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" The preservation of peace has been put forward as the object of international policy; it is in its name that great States have concluded between themselves powerful alliances; it is the better to guarantee peace that they have developed in proportions... "
Swords and Ploughshares: Or, The Supplanting of the System of War by the ... - Page 235
by Lucia True Ames Mead - 1912 - 249 pages
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Concord, Volumes 13-15

1898
...preservation of peace has been put forward as the object of international policy. It is in its name that great States have concluded between themselves powerful...the beneficent results of the desired pacification. The financial charges consequent on the upward movement strike at public prosperity at its very source....
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Public Opinion, Volume 25

1898
...preservation of peace has been put forward as an object ol international policy. It is in its name that great states have concluded between themselves powerful...increase them without shrinking from any sacrifice. Nevertheless, all these efforts have not yet been able to bring about the beneficent result desired...
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The Inland Educator: A Journal for the Progressive Teacher, Volumes 7-8

1898
...preservation of peace has been put forward as an object of international policy. It is in its name that great States have concluded between themselves powerful...better to guarantee peace that they have developed, in proportion hitherto unprecedented, their military forces, and still continue to increase them, without...
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The Inland Educator, Volumes 7-8

1898
...preservation of peace has been put forward as an object of international policy. It is in its name that great States have concluded between themselves powerful...better to guarantee peace that they have developed, in proportion hitherto unprecedented, their military forces, and still continue to increase them, without...
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Handbook of the American Academy of Political and Social Science

American Academy of Political and Social Science - 1896
...preservation of peace has been put forward as the object of international policy; it is in its name that great states have concluded between themselves powerful...the beneficent results of the desired pacification. The financial charges following an upward march strike at the public prosperity at its very source....
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The Great Round World, and what is Going ..., Volume 2, Issues 27-39; Volume 7

1898
...longings for general appeasement have grown especially pronounced in the consciences of the civilized nations. The preservation of peace has been put forward...peace that they have developed in proportions hitherto RUSSIAN COSSACK. unprecedented their military forces, and still continue to increase them without shrinking...
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Daily News Almanac and Political Register, Volumes 14-15

1898
...has been put forward as an object of International policy. It Is In Its name that great states nave concluded between themselves powerful alliances. "It...Increase them without shrinking from any sacrifice. Nevertheless, all these efforts have not been able to bring about the beneficent result desired ...
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The Advocate of Peace, Volumes 60-61

1898
...the civilized nations. The preservation of peace has been put forward as the object of interna tional policy. It is in its name that the Great States have...better to guarantee peace that they have developed their military forces in proportions hitherto unknown, and still continue to increase them without...
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The United States of Europe on the Eve of the Parliament of Peace

William Thomas Stead - 1899 - 231 pages
...preservation of peace has been put forward as the object of international policy; it is in its name that great States have concluded between themselves powerful...the beneficent results of the desired pacification. The financial charges following an upward march strike at the public prosperity at its very source....
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The Foreign Policy of the United States: Political and Commercial. Addresses ...

American Academy of Political and Social Science - 1899 - 216 pages
...preservation of peace has been put forward as the object of international policy; it is in its name that great states have concluded between themselves powerful...the beneficent results of the desired pacification. The financial charges following an upward march strike at the public prosperity at its very source....
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