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Excerpt from The Great Work in America, Vol. 3: October, 1927
Here is Where the pacifist at any price usually loses track of the fundamental principle at the basis and underpinning of all government. He is intrigued into thinking of himself solely as an individual, wholly separate and apart from his government. He is not. He never can be. So long as he lives, he is a part of his government. He is one of the basic units that, in their aggregate, make up and constitute the Body Politic of his government. And as long as he remains a healthy unit he will be helping to make his government and his Nation healthier, stronger and better. But the moment he begins to Shirk his duties and responsibilities as a unit in the Body Politic of his government, that moment he becomes an un healthy, toxic, poisonous and destructive influence within the Body of the Nation.
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