Seramur, Clare
September 1943
Education;Sep1943, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p46
Academic Journal
The article stresses the significance of unity among Americans in bringing freedom and peace. It references the heroic deeds of its patriots just to achieve peace and lasting freedom. Among the notable contributors in the quest of American dream for peace was Morton Davis, a navy captain who steered his ship through mine-infested waters to scenes of action around the world. The article further calls for every citizen, natural and naturalized, to unite for the good of the nation. The contribution of each true American must contribute to link to the common goal of unity.


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