This wont set the world on fire and there isn't a new idea in it. But, in defense of the 17 million who voted against the...

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THE SEVENTEEN MILLION

This wont set the world on fire and there isn't a new idea in it. But, in defense of the 17 million who voted against the present regime, Mills marshalls the arguments for democracy, old style, and the bulwark of capitalism, which he calls by various other names. The old formula -- the old cliches -- but it is a well-rounded job of pulling loose threads together. The presentation of the weaknesses of the Wagner bill -- and the plea for leadership and a program are the best parts of the book.

Pub Date: July 27, 1937

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Macmillan

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1937