W. T. Sherman

General Sherman (1820-1891)

“The great end of peace has been attained, with little or no change in our form of government, and the duty of all good men is to allow the passions of that period to subside, that we may direct our physical and mental labor to repair the waste of war, and to engage in the greater task of continuing our hitherto wonderful national development.”

  • From The Memoirs of General W. T. Sherman (Chapter IX) by W. T. Sherman. (Renaissance Classics, 2012).

 

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