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Abstract University of Tennessee President James D. Hoskins delivered this address at the University's commencement ceremonies on June 2, 1941. In it, he discusses the ongoing World War and advises the new graduates that unlike young people before them, they cannot issue or evade at will the usual challenges of life nor debate with customary freedom what your major interests will be because they have [w]illingly or otherwise ... already been drafted in the cause of Democracy. According to Hoskins,...
Dates: 1941 June 2