Progress in International Organization

Progress in International Organization

Progress in International Organization

Progress in International Organization

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The establishment at the University of Idaho of the William Edgar Borah Foundation for the Outlawry of War is a happy augury of a significant development in the international relations of the United States. It is a recognition, first of all, of the great rôle which these inland states are playing and will continue to play in shaping the attitude of the American people toward other peoples of the world and in determining the policy of our national government on international issues. The time is past when that attitude and policy can be dominated by the people on the Atlantic seaboard; nor is it longer possible that they should be controlled in the interest of any small section of our people. If any lesson stands out from our experience of the past quarter-century, it is that all of the people of the United States, in every section of the country and in every walk of life, are dependent in their daily lives on the ordering of the relations which we are forced to maintain with other peoples of the world.

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