The Autocrats: A Novel

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Doubleday, Page, 1901 - 344 Seiten
 

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Seite 94 - He flung himself on a chair and buried his face in his hands. " My dear boy," said the woman, " you have had no trouble. Your life is before you, and not behind you. Do not make me believe that you are a coward, Hugh.
Seite 177 - ... indispensable requirement, is peace. [Enthusiastic applause, long continued.] No terms until the undisputed authority of the United States shall be acknowledged throughout the archipelago ! After that Congress will make a government under the sovereignty of the United States. [Cries of " Good ! " Applause.] In no other way, gentlemen, can we give peace to the national conscience or peace to the world.
Seite 176 - ... [Laughter.] Some people appear to be disturbed about the President's policy. [Laughter and applause.] The President has no policy against the will of the people. [Enthusiastic applause.] The best policy in this world for man or nation is duty. [Applause.] Where that calls we should follow. We should not halt. We should not hesitate. Responsibility born of duty cannot be evaded with honor. We are in the Philippines. Our flag is there. The first requirement, the indispensable requirement, is peace....
Seite 214 - ... it," replied Bidwell, complacently spreading the page of interviews out in front of him. " If they are satisfied, the men who make the city, who pay the taxes, and employ thousands, why should you object? " " They do not understand it,
Seite 176 - ... (Applause.) Where that calls we should follow. We should not halt. We should not hesitate. Responsibility born of duty cannot be evaded with honor. We are in the Philippines. Our flag is there. The first requirement, the indispensable requirement, is peace. (Enthusiastic applause, long continued.) No terms until the undisputed authority of the United States shall be acknowledged throughout the archipelago! After that Congress will make a government under the sovereignty of the United States....
Seite 183 - ... he asked Bidwell if it were true." " Not alone that," continued the woman, pacing back and forth in the room with an energy that was almost tigerish, " but I only a week ago paid $10,000 for the holdings of a woman who was asked to sell and would have done so. But let me tell you what has happened.
Seite 291 - From the liberty of the country swarm men and women to a new bondage, to be warped and twisted by the fierce heat of competition — competition for all things, for the very air they breathe.
Seite 176 - The best policy in this world for man or nation is duty. [Applause.] Where that calls we should follow. We should not halt. We should not hesitate. Responsibility born of duty cannot be evaded with honor. We are in the Philippines. Our flag is there. The first requirement, the indispensable requirement, is peace. [Enthusiastic applause, long continued.] No terms until the undisputed authority of the United States shall be acknowledged throughout the archipelago ! After that Congress will make a government...
Seite 21 - ... time redemptions will be made at the Public Service Building. It does not appear necessary that the order shall cover any tickets except those that are sold at the rate of six for a quarter or twenty-five for a dollar, other forms of tickets not being affected by this order. ORDER. It is ordered that the sale of tickets at the rate of six for a quarter and tickets at the rate of twenty-five for a dollar shall cease at midnight June 1, 1918. It is further ordered that any of such tickets outstanding...

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