„Wars might come and go, but the seven o'clock news lives forever.“

—  Lewis H. Lapham, Chapter 9, Coined Souls, p. 227
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Battle cry at the Battle of Belleau Wood, World War I, June 1918 Who's Who in Marine Corps History: "Daniel Daly" Compare Frederick the Great: Rogues, would you live forever? http://www.websters-online-dictionary.org/wo/would.html

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