Universal Peace and the School (Document I), item 20

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army and navy expend-

iture of the United States increased

210% from 1872 to 1912, but

does any one think for a

moment that our commercial

and industrial prosperity

of the past generation has

had any connection with

this enormous military +

naval outlay? Not at all.

Our prosperity is due to our

development of

our fabulous natural

resources and has no connection

with our warlike expansion.

  The second instinct which has

led man to war in the past is

pugnacity, the impulse to strike at

a foe. This instinct will always be of

the greatest value in defense and

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army and navy expend-

iture of the United States increased

210% from 1872 to 1912, but

does any one think for a

moment that our commercial

and industrial prosperity

of the past generation has

had any connection with

this enormous military +

naval outlay? Not at all.

Our prosperity is due to our

development of

our fabulous natural

resources and has no connection

with our warlike expansion.

  The second instinct which has

led man to war in the past is

pugnacity, the impulse to strike at

a foe. This instinct will always be of

the greatest value in defense and


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  • October 30, 2017 16:14:38 Thomas A. Lingner

    army and navy expend-

    iture of the United States increased

    210% from 1872 to 1912, but

    does any one think for a

    moment that our commercial

    and industrial prosperity

    of the past generation has

    had any connection with

    this enormous military +

    naval outlay? Not at all.

    Our prosperity is due to our

    development of

    our fabulous natural

    resources and has no connection

    with our warlike expansion.

      The second instinct which has

    led man to war in the past is

    pugnacity, the impulse to strike at

    a foe. This instinct will always be of

    the greatest value in defense and

  • October 30, 2017 16:14:06 Thomas A. Lingner

    army and navy expend-

    iture of the United States increased

    210% from 1872 to 1912, but

    does any one think for a

    moment that our commercial

    and industrial prosperity

    of the past generation has

    had any connection with

    this enormous military +

    naval outlay? Not at all.

    Our prosperity is due to our

    development of

    our fabulous natural

    resources and has no connection

    with our warlike expansion.

             The second instinct which has

    led man to war in the past is

    pugnacity, the impulse to strike at

    a foe. This instinct will always be of

    the greatest value in defense and


  • July 10, 2017 18:52:45 Annick Rodriguez

    increase in army and navy expend-

    iture of the United States increased

    210% from 1872 to 1912, but

    does any one think for a

    moment that our commercial

    and industrial prosperity

    of the past generation has

    had any connection with

    this enormous military +

    naval outlay? Not at all.

    Our prosperity is die to our

    scientific development of

    our fabulous natural

    resources and has no connection

    with out mil warlike expansion.

             The second instinct which has

    led man to war in the past is

    it pugnacity the impulse to strike at

    a foe. This instinct which is of will always be of

    the greatest value in defense and


  • July 10, 2017 18:52:28 Annick Rodriguez

    increase in army and navy expend-

    iture of the United States increased

    210% from 1872 to 1912, but

    does any one think for a

    moment that our commercial

    and industrial prosperity

    of the past generation has

    had any connection with

    this enormous military +

    naval outlay? Not at all.

    Our prosperity is die to our

    scientific development of

    our fabulous natural

    resources and has no connection

    with out mil warlike expansion.

             The second instinct which has

    led man to war in the past is

    it pugnacity the impulse to strike at

    a foe. This instinct which is of will always be of

    the greatest value in defence and


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    Michigan, USA

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  • Story location Michigan, USA


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Hope Elizabeth May
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