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" The conditions of the loan seem to us to touch very nearly the administrative independence of China itself, and this administration does not feel that it ought, even by implication, to be a party to those conditions. "
Handbook for the Diplomatic History of Europe, Asia, and Africa, 1870-1914 - Page 320
by Frank Maloy Anderson, Amos Shartle Hershey - 1918 - 482 pages
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The American Year Book, Volume 4

Almanacs, American - 1914
...extract from his statement of March 18: The conditions of thp loan seem to us to touch very nearly tne administrative Independence of China Itself, and this...that It ought, even by Implication, to be a party to these conditions. The responsibility on its part, which would be Implied 1n requesting the bankers...
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The American Year Book

Simon Newton Dexter North, Francis Graham Wickware, Albert Bushnell Hart - Statistics - 1914
...SixPower group. His attitude is summarized in the following extract from his statement of March 18: The conditions of the loan seem to us to touch very...that It ought, even by Implication, to be a party to these conditions. The responsibility on its part, which would be Implied In requesting the bankers...
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American Diplomacy

Carl Russell Fish - United States - 1915 - 541 pages
...and withdrew the government support from the "six power" loan. "The conditions of the loan," he said, "seem to us to touch very nearly the administrative...by implication, to be a party to those conditions." As a result, the American bankers withdrew from the syndicate. Although this action is in line with...
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The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social ..., Volumes 66-68

Peace - 1916 - 283 pages
...was plainly told would be involved in the request." "The conditions of the loan," said the President, seem to us to touch very nearly the administrative independence of China itself, and the administration does not feel that it ought even by implication to be a party to this condition....
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The Menace of Japan

Frederick McCormick - Eastern question (Far East) - 1917 - 372 pages
...the international loan and repudiating our own Government's position. The President's words were : "The conditions of the loan seem to us to touch very...administrative independence of China itself ; and the Administration does not feel that it ought, even by implication, to be party to those conditions....
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The Menace of Japan

Frederick McCormick - Eastern question (Far East) - 1917 - 372 pages
...the loan seem to us to touch very nearly the administrative independence of China itself ; and the Administration does not feel that it ought, even by implication, to be party to those conditions. The responsibility on its part which would be implied in requesting the...
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Foreign Financial Control in China

Theodore William Overlach - China - 1919 - 295 pages
...President Wilson gave in part this statement to the press : -z " The conditions of the loan seemto us to touch very nearly the administrative independence...which would be implied in requesting the bankers to undertakethe loan might conceivably go the length in some unhappy contingence of forcible interference...
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The path of empire: a chronicle of the United States as a world power

Carl Russell Fish - United States - 1919 - 305 pages
...China. On March 18, 1913, the President announced: "The conditions of the loan seem to us to touch nearly the administrative independence of China itself;...implication, to be a party to those conditions. " The former American policy of non-interference was therefore renewed, but it still remained uncertain whether...
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THE PATH OF EMPIRE

CARL RUSSELL FISH - 1919
...China. On March 18, 1913, the President announced: "The conditions of the loan seem to us to touch nearly the administrative independence of China itself;...implication, to be a party to those conditions. " The former American policy of non-interference was therefore renewed, but it still remained uncertain whether...
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the rise to world power

charles seymour - 1919
...China. / On March 18, 1913, the President announced: "The conditions of the loan seem to us to touch nearly the administrative independence of China itself;...implication, to be a party to those conditions. " The former American policy of non-interference was therefore renewed, but it still remained uncertain whether...
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