The Peace We Fight For

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The Peace We Fight For

By Hiram Motherwell
Harper, 1943
281 pp. $3.00

An American journalist seeks to visualize the political, economic and social conditions which may be expected to prevail in Europe when the war ends. In general his prognosis commands respect, as, for example, his emphasis on the critical rôle of food. His suggestions for therapeutic measures will seem -- in some cases -- less realistic.

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