INTERNATIONAL: Those Who Looked at War

U. S. citizens in Europe last week did not live in the same world as U. S. citizens at home. They lived in a world of immediate death and destruction, in a world whose values were quite different from those the U. S. had accepted for two decades past. If their outcries under that emotional tension seemed extreme to stay-at-homes, they were not merely the outcries of a few Europeanized expatriates. For these were people who were kept in Europe by business, who had gone there on errands of mercy, who were there...

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