In This Review
Our Country, Our People, and Theirs

Our Country, Our People, and Theirs

By M. E. Tracy

Macmillan, 1938, 120 pp.

The editor of Current History has done a job that badly needed doing, and he has done it remarkably well. By employing a large format, parallel columns and various devices for making his facts and figures more graphic, he has succeeded in giving an arresting comparison of the ways in which the peoples of the United States, Russia, Germany and Italy live. It is of course possible to quarrel with some of Mr. Tracy's facts, interpretations and emphases; but his basic conclusions must command general assent.