The Press: Objection

Last week The New Yorker ably stated its case against the dictators:

" 'Save the surface and you save all,' a group of varnish-makers used to advertise, and may still for all we know. 'Make peace and save the world,' Colonel Lindbergh told the Senate committee. Save the shell of the city and automatically you save its core and spirit; save the bodies of men and women and it follows that their hearts are safe and free. There may be something to be said for the Colonel's point of view. A tie with the dictators would undoubtedly be rather one-sided, but life...

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