They have been called "little people"—these lovers of liberty in the small nations who have been keeping sparks of freedom aglow in the midst of oppression, dictatorship, and domination. The day-by-day liberation of the little people takes on new significance when regarded as another forward step in the progress of mankind, another triumph in the struggle for the individual rights of man, and for a higher sense of freedom, rather than as a victory of nation over nation.
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