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i propose 10 ngnz u out on
this line if it takes all summer91
HAT was the American
way then; it is the Ameri
can way now.
We have entered this great war with a
clearly defined purpose, and have made
that purpose known to all the world. We
"will fight it out on this line" if it takes a
dozen summers. Ncf discouragements, no
disasters, shall deter us; no halfway peace
Vxr compromises with our enemy can tempt
. us from the course we have laid out.
Our Army and Navy are prepared to "fight
it out on this line" until victory is won, and
we must be prepared to back them up with
every dollar necessary to make victory
Buy all you can possibly pay for, even though the payment involves stem
iclf-deniaL Remember you are not asked to give your money; you are
sked to lend it, at good interest, to the wealthiest, strongest, most honora
nation on the globe.
can't pay cash for your bonds, you can borrow a part of the money
77 bank, using the bonds as security, or you can buy them at your
ol navmcnt aim. It is no trouble to buy Liberty Bonds
ivm; r " IT
; s Vouble t0 Pay fr them.
Choice: Conusor Bondage
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