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" The consequence of this must be that no increase of relative strength will accrue to any one Power : but there must be a universal consumption of the resources of every country in military preparations. "
Political Writings: Letter to Henry Ashworth. How wars are got up in India ... - Sivu 217
tekijä(t) Richard Cobden - 1867
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1841
...protection and defence, the other powers would follow its example? The consequence of this state of things must be, that no increase of relative strength will accrue to any one power, but that there mutt be an universal consumption of the resources of every country in military preparations....

Taxation: Its Levy and Expenditure, Past and Future: Being an Enquiry Into ...

Sir Samuel Morton Peto - 1866 - 255 sivua
...its army and " navy : does it not see that other Powers will follow its " example ? The consequence must be that no increase of " relative strength will accrue to any one Power, but that " there must be an universal consumption of the resources " of every country in military preparations....

Report of the ... Annual Conference, Niteet 3–8

1875
...self-protection and defence, the other powers will follow its example ? The consequence of this state of things must be that no increase of relative strength will...consumption of the resources of every country in military preparation. The true interest of Europe is to come to some common accord, so as to enable every country...

Report of the ... Annual Conference, Nide 7,Osa 1879

Association for the Reform and Codification of the Law of Nations. Conference - 1880
...self-protection and defence, the other powers will follow its example ? The consequence of this state of things must be that no increase of relative strength will...consumption of the resources of every country in military preparation. The true interest of Europe is to come to some common accord, so as to enable every country...

Reduction of European armaments, the debate ... June 15th, 1880, Nide 33

Parliament commons, proc, Vict - 1880
...self-protection and defence the other Powers will follow its example 1 The consequence of this state of things must be that no increase of relative strength will accrue to any Power, but there must be a universal consumption of the resources of every country in military preparations....

The Military and Financial Condition of Europe: Being a Statement of the ...

1882 - 22 sivua
...self-protection and defence, the other powers will follow its example ? The consequence of this state must be, that no increase of relative strength will...resources of every country in military preparations. The interest of Europe is not that any one country should exercise a peculiar influence ; but the true...

The Three Panics: An Historical Episode

Richard Cobden - 1884 - 168 sivua
...peace, France has been accustomed to maintain a naval force not greatly varying from the proportion of two-thirds of our own. If, however, we turn to...military preparations. They are, in fact, depriving peace qf half its advantages, and anticipating the energies of war whenever they may be required" And he...

Bold Retrenchment; Or: The Liberal Policy which Will Save One Half the ...

1888 - 222 sivua
...greatly increasing its navy : does it not see the other Power will follow its example ? The consequence must be, that no increase of relative strength will accrue to any one Power, but that there must be an universal consumption of the resources of every country in preparations. They...

Proceedings of the Universal Peace Congress: Held in the Westminster Town ...

1890 - 249 sivua
...countries of Europe shoiilnrcduce those military armameuts which they have so sedulously raised У Is not the time come when they should be prepared...resources of every country in military preparations The true interest of Europe is to come to one common accord, so as to enable every country to reduce...

Essays on the Principles of Morality, and on the Private and Political ...

Jonathan Dymond - 1894 - 294 sivua
...tremendous scourge, a tremendous curse to civilisation." Sir Robert Peel (1841).— "Is not the time come when the powerful countries of Europe should reduce...resources of every country in military preparations. . . . The true interest of Europe is to come to some one common accord so as to enable every country...




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