In This Review

In Place of Fear
In Place of Fear
By Aneurin Bevan
Simon and Schuster, 1952, 213 pp

The importance of this book, which is not without substance as a political credo though it often seems neither fair nor reasonable, lies in the fact that it does present the outlook and prejudices--notably the anti-American animus--of an extremely able and forceful politician who could well become the dominant figure in the British Labor Party.