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" ... history such as no other nation has ever enjoyed. Nothing has been able to check the onward march of this idea. I am not willing that this nation shall cast aside the omnipotent weapon of truth to seize again the weapons of physical warfare. I would... "
World Peace: A Written Debate Between William Howard Taft and William ... - Page 103
by William Howard Taft, William Jennings Bryan - 1917 - 138 pages
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The Second Battle, Or, The New Declaration of Independence, 1776-1900: An ...

William Jennings Bryan - Campaign literature - 1900 - 575 pages
...the low domain of might to the loftier realm of right, and I would not trade its history for all the glory of all the empires that have risen and fallen since time began. Tell me you want to be a world power. Why, for more than ten decades this nation has been the most...
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Under Other Flags: Travels, Lectures, Speeches

William Jennings Bryan - Voyages and travels - 1904 - 397 pages
...seize again the weapons of physical warfare. I would not exchange the glory of this republic for the glory of all the empires that have risen and fallen since time began. The permanent chairman of the last republican national convention presented the pecuniary argument...
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Speeches of William Jennings Bryan, Volume 2

William Jennings Bryan, Mary Baird Bryan - United States - 1909
...seize again the weapons of physical warfare. I would not exchange the glory of this Republic for the glory of all the empires that have risen and fallen since time began. The permanent chairman of the last Republican National Convention presented the pecuniary argument...
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Oral Reading & Public Speaking

John Reinder Pelsma - Elocution - 1918 - 499 pages
...seize again the weapon of physical warfare. I would not exchange the glory of this Republic for the glory of all the empires that have risen and fallen since time began. 3. I can conceive of a national destiny surpassing the glories of the present and the past — a destiny...
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Americanization: A School Reader & Speaker

Ellwood Griscom (jr.) - Americanization - 1920 - 255 pages
...seize again the weapon of physical warfare. I would not exchange the glory of this Republic for the glory of all the empires that have risen and fallen since time began. I can conceive of a national destiny surpassing the glories of the present and the past — a destiny...
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The Outlook, Volume 65, Part 2

Francis Rufus Bellamy - 1900
...seize again the weapon of physical warfare. I would not exchange the glory of this Republic for the glory of all the empires that have risen and fallen since time began. Mr. Bryan's Plan and Purpose There is an easy, honest, honorable solution of the Philippine question. It...
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Mixed Messages: American Politics and International Organization 1919-1999

Edward C. Luck - Political Science - 2010 - 394 pages
...the famed populist orator, antimilitarist, and former secretary of state to Wilson, cautioned that "we cannot afford to exchange the moral prestige of...the empires that have risen and fallen since time began."1 5 President Wilson, however, insisted that America, with truth and principle on its side,...
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Presidential Campaigns: From George Washington to George W. Bush

Paul F. Boller Jr. - Political Science - 2004 - 496 pages
...independence as soon as possible. "I would not exchange the glory of this Republic," he cried, "for the glory of all the empires that have risen and fallen since time began. "e Toward the end of his campaign Bryan also talked about the overweening power of the trusts in American...
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Arguing about War

Michael Walzer - Political Science - 2005 - 208 pages
...America's pride, a pride greater than empire. "I would not exchange the glory of this Republic for the glory of all the Empires that have risen and fallen since time began." For another of Roosevelt's contemporaries, Senator George Hoar, the pursuit of imperial greatness was...
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