Speech on Patriotism (Document 3), item 26

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only will the next generation

be taught that

there is a better way, namely

the way of arbitration.

   2. When this conception of

justice shall take possession

of the nations with such power

as to compel them to act upon

it no prophet can today foretell.

It may be in the next

generation, it may be in the

next century. Meanwhile

until a world court is

established, nations will

continue as a finality to

make war upon their enemies

as is seen in Europe today. In

such a case , when it is possible that any nation

may be made the prey of an

ambitious monarch, it seems

that the part of wisdom must


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25/

only will the next generation

be taught that

there is a better way, namely

the way of arbitration.

   2. When this conception of

justice shall take possession

of the nations with such power

as to compel them to act upon

it no prophet can today foretell.

It may be in the next

generation, it may be in the

next century. Meanwhile

until a world court is

established, nations will

continue as a finality to

make war upon their enemies

as is seen in Europe today. In

such a case , when it is possible that any nation

may be made the prey of an

ambitious monarch, it seems

that the part of wisdom must



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  • November 18, 2017 04:09:00 Thomas A. Lingner

    25/

    only will the next generation

    be taught that

    there is a better way, namely

    the way of arbitration.

       2. When this conception of

    justice shall take possession

    of the nations with such power

    as to compel them to act upon

    it no prophet can today foretell.

    It may be in the next

    generation, it may be in the

    next century. Meanwhile

    until a world court is

    established, nations will

    continue as a finality to

    make war upon their enemies

    as is seen in Europe today. In

    such a case , when it is possible that any nation

    may be made the prey of an

    ambitious monarch, it seems

    that the part of wisdom must


  • July 5, 2017 17:46:26 Annick Rodriguez

    25/

    only will the next generation

    be taught clearly how that

    there is a better way, namely

    the  f way of arbitration.

       2. When this conception of

    justice shall take possession

    of the nations with such power

    as to compel them to act upon

    it no prophet can today fore-

    tell. It may be in the next

    generation it may be in the

    next century. Meanwhile

    until a world court is

    established , nations will

    continue as a finality to

    make war upon their enemies

    as is seen in Europe today. In

    such a case , when [insert] it is possible that [/insert] any nation

    may be made the prey of an

    ambitious monarch, it seems

    that the part of wisdom must



  • July 5, 2017 17:44:29 Annick Rodriguez

    25/

    only will the next generation

    be taught clearly how that

    there is a better way, namely

    the  f way of arbitration.

       2. When this conception of

    justice shall take possession

    of the nations with such power

    as to compel them to act upon

    it no prophet can today fore-

    tell. It may be in the next

    generation it may be in the



  • July 5, 2017 17:42:09 Annick Rodriguez

    25/

    only will the next generation

    be taught clearly how that

    there is a better way, namely

    the  f way of arbitration.

       2. When this conception of

    justice shall


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October 2, 1915
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