Waiting for Monsieur Bergson: Nicholas Murray Butler, James T. Shotwell, and the French Sage

@article{Williams2012WaitingFM,
  title={Waiting for Monsieur Bergson: Nicholas Murray Butler, James T. Shotwell, and the French Sage},
  author={Andrew J. Williams},
  journal={Diplomacy \& Statecraft},
  year={2012},
  volume={23},
  pages={236 - 253}
}
This analysis follows upon an article that previously was published in Diplomacy and Statecraft (2010) on Norman Angell's relationship with French thinking and political life. These two papers suggest international historians should look much more widely for our sources of understanding the policy options of the Powers in the early twentieth century than the habitual diplomatic documents and the like. They also aim to explore how ideas become policies, seen through the eyes of particular key… 
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