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in the broadest sense in the case of a European
conflict can be attained, and last summer's law
tends in that direction. Meanwhile, the country
is being fairly well educated, and I hope that
next January I can get an even stronger law,
leaving, however, some authority to the President.
I do not know that the United States
can save civilization but at least by our example
we can make people think and give them the op-
portunity of saving themselves. The trouble is 
that the people of Germany, Italy and Japan are 
not given the privilege of thinking.
As ever yours,
Honorable William E. Dodd,
American Embassy,
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