Speech on Patriotism (Document 3), item 13

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13/

We are told by one party that

war is the high tide of national

life, that peace intervals are

only the preparation for the

expression of the noblest in man

in time of war. By another party

we are told that war is a relic

of barbarism a running sore

on the body politic, and that the

most important task

before the world is to excise

this cancer. Mr.

Roosevelt stands at one end of

the scale, Mr. Bryan at the 

other; between them is every

variety of opinion and belief.

In such a multitude of counsellors,

where shall wisdom

be found? As teachers of the

young , we exert a mighty

influence in the formation

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13/

We are told by one party that

war is the high tide of national

life, that peace intervals are

only the preparation for the

expression of the noblest in man

in time of war. By another party

we are told that war is a relic

of barbarism a running sore

on the body politic, and that the

most important task

before the world is to excise

this cancer. Mr.

Roosevelt stands at one end of

the scale, Mr. Bryan at the 

other; between them is every

variety of opinion and belief.

In such a multitude of counsellors,

where shall wisdom

be found? As teachers of the

young , we exert a mighty

influence in the formation


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  • November 18, 2017 03:05:45 Thomas A. Lingner

    13/

    We are told by one party that

    war is the high tide of national

    life, that peace intervals are

    only the preparation for the

    expression of the noblest in man

    in time of war. By another party

    we are told that war is a relic

    of barbarism a running sore

    on the body politic, and that the

    most important task

    before the world is to excise

    this cancer. Mr.

    Roosevelt stands at one end of

    the scale, Mr. Bryan at the 

    other; between them is every

    variety of opinion and belief.

    In such a multitude of counsellors,

    where shall wisdom

    be found? As teachers of the

    young , we exert a mighty

    influence in the formation

  • August 1, 2017 12:38:24 Lisa P (F&F)

    13/

    We are told by one party that

    war is the high tide it of national

    life, that peace intervals are

    only the preparation for the

    expression of the noblest in man

    in time of war. By another party

    we are told that war is a relic

    of barbarism a running sore

    on the body politic, and that the

    most important work in task

    before the world is to excise

    this cancer. In this Mr.

    Roosevelt stands at one end of

    the scale, Mr. Bryan at the 

    other; between them are is every

    variety of opinion and belief.

    In such a multitude of coun-

    sellors, where shall wisdom

    be found? As teachers of the

    young , we exert a mighty

    influence in the formation


  • July 4, 2017 17:18:58 Annick Rodriguez

    13/

    We are told by one party that

    war is the high tide it of national

    life, that peace intervals are

    only the preparation for the

    expression of the noblest in man

    in time of war. By and thru party

    we are told that war is a relic

    of barbarism a running sore

    on the body politic, and that the

    most important work in task

    before the world is to excise

    this cancer. In this Mr.

    Roosevelt stands at one sud of

    the scale, Mr Bryan at the 

    other; between them are is every

    variety of opinion and belief.

    In such a multitude of coun-

    sellors, where shall wisdom

    be found? As teachers of the

    young , we exert a mighty

    influence in the formation


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    Saginaw, Michigan, USA

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19536 / 221312
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Hope Elizabeth May
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October 2, 1915
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