Letters, Jun. 10, 1946

Ideals Must Become Deeds

Sirs:

. . . During the war I helped bomb the people of Europe. We left cities in flame and people torn and dead. That was war. But what of the children in those cities, and what of the men in the planes which went down? Do I not owe them something? Does not every human being stand condemned for their death ?

But what can I do? Is it enough to give to famine relief and support the U.N. and hope for a better world? I don't think it is. Ceaseless...

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