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UN: TODAY AND TOMORROW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mrs. Roosevelt and a trained journalist have collaborated to present the story of a world organization with a vast accomplishment to its credit. Without minimizing the U.N.'s failures, the authors feel that the concern with human rights has been the main trend- with a turning recently to economic, social and cultural directions rather than political. The organization's units are described- with emphasis on the specialized agencies and their achievements, and a question and answer chapter and appendixed text of the charter enhance the value of this as a handbook to challenge our ignorance of an already vital force in the world.

Pub Date: Oct. 14th, 1953
Publisher: Harper