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LONGMANS, GREEN, & CO

London, Bombay, Calcutta, and Madras
LEONARD SCOTT PUBLICATION COMPANY, New York

1917

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of St. John of Jerusalem

Some Soldier Poets

The Vital Element in

Poetry

From Contract to Status

The Letts

What is Austria ?

The

Responsibility

for

Baghdad

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New Jersey College of St. Elizabeth

Convent Station, New Jersey

45 Minutes from New York Catholic College for Women

Registered by Regents Standard College Preparatory Courses

Academy of St. Elizabeth

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Thoroughly Equipped Art School

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CINCINNATI Oregon University of Oregon-Eugene Graduate School

Summer School College of Liberal Arts School of Medicina College of Engineering School of Law whool of Education

School of Music Catalog Ada A THE REGISTRAT

The Edinburgh Review

JULY, 1917

No. 461

NATIONAL FEDERATIONS AND WORLD

FEDERATION

1. Bodies Politic and their Governments. By BASIL EDWARD

HAMMOND. Cambridge University Press. 1915. 2. Recueil de Rapports sur les différents points du Programme

minimum. Published for the Organisation Centrale pour une Paix Durable by Martinus Nijhoff The Hague. 1916.

. 3. The Morality of Nations. By C. DELISLE BURNS. London

University Press. 1915. 4. Studies in the Problem of Sovereignty. By HAROLD J. LASKI.

Yale University Press. 1917.

WHEN

THEN President Wilson called upon Congress to declare

a state of war with Germany, he justified his action to his countrymen and to the world by the lofty disinterestedness of its motive. This was 'to vindicate the principles of 'peace and justice in the life of the world as against selfish and autocratic power, and to set up among the really free ' and self-governed peoples of the world such a concert of purpose and action as will henceforth ensure the observance of those principles.' The conditions on which alone the United States would become a party to such a concert he had already defined in his Address to the Senate of the 22nd of January—a statement of his ideal aims to which enormous

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