Aleberg, experienced reporter on foreign affairs from 1914 up to the present, offers his contribution to the torrent of predictions on the future of Peace. This new world organization he feels will be even less effective in preventing war than the old League, and he takes it pretty much to pieces in his process of dissection. Advancing fairly convincing arguments to support his contentions, he argues for a world organization that will be democratic in make-up, responsive to the public will, endowed with power to enforce general disarmament, punish aggression, and be otherwise implemented for efficient operation. He raises issues which are vital, controversial and provocative in the world today. Whether we agree with his conclusions or not, his points are full documented, his conclusions firm and palpable. The issues he raises are ones we must face. He speaks from a background of rich and varied experience, -- editorial writer in the field of foreign politics, foreign correspondent, pamphleteer on subjects connected with political persecution and minorities, National Director of the Federal Writers' Project, and lecturer on foreign affairs.