A new sort of geography, motivated by the opportunity to see the country from a new viewpoint through air travel. More than 100 photographs, and a text which reads a bit school texty, as the young travelers by air cover the country, from West Coast to Eastern Seaboard. They get, undoubtedly, a sense of changing ways of life, of reasons back of it, of industrial and agricultural growth and the whys and where-fores. But it is a relative matter, and this book, taken alone, throws the emphasis oddly. A book which should be used in conjunction with other books, not as a unit.