In This Issue
Explore the March 1915 print edition below. Or to discover more writing from the pages of The Atlantic, browse the full archive.
“Russia the silent one, silent for twenty-five years and then silent for ten years more, is either speaking now, or is about to speak.”
“If a better and saner world is to grow out of the horror of futile carnage, men must learn to find their nation’s glory in the victory of reason over brute instincts, and to feel the true patriotism which demands that our country should deserve admiration rather than extort fear.”