YESTERDAY IS DEAD by Stuart Cloete

YESTERDAY IS DEAD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A nimble mind and a ready pen combine to produce another book for the man in the street, analyzing this universal sickness that has struck the world. He sees fascism as the outgrowth of general revolution, Hitler a symptom; he presents his views of the Jewish question, of propaganda, of the democratic way. Facile, inconconclusive.

ISBN: 1432609092
Publisher: Smith & Durrell