreign Policy Association and the World Peace Foundation. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Boston : World Peace Foundation ; Recommendations of the Committee on Commercial Policy. New York : Published for the Committee on Commercial Policy by Foreign Policy Association, Boston : Published for the Committee on Commercial Policy by World Peace Foundation ; The population problem and world depression / Louis I. Dublin. New York : Foreign Policy Association, Incorporated, January 1936

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