TRAILS TO THE NEW AMERICA by John W. Herring

TRAILS TO THE NEW AMERICA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is an unusually interesting and novel approach to the problems everyone is considering today. A father, attempting to explain his viewpoint to a son realizes his own lack of clarity,and sets it down, informally, casually. There's a challenge on every page, he leaves himself wide open for argument, but it boils down to a sound layman's personal opinion on current conditions, political, social, economic, dealing with all sorts of things from taxes to trade problems, from questions of public ownership to cooperatives and public works. As author of Adult Education and Social Planning, his approach carries weight.

Pub Date: Jan. 25th, 1939
Publisher: Harper