Eleanor Roosevelt Quote

A consciousness of the fact that war means practically total destruction is the reason, I think, for the rising tide to prevent what seems such a senseless procedure. I understand that it is perhaps difficult for some people, whose lives have been lived with a sense of the need for military development, to envisage the possibility of being no longer needed. But the average citizen is beginning to think more and more of the need to develop machinery to settle difficulties in the world without destruction or the use of atomic bombs.


My Day (1935–1962) (20 December 1961)

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A consciousness of the fact that war means practically total destruction is the reason, I think, for the rising tide to prevent what seems such a...

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A consciousness of the fact that war means practically total destruction is the reason, I think, for the rising tide to prevent what seems such a...