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" No other great power would under similar circumstances fail to assert a rightful control over a work so closely and vitally affecting its interest and welfare. "
Appleton's Cyclopædia of American Biography - 第 136 頁
由 編輯 - 1887
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A Short History of the United States

John Spencer Bassett - 1913 - 885 頁
...change our geographical conditions and liecome "virtually a part of our coast line." He continued, "Xo other great power would, under similar circumstances,...control over a work so closely and vitally affecting its interests and welfare." Congress, however, did nothing. Elaine, secretary of state under Garfield,...
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American Diplomacy

Carl Russell Fish - 1915 - 541 頁
...and our Pacific shores, and virtually a part of the coast line of the United States. . . . No other power would under similar circumstances fail to assert...closely and vitally affecting its interest and welfare." Evarts proposed to Colombia that all cessions be considered as subject to the treaty of 1846, and that...
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The Monroe Doctrine: An Interpretation. With Colored Map

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1916 - 445 頁
...and safety are matters of paramount concern to the people of the United States. No other great powers would, under similar circumstances, fail to assert...closely and vitally affecting its interest and welfare." In these two documents a new policy and two new phrases — "paramount interest" and "coast line of...
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America's Foreign Relations, 第 2 卷

Willis Fletcher Johnson - 1916
...consistently with the rights of the nations to be affected by it. ... No other great power would, un^er similar circumstances, fail to assert a rightful control...closely and vitally affecting its interest and welfare." It is pertinent to recall that these memorable words — the most advanced, radical, and aggressive...
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League of Nations Magazine, 第 3 卷

1917
...to our means of defense, our unity, peace and safety, are matters of paramount concern to the people of the United States. No other great power would,...closely and vitally affecting its interest and welfare." Under President Garfield, Secretary of State Blaine reiterated with his wonted vigor the American Doctrine...
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A League of Nations, 第 1 卷

1918
...to our means of defense, our unity, peace and safety are matters of paramount concern to the people of the United States. No other great power would,...closely and vitally affecting its interest and welfare. 6. PRESIDENT HARRISON'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS, MARCH 4, 1889." We have happily maintained a policy of avoiding...
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The United States and Latin America

John Holladay Latané - 1920 - 344 頁
...our means of defense, our unity, peace, and safety, are matters of paramount concern to the people of the United States. No other great power would,...control over a work so closely and vitally affecting its interests and welfare. Without urging further the grounds of my opinion, I repeat, in conclusion, that...
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The Monroe Doctrine and the Great War

Arnold Bennett Hall - 1920 - 177 頁
...and safety are matters of paramount concern to the people of the United States. No other great powers would, under similar circumstances, fail to assert...closely and vitally affecting its interest and welfare. In 1881, President Garfield declared in his inaugural address that it was the " Right and duty of the...
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The control of the Isthmus 1878-1888

Irene Drost Higgins - 1921 - 94 頁
...United Stetes in the proposed waterway, as predominating among those of all nations, he said: "lío other great power would, under similar circumstances,...so closely and vitally affecting its interest and welfare."14 The correspondence which the Senate had recreated, and which accompanied President Hayes1...
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A Short History of the United States, 1492-1920

John Spencer Bassett - 1921 - 942 頁
...would change our geographical conditions and become "virtually a part of our coast line." He continued, "No other great power would, under similar circumstances,...control over a work so closely and vitally affecting its interests and welfare." Congress, however, did nothing. Elaine, secretary of state under Garfield,...
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