The United States after the World War

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Wilson, Founder of the League of Nations." Upon him alone, among citizens of the United States of America, could such an international distinction be conferred. Washington and Lincoln are peculiarly national heroes; Woodrow Wilson belongs not to America only, but to the world.
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NOTE. The books are arranged as nearly as practical in the order in which the subject matter appears in the chapter.
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Pamphlets of the American Association for International Conciliation (later International Conciliation Series of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, New York) and of the World Peace Foundation, Boston. The latter organization is agent in the United States for the publications of the League of Nations and of the Permanent Court of International Justice.

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