In Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s address to the White House Correspondents’ Association on March 15, 1941, he said, “Nazi forces are not seeking mere modifications in colonial maps or in minor European boundaries. They openly seek the destruction of all elective systems of government on every continent—including our own. . . . These men and their hypnotized followers call this a new order. It is not new. It is not order. . . . Humanity will never permanently accept a system imposed by conquest and based on slavery.” Nine months later, following the Pearl Harbor attack, he told the public: “Hostilities exist. There is no blinking at the fact that our people, our territory, and our interests are in grave danger.” Hostilities exist. It was true then, and it is true everywhere, in all times, the sort of eternal verity that Rudyard Kipling...

 

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