Hoover's Seven Forces

Herbert Hoover signed a manifesto in August 1941, which said: "Freedom in America does not depend on the outcome of struggles for material power between other nations."

Said Herbert Hoover fortnight ago: "The American people must begin to think of the problems of peace. And it must think in a far larger frame than ever before." In a thoughtful, 295-page book, The Problems of Lasting Peace (Doubleday Doran; $2), Hoover and veteran Diplomat Hugh Gibson provide a sense-making frame to help clarify post-war thinking.

The authors demand victory without compromise, a lasting peace...

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