Advocate of Peace was the common name of a journal on peace and world affairs, as published by the American Peace Society in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Advocate of Peace began publishing in 1834 as "American Advocate of Peace", absorbing an earlier serial, "The Calumet", the next year. The name shortened to "Advocate of Peace" in 1837. Other name variants used over the years include "The Advocate of Peace and Universal Brotherhood" (1846), "American Advocate of Peace and Arbitration" (1889-1892), "American Advocate of Peace" again (1892-1893), and "Advocate of Peace Through Justice" (1920-1932, not always consistently named). In 1932, the journal was renamed "World Affairs", the name under which it is published today. (Issues under the "World Affairs" name are listed separately.) No issue copyright renewals were made for this journal under any of its names.
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