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" Of let him take who has the power, And let him keep who can, the Boers now proceeded to possess themselves of as much territory as they wanted. "
Hearing Before a Subcommittee...: Consisting of Senators Crane, Dolliver and ... - Page 16
by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interstate Commerce - 1909
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Report of the Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the ..., Volumes 28-29

American Federation of Labor - Labor unions - 1908
...title would be the strength and cunning of the individual. We would return to the "Good old plan To let him take who has the power, And let him keep who can." lt follows then that he who has the greatest amount of weaith receives the greatest amount of protection...
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NCEA Bulletin, Volumes 7-9

National Catholic Educational Association - 1910
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The Chicago Medical Recorder, Volume 34

Medicine - 1912
...of diplomacy or in the claim-of a benevolent assimilation : "The good old rule, the simple plan, of let him take who has the power, and let him keep who can," and as a matter of passing interest I can remember but one instance in history where a great man on...
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The Panama Canal

Frederic Jennings Haskin - Panama Canal (Panama) - 1913 - 386 pages
...interests of the people. The whole theory under which these countries are governed is that primitive one: "Let him take who has the power, and let him keep who can." The result is that they are Republics only in name, and that the only way to change administrations...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 116

American literature - 1915
...and good, but no compact can be entered into that will make it secure. Paraphrasing Wordsworth, — ' Let him take who has the power, and let him keep who can.' And there you are; how is the consenting mind to be obtained? The suggestion that land forces be limited...
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Selected Articles on World Peace Including International Arbitration and ...

Mary Katharine Reely (comp) - 1916 - 256 pages
...and good, but no compact can be entered into that will make it secure. Paraphrasing Wordsworth — "Let him take who has the power, and let him keep who can." And there you are : how is the consenting mind to be obtained? The suggestion that land forces be limited...
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Year Book of the New York Southern Society

New York Southern Society - Southern States - 1918
...ready to fight until the world is freed of the monster of Military Autocracy which knows no law except "Let him take who has the power And let him keep who can." We have entered into this war with no passion, no envy, no prejudices, no desire for anything that...
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Labor and the League of Nations

Scott Nearing - Labor - 1919 - 47 pages
...war is an inevitable attribute of capitalism, which relies for its philosophy upon the savage precept "Let him take who has the power and let him keep who can." VII WILL THE LEAGUE BENEFIT LABOR? Will the League of Nations benefit labor? The workers; the nine-tenths;...
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Proceedings of the Annual Meeting, Volume 11

Intergovernmental fiscal relations - 1919
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