by William K. Klingaman
Even after Pearl Harbor, "the Greatest Generation" was often complacent about foriegn threats.
by Marc Wortman
A generation before the sixties another group of young people resisted their elders’ entreaties to prepare for war. These were the people who became the Greatest Generation.
by William Lambers
This Thanksgiving we should follow their example and help feed starving people today.
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