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AMERICA DOES NOT WANT MEXICO.

DR. PAGE'ITsTATEMENT.

LONDON, February 7

Responsible journalistic opinion in the United States warmly pays tribute to Britain's abstention from making embarrassing enquiries in regard to President Wilson's policy. Dr Page, the American Ambassador, in a speech at the Newcastle Chamber j of Commerce dinner, said if anyone! thought the United States wanted to acquire Mexico or establish a protectorate, he " missed the key " of the whole development of republican institutions. America did not desire more' 'territory- . . , Dr Page aHded that the principle ,that every people must govern itself "applied to Mexico and all the other Southern American States.

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AMERICA DOES NOT WANT MEXICO., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8789, 9 February 1914

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AMERICA DOES NOT WANT MEXICO. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8789, 9 February 1914

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