The Menace to the Ideal of the Free State: An Address Delivered on the Occasion of Founders Day at Ursinus College (Classic Reprint)
If ever there was a time when it behooved us to utter with a new, larger significance, Longfellow's prayer for the ship of state, it is today. We can and we ought to say:
'Sail on, O Ship of State:
Sail on, O Union, strong and great!
Humanity with all its fears,
With all its hopes of future years,
Is hanging breathless on thy fate.'
Today the hopes of men are not fastened upon the continuance of our own internal union or upon the permanence of our republic, but upon the larger problem of the continuance of freedom and democracy in the world.
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