"If the Americans don't think that an American declaration of war would have any immediate effect, they are more modest than we have always thought. Just let them try it and see what happens." ( Stoneman, Boston Transcript, November 8, 1940)
"Last week Sir Walter Layton of the British Ministry of Supply, back from a visit to the U. S., told his own people that American arms production will not get rolling at full speed until the spring of 1942. This estimate is backed up by the best business judgment in the U. S. and it is a sad truth for Britain." ( Life, Jan. 6, 1941)
To maintain the tradition of American freedom of thought and speech, a loyal opposition is needed. Through fear and intimidation, people everywhere are gradually yielding to the conditioning of the hate propaganda. But since the last 8-page report in August heartening words have come from hundreds, whose encouragement we gladly share. A few, in part, are here reproduced. Educators were quoted in September and November issues of "Private School News" to the number of some hundreds. They write telling how they value the Bulletins and use them in their classes, lectures and current events programs.
Writers --"Keep up the good work against the U. S. getting into war", Harvey O'Connor. "You have a way of saying things which