This survey of the history of conflict between democracies reveals an important finding: fully democratic nations have never made war on other democracies. Furthermore, historian Spencer R. Weart concludes in this book, they probably never will. Building his argument on some 40 case studies ranging through history from ancient Athens to Renaissance Italy to modern America, the author analyzes every instance in which democracies or regimes like democracies have confronted each other with military force.Furthermore, historian Spencer R. Weart concludes in this book, they probably never will.
|Title||:||Never at War|
|Author||:||Spencer R. Weart|
|Publisher||:||Yale University Press - 1998|