ROAD TO PEACE AND FREEDOM by Irving Brant

ROAD TO PEACE AND FREEDOM

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The decline of economic stability under capitalism and the conclusive destructiveness of war are the two main factors that will emerge in the post-war world. A sound liberal appraisal of the elements in the American psychology, -- the time lag, the trend towards extreme schisms, the seamy side of our State Department -- personnel and policy; the distrust engendered by the North African policies, the attitude toward some of the neutrals and minorities, the fallacy of any view of post-war a military power program. He sketches -- rather vaguely to be sure --a blueprint of peace program. Little new.

Pub Date: Nov. 15th, 1943
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill