Signs of the Times

Topic: The Foundation of Peace

[President Roosevelt, in an address to West Point Military Academy Graduates, as quoted in the Boston Evening Transcript, Massachusetts]

The greatest need of the world today is the assurance of permanent peace—an assurance based on mutual understanding and mutual regard. . . . If you strive at all times to promote friendship and to discourage suspicion, to teach respect for the rights of others and to decry aggression, to oppose intolerance with a spirit of mutual helpfulness—then indeed your services will be of full value to your Government and a source of satisfaction of yourselves. Sympathetic understanding of fellow men has ever been the hallmark of the leader.

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