almost anything, their unbounded faith in the triumph of good; these are forces we must make work in our everyday world, where the wicked Duke is not always so miraculously done in.
In our daily lives, in getting along with our neighbors or in the greater problem of nations living together, I think we must believe in the existence of certain, constant, universal truths, and believe these principles are worth striving for. Man has faculties vastly superior to other living creatures. He is distinguished, as well, by hopes and aspirations, by his groping toward a fuller, better life. I hold that no one should be on the sidelines in the effort to obtain that goal.