After Fatalism: The Peace-or-War Debate
This chapter sets out the principal ideologies of peace and war in more detail than was feasible in Chapter 1, and then draws attention to the structural factors which help explain why they have produced such a distinctively peace-oriented debate in Britain. It begins by discussing five principal peace-or-war ideologies: militarism, crusading, defencism, pacificism, and pacifism. It then considers the factors causing the various different forms taken by the peace-or-war-debate at different times and places.
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