In This Review

The New Politics: America and the End of the Postwar World
The New Politics: America and the End of the Postwar World
By Edmund Stillman and William Pfaff
Coward-McCann, 1961, 191 pp

The authors suggest that there is a time lag between our policies and attitudes and the changing realities in the world, evident especially in our failure to recognize the rapidly growing diversities of the international situation. They see the danger that the United States "may end up a gigantic historical irrelevancy, a state with nothing significant to say to the world."