November 1953
New Republic;11/23/53, Vol. 129 Issue 17, p16
This article focuses on the book "Foundations of the World Republic," by Guiseppe Antonio Borgese. Much of Borgese's book is devoted to eloquent meditations on the nature of justice, the relation of justice to clemency, and the nature and the validity of the law of nature, to which the preamble of the projected world constitution appeals. Any thoughtful reader, no matter what his convictions on world government may be, will read them with appreciation. Other chapters are devoted to an analysis of the present state of the world and to the proof of the thesis that war in the present context of history is suicidal. No one will be inclined to argue with Borgese on this score.


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