Nineteen-fourteen: The Unspoken Assumptions  

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"The view of international society which Kurt Riezler implicitly accepts himself, after examining alternative conceptions, is stated by him as follows: “Eternal and absolute enmity is fundamentally inherent in relations between peoples; and the hostility .." --Nineteen-fourteen: The Unspoken Assumptions (1968) by James Joll, this passage is also featured in Europe Since 1870: An International History.

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Nineteen-fourteen: The Unspoken Assumptions (1968) is a book by James Joll.

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