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" Responsible statesmen must now everywhere see, if they never saw before, that no peace can rest securely upon political or economic restrictions meant to benefit some nations and cripple or embarrass others, upon vindictive action of any sort, or any... "
New Outlook - Page 13
1917
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Supplement to the American Journal of International Law: Official Documents

International law - 1917
...saw before, that no peace can rest securely upon political or economic restrictions meant to benefit some nations and cripple or embarrass others, upon...things in this war, which they did not choose. They believe that peace should rest upon the rights of peoples, not the rights of governments — the rights...
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Supplement to the American Journal of International Law: Official Documents

International law - 1917
...saw before, that no peace can rest securely upon political or economic restrictions meant to benefit some nations and cripple or embarrass others, upon...things in this war, which they did not choose. They believe that peace should rest upon the rights of peoples, not the rights of governments — the rights...
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The American Journal of International Law

Electronic journals - 1917
...facts most forcibly: "No peace can rest securely upon political or economic restrictions, to benefit some nations and cripple or embarrass others, upon...sort or any kind of revenge or deliberate injury." Appearances convey the impression that the world as a whole is preparing to commit hara-kiri by permanent...
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Commonwealth Review, Volumes 1-2

Oregon - 1917
...saw before, that no peace can rest securely upon political or economic restrictions meant to benefit some nations and cripple or embarrass others, upon...things in this war, which they did not choose. They believe that peace should rest upon the rights of peoples, not the rights of governments — the rights...
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The Voices of Our Leaders: A Collection of Addresses Delivered by Statesmen ...

William Mather Lewis - World War, 1914-1918 - 1917 - 159 pages
...saw before, that no peace can rest securely upon political or economic restrictions meant to benefit some nations and cripple or embarrass others, upon...things in this war, which they did not choose. They believe that peace should rest upon the rights of peoples, not the rights of governments — the rights...
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President Wilson's state papers and addresses

United States. President (1913-1921 : Wilson), Woodrow Wilson - History - 1917 - 484 pages
...saw before, that no peace can rest securely upon political or economic restrictions meant to benefit some nations and cripple or embarrass others, upon...things in this war, which they did not choose. They believe that peace should rest upon the rights of peoples, not the rights of Governments—the rights...
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A Survey of International Relations Between the United States and Germany ...

James Brown Scott - Germany - 1917 - 390 pages
...saw before, that no peace can rest securely upon political or economic restrictions meant to benefit some nations and cripple or embarrass others, upon...things in this war, which they did not choose. They believe that peace should rest upon the rights of peoples, not the rights of Governments — the rights...
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The American Journal of International Law

Electronic journals - 1917
...saw before, that no peace can rest securely upon political or economic restrictions meant to benefit some nations and cripple or embarrass others, upon...things in this war, which they did not choose. They believe that peace should rest upon the rights of peoples, not the rights of governments — the rights...
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League of Nations Magazine, Volume 3

Arbitration (International law) - 1917
...saw before, that no peace can rest securely upon political or economic restrictions meant to benefit some nations and cripple or embarrass others, upon...things in this war, which they did not choose. They believe that peace should rest upon the rights of peoples, not the rights of Governments — the rights...
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The Forum of Democracy

Dwight Everett Watkins, Robert Edward Williams - Heads of state - 1917 - 193 pages
...saw before, that no peace can rest securely upon political or economic restriction meant to benefit some nations and cripple or embarrass others, upon...all things in this war, which they did not choose. America believes that peace should rest upon the rights of peoples, not the rights of governments —...
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