Two Worlds

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Two Worlds

By William B. Ziff
Harper, 1946
335 pp. $3.00

In this "realistic approach to the problem of keeping the peace" Mr. Ziff lets his imagination run riot. Since he is sure that Russia is bent on world conquest, and since by his definition the United Nations are incapable of preserving peace, our salvation (he holds) lies in organizing the western hemisphere, Britain and her Dominions, and the East Indies into a bloc, with China, India and western Europe serving as buffer states against Soviet expansion. Among other things he suggests the advisability of putting Perón out of business forthwith by an aërial attack on Buenos Aires.

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