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“When we start out to kill enemies abroad on a gigantic scale, we are not likely to hesitate to gag those at home who seem directly or indirectly to sympathize with the foe.”
“The world criticized her for remaining neutral, and yet one wonders how many countries would have staked their national future as Roumania did when she entered the war.”