The Fruits of Victory A Sequel to The Great Illusion
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The Fruits of Victory A Sequel to The Great Illusion

By Norman Angell
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Table of Contents
  • “THE   GREAT   ILLUSION” CONTROVERSY
  • THE FRUITS   OF   VICTORY
    • INTRODUCTION TO THE AMERICAN EDITION
      • SUMMARY OF ARGUMENT
    • SUMMARY OF ARGUMENT
    • CONTENTS
    • SYNOPSIS
      • CHAPTER I (pp. 3-60) OUR DAILY BREAD
      • CHAPTER II (pp. 61-80) THE OLD ECONOMY AND THE POST-WAR STATE
      • CHAPTER III (pp. 81-111) NATIONALITY, ECONOMICS, AND THE ASSERTION OF RIGHT
      • CHAPTER IV (pp. 112-141) MILITARY PREDOMINANCE—AND INSECURITY
      • CHAPTER V (pp. 142-168) PATRIOTISM AND POWER IN WAR AND PEACE: THE SOCIAL OUTCOME
      • CHAPTER VI (pp. 169-198) THE ALTERNATIVE RISKS OF STATUS AND CONTRACT
      • CHAPTER VII (pp. 199-251) THE SPIRITUAL ROOTS OF THE SETTLEMENT
    • CHAPTER I (pp. 3-60) OUR DAILY BREAD
    • CHAPTER II (pp. 61-80) THE OLD ECONOMY AND THE POST-WAR STATE
    • CHAPTER III (pp. 81-111) NATIONALITY, ECONOMICS, AND THE ASSERTION OF RIGHT
    • CHAPTER IV (pp. 112-141) MILITARY PREDOMINANCE—AND INSECURITY
    • CHAPTER V (pp. 142-168) PATRIOTISM AND POWER IN WAR AND PEACE: THE SOCIAL OUTCOME
    • CHAPTER VI (pp. 169-198) THE ALTERNATIVE RISKS OF STATUS AND CONTRACT
    • CHAPTER VII (pp. 199-251) THE SPIRITUAL ROOTS OF THE SETTLEMENT
    • CHAPTER I OUR DAILY BREAD
      • I The relation of certain economic facts to Britain’s independence and Social Peace
      • 2
      • 3 The ‘Prosperity’ of Paper Money
      • 4 The European disintegration: Britain’s concern.
      • 5 The Limits of Political Control
      • 6 The Ultimate Moral Factor
    • I The relation of certain economic facts to Britain’s independence and Social Peace
    • 2
    • 3 The ‘Prosperity’ of Paper Money
    • 4 The European disintegration: Britain’s concern.
    • 5 The Limits of Political Control
    • 6 The Ultimate Moral Factor
    • CHAPTER II THE OLD ECONOMY AND THE POST-WAR STATE
    • CHAPTER III NATIONALITY, ECONOMICS, AND THE ASSERTION OF RIGHT
      • The Balance of Power and Defence of Law and Nationality.
    • The Balance of Power and Defence of Law and Nationality.
    • CHAPTER IV MILITARY PREDOMINANCE—AND INSECURITY
    • CHAPTER V PATRIOTISM AND POWER IN WAR AND PEACE
    • CHAPTER VI THE ALTERNATIVE RISKS OF STATUS AND CONTRACT
      • From Balance to Community of Power
      • The Alternative Risks
    • From Balance to Community of Power
    • The Alternative Risks
    • CHAPTER VII THE SPIRITUAL ROOTS OF THE SETTLEMENT
      • The Paradox of the Peace
      • ‘An evil idealism and self-sacrificing hates.’
      • We create the temper that destroys us
      • Fundamental Falsehoods and their Outcome
    • The Paradox of the Peace
    • ‘An evil idealism and self-sacrificing hates.’
    • We create the temper that destroys us
    • Fundamental Falsehoods and their Outcome
    • ADDENDUM THE ARGUMENT OF THE GREAT ILLUSION
    • CHAPTER I THE ‘IMPOSSIBILITY OF WAR’ MYTH
    • CHAPTER II ‘ECONOMIC’ AND ‘MORAL’ MOTIVES IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
    • CHAPTER III THE GREAT ILLUSION ARGUMENT
    • CHAPTER IV ARGUMENTS NOW OUT OF DATE
    • CHAPTER V THE ARGUMENT AS AN ATTACK ON THE STATE
    • CHAPTER VI VINDICATION BY EVENTS
    • CHAPTER VII COULD THE WAR HAVE BEEN PREVENTED?
      • FOOTNOTES:
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