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Fullerton, Wm. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. Fullerton  was an American journalist who lived in Paris. A well-traveled, sophisticated man, he was respected for his penetrating insights and graceful prose.
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Problems of Power, his finest work, argues that international law and Realpolitik lost their hold on the conduct of international relations around Contemporary affairs since then were determined by a fear of political weakness resulting from cultural and spiritual decline. Fullerton's argument that this fear was provoked by the global economy, and that it encouraged nationalism, protective economic measures and a fervent desire to repel foreign influences, remains relevant today.
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Restoring Civil Societies: The Psychology of Intervention and Engagement Following Crisis
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Related Books: 1. Author s Jonas, Kai. Bibliographic Information Restoring civil societies : the psychology of intervention and engagement following crisis edited by Kai J. Jonas and Thomas A. Library of Shonan University of Medical Sciences : hardback Description and Table of Contents Description Restoring Civil Societies examines the role of civic engagement as a form of prosocial behavior motivated by a commitment to higher-order norms. Civic engagement from bystander intervention to organizing collective activity is distinguished as a collective effort by which individuals re-institute the civil basis of society in the wake of a social rupture, whether from war, natural disaster, or other causes.
Restoring Civil Societies fills the gap between basic research on social issues and the translation into social policy or program interventions. Mark Cummings, Laura K. Taylor, and Christine E. Omoto, Mark Snyder, and Justin D. Dovidio, Samuel L. Gaertner, Ruth K. Ditlmann, and Tessa V.
Morton, Matthew J.