BEYOND VICTORY by Jerry Voorhis


Email this review


A book about ""building peace rather than making peace"", as the Congressman enumerates some of the injurious concepts and factors in the present world order which will militate against peace after the war. How we must be protected from false propaganda, overcome the fear of other nations, and the religion-of-the-state, how we must sacrifice the old idea of territorial possessions, obviate unemployment, provide relief and rehabilitation, remove unfair trade conditions, eliminate monopolies and cartels, stabilize money values, furnish domestic measures for security, and operate according to the conception of ""one world"". Valid outline of what to do -- but not how to do it. The market for books on post-war problems is still in the making.

Pub Date: April 27th, 1944
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart