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Berwald responds to Harding, noting both the importance of English in American context and the importance of openness to foreign languages in the capitalist context of current American power.
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Berwald, enclosing letter to Wilson, notes the benefits of rescinding Babel, citing examples in England as well as the new unrest around social and labor issues.

Photo album of German-Jewish Salzmann family in Berlin as they prepare for emigration, and eldest daughter Ruth in England as part of the Kindertransport.
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Author notes that all Europeans are foreign to this land and English therefore refused at some point to give up their language for native languages here. Moreover, notes that Iowa only entity outlawing foreign languages.

Charles Keyes takes family--with wife Sarah, nee Naumann--to Germany for academic year in 1912. Written on board the ocean liner to Britain.
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