In This Review

Must We Go to War?
Must We Go to War?
By Kirby Page
Farrar, 1937, 278 pp.

An advocate of pacifism and Christian socialism finds much fault with most of current American attitudes toward international affairs. His primary wish is that the United States keep out of war, but the means he suggests, such as a greater effort to meet Germany's and Italy's economic demands, sometimes appear self-contradictory. This book is another instance of the present disorientation of American liberal thought.