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Editorial The New York Times

If happiness consists in being safe while others are in danger, and in being comfortable while others sweat and suffer, we as a nation have lost it for the duration of the war. At best, that kind of happiness, at this time, was stolen goods. Only if we had been without self-respect, without pity and without hope could we have retained it.

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