Europe at war is a madhouse with a lot of poor, blinded people running around looking for chances to kill one another.
from "After the Brawl," editorial in Colliers's for March 16.
We simply record that the ex-Kaiser stated the opinion that if the Western European nations had any sense they would patch up a peace of some kind and band together to resist the westward march of Bolshevism from Russia. We record, too, our conviction that the ex-Kaiser, for once in a long and none too brilliant life, made a profoundly wise remark.
from "Wisdom from Wilhelm," an editorial in the same issue.
Ed note:--"I would rather be right than consistent"