Internationalism
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The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 6 May 1924, p. 223-230
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Internationalism


Internationalism and what it involves. Considering the question of Internationalism with respect to Canada and the United States. The international nature of the British Empire. The growing spirit of Internationalism. Things that are international, such as art and science. Reference to "Wells' Outlines of History" which starts a new idea of the teaching of history from the standpoint of humanity and progress rather than from a merely nationalistic standpoint. Religion that ought to be international. Some personal reminiscences and statements about war. A discussion on the morality of war. The revolt of youth against war. Bringing about an Internationalism in which such an abiding principle as peace, fair-play and justice will become politically incorporated.