In This Review

The Crisis of Our Age
The Crisis of Our Age
By Pitirim A. Sorokin
Dutton, 1941, 338 pp.

Approaching the problem of our troubled age from the point of view of a sociologist, Professor Sorokin, of Harvard, believes that mankind is headed for a more enlightened and pacific era. His book will thus bring comfort to those who are unwilling to accept the pessimism of Mr. Chamberlin in his "The World's Iron Age."