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New York: World Law Fund, 1968. First Edition [stated]. Third Printing.[printing]. Trade paperback. xx, , 394 pages. Wraps, Volume 1 only of a 4-vol. set ONLY. Footnotes. Notes and Questions. Foreword by Harold D. Lasswell. Richard Anderson Falk (born November 13, 1930) is an American professor emeritus of international law at Princeton University. He is the author or co-author of 20 books and the editor or co-editor of another 20 volumes. In 2008, the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) appointed Falk to a six-year term as a United Nations Special Rapporteur on "the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967."
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1962. First Printing. Hardcover. viii, 367,  pages. Maps. Footnotes. Supplementary Notes. Main Sources. Index. Cover has some wear and soiling. Herbert Feis (June 7, 1893 – March 2, 1972) was an American Historian and economist. He was the Economic Advisor for International Affairs to the U.S. Department of State in the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations. Feis wrote at least 13 published books and won the annual Pulitzer Prize for History in 1961 for one of them, Between War and Peace: The Potsdam Conference. It features the Potsdam Conference and the origins of the Cold War. The Herbert Feis Award is awarded annually since 1984 by the American Historical Association, the preeminent professional society of historians, to recognize the recent work of public historians or independent scholars.
Washington DC: Friends Meeting of Washington of the Religious Society of Friends, 1977. Second reprinting, with Further Minor Corrections and Additions in Part II. Wraps, Staplebound. Format is approximately 6 inches by 9 inches. 40 pages. Illustrated front cover and title page. Cover has some wear, soiling and discoloration. Chapters cover Faith and Practice, as well as Organization and Procedures. Also includes information on Nature and Purpose of the Discipline; Quaker Origins: George Fox and the Period of Religious Openings; The Period of Readjustment; Form and Conduct of the Meeting of the Meeting for Worship; The Testimonies; The Queries; Condition of Membership; Transfers; New Members, Committee of Welcome; Separation by Disownment; The Meeting for Business; Officers and Committees; Duties of Officers; Duties of Standing Committees; and Marriages; Deaths, Funerals, and Memorial Meetings. This was originally published in 1938 and reprinted with minor corrections in 1950.
London, England: Hodder & Stoughton, 1952. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Hardcover. 318 pages. Footnotes. DJ has wear, soiling, tears, scuffs and chips. Includes Introduction, Epilogue: The Two Cities; and Index. Also contains chapters on An Age of Revolution; Substitutes for Christianity, King Mammon; King Demos; The God-State; Communism: Its Nature; Communism: Its Methods; Communism: Its Attack on Christianity; The Answer of the Church: The Gospel; The Church and Work; The Church and Peace; Epilogue: The Two Cities; and Index. Inscribed by the author to The Bishop of Durham [Michael Ramsey?], with gratitude and affection, on March 3, 1952. Garbett, as Bishop of York, officiated at the ceremony at which Ramsey became the Bishop of Durham. Cyril Forster Garbett GCVO (6 February 1875 – 31 December 1955) was an Anglican bishop and author. He was successively the Bishop of Southwark, the Bishop of Winchester and the Archbishop of York from 1942 to 1955. Garbett sat in the House of Lords for many years as a Lord Spiritual and, as an erastian, he took his duties very seriously. In a notable statement made to the House of Lords in 1942, Garbett denounced Nazi Germany's extermination of Polish Jews, calling it "the deliberate and cold-blooded massacre of a nation."