World: There is the Man

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I have every confidence in the ultimate success of our joint cause, but success in modern war requires something more than courage and willingness to die. It requires careful preparation. . . . No general can make something from nothing. My success or failure will depend primarily upon the resources which our respective Governments place at my disposal. My faith in them is complete. In any event I shall do my best. I shall keep the soldier's faith.

A scribbling newsman missed the last sentence, and General Douglas MacArthur repeated into the...

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