Harvard Alumni Bulletin, Volume 19

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Harvard Bulletin, Incorporated, 1916
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Page 590 - To such a task we can dedicate our lives and our fortunes, everything that we are and everything that we have, with the pride of those who know that the day has come when America is privileged to spend her blood and her might for the principles that gave her birth and happiness and the peace which she has treasured. God helping her, she can do no other.
Page 587 - ... which ministers to their sustenance. We are speaking of no selfish material rights but of rights which our hearts support and whose foundation is that righteous passion for justice upon which all law, all structures alike of family, of state, and of mankind must rest, as upon the ultimate base of our existence and our liberty. I cannot imagine any man with American principles at his heart hesitating to defend these things.
Page 590 - Right in the van, On the red rampart's slippery swell, With heart that beat a charge, he fell Foeward, as fits a man: But the high soul burns on to light men's feet Where death for noble ends makes dying sweet...
Page 587 - In the measures to be taken to secure the future peace of the world the people and Government of the United States are as vitally and as directly interested as the Governments now at war. Their interest, moreover, in the means to be adopted to relieve the smaller and weaker peoples of the world of the peril of wrong and violence is as quick and ardent as that of any other people or Government. They stand ready, and even eager, to cooperate in the accomplishment of these ends, when the war is over,...
Page 426 - ... or the equivalent of money, such as board and lodging, etc., unless the source and character of these gifts or payments to him shall be approved by the committee of the three chairmen on the ground that they have not accrued to him primarily because of his ability as an athlete.
Page 294 - The fact of a neutral Power resisting, even by force, attempts to violate its neutrality cannot be regarded as a hostile act.
Page 667 - The report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue for the year ended June 30, 1930, shows that 331,288,735 pounds of oleomargarine was withdrawn tax paid.
Page 293 - A neutral Power is not called upon to prevent the export or transport, on behalf of one or other of the belligerents, of arms, munitions of war, or, in general, of anything which can be of use to...
Page 587 - We are provincials no longer. The tragical events of the thirty months of vital turmoil through which we have just passed have made us citizens of the world. There can be no turning back. Our own fortunes as a nation are involved, whether we would have it so or 25 not.
Page 301 - Fewer courses, more thoroughly given, which would free instructors for a larger amount of personal supervision of the students, would be better for the pupils; and would make it possible for the university to allow those members of the staff who are capable of original work of a high order more time for productive scholarship. Many a professor at the present day, under the pressure of preparing a new course, cannot find time to work up the discoveries he has made, or to publish a work throwing a...

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