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Harrisburg telegraph. [volume] (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, August 01, 1918, Image 8

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The brand of Courage that America must have to bring a real
victory springs not only from a patriotic heart, but also from a
determined, open mind.
lessons of this war are many, in that they come to one man in one form and in
another form to the other fellow; but everybody must learn this lesson; and the name of
the lesson, no matter in what form it comes, is DUTY.
America's millions of trained workers, with their brains and their hands; the profes
sions, the leaders of industry, the tillers of the soil, the pulpit and the press—all must clear
their minds of self-interest* and face the situation
, The employer who fails in his does ill,
just as the man or woman who is un
down on his or her job, at this critical time.
COURAGE WILL WIN, American Courage, the kind that
the Hun cannot understand. Courage to do the right thing
by your fellow-worker—the kind of stuff that will face the
situation at home in the same way that our boys are facing
the enemy "over there"— with
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In Industry—in War—America Has Never Been Beaten
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This page is one of a series —be sore to read them all—"Win the War" Publicity Association of Central Pennsylvania
Copyright, 1918.
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HARBISBURG telegraph
AUGUST 1,1918. '

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