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gressives. They had been against war. It was part of the new creed that war was simply due to sex-repression. Sex, being unrepressed by Progressives, they naturally maintained that they had debunked war and they dismissed it with a laugh. But this war was different. It was present, pressing. The enemy was obviously suffering frightfully from sex-repression. The free, unrepressed peoples must unite now to oppose and end this sex-repression. Sc the Progressives found themselves freed from their awkward loyalty to peace, which, anyhow, was only a by-product of being unrepressed. After all, if little Alec is permitted to hit Susie on the head for fear he'd grow up repressed if he didn't, surely if I have been repressed during childhood-not allowed to kick and bite father and mother-1 had better get it out of my system now, especially when the enemy is so reactionary and would never permit children their charter right to kick their elders.
And it worked. During those first months of the "waiting war" there had been a new friendship between the school and the town and country, which at first had been very cold to this new intrusion. Now all was warm and friendly. There was also, not less warming, a new friendship in the school itself. Those common room meetings, from which Miss Potts had for some time come away feeling out of the fun and the frank talk, now held her; she was wanted and she wanted to stay on. The young ones wanted to hear about the last war. She and her contemporaries compared experiences, were listened to as they showed how the present war was different from the last one; how right all of them were then to protest, how right now, to co-operate. And, best of all, there was a new truce in Miss Potts herself. A full sex life or religion

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