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" We believe that a spirit of justice, of common and equal interest between the American States will leave no room for an artificial balance of power like unto that which has led to wars abroad and drenched Europe in blood. "
Prelimnary reports Weights and measures. Inter-continental railway ... - Página 42
1890
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Household Guest, Volumen4

1889
...a'ld equal interest, between the American States will leave no room for an artificial balance of power like unto that which has led to wars abroad and drenched...candor and maintained with good faith, will remove from the American States the necessity of guarding boundary lines between themselves with fortifications...
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Our Day: A Record and Review of Current Reform, Volumen4

1889
...and equal interest, between the American States will leave no room for an artificial balance of power like unto that which has led to wars abroad and drenched...candor and maintained with good faith, will remove from the American States the necessity of guarding boundary lines between themselves with fortifications...
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James G. Blaine: A Study of His Life and Career, from the Standpoint of a ...

Theron Clark Crawford - 1893 - 628 páginas
...and equal interest between the American States will leave no room for an artificial balance of power like unto that which has led to wars abroad and drenched...believe that standing armies, beyond those which are 8 •r. as SI z e needful for public order and the safety of internal administration, should be unknown...
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Life and Work of James G. Blaine

John Clark Ridpath, Selden Connor - 1893 - 473 páginas
...interest, between the American States, will leave no room for an artificial balance of power alike unto that which has led to wars abroad and drenched...of guarding boundary lines between themselves with fortification and military force. We believe that standing armies, beyond those which are needful for...
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Life and Work of James G. Blaine

John Clark Ridpath; Selden Connor - 1893
...interest, between the American States, will leave no room for an artificial balance of power alike unto that which has led to wars abroad and drenched...of guarding boundary lines between themselves with fortification and military force. We believe that standing armies, beyond those which are needful for...
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Great American Legislators: Source Extracts

Howard Walter Caldwell - 1900 - 247 páginas
...and equal interest between the American states, will leave no room for an artificial balance of power like unto that which has led to wars abroad and drenched Europe in blood. We believe that ~- TMiU maintained with «oort t; ith, ^^.^ between themselveH with force. that rtar,dh,K armies, beyond...
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Publication, Tema 17

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Division of Intercourse and Education - 1920
...and equal interest between the American States, will leave no room for an artificial balance of power like unto that which has led to wars abroad and drenched Europe in blood. \Ve believe that friendship, avowed with candor and maintained with good faith, will remove from American...
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United States Congressional Serial Set

1928
...and equal interest between the American States, will leave no room for an artificial balance of power like unto that which has led to wars abroad and drenched...themselves with fortifications and military force. SERORES DE I/A CONFERENCIA INTERNACIONAL AMERICANA: Os doy la bienvenida a esta capital a nombre del...
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Bulletin of the Pan American Union, Volumen77

Pan American Union - 1943
...and equal interest between the American States, will leave no room for an artificial balance of power like unto that which has led to wars abroad and drenched...fortifications and military force. . . . "We believe that friendship and not force, the spirit of just law and not the violence of the mob, should be the recognized...
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Bulletin of the Pan American Union, Volumen66

Pan American Union - 1932
...interest between tl American States, will leave no room for an artificial balance of power like un that which has led to wars abroad and drenched Europe...standing armies, beyond those which are needful for pub] order and the safety of internal administration, should be unknown on bo American continents....
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