There is the story of the young Army officer in World War I who was graduated as a second lieutenant a year ahead of time because officers were needed desperately. This young man, who had barely begun to shave and looked even younger than his age, was assigned to command a platoon of seasoned infantry veterans. It was still dark the first morning when he assembled the ranks of his new command. He called the platoon to attention and, immediately, a voice from the rear ranks rang out with a passage from the Book of Isaiah: “And a little child shall lead them.” “The man who said that take once pace forward,” the lieutenant commanded. Whereupon the entire platoon took…

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