England's Holy War

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England's Holy War

By Irene C. Willis
Knopf, 1928
399 pp.

Another first rate study in national psychology. The author traces the evolution of English liberalism from confirmed pacifism to the crusading spirit of the World War, and scathingly exposes the contradictions which she discovers. The evidence is taken primarily from the files of the leading liberal newspaper, the Daily News, and the story covers the period through the peace settlements.

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