Why is it that some of us refuse to join in the chorus of righteous indignation against "terrorism" which began to swell with the spread of skyjacking in the last year or so and reached a crescendo following the killings in Munich during the Olympic Games? Is it because we are lovers of violence? Is our moral sense so twisted that we can no longer distinguish right from wrong? Do we, by our silence, condone actions which every decent person ought to condemn?
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