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The Bluffton news. [volume] (Bluffton, Ohio) 1875-current, October 15, 1942, Image 3

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THURSDAY, OCT. 15, 1942
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Next month, next year, will a soldier somewhere die because you
didn’t “understand”?—or because you whined, “I can’t afford it?” Will
some boy die for the want of a dozen bullets your quarter War Stamp will
buy now? Will you want to say then, “Sorry, son, I didn’t think ,?”
Only the War Bonds that buy bullets and ships and tanks and
planes can keep our boys from being slaughtered. If one boy dies
needlessly, part of YOU dies with him—the part that is your liberty,
your self-respect, the part that is American. And the dictators come
closer to our homes with every single boy who dies cursing an empty gun!
America’s fighting men don’t want life without liberty. Is that
same liberty worth a dime out of every dollar to you? Pledge at least
10% of your earnings for the next year and pledge it NOW ...Uwe
lose this war, you'll have neither dollars nor liberty!
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