Socrates, Jefferson and Lenin foregather to discuss the problems of the world they have left, and the result is stimulating and challenging, if not altogether convincingly in character. Socrates alone keeps his philosophic viewpoint clear; Lenin and Jefferson are sometimes confused, both in their own and the reader's mind. But on the whole, it is extremely well done, and helps start one's own mind along lines of clarifying theory and application. Might well have a plus sale value. Suggest it to any customer purchasing books on current political problems, or coming open ring for all parties.