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75–6. Articles Published in the newspaper Zabaikal’skoe obozrenie in March 1916

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This chapter discusses two newspaper articles. The first article titled, 'Quo Vadis', discusses that while the question of civilisations salvation remains a question of the elements struggling to that end, we do have a cause that is capable of justifying all the sacrifices, and able to inspire great enthusiasm. That means we know what is good and what is criminal, what we are creating and what we are destroying. There is no evil without good, even though the good in such circumstances is always too meagre. The second article, titled 'Our Defencists', talks about basic theses of the defencists, and whether they are right. The only guilty party in the present war is the capitalist mode of production with its inherent drive for expansion, which had to lead to a general clash between the capitalist nations and thus to find the means for the existence and development of the other.

Keywords:capitalism; civilisations salvation; defencists; newspaper articles; Zabaikal'skoeobozrenie

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