A plea for a moderate way of action to fight the present political and economic ills which are leading to permanent disaster. The author does not feel his country's (Sweden) ""Middle Way"" is foolproof, but it presents the basis of his argument for combined cooperation between labor and business, for the preservation of the ideals of liberty and equality, for the safeguarding of the individual's rights. His solution: all forces of production must unite and coordinate. Really little more than an outline for a constructive plan of action which skips over the factors which might baulk such a plan in the United States. Well intentioned, if on the glib side.