Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to James Andrew Drain
Theodore Roosevelt appreciates the editorial responding to the statement in President Taft's Decoration Day address that the horrors of war necessarily outweigh the benefits that may come of it. Roosevelt agrees with James Andrew Drain in opposing such a statement. He also states that death is not the worst of all possible evils. Rather, "No man is fit to live unless he is ready to quit life for adequate cause."
Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to James Andrew Drain.
Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library. Dickinson State University.
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