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Corporate and real persons
Conflicting concepts in the Western Hemisphere
Woodrow Wilson and the idea of equality
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absolute equality According agreed Alexander Argentina Assembly Austria Barbosa Braden Britain British Castlereagh Charter Committee Communist concept of equality concept of great-power concept of sovereign conflicting Congress of Vienna corporate personality created decisions declared democratic equal rights equality of nations Europe European force Four France German great-power primacy Hague Hague Peace Conference hemisphere Hull human Ibid idea of equality independence individual Inter-American Conference internal affairs International Law international organization international relations intervention justice Latin American Latin American republics League of Nations London majority meeting Metternich military minister moral myth nation-states Nicaragua nominal world non-intervention nuclear opposed Paris Peace Conference Peace Conference perfect equality President principle of equality problem question reality recognized represented resolution responsibility Roosevelt Russia secretary Security Council Senator small powers sovereign equality Soviet Union Spain Talleyrand tion treaty tsar United Nations violated vote Washington Wilson world organization wrote York