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They will therefore usually be idealizers of that writer and perpetrators (consciously or not) of the intentional fallacy.
These idealizers of the Liberal Party, which had really definitely ceased to be Liberal in 1894, had a rude awakening.
Not only men born to be soldiers, but non-combatants by trade and nature, historians in their studies, and clergymen in their pulpits, have been war's idealizers.
A millennium of peace would not breed the fighting disposition out of our bone and marrow, and a function so ingrained and vital will never consent to die without resistance, and will always find impassioned apologists and idealizers.