Since his arrival in the United States in 1917 as a foreign correspondent for the London Daily News, and for the past twenty years on the New York Times, this clever Englishman has been using his pen in an effort to make the world a better place in which to live. His Christ We Forget has long been a classic; his Greville Diary and William Pitt The Younger had excellent sales. Now he writes in entertaining fashion for ""those who want a roof over their heads"". Newtopia is the place one might live in, a practical Utopia not beyond the realm of possibility. Wit and ability are combined with the spirit of reform, and this book has great possibilities.