National Geographic : 1943 Aug
Beneath a Horseshoe Arch the Smith Stops to Talk-the Horse, Awaiting New Shoes, Turns asiftoListen ©J.Dixon-Scott "The Irish love to argue," says the A. E. F.'s pocket guide. "They call each other names, indulge in exaggeration. InUlster this iswithin the rules ...part ofthe fun. . . . There are two excellent rules for Americans: Don't argue religion; don't argue politics. . . .Your place ison the sidelines." s.