August 1931

The Marine Corps and the General Board of the Navy

Volume 16, Issue 2


It is written in the book of Jeremiah "stand ye in the ways and see and ask for the old paths." New ways appeal to the spirit of adventure. In these times, we are being persuaded to leave the well-beaten paths tested in tne school of experience. Lincoln, on the eve of his inauguration as President of the United States came to Philadelphia a locality where our Nation had its beginnings, to gain inspiration to fortify him in his struggle to maintain the Union. Many of "our later Presidents have stopped in that historic town for like inspiration.

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