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Peace with the Dictators?

Peace with the Dictators?

By Norman Angell

Harper, 1938, 291 pp.

An attempt by the author of "The Great Illusion" to bring out the important issues in the world today through the device of an imaginary symposium between a German, an Italian, an Englishman and an American. After stating their respective points of view with his customary brilliance, Sir Norman presents his own arguments against totalitarian doctrines, against those among his compatriots who want to give in to the dictators, and against the pacifists. His conclusion is an impressive statement of the case for collective security and is the best part of the book.