ARTHUR E. MURPHY
University of Illinois
Truth, freedom, humanity, law: intellect ventures to take these words in its mouth once more--a nobler venture than to pour scorn and confusion on them. It is no longer ashamed of them, as it thought it had to be as long as they were taken for granted. Now, when they are in extremity, the mind becomes aware that they are its daily bread, the air it breathes, dear life itself; that they must be fought for lest they perish.
-- THOMAS MANN
New York 1943 THE MACMILLAN COMPANY