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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
edited by - 1917
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International Conciliation, Issues 134-139

Arbitration, International - 1919
...saw before, that no peace can rest securely upon political or economic restrictions meant to benefit some nations and cripple or embarrass others, upon...sort or any kind of revenge or deliberate injury. (Reply to the Pope, August 27, 1917.) It might be impossible also in such untoward circumstances (if...
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woodrow wilson as i know him

joseph p. tumulty - 1921
...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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Woodrow Wilson as I Know Him

Joseph Patrick Tumulty - Biography & Autobiography - 1921 - 553 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 Isolation Plan: With Papers on the Covenant

William Hervey Blymyer - Arbitration (International law) - 1921 - 152 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...sort or any kind of revenge or deliberate injury." While he lost these ideas for a time in the cry of " Peace with Victory," he reverted to them in the...
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The Fruits of Victory: A Sequel to "The Great Illusion,"

Sir Norman Angell - Economic history - 1921 - 338 pages
...in Mr Wilson's speeches, that once Germany was democratised there should be, in Mr Wilson's words, 'no reprisal upon the German people, who have themselves...all things in this War which they did not choose.' The statement made by the German rulers that Germany was fighting against a harsh and destructive fate...
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The fruits of victory: a sequel to "The great illusion,"

Norman Angell, Sir Norman Angell - Business & Economics - 1921 - 338 pages
...in Mr Wilson's speeches, that once Germany was democratised there should be, in Mr Wilson's words, 'no reprisal upon the German people, who have themselves...all things in this War which they did not choose.' The statement made by the German rulers that Germany was fighting against a harsh and destructive fate...
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From Isolation to Leadership: Revised. A Review of American Foreign Policy

John Holladay Latané - United States - 1922 - 294 pages
...still further the wedge 2o2 From Isolation to Leadership between the German people and the Kaiser. "The American people have suffered intolerable wrongs...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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Current History, Volume 7, Part 1

New York times - 1918
...saw before, that no peace can rest securely upon political or economic restrictions meant to benefit some nations and cripple or embarrass others, upon...the Imperial German Government, but they desire no reprisals upon the German people, who have themselves suffered all things in this war, which they did...
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International Conciliation

Aliens - 1917 - 20 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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Deutschlandbilder und Deutschlandpolitik: Studien zur Wilson-Administration ...

Alexander Sedlmaier - History - 2003 - 386 pages
...unheilvolle deutsche Einflüsse der sicheren Konterrevolution anheimfallen. Schließlich betonte Wilson aber: „The American People have suffered intolerable wrongs...suffered all things in this war, which they did not choose."269 Die USA träten für die Gleichheit aller Staaten und für ökonomische Chancengleichheit...
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