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" Our ambition, also, all the world has knowledge of. It is not only to be free and prosperous ourselves, but also to be the friend and thoughtful partisan of those who are free or who desire freedom the world over. If we have had aggressive purposes and... "
The World's Work - Page 126
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
...of men to choose their own lives and of peoples to choose their own allegiance. "Our ambition, also, all the world has knowledge of. It is not only to...over. If we have had aggressive purposes and covetous ambitions, they were the fruit of our thoughtless youth as a Nation, and we have put them aside. "We...
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woodrow wilson as president

eugene c. brooks - 1916
...peoples—of men to choose their own lives and of peoples to choose their own allegiance. "Our ambition, also, all the world has knowledge of. It is not only to...over. If we have had aggressive purposes and covetous ambitions, they were the fruit of our thoughtless youth as a nation, and we have put them aside. We...
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Woodrow Wilson as President

Eugene Clyde Brooks - United States - 1916 - 572 pages
...of men to choose their own lives and of peoples to choose their own allegiance. "Our ambition, also, all the world has knowledge of. It is not only to...over. If we have had aggressive purposes and covetous ambitions, they were the fruit of our thoughtless youth as a nation, and we have put them aside. We...
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The Case for the Filipinos

Maximo Manguiat Kalaw - Philippines - 1916 - 360 pages
...of men to choose their own lives and of peoples to choose their own allegiance. Our ambition, also, all the world has knowledge of. It is not only to...ourselves, but also to be the friend and thoughtful partizan of those who are free or who desire freedom the world over. If we have had aggressive purposes...
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The Case for the Filipinos

Maximo Manguiat Kalaw - Philippines - 1916 - 360 pages
...is not only to be free and prosperous ourselves, but also to be the friend and thoughtful partizan of those who are free or who desire freedom the world...over. If we have had aggressive purposes and covetous ambitions, they were the fruit of our thoughtless youth as a nation and we have put them aside. We...
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President Wilson's State Papers and Addresses

United States. President (1913-1921 : Wilson), Woodrow Wilson - United States - 1917 - 484 pages
...peoples—of men to choose their own lives and of peoples to choose their own allegiance. Our ambition, also, all the world has knowledge of. It is not only to...over. If we have had aggressive purposes and covetous ambitions, they were the fruit of our thoughtless youth as a nation and we have put them aside. We...
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President Wilson, His Problems and His Policy: An English View

Henry Wilson Harris - United States - 1917 - 272 pages
...peoples—of men to choose their own lives, and of peoples to choose their own allegiance. Our ambition also all the world has knowledge of. It is not only to...over. If we have had aggressive purposes and covetous ambitions, they were the fruit of our thoughtless youth as a nation, and we have put them aside. We...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, Volume 18

United States. President - Presidents - 1917
...of men to choose their own lives and of people to choose their own allegiance. Our ambition, also, all the world has knowledge of. It is not only to...over. If we have had aggressive purposes and covetous ambitions, they were the fruit of our thoughtless youth as a nation and we have put them aside. We...
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The Foreign Policy of Woodrow Wilson, 1913-1917

Edgar Eugene Robinson, Victor J. West - United States - 1917 - 426 pages
...utterances upon Pan-American affairs. It was clear to him that American principles were well known. " It is not only to be free and prosperous ourselves,...who are free or who desire freedom the world over. . . . We shall never in any circumstances seek to make an independent people subject to our dominion;...
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New York Times Current History: the European war, Volume 5

1917
...their own allegiance. Our ambition, also, all the world bs.f knowledge of. It is not only to be frei? and prosperous ourselves, but also to be the friend...are free or who desire freedom the world over. If we hav-i had aggressive purposes and covetou,ambitions, they were the fruit of oar thoughtless youth as...
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