Tuesday, October 4, 2011

'Nuff said

(Taking context-optional note of thought-provoking quotes)

'Clark died after proposing limits to national sovereignty.'

-- One of very few sentences in a terse WikiPedia entry on Grenville Clark (1882-1967), co-author with Louis Sohn of World Peace Through World Law, a 1958 book that argued for far-reaching reform of the United Nations Organization. One suspects the unknown WikiAuthor did not fathom the potential depths of the quoted statement.


Kissing the carpet said...

Are you sure that his book isn't called "World Peace Through World Law" - A title with an opposite meaning to the one suggested here

Diane Marie Amann said...

Thanks so much -- what a strange typo that was. I amended the principal post to include the proper title of the book.