WHICH KIND OF REVOLUTION? by W.D. Herridge

WHICH KIND OF REVOLUTION?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A Canadian -- founder of a movement called the New Democracy -- here gives his answer to the way to avoid the bloody revolution which an attempt to return the post-war world to the status of the pre-war world would engender. His main theme is ""total use of all resources"" and action now in declaring that such will be the basis of post-war program of Democracy. If only he had more sharply defined his ""total use"" his book would be a better weapon. As it is, one cannot help but feel it is wishful thinking, suggesting as it does that citizens of the middle class unite to insist on leadership towards an economic base for reconstruction of a free world, with cooperation between communism and democracy, and an English speaking Partnership (not Union).

Pub Date: Oct. 11th, 1943
Publisher: Little, Brown