Propaganda towards disarmament in the war of words
Published for the World Rule of Law Center, Duke University by Oceana Publications, 1964 - Law - 305 pages
Scholarly analysis of legal aspects of propaganda, with suggestions for its use in averting war and promoting peace in international relations.
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