In This Review

The Price of Peace
The Price of Peace
By Frank H. Simonds and Brooks Emeny
Harper, 1935, 380 pp.

Sir William applies his philosophy to the problem of how to prevent war. His ideas are interesting, though hardly novel. Some of his proposals, notably in regard to an international security organization and the treatment of Germany, do not look in the direction indicated by the San Francisco Charter and the Potsdam Agreements, for Beveridge puts his hope in such devices as compulsory arbitration and a "soft peace" for the vanquished.