MUST WE FIGHT IN ASIA? by Nathaniel Peffer

MUST WE FIGHT IN ASIA?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Perhaps it will get wide publicity, because it is a presentation of a fairly current point of view (without enough conviction back of the suggested solution to make it controversial). A direct reversal of the theory advanced by Norman Angell, by the way, for his solution, as presented in this book, is home production, home consumption, a withdrawal from the family of nations (if there is such a thing), even at a somewhat higher cost. The greater part of the book deals with the situation in the Far East, our responsibilities, and the inevitability of our becoming embroiled in the war which he feels is imminent.

Pub Date: April 3rd, 1935
Publisher: Harper