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1  "Not from wars," said Mrs. Phelps.
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2  Quick victory is ours if the war comes.
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3  Let him forget there is such a thing as war.
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4  And the war began and ended in that instant.
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5  I've never known any dead man killed in a war.
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6  You could feel the war getting ready in the sky that night.
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7  The circus must go on, even with war beginning within the hour.
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8  "I didn't say a single word about any war, I'll have you know," said Mrs. Phelps.
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9  Right now we have a horrible job; we're waiting for the war to begin and, as quickly, end.
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10  We might start a few books, and wait on the war to break the pattern and give us the push we need.
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11  The war would have to wait for him to come to it in his personal file, an hour, two hours from now.
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12  And some day we'll remember so much that we'll build the biggest goddam steamshovel in history and dig the biggest grave of all time and shove war in and cover it up.
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13  The bombardment was to all intents and purposes finished, once the jets had sighted their target, alerted their bombardier at five thousand miles an hour; as quick as the whisper of a scythe the war was finished.
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14  And when the war's over, some day, some year, the books can be written again, the people will be called in, one by one, to recite what they know and we'll set it up in type until another Dark Age, when we might have to do the whole damn thing over again.
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