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" ... we may well wonder, in view of the precedents now established, whether constitutional government as heretofore maintained in this republic could survive another great war even victoriously waged. "
Lend-lease Bill: Hearings Before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Unites ... - Page 321
by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs - 1941 - 692 pages
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The North American Review, Volume 212

North American review - 1920
...which they were never intended, and •we may well wonder, in view of the precedents now established, whether constitutional government as heretofore maintained...survive another great war even victoriously waged. Coming from such a source — from a man of high distinction in the public life of the nation, from...
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The Railroad Telegrapher, Volume 38, Part 1

Telegraph - 1921
...for which they were never intended, and we may .well wonder in view of the precedents now established whether constitutional government as heretofore maintained...survive another great war even victoriously waged. "Apart from these conditions, we cannot afford to ignore the indications that, perhaps to an extent...
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Lend-lease Bill: Hearings..., on H.R. 1776...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs - 1941 - 692 pages
...believe in war you should support a plain, honest, open declaration of war. Let the experts decide how many men it will take right away. The bill you are...survive another great war even victoriously waged." declaring war, which is one of the most precious possessions of our democracy. Mr. FISH. Mr. Thomas,...
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Leadership, Volume 2

William Russell White - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1951
...in my judgment, American government. "We may well wonder, in view of the precedents now established, whether constitutional government as heretofore maintained...this republic could survive another great war even if victoriously waged." — CE Hughes. "We will not do what we do not want to do. We can be fooled...
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Edward S. Corwin's The Constitution and what it Means Today

Edward S. Corwin, Harold W. Chase, Craig R. Ducat - Law - 1978 - 673 pages
...World War I before him, Mr. Hughes raised the question "whether constitutional government as hitherto maintained in this Republic could survive another great war, even victoriously waged." New York Times, June 22, 1920. peacetime recede into the background in wartime. Under the doctrine...
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Freedom Under Fire: U.S. Civil Liberties in Times of War

Michael Linfield - Law - 1990 - 282 pages
...which they were never intended, and we may well wonder, in view of the precedents now established, whether constitutional government as heretofore maintained...could survive another great war even victoriously waged.114 Although the Espionage and Sedition Acts were written to deal with war-time emergencies,...
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Peaceful Revolution: Constitutional Change and American Culture from ...

Maxwell H. Bloomfield, Professor of History and Law Emeritus Maxwell Bloomfield - History - 2000 - 209 pages
...wonder in view of the precedents now established," wrote former Justice Charles Evans Hughes in 1920, "whether constitutional government as heretofore maintained...could survive another great war even victoriously waged."2 Such sentiments echoed in the popular media during the immediate postwar period. The Saturday...
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Perilous Times: Free Speech in Wartime from the Sedition Act of 1798 to the ...

Geoffrey R. Stone, Professor of Law Geoffrey R Stone - History - 2004 - 730 pages
...military exigency has passed. . . . and we may well wonder in view of the precedents now established whether constitutional government as heretofore maintained...could survive another great war even victoriously waged."'66 "THK MATTJRKR JUDGMKNT OF POSTKRITY" MANY THEMES PLAYED OUT in the actions taken by the...
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White House Studies Compendium, Volume 2

Robert W. Watson - History - 2007 - 448 pages
...which they were never intended, and we may well wonder, in view of the precedents now established, whether constitutional government as heretofore maintained...could survive another great war even victoriously waged.48 In effect, Hughes was asking whether constitutional government can operate properly and efficiently...
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The North American Review, Volume 212

North American review - 1920
...which they were never intended, and we may well wonder, in view of the precedents now established, whether constitutional government as heretofore maintained...survive another great war even victoriously waged. Coming from such a source — from a man of high distinction in the public life of the nation, from...
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