In This Review

Woodrow Wilson and the Lost Peace
Woodrow Wilson and the Lost Peace
By Thomas A. Bailey
Macmillan, 1944, 381 pp.

Professor Bailey is one of the leading authorities on American diplomatic history, in which field he has written several important books. The present volume he has devoted to a scholarly reconstruction and critical analysis of our foreign policy from the outbreak of World War I through the peace negotiations. Partisans of particular causes or statesmen will doubtless quarrel with some of his interpretations, though they will usually find it difficult to refute his ample documentation.