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Tiew Is inuescriuauic.
hmi. Tart was speaking of Wash-
i n'a utterances about' entangling
alliances, and if ho will permit mo
to say so, he put the exactly right
,..A.n,tflMnn ron what Washington
says, the interpretation that is in
'..itiliiin if vou read what he said,
las most of these gentlemen do not
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and the thing that he longed for
was Just what wo are now about to
supply; an arrangement which will
disentangle all the alliances in the
''Nothing entangles, enmeshes a
man oxcent n. RAifiaii nmhinnttnn
j.with somebody else. Nothing ontan-
6ica iv uuuon, nampers it, binds It,
except to enter into a combination
with some other nation afiinst the
other nations of the world. And this
great disentanglement nf nil oin
anqes is now to be accomplished by
this covenant, because one of the
covenants is th-t no nation shall
enter into any relationship with
anothor nation Inconsistent with the
covenants ol tho league of nations.
"What are we to say, then, as to
tho future? I think, my fellow
citizens, that we can look forward
to it with great confidence. I havo
heard cheering news since I came to
this side of the water about the pro
gress that is .being made in Paris to
wards the discussion and clarifica
tion of a great many difficult mat
ters, and I believe that settlements
will begin to be made rather rapidly
from this time on at those con
ferences. "But what I believe what I
know as well as believe, is this:
That the men engaged in thoso con
ferences are gathering heart as they
go, not losing it; that they are find
ing community of purpose and com
munity of ideal to an extent that
perhaps they did not expect; and
that amidst all the Interplay, of in
fluence because it is infinitely
complicated there is a forward
movement which Is runninrr towards
the right. Men have at last perceived
that the only permanent thing in tho
world is right, and that a wrong set
tlement is bound to be a temporary
settlement bound to be a temporary
settlement for the very best reason
of all, that it ought to be a tem
porary settlement and the spirits of
men will rebel against it, and tho
spirits of men are now in the saddle.
TOUCHING INCIDENT OP WAR
"When I was in Italy a little limp
ing group of wounded Italian sol
diers sought an interview with me.
I could not conjecture what it wafc
and .they were going to say to me.
and with the greatest simplicity, with
a touching simplicity, they presented
me with a petition in favor of tho
league of nations. Their wounded
limbs, their impaired vitality were
the only argument they brought with
them. It was a simple request that
I -lend all the influence that I might
happen to have to relieve future
generations of the- sacrifices that
they "had been obliged to make.
"That appeal has remained in my
mind as I havo ridden along the
streets of European capitals, and
heard cries of the crowd, cries for
tho league of nations from lips of
people, who, I venture to say, had
no particular notion of how it was
to be done, who were not ready to
propose a plan for a league of na
tions, but whoso hearts said that
something by way of a' combination
of all men .everywhere must come
out of this.
'"It is inconceivable that we should
disappoint them, and we shall not.
The '.day will come when men in
Ameriqa will look back with swelling
hearts and rising pride that they
should have been privileged to make
tho sacrifice which it was necessary
to make' in order to combine their
might and their moral power with
the cause of justice for men of every
nnA fHxm iia sfrfinirth and vision
to do It wisely. God give us the
privilege of knowing that we did it
without counting-the cost, and be
cause ve were true Americans, lov
ers of 'liberty and of doing right.
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