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  • In 1955, Army Gen. Douglas MacArthur warned against the political mentality "that no longer when we send our sons and daughters to the battlefield should we see them through all the way to victory; that we can call upon them to fight and even die in some half-hearted and indecisive effort; that we can plunge them recklessly into war and then suddenly decide that it is a wrong war, or in a wrong place, or at a wrong time, or even that we can call it not a war at

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  • "People of the Philippines: I have returned," he said, fulfilling a promise he made when he left the strategic island nation. "By the grace of Almighty God, our forces stand again on Philippine soil -- soil consecrated in the blood of our two peoples."

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