Universal Peace and the School (Document I), item 6

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[Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


6/

with Mexico to help her settle her

own quarrels . When we teachers

shall have done our full

duty, the same minds who

are now suggesting war will

then suggest peace, and the

sentiment of the common

people will be for peace, not war.

  War arises out of two of

man's strongest instincts, acquis-

itiveness, or the desire of possession,

and combativeness or pugnacity.

While our instincts are our

native reflexes, our natural

reactions, they are the reactions

of the animal nature. The


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[Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


6/

with Mexico to help her settle her

own quarrels . When we teachers

shall have done our full

duty, the same minds who

are now suggesting war will

then suggest peace, and the

sentiment of the common

people will be for peace, not war.

  War arises out of two of

man's strongest instincts, acquis-

itiveness, or the desire of possession,

and combativeness or pugnacity.

While our instincts are our

native reflexes, our natural

reactions, they are the reactions

of the animal nature. The



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  • October 30, 2017 15:20:56 Thomas A. Lingner

    [Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


    6/

    with Mexico to help her settle her

    own quarrels . When we teachers

    shall have done our full

    duty, the same minds who

    are now suggesting war will

    then suggest peace, and the

    sentiment of the common

    people will be for peace, not war.

      War arises out of two of

    man's strongest instincts, acquis-

    itiveness, or the desire of possession,

    and combativeness or pugnacity.

    While our instincts are our

    native reflexes, our natural

    reactions, they are the reactions

    of the animal nature. The


  • July 7, 2017 21:54:20 Annick Rodriguez

    [Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


    6/

    with Mexico to help her settle her

    own quarrels . When we teachers

    shall have done our full

    duty as m the same minds who

    are now suggesting war will

    then suggest peace , and the

    sentiment of the common

    people will be for peace, not war,

             War arises out of two of

    man's strongest instincts , acquis-

    itiveness, or the desire of possession

    and combativeness or pugnacity

    While our instincts are our

    native reflexes, our natural

    reactions, they are the reactions

    of the animal nature. The



  • July 7, 2017 21:42:28 Annick Rodriguez

    [Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


    6/

    with Mexico to help her settle her

    own quarrels . When we teachers

    shall have done our full

    duty as m the same minds who

    are now suggesting war will

    then suggest peace , and the




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