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Critical Essay by Craig Thompson

Miss Brittain, an Englishwoman, has seen fit to offer for publication a series of letters to her 15-year-old son in America ["Humiliation with Honor"] which can have interest only to herself, her son and those among us who still have the strength and will to examine the position and arguments of pacifists in a time when more space must be found for casualty lists.

It may be that by writing these letters and publishing them Miss Brittain has found that certain ease which comes with getting a burden off the chest. It may even be that what Dr. Fosdick says [in the foreword] is also true—that in this slim book the "vast, unheralded, submerged meanings of war to the plain people of the world find a voice that once heard haunts memory and conscience."

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