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FAR-REACHING RESULTS.

PARIS. April 24

It is reported that President Wilson's manifesto was prepared several days ii.noi but withheld pending discussion of Mr Lloyd George's proposition. American circles declare that it is America's last word on the subject, and may mean that America will make a separate peace, tear herself adrift from the European, situation, and-leave the Allies to arrange peace til theft' own wfny. It probably strikes the death-knell of the League of Nations, It is considered unlikolv that Britain and France will depart from the Pact of London or make a. separate peace without Italy. President Wilson's dictum practically applies to the Japanese-Chinese case, which involved nearly similar points. Briefly. America does not stand for cutting up any nation among the victors.

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FAR-REACHING RESULTS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9595, 26 April 1919

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FAR-REACHING RESULTS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9595, 26 April 1919

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