Tell him the choice rests in the care of what fragile peace we have, including his trusteeship, if he but live to his majority. One or nothing, wealth or laying waster; Jew or Gentile, men or the color of men. These are the choices, and we make them daily. Tell him he must learn to answer for himself.
“Now, About That Next War, Son” from the book Overkill and Megalove (1963)