The modern peace problem, like its predecessors, is international; but, unlike them, it is idealistically positive in nature; that is, it aims at maintaining a world equilibrium on the basis of an international code of ethics, which is ultimately to bring sanity into international conduct and thus eliminate war. To encourage this idea among men, many institutions have been formed and are operative.

Woodrow Wilson Foundation. Last week, it distributed its first annual prize of $25,000 "for meritorious service of a public character tending to the...

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