The Politics of World Federation: United Nations, UN reform, atomic control, Volumen 1

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 2004 - 696 páginas
This volume traces the influence of a generation of internationalists on policy, particularly on Winston Churchill's proposal of Anglo-French union of June 16, 1940, deliberations in the U.S. State Department on the shape of a postwar international security organization until October 1943, the Baruch plan for the international control of atomic energy in l946, and early efforts at UN reform.
 

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Introduction to Both Volumes
1
Precursors from Dante to Wilson
27
Clarence Streit Federal Union of Democracies
49
Winston Churchills Offer of AngloFrench Union
73
US State Department Planning for the United Nations Organization
95
World Federalists Response to the United Nations
105
A New Age Hiroshima and Nagasaki
125
The Atomic Scientists Movement
127
UN Reform as the Baruch Plan Failed
199
Formation of United World Federalists
215
The Truman Doctrine Containment
235
Conclusion to Volume 1
247
Abbreviations and Acronyms
249
Historic Federal Unions
253
Clauses in National Constitutions Limiting Sovereignty
255
Archives and Collections
267

Grenville Clark UN Reform
141
Henry Usborne The Peoples Convention
159
The Baruch Plan for the International Control of Atomic Energy
177

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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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