Because I Am a German

Because I Am a German

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Because I Am a German

Because I Am a German

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A writer who publicly takes part against his own country when it is engaged in a fierce struggle against hostile Powers does so at a terrible risk, a risk of more than life. The prosperity, nay, the very endurance, of any organised community depends on the loyalty of its members to the common ideals and the common good of the society as a whole. The more gravely these ideals and interests seem to be imperilled, the deeper and more dangerous becomes the responsibility of those who in any way seem to make common cause with the foe. It is not only natural and inevitable, it is also just and right, that they should be held sternly to account, and that the sincerity and purity of their motives should be probed to the utter-

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