JONATHAN BIGBY listened with unbelieving ears to what Mr. Kraft was saying. The words brought a dull hopeless ache to his chest. “Don’t feel so bad about it, Bigby,” Mr. Kraft said irritably. “It’s not as if we were casting you out to starve. After all you’ll be getting a pension.By ROBERT ZACKS17 min
CIVIL WARS are the bitterest of all wars. There is no strife so tragic as that of a house divided against itself. We know that all too well from the United States’ experience in 1861. Now, in 1947, we in the States are facing the most serious division in our unity since that disaster of long ago and it is reported to me that a similar division faces you in Canada.By CHARLES LUCKMAN17 min
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