2 9 4 D O C U M E N T S 3 0 7 , 3 0 8 N O V E M B E R 1 9 2 8 307. To Viking Press[1] [Berlin,] 7 November 1928[2] Although I think that this matter that is so embarrassing for the American judi- cial system must be settled, I consider it unsuitable for foreigners to play a leading role in it.[3] I hope that in America there are enough people with a sound sense of justice and the necessary influence to bring this matter to a successful conclusion. Should that not be the case, then foreigners can do nothing to change it. Respectfully yours, P.S. You can make whatever use of this letter you wish.— 308. Aphorism on Franz Schubert[1] [Berlin,] 10 November [1928][2] On Schubert, all I have to say is: Play music, love—and keep your trap shut![3] Respectfully yours,
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