I had not succeeded in doing anything to diminish the bitterness which caused the Treaty of Versailles. But at any late I had not been an accomplice in the crime of all the belligerent nations, and for myself I had acquired a new philosophy and a new youth. I had got rid of the don and the Puritan.
Source: The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell, v.2
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