AMERICA AND TOTAL WAR by Fletcher Pratt

AMERICA AND TOTAL WAR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not a book for the non-military or non-naval minded, but for those with that background, an impressive, well-grounded analysis of many factors at stake. His prime postulate is that ""talk of an alternative to hostility is discussion in a vacuum"". He analyzes totalitarianism's military threat America's outmoded military machines, he discusses the economic threat, control of raw materials, including those of Latin America. And he demonstrates that their system is based on aggression, exists by making war feed war.

Pub Date: Feb. 24th, 1941
Publisher: Smith & Durrell