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Attached are the rantings of one Frenchman on the matter of American gullibility, solipsism and naive stupidity. While recognizing an innate sense of optimism that seemed natural to Americans, the Gaul also believed that within the American culture the seed of tyranny had been planted and would one day bloom.

"And in this new and vigorous country they are going to make nationalism a great religion, the supreme intellectual and social motive. This means Prussianizing, pure and simple."

     


Salty Opinions from a Frenchman (Literary Digest, 1920)

Salty Opinions from a Frenchman (Literary Digest, 1920)

Salty Opinions from a Frenchman (Literary Digest, 1920)

Salty Opinions from a Frenchman (Literary Digest, 1920)

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