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" The Philippines stand upon a different basis It is none the less true, however, that, without any ongmal thought of complete or even partial acquisition, the presence and success of our arms at Manila imposes upon us obligations which we cannot disregard.... "
The Life of William McKinley - Page 84
by Charles Sumner Olcott - 1916
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Official Proceedings of the ... Republican National Convention

United States - 1900
...good under the demands of civilization, rather than to ambitious designs. * * * "Without any original thought of complete or even partial acquisition, the presence and success of our arms at Manila impose upon us obligations which we cannot disregard. The march of events rules and overrules human...
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National Platforms of the Republican, Democratic, Fusion Populist Or Peoples ...

Union Pacific Railway Company - Campaign literature - 1900 - 79 pages
...good under the demands of civilization, rather than to ambitious designs. . . . "Without any original thought of complete or even partial acquisition, the presence and success of our arms in Manila imposes upon us obligations which we can not disregard. The march of events rules and overrules...
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American Relations in the pacific and the far east

James Morton Callahan - 1901
...occupation across the Pacific. At the close of the war, though we had taken up arms " without any original thought of complete or even partial acquisition," the presence and success of our arms in Manila brought our republican empire new opportunities which she could not wisely reject, and new...
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American Relations in the Pacific and the Far East, 1784-1900

James Morton Callahan - Constitutional history - 1901 - 177 pages
...occupation across the Pacific. At the close of the war, though we had taken up arms " without any original thought of complete or even partial acquisition," the presence and success of our arms in Manila brought our republican empire new opportunities which she could not wisely reject, and new...
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The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

John Martin Vincent - History - 1901 - 131 pages
...occupation across the Pacific. At the close of the war, though we had taken up arms " without any original thought of complete or even partial acquisition," the presence and success of our arms in Manila brought our republican empire new opportunities which she could not wisely reject, and new...
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American Diplomacy in the Orient

John Watson Foster - Eastern question (Far East) - 1903 - 498 pages
...success of our arms at Manila [which had been surrendered the day after the protocol was signed] impose upon us obligations which we cannot disregard. The...march of events rules and overrules human action." The commissioners were directed to ask for the cession of the island of Luzon, and for reciprocal commercial...
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American Diplomacy in the Orient

John Watson Foster - Eastern question (Far East) - 1903 - 498 pages
...President had changed his attitude. The instructions given the commissioners say : " Without any original thought of complete or even partial acquisition, the presence and success of our arms at Manila [which had been surrendered the day after the protocol was signed] impose upon us obligations which...
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The New Era in the Philippines

Arthur Judson Brown - Missions - 1903 - 314 pages
...to demand the island of Luzon together with the following significant words : "Without any original thought of complete or even partial acquisition, the presence and success of our arms at Manila impose upon us obligations which we cannot disregard. The march of events rules and overrules human...
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South Carolina Women in the Confederacy, Volume 1

United Daughters of the Confederacy. South Carolina Division - Charities - 1903 - 413 pages
...occupation across the Pacific. At the close of the war, though we had taken up arms " without any original thought of complete or even partial acquisition," the presence and success of our arms in Manila brought our republican empire new opportunities which she could not wisely reject, and new...
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An Observer in the Philippines: Or, Life in Our New Possessions

John Bancroft Devins - Philippines - 1905 - 416 pages
...success of our arms at Manila" (which had been surrendered the day after the protocol was signed) "impose upon us obligations which we cannot disregard. The...march of events rules and overrules human action." The Commissioners were directed to ask for the cession of the island of Luzon, and for reciprocal commercial...
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