Books: Democracy's New Order

CONDITIONS OF PEACE—Edward Hallett Carr—Macmillan ($2.50).

This book is an exciting and penetrating look at the causes and probable consequences of World War II. As such, it takes its place beside James Burnham's The Managerial Revolution and Prof. Nicholas John Spykman's America's Strategy in World Politics. Less abstractly theoretical than Burnham's book, not as rigidly realistic as Spykman's, Conditions of Peace is the work of a new type of political mind —the Leninist of the Right—the conservative who has fortified his position in a revolutionary world by mastering the theory and tactics of the...

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