In This Review

Woodrow Wilson and the Balance of Power
Woodrow Wilson and the Balance of Power
By Edward H. Buehrig
Indiana University Press, 1955, 325 pp

Dealing with the development of U. S. policies and attitudes in the transition from neutrality to involvement in the First World War, Mr. Buehrig has performed a useful service in depicting the rather tortured and confused process by which American leaders, and especially Woodrow Wilson, were forced from the relative security of the nineteenth century to the uncomfortable responsibilities of the twentieth.