From Library Journal
"It seems probable that no white Westerner, no African or Asian could have summoned up sufficient objectivity to write it," said LJ's reviewer (LJ 1/15/56). Here, Wright (whose novel, Savage Holiday, is listed above) describes what transpired at the Asian African Bandung Conference of 1955, deducing that religion and race are what truly separates nations.
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Long unavailable until this reprint is a 1956 classic which arose from author Wright's participation in an Indonesian conference. Here Wright exhorts Western nations to destroy racial barriers and to work on an international level to create free democracies around the world, effectively eliminating the barrier posed by race. -- Midwest Book Review