Signs of the Times

[The Congregationalist and Advance]

When we push inquiry back of the results of war to the conditions which made war possible, we find that the world is suffering most from the absence of good will. Had there been no ambition of conquest, no coveting of the trade or territory of a neighbor, no suspicion of motives, no heaping up of arms and drilling of troops in millions, there would have been no war. The system of defense by an armed population and systematic education in blind and selfish patriotism invented by Prussia involved a like necessity of preparation in all the other nations. The war which Prussia planned for came in due time through this absence of international good will.

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