Alliance Pathology: Institutional Lessons of the 1930s
Alexander J. Groth and Richard G. Randall reevaluate the conventional meaning of "alliance" from the perspective of the Franco-British response to Nazi military incursion into the Rhineland in 1936. They suggest that alliances may occasionally become demagogic substitutes for national defense.
Pathological Dimensions of Domestic and International Ethnicity, Donald Rothchild and Alexander J. Groth
Britain and America: Some Requisites of Executive Leadership Compared, Alexander J. Groth
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