A belated Memorial Day Must-Read

Check this out, by Anthony Esolen, on The Soldier’s Rough Charity

“. . .we look to the soldier, who may well make his career in or from the service, yet who endures privations we can hardly imagine, and puts his life on the line for his fellows. It is a kind of rough charity, and immensely appealing. All those faces upon the scoreboard were of people who had volunteered to enter the service, knowing that they might well be sent to dangerous lands far away.”

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