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Each century has presented man with hard decisions. In the eight-
eenth century man had to decide whether he wanted freedom or slavery.
The American and French Revolutions resulted. In the nineteenth century
man decided he wanted to be governed by a nation which employed the lan-
guage, customs, and traditions he knew. The resulting nationalist revolu-
tions of 1848 flared across Europe, their effects felt even in the settle-
ment of World War I.
Now that same nationalism is appearing in Middle Eastern and Far
Eastern countries. The comrnunists are trying to capitalize on the move-
ment--to use it as a lever in expanding their influence. The West is try-
ing to stem this communist influence while at the same time trying to
prevent World War III.
The hard decision of the twentieth century faces man. A mistake in
foreign policy might turn the cold war into a hot war. The correct deci-
sion in foreign policy might admit of only one choice--war.
.T ust as the thought of atomic war is horrifying so, in an opposite way,
the thought of atomic progress is fascinating. We of the annual staff
have perhaps been guilty of over-simplification in viewing man's decision
of the twentieth century. One obvious decision is possible--war: another
decision might be the conquering of space. We prefer the latter, prefer
it because of the tremendous new horizons which it would open to man's
Whatever n1a.n's decision, ,it will be fateful, portentous. We hope the
students of D. H. S. will be part of a glorious future. We hope that at
least some of them will be leaders of tommorrow--in democracy, in med-
icine, in physics, in the humanities, and in the seldorn dramatic business
of good living. With this in mind we consider ourselves pioneers of the
future. No matter what decision man makes in this twentieth century we
know that the students of D. H. S.--pioneers of the future--will face it
with the necessary courage and imagina ' n.
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