Working to preserve in perpetuity is a great inspiration.
We are not fighting a rear-guard action, we are facing a frontier.
We are not slowing down a force that inevitably will destroy all the wilderness there is. We are generating another force, never to be wholly spent, that, renewed generation after generation, will be always effective in preserving wilderness.
We are not fighting progress. We are making it.
We are not dealing with a vanishing wilderness.
We are working for a wilderness forever.