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"Our boys are to be drafted into service. We cannot afford to draft them into a demoralizing environment."

-so spake Mr. Raymond B. Fosdick (who would later be lampooned by cartoonist Chester Gould as "Fearless Fosdick") as he announced the intentions of the Federal Commission on Training Camp Activities. This long forgotten and failed government program was set up two years prior to prohibition to combat the "demoralizing influences" so the officers and men could concentrate on more sublime topics, like chemical warfare.

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The Army as Moral Guardian...  (Literary Digest, 1917)

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