AND SO TO WAR by Hubert Herring

AND SO TO WAR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A lucid, sound primer attacking today's foreign policy, led by Roosevelt, and Hull, which is heading as directly to war as the Wilsonian policy of 1917. A resume of the theory behind it, the parallel with 1917, the only means of escaping war -- neutrality, but complete neutrality in fact as in name -- the tie-up between U. S. and British interests, the powers of the President and the need for congress to limit them. A strong case and well-documented by acts and words drawn mostly from relations with Japan. Goes hand in hand with the Borchard and Lage Neutrality for the U. S.

Publisher: Yale