BUILDING FOR PEACE AT HOME AND ABROAD by Maxwell S. Stewart

BUILDING FOR PEACE AT HOME AND ABROAD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Summary and clarification of the programs drawn up by experts for (1) the provision of jobs for all who want work; (2) the prevention of World War III. The mistakes of 1918; what we can expect tomorrow in Europe, -- famine, shifting populations, lack of administration. He condemns the liquidation of the National Resources Planning Board; he outlines our responsibilities for the post-war world, here and abroad. He indicates an extensive program -- but cheaper than another war. World reconstruction can come only when a basis of common economic interest is established. Along lines of Stuar Chase.

Pub Date: Nov. 23rd, 1943
Publisher: Harper