MR LLOYD GEORGE'S VIEWS.
LONDON, March 28. Mr Lloyd George, in a message published in the "Manchester Guardian, states that the League of Nations represents the greatest attempt ever made to 'substitute treason and justice for fore© and intrigue as the governing principle qf international relations. This principle being accepted, the natioiis .musit be inspired with a real dexerminatibn to 1 work in close harmony for the betterment and liberty of mankind. The. League must be made an effective instrument for the solution of every international problem. America and Great Britain, who have taken sucli a leading and honourable part in promoting this beneficent scheme, must give a practical demonstration ot their belief iv.it. Disarmament is an essential condition to success.
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MR LLOYD GEORGE'S VIEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919
MR LLOYD GEORGE'S VIEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919
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