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"Any youngster who has the opportunity to spend his early youth in an enlightened rural area has been favored by fortune." Chap. 1 p. 18

"Ike Eisenhower knew who he was and where he was going." Chap. 1 p. 23

"He had obtained a free education and the Academy had sharpened his sense of duty." Chap. 1 p. 28

"Training troops was like coaching football all week without ever being able to play a game on Saturdays." Chap. 1 p. 32

"If he's going far he had better start soon." Chap. 2 p. 43

"There's no more active political organization in the world than the armed services of the U.S." Chap. 2 p. 47

"If the war ...is....long-drawn-out and ...bloody...then I believe that the remnants of nations emerging from it will be scarcely recognizable as the ones that entered it." Chap. 2 p. 52

"Opportunity is all about you. Reach out and take it." Chap. 2 p. 58

"The following day, Eisenhower...

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