The Atlantic Bookshelf: A Guide to New Books About Business

WITH reverberations from the recent proceedings of the Senate Committee on Investigation of the Munitions Industry still very much in evidence, it is peculiarly appropriate at this time to re-assess the position of the United States in a world that has all but lost faith in the ‘collective system’ for security. In the review immediately following, an historian who has done much to provide a new interpretation of why this country entered the World War presents his comments upon a book which advocates a return to the frank and aggressive nationalism of pre-war days.