By G. D. H. Cole
The New Statesman and Nation, 1939, 56 pp.
As a Socialist Mr. Cole is not at all satisfied with Mr. Chamberlain's negative war aims. It is not enough, he holds, to be against Hitlerism; Britain must also be for a postwar reorganization of Europe and its colonies along federal and truly democratic lines. One of the prerequisites for this, he maintains, is the creation of a democratically-minded government in Britain.