The Sources Of Military Delusion, and the Practicability of their Removal : An address before the Connecticut Peace Society. Laurens P. Hickok.
The Sources Of Military Delusion, and the Practicability of their Removal : An address before the Connecticut Peace Society ...

The Sources Of Military Delusion, and the Practicability of their Removal : An address before the Connecticut Peace Society ...

Hartford CT: Philemon Canfield, 1833.

First Edition; First Printing. Pamphlet. Very Good with no dust jacket. Item #13701

Modern wraps, light cover crease, underlining on title page, once folded in two with crease line remaining, otherwise light wear. Solid paperback pamphlet. ; "a peaceful attitude is altogether the safest, and that even declared non-resistance would never bring upon a nation evils as great as those which are inseparable from war ..." Report of the Peace Society is contained in the pages 33-40 of this pamphet. Rev. Hickok, a prominent Presbyterian theologian and philosopher at Union College, was then pastor of the church at Litchfield, Connecticut.; 40 pages.

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