ALREADY many platitudes of the war period are fading rapidly into a past which, like all of the human past, is crowded with both seeming disappointments and seeming successes. To many who are to-day examining and commenting on this recent history, it seems almost incomprehensible that so much shallow thinking should ever have been current, that catch phrases with no foundation in truth should have stimulated such excesses of zeal, and that such masses of people should have been so readily and thoroughly mesmerized by the suggestions of terror.
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