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" America has not opened its doors in vain to men and women out of other nations. The vast majority of those who have come to take advantage of her hospitality have united their spirits with hers as well as their fortunes. These men who speak alien sympathies... "
The World's Work - Page 129
1916
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History of the Manhattan Club: A Narrative of the Activities of Half a Century

Henry Watterson - Clubs - 1915 - 165 pages
...vast majority of those who have come to take advantage of her hospitality have united their spirit with hers as well as their fortunes. These men who...unison of a common, unhesitating national feeling. I do not doubt that upon the first occasion, upon the first opportunity, upon the first definite challenge,...
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Woodrow Wilson as President

Eugene Clyde Brooks - United States - 1916 - 572 pages
...flag is unfurled." From Woodrow Wilson's Address on Flag Day, June, 1915. LET NO MAN CREATE DIVISION "The only thing within our own borders that has given...unison of a common, unhesitating national feeling. I do not doubt that upon the first occasion, upon the first opportunity, upon the first definite challenge,...
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woodrow wilson as president

eugene c. brooks - 1916
...flag is unfurled." From Woodrow Wilson's Address on Flag Day, June, 1915. LET NO MAN CREATE DIVISION "The only thing within our own borders that has given...she is prepared to maintain her own great position ia that the real voice of the nation should sound forth unmistakably and in majestic volume, in the...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, Volume 18

United States. President - Presidents - 1917
...privileges of our people, our sacred heritage of the fathers who struggled to make us an independent nation. The only thing within our own borders that has given...unison of a common, unhesitating national feeling. I do not doubt that upon the first occasion, upon the first opportunity, upon the first definite challenge,...
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The Foreign Policy of Woodrow Wilson, 1913-1917

Edgar Eugene Robinson, Victor J. West - United States - 1917 - 426 pages
...voices have been raised in America professing to be the voices of Americans which were not in deed and in truth American, but which spoke alien sympathies,...unison of a common, unhesitating national feeling. I do not doubt that upon the first occasion, upon the first opportunity, upon the first definite challenge,...
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The Foreign Policy of Woodrow Wilson, 1913-1917

Edgar Eugene Robinson, Victor J. West - United States - 1917 - 426 pages
...privileges of our people, our sacred heritage of the fathers who struggled to make us an independent nation. but which spoke alien sympathies, which came from...unison of a common, unhesitating national feeling. I do not doubt that upon the first occasion, upon the first opportunity, upon the first definite challenge,...
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Winning Declamations and how to Speak Them ...: Part I--for Intermediate and ...

Edwin Du Bois Shurter - Elocution - 1917 - 303 pages
...antagonisms where there are none, — such men are not the spokesmen of the great mass of Americans, but the spokesmen of small groups whom it is high time...unison of a common, unhesitating national feeling. I do not doubt that upon the first occasion, upon the first opportunity, upon the first challenge,...
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Foreign Policy of President Wilson: Messages, Addresses and Papers

James Brown Scott - United States - 1918
...privileges of our people, our sacred heritage of the fathers who struggled to make us an independent nation. The only thing within our own borders that has given...unison of a common, unhesitating national feeling. I do not doubt that upon the first occasion, upon the first opportunity, upon the first definite challenge,...
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President Wilson's Foreign Policy: Messages, Addresses, Papers

United States. President (1913-1921 : Wilson), Woodrow Wilson - United States - 1918 - 424 pages
...privileges of our people, our sacred heritage of the fathers who struggled to make us an independent nation. The only thing within our own borders that has given...unison of a common, unhesitating national feeling. I do not doubt that upon the first occasion, upon the first opportunity, upon the first definite challenge,...
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Complete Course in Public Speaking

Joseph Albert Mosher - Gesture - 1920 - 631 pages
...influence produced by their deeds and words themselves upon the national character. (ROOSEVELT) XIV. The chief thing necessary in America in order that...unison of a common, unhesitating national feeling. (PRESIDENT WILSON) Pause In treating the subject of pause separately, the purpose is to deal with a...
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