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The great modern problem
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(How to afford permanent peace and security for "all nations.") about to be very effectually solved at last by means of "A nation born at once" : a worthy capital for the whole world being thus provided, where every nation upon earth may be fairly represented, in a Permanent International Tribunal, or Supreme Authority.../
by Henry Wentworth Monk.

APA Citation

Monk, H. Wentworth. (1896). The great modern problem: (How to afford permanent peace and security for "all nations.") about to be very effectually solved at last by means of "A nation born at once" : a worthy capital for the whole world being thus provided, where every nation upon earth may be fairly represented, in a Permanent International Tribunal, or Supreme Authority.... Ottawa: [s.n.].

MLA Citation

Monk, Henry Wentworth, 1827-1896. The Great Modern Problem: (How to Afford Permanent Peace And Security for "all Nations.") About to Be Very Effectually Solved At Last by Means of "A Nation Born At Once" : a Worthy Capital for the Whole World Being Thus Provided, Where Every Nation Upon Earth May Be Fairly Represented, In a Permanent International Tribunal, Or Supreme Authority.... Ottawa: [s.n.], 1896.

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