Great Britain and America in the Service of the World
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 6 Feb 1925, p. 59-63
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Great Britain and America in the Service of the World

The rather disappointing after-effects of the World War. The productive result of the contact into which the nations were brought through it. The speaker's hopefulness of the blessings that will result from the contact between Americans and Britishers. No escape from service. The greatest service to the world of keeping the peace. The speaker's belief that in time of peace we must prepare the mind how to act and react in time of war. The need to exalt Righteousness; to create enthusiasm for it, and to let the world know that, comrades in Conscience, we are resolved not to look on in dumb resignation while Righteousness is violated and the peace of the world threatened. The voice of America and England.