The Future of East and West; An Essay in Surmise

Whyte, Frederick

Published by Sidgwick & Jackson, Ltd. (1932). London., 1932
Condition: Collectible-Very Good Hardcover
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Cloth. Illustrated dust wrapper; slight chipping to top of spine. This is one book in a series called "World Problems of To-day", written by several authors. From the dust wrapper: "The whole course of political events since the Great War and perhap s most of all the recent monetary crisis have compelled all thinking people to realise how closely the interests of this country are interwoven both politically and financially with those of other nations and especially of the other States of Europe ". "Herein lies a very real danger to the future of the country, for even those of our leaders who have the requisite knowledge to guide us aright in our dealings with foreign nations are powerless without the support of an instructed public opinion , and it is a matter of urgent national concern that such an instructed public opinion should be formed". Chapters are: The Unchanging East Awakes; India -- The Central Battleground; The Revolution in China; Japan -- The Janus of Asia; The Future -- Appeasement or Conflict?. Bookseller Inventory # 3050

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Title: The Future of East and West; An Essay in ...

Publisher: Sidgwick & Jackson, Ltd. (1932). London.

Publication Date: 1932

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Collectible-Very Good

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