1935: War and Why Peace Is So Darn Hard

"There is no point in throwing in a winning hand, if the other fellows in the game refuse to toss in their cards and call for a new deal," the Nobles County Times said in a 1935 editorial, and given that World War II was just around the corner, they were probably right.

The Hauptmann trial may not ring any bells with the young people reading this, but I bet the Lindbergh baby kidnapping does.

Next post at 11 a.m.

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