Letters: Paper Warriors


On our fighting fronts the going has been tough, the course uncertain. In 1943, we are warned, the going will be tougher, the course more uncertain. I suggest that the bar-bound Greatbrains, the fireside Hotspurs let their pencils and diaphragms rest, consider this:

"Battles (as soldiers know, and newspaper editors do not) are usually fought, not as they ought to be fought, but as they can be fought; and while the literary man is laying down the law at his desk as to how many troops should be moved here, and what rivers should...

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