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Signs of the Times
General Harold K. Johnson speaking as Chief of Staff, U. S. Army, at the annual "Presidential Prayer Breakfast" in February, 1968
Our Nation today is troubled and uneasy. We have those who believe that we should pull out of Vietnam and all of Southeast Asia. We have those who believe we are not doing enough in Southeast Asia. We have those who believe that we are not doing enough for the underprivileged of our own country. We have those who believe that we are fostering and harboring a segment of parasites within our population. We have those who believe that the laws of our land can be flouted and that they can choose the laws they will obey and the laws they will ignore. We have those who believe that disrespect for the law should be confronted with the club or a gun. Parents across our land are concerned with the use of drugs and dope among our young people.
So, where do we turn? What do we do? . . . How many of us have given real thought to the commandment . . . "And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might. And these words, which I command thee this day, shall be in thine heart"?
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Signs of the Times
Harold K. Johnson