The Textile American, Volúmenes29-30

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Textile American Publishing Company, 1918

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Página 16 - I have outlined. It is the principle of justice to all peoples and nationalities, and their right to live on equal terms of liberty and safety with one another, whether they be strong or weak.
Página 58 - I speak as one who has seen the spirit of the Prussian governing class at work from close by, having at its disposal and using to the full practically every agency for molding the public mind. I have watched it proceed with relentless persistency and profound cunning...
Página 16 - The moral climax of this the culminating and final war for human liberty has come, and they are ready to put their own strength, their own highest purpose, their own integrity and devotion to the test.
Página 33 - George M. Reynolds, president of the Continental and Commercial National Bank of Chicago...
Página 16 - ... An evident principle runs through the whole program I have outlined. It is the principle of justice to all peoples and nationalities and their right to live on equal terms of liberty and safety with one another, whether they be strong or weak. Unless this principle be made its foundation, no part of the structure of international justice can stand. The people of the United States could act upon no other principle, and to the vindication of this principle they are ready to devote their lives,...
Página 58 - I have hated and loathed that spirit ever since it came within my ken many years ago; hated it all the more as I saw it ruthlessly pulling down a thing which was dear to me — the old Germany to which I was linked by ties of blood, by fond memories and cherished sentiments. The difference in the degree of guilt as between the German people and their Prussian or Prussianized rulers and leaders for the monstrous crime of this war and the atrocious barbarism of its conduct is the difference...
Página 7 - Only $3,808,766,150 of the bonds was allotted. This campaign was marked with the same enthusiastic support of the public as its predecessor. The labor and fraternal organizations were especially active in this campaign, and the women of the country did efficient organized work which greatly contributed to the success of the loan. The men in the Army and Navy worked for and subscribed largely to the loan. The Third Liberty Loan campaign opened on April 6, 1918, one year exactly after our entrance...
Página 57 - HOLD to that bond. You invested to help send the boys across. They are over now, at grips with the German monster. You expect them to hold on— hold on till the last vestige of autocracy is crushed out of him. Then you, too, must hold on — must keep your enlisted dollars invested on the fighting line. It isn't the hooray of a campaign that wins a war. It's the will to hang on, to make sacrifice today, that tomorrow may bring victory. And your investment. Those bonds are the safest investment you...
Página 58 - It had given to Germany unparalleled prosperity, beneficent and advanced social legislation, and not a few other things of value, but it had taken in payment the soul of the race. It had made a "devil's bargain.
Página 63 - That's the day we sign up. That's the day we tell Uncle Sam just how hard we want to win this war. That's the day our government has officially set for us to purchase War Savings Stamps. On June 28th every man, woman and child in the United States will be called upon to pledge his or her full quota of War Savings Stamp purchases for 1918. You will be expected to pledge the full amount that you can afford — no more — but by the same token, no less. In every state, county, city, town and village...

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