Common Cause

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Common Cause

By G. A. Borgese
Duell, 1943
448 pp. $3.50

The author was, before coming to America, one of the leading literary critics and poets of contemporary Italy. The "common cause" of which he writes is the partnership of the democratic-minded peoples of the western world, plus Russia. This he envisages as preliminary to that Utopian commonwealth where there will be no distinctions of birth, nationality, race or religion.

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