In This Review

The World's Best Hope
The World's Best Hope
By Francis Biddle
University of Chicago Press, 1949, 175 pp

In this "discussion of the rôle of the United States in the modern world" the former Attorney-General makes a number of acute observations on the economic and political trends of our day. He puts his finger squarely on a number of the weak places in the democratic armor, but on the whole is sanguine about the future of freedom.