THE PEOPLE'S PEACE by Representatives of the United Nations

THE PEOPLE'S PEACE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A symposium in which representatives speak for the countries:- sixteen nations are represented, some general aims are outlined. Occasionally one gets the feeling of turning the clock back; some speakers are given to slick generalizations; but the impression as a whole is of acceptance of the imperative necessity of establishing a working machinery during the war of working towards a world where democracy will be secured, of coordinated planning for common good, of common access to essentials, of freedom from exploitation. The four final statements stem from the U.S.A. Useful.

Pub Date: March 22nd, 1943
Publisher: George Stewart