Remember her I Discover the English? -- Well, here she does a bit of ""discovering"" this side the Atlantic. An intelligent...

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A FOREIGNER LOOKS AT THE T.V.A.

Remember her I Discover the English? -- Well, here she does a bit of ""discovering"" this side the Atlantic. An intelligent traveller, whose wanderings in foreign countries have intensified her love of liberty, sees in the T. V. A. a blueprint for a future society or a preparation to make the transition to another kind of government less revolutionary. She distills her knowledge of its set-up -- workings, aims and influence in a most readable and understandable fashion. She deals with the Water Control Power, Industries, Agriculture, Forestry, Social Developments, and shows how, to her, the T. V. A. is laying down the possibility of a middle road between probable Dictatorship and Communism. She's quick -- she's feminine -- but she can be serious and wholly sincere.

Pub Date: March 15, 1937

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Longmans, Green

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1937