The Canadian Annual Review of Public Affairs

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Annual Review Publishing Company, 1918

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The Difficulties and Disasters of Italy
88
South America and the War Conditions in Central America and Mexico
101
Japan and China in the WorldWar
107
Chronology of the War in 1917
118
THE BRITISH EMPIRE IN THE
127
The British Army and Navy in the War Submarines and Aeroplanes
148
Home Rule and the National Convention
160
Union Government General Elections and the Conscrip
169
The Republican Movement
178
Two Island Dominions in the War
184
The Demand for Home Rule
190
The Problem of Imperial Unity
197
HOWARD G KELLEY Appointed in 1917 President of the Grand Trunk Rail
200
The Imperial War Cabinet and Imperial War Conference of 1917
206
THE UNITED STATES AND THE
213
Wilson Roosevelt and Others
223
What was Done by the United States
234
German Plots and Propaganda Germans in the United States
254
SPEAKER AND CHIEF OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS in 1917
264
Pacifists in the United States Peace Organizations and the War
270
American War Production Trade Industry and Finance in 1917
278
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282
National Finance and Sir Thomas White War Loans and Taxation
292
The Militia Department in 1917 National Service and Recruiting 802
315
Military Voters and Wartime Election Acts
327
The Military Service Bill and Its Operation
335
Canadian War Relations with the United States
353
WorldShortage in Food Policy of W J Hanna as Food Controller
361
CANADA AND THE WARTHE PEOPLE
370
Munitions Shipbuilding and the Fuel Problem
385
Transportation and the War Nationalization of Railways
395
Banking Conditions and Appointments
407

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Страница 216 - No peace can last, or ought to last, which does not recognize and accept the principle that governments derive all their just powers from the consent of the governed, and that no right anywhere exists to hand peoples about from sovereignty to sovereignty as if they were property.
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