Universal Peace and the School (Document I), item 11

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11/

rights of others were so regarded as

today, both the right of the individ-

ual and the rights of the nation.

A square deal, fair play, honesty

and honor are the

watchwords of business and

politics alike. In such an age,

war has no place. Rights

may be had without war. The

old Latin epigram, In the

midst of war, laws are

silent,  silent enim leges inter arma - Cicero  must now be

changed to, in the midst

of laws, war can find no

place. President Wilson,

whose waiting policy in regard

to Mexico, will, I am sure, re-



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[Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


11/

rights of others were so regarded as

today, both the right of the individ-

ual and the rights of the nation.

A square deal, fair play, honesty

and honor are the

watchwords of business and

politics alike. In such an age,

war has no place. Rights

may be had without war. The

old Latin epigram, In the

midst of war, laws are

silent,  silent enim leges inter arma - Cicero  must now be

changed to, in the midst

of laws, war can find no

place. President Wilson,

whose waiting policy in regard

to Mexico, will, I am sure, re-




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  • October 30, 2017 15:36:53 Thomas A. Lingner

    [Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


    11/

    rights of others were so regarded as

    today, both the right of the individ-

    ual and the rights of the nation.

    A square deal, fair play, honesty

    and honor are the

    watchwords of business and

    politics alike. In such an age,

    war has no place. Rights

    may be had without war. The

    old Latin epigram, In the

    midst of war, laws are

    silent,  silent enim leges inter arma - Cicero  must now be

    changed to, in the midst

    of laws, war can find no

    place. President Wilson,

    whose waiting policy in regard

    to Mexico, will, I am sure, re-



  • July 10, 2017 17:04:33 Annick Rodriguez

    [Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


    11/

    rights of others were so regarded as

    today, both the right of the individ-

    ual and the rights of the nation.

    A square deal, fair play, honesty

    and honor in business are the

    watchwords of business and

    politics alike. In such an age

    war has no place. Rights

    may be had without war. The

    old Latin epigram, In the

    midst of war, laws are

    silent, must now be

    changed to be the midst

    of laws, war can find no

    place. President Wilson

    whose waiting policy in regard

    to Mexico will I am sure, re-




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    Michigan, USA

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