In This Review

What Are We to Do?
What Are We to Do?
By John Strachey
Random House, 1938, 339 pp.

Mr. Strachey is probably the most lucid of present-day expounders of Marxism. In this book he criticizes the British and American labor movements for their failure to take full advantage of their opportunities to overthrow capitalist society. He favors putting up a fight instead of following the Fabian policy of hoping that capitalism will destroy itself in the course of time.