"The issues of war and peace cannot be melted down into a naive psychology of 'peace through better understanding among peoples'. It is not the aggression of people in general but their mass indifference that is the point of their true political and psychological relevance to the thrust toward war. It is neither the 'psychology of peoples' nor raw 'human nature' that is relevant; it is the moral insensibility of people who are selected, molded, and honoured in the mass society" (The Causes of World War III, 1958, p. 81).