Signs of the Times

[Editorial in the Boston Daily Globe, Massachusetts]

Memorial Day meets some necessity of American character that causes it to endure. It has long since ceased to be merely a day of remembrance for the fallen soldiers of the Civil War and has become securely rooted as a folk custom. Surely it is still a day of remembrance, but it is a day dedicated to all our past, to all those who helped to make America, not only to our own immediate forbears, but to all who have lived and died here and contributed, with their lives, to the scroll of American history as it has so far unrolled. ...

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