September 1916

Self Discipline

Volume 1, Issue 3

IT is the right of every man to subordinate his private judgment to the will of another by entering the military profession. But in making the sacrifice of what we are pleased to call our independence for the obedience to the orders of those set over us in the military life, there has some how gone abroad the impression that the American youth is giving up all that is dearest to him when he becomes subject to the orders of the officers of the service.

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