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" We can have no sympathy with those who seek to seize the power of government to advance their own personal interests or ambition. "
The American Year Book: A Record of Events and Progress... - Page 117
1914
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 115

American literature - 1915
...are unfortunate enough to have their common life and their common affairs so tainted and disturbed. We can have no sympathy with those who seek to seize...friends of peace, but we know that there can be no lasting or stable peace in such circumstances. As friends, therefore, we shall prefer those who act...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 117

American literature - 1916
...processes of just government based upon law, not upon arbitrary or irregular force. . . . We cannot have sympathy with those who seek to seize the power of...government to advance their own personal interests or ambitions. We are the friends of peace, but we know that there can be no lasting or stable peace in...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

United States. Department of State - United States - 1920
...are unfortunate enough to have their common life and their common affairs so tainted and disturbed. We can have no sympathy with those who seek to seize...friends of peace, but we know that there can be no lasting or stable peace in such circumstances. As friends, therefore, we shall prefer those who act...
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New Outlook, Volume 104

1913
...governed, and public conscience." Still more significant was the statement that the American people have no sympathy •• with those who seek to seize the power of the government in order to advance their personal ambitions." There are already indications that the...
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The World's Work, Volume 28

1914
...are unfortunate enough to have their common life and their common affairs so tainted and disturbed. We can have no sympathy with those who seek to seize...friends of peace, but we know that there can be no lasting or stable peace in such circumstances. Read as a well-sounding proclamation is usually read,...
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Review of Reviews and World's Work, Volume 49

Albert Shaw - 1914
...messages to Congress since his inauguration, he has constantly maintained that "we [the American people] can have no sympathy with those who seek to seize...advance their own personal interests or ambition." In refusing to recognize General Huerta as President of Mexico, Mr. Wilson's guiding principle, as...
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Mexico and the United States: A Story of Revolution, Intervention and War

Frederick Starr - Mexico - 1914 - 441 pages
...people who are unfortunate enough to have their common life, and their common affairs so disturbed. We can have no sympathy with those who seek to seize the power of government to further their own personal ambition. We are the friends of peace, but we know that there can be no...
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The Monroe Doctrine: An Interpretation

Albert Bushnell Hart - Monroe doctrine - 1916 - 445 pages
...the United States declined to recognize President Huerta on the ground stated by President Wilson : " We can have no sympathy with those who seek to seize...advance their own personal interests or ambition." The special interest of the United States was clearly admitted by the British Premier, Mr. Asquith,...
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Woodrow Wilson: The Man and His Work

Henry Jones Ford - Presidents - 1916 - 332 pages
...are unfortunate enough to have their common life and their common affairs so tainted and disturbed. We can have no sympathy with those who seek to seize...advance their own personal interests or ambition. . . . "The United States has nothing to seek in Central and South America except the lasting interests...
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The Mexican Policy of this Administration ...: Speech in the House of ...

Henry Willson Temple - Mexico - 1916 - 27 pages
...the contrary opinion, and it was commonly believed that he referred to Huerta when he announced — We can have no sympathy with those who seek to seize...government to advance their own personal interests or ambitions. We are the friends of pence, but we know there can be no lasting or stable peace under such...
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