MAN WAS MEANT TO BE FREE by Harold E. Stassen

MAN WAS MEANT TO BE FREE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The President of the University of Pennsylvania, one time white hope of the Republican Party and still a possible potential in next year's national elections, in a collection of speeches and articles covering the last 10 years of his public life. These include the keynote address for the 1940 Republican convention; an address to an American Labor Party convention; articles from The Saturday Evening Post, one from The Reader's Digest, and one from The Ladies' Home Journal. There are, too, many radio broadcasts, especially in the months since the Truman-MacArthur Wake Island meeting which first revealed the growing controversy over U. S. Asiatic policy--and in which Stassen unequivocally takes MacArthur's side. Perhaps this is the first straw to test which way next year's political breezes will blow.

Publisher: Doubleday