Who Speaks for Man?

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Who Speaks for Man?

By Norman Cousins
Macmillan, 1953
318 pp. $3.50

Writing out of personal experiences and travel since the war, the editor of the Saturday Review and president of the United World Federalists discusses the present international crisis and the escape therefrom. Fundamentally he finds the present crisis a result of the international system of national sovereignties, with no one nation or ideology exclusively responsible for the difficulties.

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