OUT OF THE PEOPLE by J.R. Prisatley
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OUT OF THE PEOPLE

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A short book, packed with dynamite. Priestley, through his radio program and his intimate contacts with the people who are fighting Britain's war at home, here presents a constructive analysis of what real democracy means, of crumbling facades today, of hope for the future, if the right background for thought and action can be built now. What are the barriers what the constructive forces -- what the steps that must be taken --what the goal to strive for. Exciting reading for everyone who realizes that revolution is here, that a new world is in our power to grasp it. Not a book of theory, but a program of action, of progressive thought. Faces facts as they are, as they may be -- and new trails. Don't miss it.

Pub Date: Sept. 17th, 1941
Publisher: Harper