In This Review

Citizens of the World
Citizens of the World
By Stringfellow Barr
Doubleday, 1952, 285 pp

Mr. Barr makes the valid point that the majority of the human race are neither Russians nor Americans, live in poverty, need our enlightened assistance, and have mixed feelings about the cold war. But by taking, and exaggerating, some of the more erratic characteristics of the American scene as his point of departure for a sharp criticism of recent American foreign policy, he becomes involved in mock battles which do not adequately display the difficult alternatives confronting our policy makers.