The Atlantic Bookshelf: A Guide to New Books About Business

POLITICAL conventions throughout the country will resound shortly with denunciations of fascism, communism, socialism, and all other ‘un-American’ isms. Now, in the lull before the general attack, is the time to consider specifically the charges leveled at our existing system by those who would change it. The two books reviewed immediately below, presenting the fascist and communist approach, are the antithesis of sensationalism. The broadsides they hurl at liberal capitalism must sooner or later find articulate response.