In This Review
The Individual, the State and World Government

The Individual, the State and World Government

By A. C. Ewing

Macmillan, 1947, 322 pp.

In this searching reëvaluation of the moral premises of contemporary society, a lecturer at Cambridge University proceeds from the rights of the individual, through the concept of the state (in particular, the democratic one) to the problem of international government and the prevention of war.