This book is only a preliminary study of the question of democratic control, which is now being eagerly discussed in all parts of the country. The aim of the publication of this volume is to lead those in authority, who can exercise far more influence than the author of this book, to give this problem the serious consideration to which it is entitled.
Preface 1. The problem 2. Some opinions 3. Desirability of democratic control 4. Practicability of democratic control 5. The present system 6. The foreign service 7. Parliamentary reforms 8. A Foreign affairs Committee Chapter 9. Treaty Obligations Chapter 10. The responsibility of Democracy Summary. Appendix. Index
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