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" Government of the United States cannot stand indifferently by and do nothing to serve their neighbor. They want nothing for themselves in Mexico. Least of all do they desire to settle her affairs for her, or claim any right to do so. But neither do they... "
The World's Work - Page 262
by Walter Hines Page, Arthur Wilson Page - 1915
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The American Journal of International Law

International law - 1916
...affairs for her, or claim any right to do so. But neither do they wish to see utter ruin come upon her, and they deem it their duty as friends and neighbors...self-sacrifice that may be necessary to procure it. Their people cry out for food and will presently hate as much as they fear every man in their country...
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The American Journal of International Law

International law - 1916
...affairs for her, or claim any right to do so. But neither do they wish to see utter ruin come upon her, and they deem it their duty as friends and neighbors...self-sacrifice that may be necessary to procure it. Their people cry out for food and will presently hate as much as they fear every man in their country...
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The American Journal of International Law

International law - 1916
Vols. for 1970- include: American Society of International Law. Proceedings, no. 64-
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Information Annual, Volume 1

Current events - 1916
...affairs for her, or claim any right to do so. But neither do they wish to see utter ruin come upon her, and they deem it their duty as friends and neighbors...constitutional government and the rights of the people." Comments on this statement were made public by the State Dept. June 12. They consisted in : First,...
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Information Annual, Volume 1

Current events - 1916
...affairs for her, or claim any right to do so. But neither do they wish to see utter ruin come upon her. and they deem it their duty as friends and neighbors...constitutional government and the rights of the people." Comments on this statement were made public by the State Dept. June 12. They consisted in : First,...
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New International Yearbook: A Compendium of the World's Progress

Frank Moore Colby, Allen Leon Churchill - Reference - 1916
...affairs for her, or claim any right to do so. But neither do they wish to see utter ruin come upon her, and they deem it their duty as friends and neighbors...constitutional government and the rights of the people." THE SITUATION IN JUNK. The immediate effect of President Wilson's declaration was not to conciliate,...
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The Mexican Policy of President Woodrow Wilson as it Appears to a Mexican

Manuel Calero - United States - 1916 - 97 pages
..."But neither do they (the people of the United States) wish to see utter ruin come upon her (Mexico) and they deem it their duty as friends and neighbors...CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT and the rights of the people * * *. "It is time therefore that the Government of the United States should frankly state the policy...
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The Mexican Policy of President Woodrow Wilson as it Appears to a Mexican

Manuel Calero - United States - 1916 - 97 pages
..."But neither do they (the people of the United States) wish to see utter ruin come upon her (Mexico) and they deem it their duty as friends and neighbors...settlement which will embody the real objects of the revolution,—CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT and the rights of the people * * *. "It is time therefore that...
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Woodrow Wilson as president

Eugene Clyde Brooks, Woodrow Wilson - 1916 - 572 pages
...affairs for her, or claim any right to do so. But neither do they wish to see utter ruin come upon her, and they deem it their duty as friends and neighbors...bringing about a settlement which will embody the real object of the revolution — constitutional government and the rights of the people. "Patriotic Mexicans...
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woodrow wilson as president

eugene c. brooks - 1916
...affairs for her, or claim any right to do so. But neither do they wish to see utter ruin come upon her, and they deem it their duty as friends and neighbors...bringing about a settlement which will embody the real object of the revolution—constitutional government and the rights of the people. "Patriotic Mexicans...
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