„We remember the refrain from the Phillippines: ‘Underneath the starry flag/Civilize him with a Krag /And then get underway for home sweet home.’ But you have to civilize him first, and how you do that with the ragheads is the problem.“

Cooper in Jeff Cooper’s Commentaries October 2003, Vol. 11, No. 12.

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