Labor and This War
by Mark Starr - 1939
We cannot keep American labor out of the war of ideas. Free from the danger of physical invasion by geographic location we have the greater opportunity and responsibility to think clearly about the end of war by creating a new social order. Teachers and educators in the United States (itself a continental federation, cosmopolitan in the sources of its population), hold a strategic place in helping labor and indeed all groups in the community, to build a supra-racial and supra-national outlook based upon a conscious recognition of world-wide cultural and economic interdependence so that we may triumph over the present cosmic suicidal insanity of war.
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