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International Co-operation in Social and Economic Problems



    AT a time when confidence in the League of Nations is being sadly shaken, the progress of the International Labour Organization, as shown by the recently issued annual report, is a welcome reminder of the realities of international co-operation. The emphasis which the tragic events of the last few years has laid upon the necessity of social justice as a condition of peace, both internal and external, has brought the aims and the potentialities of the Organization into stronger relief.

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