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SERVICE AND THRIFT
"GO FORTH TO SERVE" by WOODROW WILSON

The recent war was the greatest of all wars, not only because more men and nations were engaged in it than in any other war of history, but also because, as a result of it, people have seen a vision of a different kind of world from the world of the past, a world in which nations shall unite for purposes of peace and good will as they formerly united only for war against an armed foe. In working for the children of other nations you will come to understand them better, and they will understand and appreciate you more.
Your education will not be complete unless you learn how to be good citizens, and the Junior Red Cross plans to teach you simple lessons of citizenship through its organization and its activities. It is your generation which must carry on the work of our generation at home and abroad, and you cannot begin too soon to train your minds and habits for this responsibility. By doing what you can to make happier the people of your own neighborhood, your state, your country, and also the people of other lands, you will make yourselves happier.
WOODROW WILSON
September, 1919

NOTES AND QUESTIONS
Biography. Woodrow Wilson (1856- ), twenty-eighth President of the United States, is a native of Virginia. He was educated at Princeton University, and later became president of this institution. He was for some years a teacher of history and he has written many books on history and government; these are models of good expression. In 1911 he became Governor of New Jersey, and in 1913 he entered upon his duties as President of the United States, serving throughout the difficult period of the World War. This letter to the Junior Red Cross has peculiar interest because it points out the kinds of service you may give in times of peace.

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