During his long years of exile in the United States, the eminent Hungarian historian Oscar J'aszi often wrote on the international crises of the interwar period. Although he was especially concerned with developments in the Central European region from which he had come, his articles and manuscripts display an intense interest also in his adopted country and in the prospects for democracy and peace generally. This collection of his shorter works affords insight into the perspective of an intellectual in exile as well as into the events that engage his attention.
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