In This Review

The United States in World Affairs, 1932
The United States in World Affairs, 1932
By Walter Lippmann with the Assistance of the Research Staff of
Harper, 1933, 355 pp.

This is the second volume of a most important and interesting series. It covers concisely yet with vision, promptly yet accurately and with sufficient statistical background, the current international relations of the United States, especially as they have been affected during 1932 by the deepening economic crisis, the war debts and reparations, currency and exchange problems, trade barriers, disarmament, and events in Latin America and the Far East. Mr. Lippmann, whose enlightened comments on current problems need no fresh eulogy, has been assisted by William O. Scroggs and Charles Merz. There is much valuable material in the appendix.