Herman Lowenstein- Letter to Editor
Stalin's Mind Editor, Phoenbt Arizona Republic, Sir: called communism. furthe f the hope of Stalin __ * 3 "! 6 *«> J°in with the Ger- J5X Peopl ^ m nwWng this war the final great war of Europe— this not only by destruction, of ntu£ntatte * ut ^ WnSnf Peace as first was part pro- !}° na fy f Bolshevik! of Russia MO wh » later ^ y Pre sMent Wilson In ' <pcace withou " the Present war «,,.' must end in a stalemate. * Ot n m * to < he is willing to be a help. This is Pur- «, fc, mean ***** Hit ler will win, but it does mean that the peo- and th « e the other belligerents will win. AH to come of +V.Sp .. j — . «-"««: UUL Ql tnis war a decade or two ahead freer, happier and healthier, xxx "Peace without victory," a peace such as Christ favors; a peace of forgiveness, not further punishment punishment to either side; a peace such as our divine Lincoln gave to the South, xxx This time the German people are not going to be compelled to sign a treaty while a starving blockade is on; the people of the Soviet Union Union are going to see that this does not happen again. So this time the stone that the builders at Versailles Versailles rejected is to become the head of the corner. HERMAN LOWENSTEIN, Route 2, box 483.