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" Militarism is the great preserver of our ideals of hardihood, and human life with no use for hardihood would be contemptible. Without risks or prizes for the darer, history would be insipid indeed ; and there is a type of military character which every... "
The Great Illusion: A Study of the Relation of Military Power to National ... - Page 59
by Sir Norman Angell - 1913 - 416 pages
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The Great Illusion: A Study of the Relation of Military Power in Nations to ...

Norman Angell - 1910 - 388 pages
...against its weaker and more cowardly self, and that mankind cannot afford to adopt a peace-economy. . . . Militarism is the great preserver of our ideals of...natural feeling forms, I think, the innermost soul of our army writings. Without any exception known to me, militarist authors take a highly mystical view...
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Miscellaneous Pamphlets

1910
...this feeling goes, no healthy minded person, it seems to me, can help to some degree partaking of it. Militarism is the great preserver of our ideals of hardihood, and human life with no use for hardihood would be contemptible. Without risks or prizes for the darer, history would...
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Miscellaneous Pamphlets

1910
...this feeling goes, no healthy minded person, it seems to me, can help to some degree partaking of it. Militarism is the great preserver of our ideals of hardihood, and human life with no use for hardihood would be contemptible. Without risks or prizes for the darer, history would...
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The Great Illusion: A Study of the Relation of Military Power in Nations to ...

Norman Angell - 1911 - 407 pages
...against its weaker and more cowardly self, and that mankind cannot afford to adopt a peace-economy. . . . Militarism is . the great preserver of our ideals...would be contemptible. . . . This natural feeling fprms, I think, the innermost soul of our army writings. Without any exception known to me, militarist...
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Self-realization: An Outline of Ethics

Henry Wilkes Wright - 1913 - 429 pages
...a firm believer in the value of the qualities of bravery and hardihood bred by the military life. " Militarism is the great preserver of our ideals of hardihood, and human life with no use for hardihood would be contemptible. Without risks or prizes for the darer, history would...
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The Forum, Volume 49

1913
...this feeling goes, no healthy minded person, it seems to me, can help to some degree partaking of it. Militarism is the great preserver of our ideals of hardihood, and human life with no use for hardihood would be contemptible. Without risks or prizes for the darer, history would...
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A Preface to Politics

Walter Lippmann - 1913 - 318 pages
...this feeling goes, no healthy minded person, it seems to me, can help to some degree partaking of it. Militarism is the great preserver of our ideals of hardihood, and human life with no use for hardihood would be contemptible. Without risks or prizes for the darer, history would...
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Representative Essays in Modern Thought: A Basis for Composition

Harrison Ross Steeves, Frank Humphrey Ristine - 1913 - 533 pages
...this feeling goes, no healthyminded person, it seems to me, can help to some degree partaking of it. Militarism is the great preserver of our ideals of hardihood, and human life with no use for hardihood would be contemptible. Without risks or prizes for the darer, history would...
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The Next Generation

Frederick Augustus Rhodes - 1915 - 290 pages
...stopped, we should have to reinvent it, on this view, to redeem life from flat degeneration. . . . Militarism is the great preserver of our ideals of hardihood, and human life with no use for hardihood would be contemptible. . . . War is in short, a permanent human obligation....
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Essays for College Men: 2d Series

Norman Foerster - 1915 - 385 pages
...this feeling goes, no healthy minded person, it seems to me, can help to some degree partaking of it. Militarism is the great preserver of our ideals of hardihood, and human life with no use for hardihood would be contemptible. Without risks or prizes for the darer, history would...
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