In This Review

Liberia in World Politics
Liberia in World Politics
By Nnamdi Azikiwe
Stockwell, 1935, 406 pp.

An important book, written by a Liberian who was for a time professor of political science in an American university. The author gives a sound, documented account of the history of Liberia, but devotes a major part of the book to the developments and problems of recent years, especially the coming of the rubber interests and the rise of the forced labor problem. There is a full discussion of Liberian nationalism and of Liberia's international position, especially her relations to the League.