The Way out of War

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The Way out of War

By César Saerchinger
Macmillan, 1940
125 pp. $60.00

Mr. Saerchinger, for many years an American newspaper correspondent and radio commentator in Europe, traces the causes of war to nationalism, industrialism and imperialism. The United States, he holds, can best serve humanity by staying out of this war in order to be able to take the lead in making a durable peace.

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