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Values for Survival
Values for Survival
By Lewis Mumford
Harcourt, 1946, 314 pp.

This is a collection of "essays, addresses and letters on politics and education," some of them dating from the prewar era. Mr. Mumford is critical of a great many things and makes it clear that we have only ourselves to thank for letting the world get into its present sorry state. He is particularly severe with his own kind -- the "liberals."