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" You cannot be friends at all except upon the terms of honor. We must show ourselves friends by comprehend- 25 ing their interest whether it squares with our own interest or not. "
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science - Page 165
1915
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 115

Current events - 1915
...because of circumstances of which I wish to speak with moderation and, I hope, without indiscretion. 'We must prove ourselves their friends and champions...of equality and honor. You cannot be friends upon other terms than those of equality. You cannot be friends at all except upon the terms of honor. We...
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History Teacher's Magazine, Volume 8

Social sciences - 1917
...innumerable ties, and, I hope, chief of all, by the tie of a common understanding of each other. " We must prove ourselves their friends and champions upon terms of equality and honor. Yon cannot be friends upon any other terms than upon terms of equality. You cannot be friends at all...
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The American Japanese Problem: A Study of the Racial Relations of the East ...

Sidney Lewis Gulick - Asian Americans - 1914 - 349 pages
...in view, but his words are equally true of the world as a whole. As reported by the press, he said: "We must prove ourselves their friends and champions,...be friends at all except upon the terms of honor, and we must show ourselves friends by comprehending their interest, whether it squares with our interest...
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Latin America ...

George Hubbard Blakeslee - America - 1914 - 388 pages
...sister-republics the statement, that We must prove ourselves their friends and champions upon terms of equaHty and honor. You cannot be friends upon any other terms than upon the terms of equality. That is the key-note of the whole situation. The cultured and sensitive Latin mind resents condescension,...
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Addresses Before the Southern Commercial Congress

Duncan Upshaw Fletcher, Woodrow Wilson - America - 1914
...because of circumstances of which I wish to speak with moderation and, I hope, without indiscretion. We must prove ourselves their friends and champions upon terms of equality and honor. You can not be friends upon any other terms than upon the terms of equality. You can not be friends at...
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The Young Man's Chances in South and Central America: A Study of Opportunity

William Alfred Reid - Latin America - 1914 - 173 pages
...because the risk was said to be greater, and then securities were taken that destroyed the risks. ***** We must prove ourselves their friends and champions, upon terms of equality and honor. ***** So, in emphasizing the points which must unite us in sympathy and in spiritual interest with...
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The Two Americas

Rafael Reyes - Panama Canal (Panama) - 1914 - 324 pages
...those quarters where it is least desirable, and President Wilson emphasised this view when he said: "We must prove ourselves their friends and champions upon terms of equality and honour. You cannot be friends upon any other terms than upon the terms of equality." It is obvious,...
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The fight for peace: an aggressive campaign for American churches

Sidney Lewis Gulick, Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. Commission on Peace and Arbitration - Church and social problems - 1915 - 192 pages
...view, but his words are equally true of the world as a whole. As reported by the press, he said : " We must prove ourselves their friends and champions,...be friends at all except upon the terms of honor, and we must show ourselves friends by comprehending their interest, whether it squares with our interest...
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Selected articles on immigration

United States - 1915 - 315 pages
...but the principles he announced apply equally to the nations of the Orient. As reported, he said : We must prove ourselves their friends and champions...be friends at all except upon the terms of honor; and we must show ourselves friends by comprehending their interests, whether 1s squares with out interests...
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The Journal of International Relations, Volume 5

George Hubbard Blakeslee, Granville Stanley Hall, Harry Elmer Barnes - International law - 1915
...expressed, President Wilson wisely added to his references to the sister-republics the statement, that We must prove ourselves their friends and champions...upon any other terms than upon the terms of equality. That is the key-note of the whole situation. The cultured and sensitive Latin mind resents condescension,...
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