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John Foster Fraser, 1868-1936

Round The World On A Wheel

Being the narrative of a bicycle ride ... through seventeen countries and across three continents (1899)

The remarkable adventure of three Englishmen cycling around the world in the earliest days of bicycle touring, using their single-speed 'safety' bicycles.

Round The World On A Wheel : being the narrative of a bicycle ride ... through seventeen countries and across three continents (1899) by John Foster Fraser, 1868-1936

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James Goldsmith

The Response (1995)

The Response (1995) by James Goldsmith

Foreword

 
The English version of my book The Trap was published in November 1994, a little over a year after it first appeared in French. The second chapter, 'The New Utopia: GATT and Global Free Trade', attracted considerable adverse comment, including a European Commission document handed for informat...

R N Gardner

The Hard Road to The New World Order (1974)

Published in CFR Magazine Foreign Affairs, April 1974

Foreign Affairs, April 1974 - The Hard Road to The New World Order (1974) by R N Gardner

The quest for a world structure that secures peace, advances human rights and provides the conditions for economic progress—for what is loosely called world order—has never seemed more frustrating but at the same time strangely ho...

Edmund A. Walsh, S. J.

Total Empire:Roots and Progress of World Communism (1951)

Total Empire:Roots and Progress of World Communism (1951) by Edmund A. Walsh, S. J.

The Regent of the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University analyzes world Communism, with considerable stress upon geopolitics. The book also contains some notes on the author's experiences in Russia.

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