Germany vs. Civilization

Germany vs. Civilization

Germany vs. Civilization

Germany vs. Civilization

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O, well for him whose will is strong.
He suffers, but he will not suffer long;
He suffers, but he cannot suffer wrong.

TENNYSON.

For the second time since the Atrocious War began, the President of the United States calls upon us Americans to observe a day of Thanksgiving, on which we shall express gratitude for the manifold blessings Providence has showered upon us.

Our harvests have surpassed all bounds. Our industries, under the unhealthy stimulus of war, have raised the wages of millions of laborers. Like the Pharisee we can thank God that we are not like our neighbors: they are at war, we are at peace.

A year ago, President Wilson bade us hold a similar Thanksgiving; and those who have the . . .

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