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when I talk to each of you separately I find that all of you have only one opinion: that is, love of France. What France? The France. There is only one. The physical, spiritual, living France; the France of the villages and the cities; the France of Chartres and Amiens; the France of Fleurus and of Valmy, of Verdun and of the Marne; the France of Voltaire and of Peguy, of Pascal and of Valery. Do not forget that if this France at present is defeated and in bondage, it is because of our past quarrels. Do not compromise her deliverance by our present quarrels. You may be of divided opinion about the means of obtaining your objective, but you are agreed upon the objective, which is the liberation of our country. Strive then to be united and do not hate any Frenchman who is of good faith; in our mother's house there are many mansions.'
I spent the month of February at Knox College in Illinois and returned full of esteem for the good sense of the students and professors in the Middle West. In the traditions and customs of Knox there was something robust and healthy that seemed to me invaluable for America.
`Where do you get your ideas about life, death, morals and what you may and may not do?' I asked twenty members of a fraternity who were sitting around me on the floor or on the arms of easy chairs ...`Do they come from books, from the courses you take, or from the sermons of some minister?'
`No,' one of them said, `they come from our families.'
`Do your father and mother talk to you about these things?'
`Very seldom, but without talking about them they give us their
example.'
`Yes,' another broke in, `we are all formed by our homes.'
In the Eastern universities I had noticed in the case of certain young people an attitude of rebellion toward their family backgrounds. At Knox there was nothing of the sort. They said:
`I am a little more liberal than my parents or a little more radical but our fundamental beliefs are the same.'
Then came the questions about the war:
`Briefly, what was the cause of the French disaster?'
`Lack of preparation, lack of troops, lack of national unity. Our soldiers had neither the necessary planes, nor tanks, nor artillery. We realized the danger too late. But one must add that the responsibility of England and of America is equal to that of France.'

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