THE CENTURY OF THE COMMON MAN by Henry A. Wallace

THE CENTURY OF THE COMMON MAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Parts of this book have appeared, either in pamphlet or periodical form; but this single volume contains much that should form a permanent part of the progress towards the peace conference. For Wallace is proving himself more than a spokesman for the Administration; he is proving himself a statesman, an organizer, an idealist who can see beyond ideals to facts. These writings extend from 1941-1943, and contain his finest work. The titles of his speeches and papers are in themselves challenge to constructive thinking on a high plane.

Publisher: Reynal & Hitchcock