NEGROES: Impression and Belief

There are only two kinds of men. Those who fight with their faces to the enemy—who are the victors—and those who fight with their tails to the enemy —who are the vanquished. From time immemorial, the victors have laughed at the vanquished; and so the desire to avoid the imputation of cowardice is a primitive complex. Every man resents it.

Hence the storm that arose last week. Major General Robert Lee Bullard, who commanded the First Division, then the Third Corps, later the Second Army of the A. E. F., has written his memoirs of the War, which have appeared...

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