September 1926

An Echo from the Past

Volume 11, Issue 3

Edwin H Brainard

THE present-day Marine officers are acquainted with the fact that there is a tendency exhibited by a certain class of the public toward the reduction of the amounts of public funds expended for naval and military protection. A majority of the people of the country, including those serving in the military and naval establishments, are always in favor of reduction in taxation, and this is a laudable desire, especially when we consider the ever-mounting "high cost of living."

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