Why Men Fight (book)
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Why Men Fight (Why Men Fight: a method of abolishing the international duel) is a 1916 book by mathematician and philosopher Bertrand Russell. Printed in 1917 in response to the devastations of WWI in New York by The Century Co.
The book is available in Wikisource. It is composed of eight chapters.
- The Principles of Growth
- The State
- War as an Institution.
- Marriage and the population question
- Religion and Churches
- What we can do
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