Thinking Fighters and Fighting Thinkers
by M. S. - 1942
IN THE DESERVEDLY POPULAR MOVIE, Mrs. Miniver, the young son, fresh from Oxford and filled with polysyllabic about British class stratification, quickly becomes a man of action in love and war with the result that all classes are happily united. In many other places, with less skill and more force, the exhortation is made to "get on with the war" and let war aims take care of themselves. Such anti-intellectualism is, of course, suicidal.
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