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The book begins by setting the stage for what follows (Page 1): ". . .theorizing on international relations. . .is of fairly recent origin, has attracted relatively few scholars, and--in terms of achievement--is still in a rather undeveloped stage." This book is valuable because of its assessment of theory about international affairs and systems as of the late 1950s and very early 1960s, as new approaches to the field were developing. The essays in this volume represent the "state of the art" at...more