In This Review

The Making of a State
The Making of a State
By Thomas Garrigue Masaryk
Stokes, 1927, 538 pp

The English translation of the memoirs of the great Czech leader. While reviewing his own remarkable career and outlining the stages in the evolution of the Czechoslovak state, Masaryk indulges in many digressions of a political-philosophical nature. For insight and perspective it is hardly equalled by any book dealing with the larger causes of the world conflict.