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The Final Choice

The Final Choice

By Stephen and Joan Raushenbush

Day, 1937, 331 pp.

This is one of the better expositions of the problem of peace and war to come from liberals. The authors had a part in preparing the Senate munitions investigation and are therefore well informed. They make it quite plain that no war -- even one on behalf of democracy -- can be fought by the United States save at the cost of placing the country under a military dictatorship that might be very difficult to get rid of after the war was over. On the other hand, their alternatives do not always recommend themselves as realistic.