Democracy and peace the position of the United States after the war by Robert Baylor Tunstall

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Statementan address by Robert B. Tunstall and The Call of the republic, a poem by Jennings Cropper Wise, read by their authors at the joint meeting of the Virginia societies Sons of the Revolution and Sons of the American Revolution held at the Westmoreland Club, Richmond, Febrauary 22, 1917.
ContributionsWise, Jennings C. b. 1881.
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LC ClassificationsPS3545 .I
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Pagination16 p.
Number of Pages16
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Open LibraryOL6597808M
LC Control Number17013444
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