The Czechoslovak Review/Volume 1/Edwyn Bevan, The Method in the Madness

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It may seem to a short view that British interests are not concerned with what happens in Bohemia or in the countries now under the Turk, but as a matter of fact any part of the world where an iniquitous and oppressive system is left standing will be a centre of unrest which at any moment may be communicated to the whole world. Now, while the order of Europe is temporarily broken up, there is a unique opportunity to clear away many old abuses which have caused trouble in the past, and will, if they are left, go on causing trouble in the future. Now we have an opportunity to make a clean job of it all over Europe and the Nearer East which may not recur.

Edwyn Bevan, The Method in the Madness, p. 298.

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