Speech on Patriotism (Document 3), item 18

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18/

of seeing two dogs fight for

a bone, two hogs quarrel

over an ear of corn.

Primitive man was a brute

in that he knew no other

way than this to settle a

difference, but with the progress

of civilization, has developed

courts as a means

of adjusting disputes between

individuals. It now

remains as a natural

development from the

idea of courts to organize

an international court

for the decision of international

disputes. & to bring about arbitration treaties. In the inspiring

language of Andrew

Carnegie , in his letter of

transmittal of his $10,000,000

peace gift (Here quote from


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18/

of seeing two dogs fight for

a bone, two hogs quarrel

over an ear of corn.

Primitive man was a brute

in that he knew no other

way than this to settle a

difference, but with the progress

of civilization, has developed

courts as a means

of adjusting disputes between

individuals. It now

remains as a natural

development from the

idea of courts to organize

an international court

for the decision of international

disputes. & to bring about arbitration treaties. In the inspiring

language of Andrew

Carnegie , in his letter of

transmittal of his $10,000,000

peace gift (Here quote from



Transcription history
  • November 18, 2017 03:20:40 Thomas A. Lingner

    18/

    of seeing two dogs fight for

    a bone, two hogs quarrel

    over an ear of corn.

    Primitive man was a brute

    in that he knew no other

    way than this to settle a

    difference, but with the progress

    of civilization, has developed

    courts as a means

    of adjusting disputes between

    individuals. It now

    remains as a natural

    development from the

    idea of courts to organize

    an international court

    for the decision of international

    disputes. & to bring about arbitration treaties. In the inspiring

    language of Andrew

    Carnegie , in his letter of

    transmittal of his $10,000,000

    peace gift (Here quote from


  • July 5, 2017 00:29:37 Annick Rodriguez

    18/

    of seeing two dogs fight for

    a bone, two hogs quarrel

    over an ear of corn.

    Primitive [insert] man [/insert] was a brute

    in that he knew no other

    way than this to settle a

    difference but with the progress

    of civilization, was has de-

    veloped courts as a means

    of adjusting disputes between

    individuals.  ...  It now

    remains as a natural

    development from the

    idea of courts to organize

    an international court

    for the decision of interna-

    tional disputes. [insert] + to bring about arbitration treaties [/insert] In the in-

    spiring language of Andrew

    Carnegie , in his letter of

    transmittal of his $10,000,000

    peace gift (Here quote from



  • July 5, 2017 00:29:09 Annick Rodriguez

    18/

    of seeing two digs fight for

    a bone, two hogs quarrel

    over an ear of corn.

    Primitive [insert] man [/insert] was a brute

    in that he knew no other

    way than this to settle a

    difference but with the progress

    of civilization, was has de-

    veloped courts as a means

    of adjusting disputes between

    individuals.  ...  It now

    remains as a natural

    development from the

    idea of courts to organize

    an international court

    for the decision of interna-

    tional disputes. [insert] + to bring about arbitration treaties [/insert] In the in-

    spiring language of Andrew

    Carnegie , in his letter of

    transmittal of his $10,000,000

    peace gift (Here quote from



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October 2, 1915
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