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AMICA AMERICA

`Equal, sir? After all, England and America are going on fighting, while France' 'England is going on fighting with a courage I admire, but all the same she is protected by the Channel and America by the ocean. Imagine Illinois or Sussex lying between Loire and Garonne; they would have been occupied in July 1940.'
`When you talk about American responsibility, just what do you , mean?
`I mean that America, by refusing to ratify the guarantee of the League of Nations, rendered this new war possible, even probable. The Treaty of Versailles was not a very pretty baby, but it was a baby that your country presented to Europe. You laid it on the doorstep and resumed your bachelor life. To-day the abandoned child has grown up and since it was badly raised it is giving you trouble. That's natural: after all the poor boy never knew his father ...'
My young students at Knox had honest minds. They admitted the facts:
`Agreed ... Our refusal to enter the League of Nations was a dreadful mistake....'
'And also your refusal a few months before this war to abrogate the Neutrality Act...'
`Agreed...'

In March and April I lived in Buffalo where I had been invited to give a course in French Literature at the University. In New York people said to me:
`You won't like Buffalo. The climate is very harsh. They have only two seasons there: winter and the month of August ... And it is principally a manufacturing city.'
As a matter of fact I did like Buffalo. No city in the world has more beautiful trees. Along the wide avenues they form leafy Gothic vaults. The sea of foliage I saw from my window reminded me of our house in Neuilly and the green waves of the Bois. Even the cemetery had the charm of a park. The graves were arranged *injudicious disorder on the sides of wooded hills that were decorated here and there by beds of pink or pale yellow flowers. On the pond haughty swans tacked nonchalantly on white wings. Wandering through this beautiful scene amid the

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