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" In my opinion the third sound principle is this : to strive to cultivate and maintain, aye, to the very uttermost, what is called the concert of Europe ; to keep the powers of Europe in union together. And why ? Because by keeping all in union together... "
Representative British Orations: With Introductions and Explanatory Notes - 315 페이지
편집 - 1884
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The Westminster Review, 156권

1901
...doctrines. In my opinion, the third sound principle is this : To strive to cultivate and maintain, ay, to the very uttermost, what is called the Concert of Europe ; to keep the Powers of Europe in unison together. And why ? Because by keeping all in unison together you neutralise and fetter and...
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Political Speeches in Scotland, November and December 1879 [amd] March ..., 1권

William Ewart Gladstone - 1880
...doctrines. In my opinion the third sound principle is this — to strive to cultivate and maintain, ay, to the very uttermost, what is called the concert...too sadly shown that we too have had selfish aims ; hut then common action is fatal to selfish aims. Common action means common objects ; and the only...
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The Contemporary Review, 46권

1884
...— " In my opinion the third sound principle is this — to strive to cultivate and maintain, ay, to the very uttermost, what is called the concert...together. And why ? Because by keeping all in union you neutralize and fetter and bind up the selfish claims of each. I am not here to flatter either England...
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Gladstonian Liberalism in Idea and in Fact: Being an Account, Historical and ...

George Brooks - 1885 - 173 페이지
...we bear as Christians, especially to the Christian nations of the world, the blessings of peace. . In my opinion the third sound principle is this —...why ? Because by keeping all in union together you neutralise and fetter and bind up the selfish aims of each. My fourth principle is — that you should...
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Mr. Gladstone and English Politics ...: An Account, Historical and Critical ...

George Brooks - 1889 - 449 페이지
...we bear as Christians, especially to the Christian nations of the world, the blessings of peace. . . In my opinion the third sound principle is this —...called the concert of Europe , to keep the Powers oi Europe in union together. And why ? Because by keep ing all in union together you neutralise and...
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The World's Famous Orations, 5권

William Jennings Bryan, Francis Whiting Halsey - 1906
...to go with me beyond the seas. And as I wish to do full justice, I will tell you what I think to be the right principles of foreign policy. The first...bind up the selfish aims of each. I am not here to natter either England or any of them. They have selfish aims, as, unfortunately, we in late years have...
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British and American Eloquence

Robert Irving Fulton, Thomas Clarkson Trueblood - 1912 - 403 페이지
...empire, to reserve the expenditure of that strength, for great and worthy occasions abroad. Here is my principle of foreign policy — good government at...here to flatter either England or any of them. They are selfish aims, as, unfortunately, we in late years have too sadly shown that we, too, have had selfish...
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British Foreign Policy 1880-1895

Caroline Alice Wakeman - 1917 - 164 페이지
...the blessings of peace. 3. To strive to cultivate and maintain to the very uttermost the so called Concert of Europe; to keep the powers of Europe in union together. 4. To avoid needless and entangling engagements. 5. To acknowledge the equal rights of all nations....
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The United States and the League

Thomas Herbert Dickinson - 1923 - 151 페이지
...another's burdens not only as among individuals but also as among nations. — THEODORE ROOSEVELT. By keeping all in union together you neutralize and fetter and bind up the selfish aims of each. — GLADSTONE, Midlothian Campaign. Away out in the middle of the Pacific Ocean there is a rocky island...
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The Transatlantic Persuasion: The Liberal-Democratic Mind in the Age of ...

Robert Lloyd Kelley - 1990 - 433 페이지
...unilaterally. Multilateralism in all great matters was essential to everyone's security, for in this way you "neutralize and fetter and bind up the selfish aims of each." Common action was fatal to selfish aims; it would lead to common objects, and these common objects...
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