February 1935

The Edifice of Leadership

Volume 19, Issue 1
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(The morale of an army is as delicate a thiny as I the reputation of a woman; it is easily destroyed and without it victory is impossible. Those who lightly set out to loosen the bonds of confidence which must unite a general and his troops do a work more deadly than is accomplished by all the shells and poison gas from an enemy's lines.)*

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M M Johnson Jr