TITLE

For a Federated Europe

AUTHOR(S)
Guérard, Albert
PUB. DATE
September 1943
SOURCE
New Republic;9/6/43, Vol. 109 Issue 10, p330
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on effects of nationalism on Europe. Statement that the Europe wracked by Nationalism lies in ruin and it would be the acme of foolishness to rebuild the crazy edifice on the same lines, with minor improvements; Effect of the Nazi storm on Europe, which started as a nationalistic blast, has demonstrated, the essential evil of national selfishness; View that the Nazis have destroyed the physical power and the prestige of every nation, enemy or satellite; Fact that instead of calling a premature and chaotic peace conference, Europe should create a Constitutional Convention; Opinion that toryism in all its forms, in continental Europe, will be banded together against a people's peace, a peace not haggled over by diplomats with life, apart from the traditional governments.
ACCESSION #
14683847

 

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