Angell's most famous work, The Great Illusion (1910), translated into
more than a score of languages, tried to establish the fallacy of the
idea that conquest and war brought a nation great economic advantage
and insured its living space and access to markets, trade, and raw materials.
The Great Illusion, 1933 (1933) explored the economic developments and
ideas of the 23 years since publication of the first edition. Angell's
literary output was great, producing sometimes more than one book a
year. He also invented the Money Game, a series of card games using
paper money to teach the fundamentals of currency and credit.
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