The Press: Aye or Nay?

Every leader knows that to fight a war, whether for conquest or in self-defense, he must give the young men of his nation a cause so good and just that they are willing to be ripped apart by shrapnel, choked by gas, gored by bayonets without losing the will to fight.

German youth was long ago convinced that Nazi destiny is more important than death; French and British youth have found their cause in Hitler's aggressions. But last week as 1,250,000 U. S. students of military age assembled peaceably on the grounds of 1,500 colleges...

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