GERMANY HAS BECAME A MOXSTER, Mv Ramld V>ccr'h;r. writ in c* from Xo>v Yrrk ?o the 'Daily Chronicle,' save : "A prominent Amrrie.-w: nf German origin h*<, just .'aiil to me: 'We *<•* that G'rtwmy Ims cen«<i J" ht a nation and hj»& hec«m<; a. monster. V>'e st-: th;it .'til tho£« tilings which ar« in the blood of eyery tru» American- freedom, peace, social progress, democratic idealism, domestic happiness, everything vliich males the life of a man worth living—wc see that al! tho-:e things arc threatened, not merely in Europe, but here in America., by the Gorman monster. If you are beaten, we perish. Hut Ion.; Wore you ;;ie bealon, if it looks like a beating, we i-lr.ill take up arms.'"
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 15688, 30 December 1914