In This Review

The Twenty-Year Revolution
The Twenty-Year Revolution
By Chesly Manly
Regnery, 1954, 272 pp

A correspondent for the Chicago Tribune reviews with evident disapproval developments in American domestic and foreign affairs since 1933. His disenchantment, however, is not limited to the past: at the last he gives up hope for the Republican Party and advocates the founding of a new--the American--party. Isolationism redivivus.