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" This doctrine has nothing to do with the commercial relations of any American power, save that it in truth allows each of them to form such as it desires. "
The Anglo-American Magazine - Page 421
1901
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Roosevelt, the Happy Warrior

Bradley Gilman - Presidents - 1921 - 376 pages
...safeguard like independence and secure like permanence for the lesser among the New World Nations. "This doctrine has nothing to do with the commercial...such as it desires. In other words, it is really a guaranty of the commercial independence of the Americas. We do not ask under this doctrine for any...
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Problems in Pan Americanism

Samuel Guy Inman - America - 1921 - 415 pages
...wish for no victories but those of peace, for no territory except our own," and as Roosevelt said, "This Doctrine has nothing to do with the commercial relations of any American powers save that it in truth allows each of them to form such as it desires," and, as President Wilson...
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The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social ..., Volumes 95-96

Political science - 1921
...safeguard like independence and secure like permanence for the lesser among the new world nations ... it is really a guarantee of the commercial independence of the Americas." 'Senate Resolutions, August 2, 1912— Resolved, that when any harbor or other place in the American...
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The Monroe Doctrine: Its Importance in the International Life of the States ...

Alejandro Alvarez, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Division of International Law - Monroe Doctrine - 1924 - 573 pages
...power on American soil. It is in no wise intended as hostile to any nation in the Old World. . . . This doctrine has nothing to do with the commercial...truth allows each of them to form such as it desires. . . . We do not guarantee any state against punishment if it misconducts itself, provided that punishment...
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The Monroe Doctrine: Its Importance in the International Life of the States ...

Alejandro Alvarez, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Division of International Law - Monroe Doctrine - 1924 - 573 pages
...as hostile to any nation in the Old World.' The President further said : ' This doctrine has nsthing to do with the commercial relations of any American...truth allows each of them to form such as it desires. . . . We do not guarantee any State against punishment if it misconducts itself, provided that punishment...
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The Monroe Doctrine: Its Importance in the International Life of the States ...

Alejandro Alvarez, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Division of International Law - Monroe Doctrine - 1924 - 573 pages
...pretended, however, that South American nations were "exempt from the responsibilities of all sorts" which save that it in truth allows each of them to form such as it desires. . . . We do not guarantee any State against punishment if it misconducts itself, provided that punishment...
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The Recent Foreign Policy of the United States: Problems in American ...

George Hubbard Blakeslee - International cooperation - 1925 - 368 pages
...arouse. On this subject President Koosevelt was very definite; he said, referring to PanAmericanism, "This doctrine has nothing to do with the commercial...truth allows each of them to form such as it desires." Secretary Hughes has gone much further; he has adopted the policy of negotiating commercial treaties...
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The New International Encyclopędia, Volume 16

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1922
...and, after stating the accepted prohibition against territorial and political aggrandizement, he said: "This doctrine has nothing to do with the commercial...allows each of them to form such as it desires." In 1904 he said: "Brutal wrongdoing, or impotence which results in the general loosening of the ties of...
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Memorandum on the Monroe Doctrine

Joshua Reuben Clark - Monroe doctrine - 1930 - 238 pages
...neutrality was maintained to> the end." In his message of December 3, 1901, President Roosevelt declared : This doctrine has nothing to do with the commercial...truth allows each of them to form such as it desires. . . We do not guarantee any state against punishment if it misconducts itself, provided that punishment...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 98

American literature - 1906
...the following reference to the ^Monroe doctrine in President Roosevelt's message of December 3, 1901: "This doctrine has nothing to do with the commercial relations of any American VOL. 98 - NO. 4 power, save that it in truth allows each of them to form such as it desires. In other...
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