A Light for the People

To a nation which was shaking off its isolationism and turning its eyes toward the outer world, yet could see only dimly the path to the future, Wendell Willkie last week made a pregnant speech:

"It will be a new idea to many Americans that the United States may in the future need help from other nations. But we do need help if our ideas of personal liberty, of justice, of equality, of hope and growth and expansion, are to survive. We can keep America to ourselves, though I doubt if the America...

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