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Can one imagine that The Bomb could ever be used “in a good cause”? Do not such means instantly, of themselves, corrupt any cause? The bomb is the natural product of the kind of society we have created. It is as easy, normal, and unforced an expression of the American way of Life as electric ice-boxes, banana splits, and hydro-matic drive automobiles.
"Politics" magazine, (August, 1945)
Pacifism, to me, is primarily a way of actively struggling against injustice and inhumanity; My kind of pacifism may be called “non-violent resistance”.
Doris Day is as wholesome as a bowl of cornflakes and at least as sexy.