Men in Motion. By Henry J. Taylor. New York: Doubleday, Doran and Co., Inc. 1943. 308 pages. $3.00.
Reviewed by Richard S. West, Jr., Associate Professor, U. S. Naval Academy
In Men in Motion Henry J. Taylor, war correspondent for the North American Newspaper Alliance, produces a sort of giant-size radio commentator script. On the rather slight framework of a recent trip to Egypt and Turkey, which lends his book a certain amount of “war news” interest, the author heaps a whole attic full of miscellaneous ideas—snatches of his own childhood reminiscences and his family history, odd straws of general history and ethnology, and innumerable personal opinions on economics, diplomacy, war, and politics.