Published in 1926: This book has been written as a tribute to a great Englishman and with the hope that it may throw light upon some of the difficult problems which to-day confront British statesmanship in the domain of freignrelations and policy.
1. The Man 2. The Times 3. Cobden as Controversialist 4. The Limits of Intervention 5. The Case Against War 6. Peace and Arbitration 7. The Burden of Armaments 8. International Sea Law 9. Colonization and Empire 10. The Eastern Question 11. The Friend of America 12. The Mechanism of Foreign Policy 13. Cobden and Our Day - 1. His Doctrine Justified 14. Cobden and Our Day Day - 2. Europe or the Empire - Which?
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