Captain R.C Money

Psychologists, sociologists and the like had not yet been invented so there was no pernicious jargon to cloud simple issues. Right was right and wrong was wrong and the Ten Commandments were an admirable guide…A coward was not someone with a “complex” (we would not have known what it was) but just a despicable creature…Frugality, austerity, and self-control were then perfectly acceptable. We believed in honor, patriotism, self-sacrifice and duty and we clearly understood what was meant by a “gentleman.”

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