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.



2 comments:

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.