Since your columns seem to be open to the highest bidder, I enclose a check for one dollar to pay for this statement, --that the slick defeatism of Lawrence Dennis is based squarely on his belief that a Nazi type fascism in America is not worth opposing--is, in fact, desirable. The rest of the argument easily follows from that. J.K. Fairbank '29 Faculty Instructor in History
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