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Childhood's End
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  • Nations, as well as individuals, could lose their spirit when confronted by a challenge which they could not meet.
  • As you know, for the last five years we have tried to awaken the human race to the danger that confronts it.
  • Stormgren could see at once that he was now confronted by men of a much higher calibre, and the group opposite him reminded him strongly of a picture he had once seen of Lenin and his associates in the first days of the Russian Revolution.
  • Our problem in bringing up these children must, I imagine, be very similar to yours when confronted with the human race.
  • The greatest danger that confronted you was of a different character altogether-and it did not concern your race alone.

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  • You must confront your problems.
  • You must confront your opponent.

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