MAKING DEMOCRACY AND THE WORLD MUTUALLY SAFE

By: Glasgow, Arthur Graham

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44 pages; Contents clean and tight in original cream printed wrappers. "Why must democracy forever fear aggression, or Facism or Communism or Any-ism, when it might readily become presently impregnable and, therefore, ultimately universal -- if we so choose?" Arthur Graham Glasgow (1865-1955) was the brother the author Ellen Glasgow of Richmond, Virginia. He was a respected engineer and one of the founders of Humphreys and Glasgow, Ltd. an engineering and construction firm located in London. Recently, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts received about $100 million from the trusts established by Arthur Graham Glasgow andhis wife Margaret Branch Glasgow. OCLC: 9477977

Title: MAKING DEMOCRACY AND THE WORLD MUTUALLY SAFE

Author Name: Glasgow, Arthur Graham

Categories: European History, Philosophy and Religion, Americana and American History, Psychology and Sociology, Political Science,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Norfolk, VA, Printed for the Author: 1943

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Size: 12mo 7" - 7½" tall

Seller ID: 38753

Keywords: OCLC: 9477977 Democracy National Security World Peace World War II Humphreys and Glasgow, Ltd