Subtitled ""The Interrelation of Domestic and International Programs"" -- a large order which might have been more impressive if it had been more concentrated. As an expert on all types of insurance -- as a liberal but-not a radical advocate of a program of cooperation, within and without the country, Pink writes best in analysing types of social insurance, hospitalization, health, life, industrial insurance -- and its place in modern society. He links internal security with world security, and analyses various postwar social plans, the Beveridge plan, etc. He sees a solution in a compromise between extension of individual forms of social insurance and government agencies. We feels we must formulate and state our basic aims for world security now. Reference value largely.