WINDOWS ON THE WORLD by Kenneth Miller Gould
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WINDOWS ON THE WORLD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

With all up-to-date schools current-events-conscious, this book should fill a real need. It is a quite extraordinary cross section of world history in the past decade, -- economic, social, political aspects all in balance. One cannot say that the author in any sense forces his personal opinion on his readers, but the approach is a broadly social one, and the thoughtful reader should find it an opening wedge to a liberal understanding of world events in the light of basic principles. A book for parents and teachers as well.

Pub Date: Oct. 3rd, 1938
Publisher: Stackpole