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" If these self-evident truths are kept before us, and only if they are so kept before us, we shall have a clear idea of what our foreign policy in its larger aspects should be. It is our duty to remember that a nation has no more right to do injustice... "
The Living Age - Page 326
1905
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1904
...kept before ue, we shall have a clear idea of what our foreign policy in its larger aspects should be. It is our duty to remember that a nation has no more...same moral law applies in one case as in the other. But we must also remember that it is as much the duty of the nation to guard its own rights and its...
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Bulletin of the Pan American Union, Volume 18

Pan American Union - America - 1904
...kept before us, we shall have a clear idea of what our foreign policy in its larger aspects should be. It is our duty to remember that a nation has no more...same moral law applies in one case as in the other. But we must also remember that it is as much the duty of the nation to guard its own rights and its...
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The Living Age, Volume 244

1905
...of justice, of the peace which comes when each nation is not merely safe-guarded In Its own rigihts, but scrupulously recognizes and performs Its duty...the representative of all the individuals— and it is a maxim of the law that for every wrong there is a remedy. But in international law we have not...
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Annual Register

History - 1905
...kept before us, we shall have a clear idea of what our foreign policy in its larger aspects should be. It is our duty to remember that a nation has no more...same moral law applies in one case as in the other. But we must also remember that it is as much the duty of the nation to guard its own rights and its...
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The Annual Register, Volume 146

Edmund Burke - Books - 1905
...kept before us, we shall have a clear idea of what our foreign policy in its larger aspects should be. It is our duty to remember that a nation has no more...same moral law applies in one case as in the other. But we must also remember that it is as much the duty of the nation to guard its own rights and its...
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Great Japan: A Study of National Efficiency

Alfred Stead - Japan - 1906 - 483 pages
...It was the case of a parent who, having told his little boy not to steal his neighbour's apples, and finding that he has gone and stolen a basketful, forgives...the individual has now delegated this right to the State—that is, to the representative of all the individuals —and it is a maxim of the law that...
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Great Japan: A Study of National Efficiency

Alfred Stead - Japan - 1906 - 483 pages
...when there shall prevail throughout the world the peace of justice. There are kinds of peace which arc highly undesirable, which are in the long run as destructive...the representative of all the individuals —and it is a maxim of the law that for every wrong there is a remedy. Rut in international law we have not...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1789-1907, Volume 10

United States. President, James Daniel Richardson - United States - 1908
...kept before us, we shall have a clear idea of what our foreign policy in its larger aspects should be. It is our duty to remember that a nation has no more...same moral law applies in one case as in the other. But we must also remember that it is as much the duty of the Nation to guard its own rights and its...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, Volume 10

United States. President, James Daniel Richardson - United States - 1910
...kept before us, we shall have a clear idea of what our foreign policy in its larger aspects should be. It is our duty to remember that a nation has no more...same moral law applies in one case as in the other. But we must also remember that it is as much the duty of the Nation to guard its own rights and its...
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The Monroe Doctrine: An Interpretation

Albert Bushnell Hart - Monroe doctrine - 1916 - 445 pages
...ridiculous if Force. unsupported by potential force, and then to refuse to provide this force. ... It is our duty to remember that a nation has no more...same moral law applies in one case as in the other. But we must also remember that it is as much the duty of the Nation to guard its own rights and its...
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