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Is War Diminishing?

by Frederick Adams Woods

It argues that despite the many technological advancements of the modern world, war is not diminishing, but is instead becoming more frequent and more destructive. Woods examines the causes of war and the ways in which modern societies have attempted to prevent or mitigate its effects. He also offers suggestions for how society might move towards a more peaceful future. The book is considered a classic work in the field of peace studies and remains relevant today for its insightful analysis of the causes and consequences of war."Is War Diminishing?" is a non-fiction book written by Frederick Adams Woods, an American author and professor.

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