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It is a Fiction Classic Story Book. The Book Says that Caught in the whirlwind of these war times, without any real information or any perspective upon the great changes that have already occiured or are about to be enacted, lacking all premonition of the futm-e, it is small wonder that we ourselves become confused as to the meaning of impressions which crowd in upon us or of the value of the judgments we are forming. It would seem as though no event had ever destroyed so much of the precious heritage of mankind, confused so many of the clearest intellects or so thoroughly debased what is highest.