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Each one of these treaties is a step for the maintenance of peace, an additional guarantee against war. It is through such machinery that the disputes between nations will be settled and war prevented. Frank B. Kellogg#Peace 70
Frank B. Kellogg#Peace 70
I know of no greater work for humanity than in the cause of peace, which can only be achieved by the earnest efforts of nations and peoples. Frank B. Kellogg#Peace 66
Frank B. Kellogg#Peace 66
There has not been a war in South America for fifty years, and I have every confidence that the countries of Central and South America are deeply in earnest in the maintenance of peace. Frank B. Kellogg#Peace 64
Frank B. Kellogg#Peace 64
I further value this gift as it gave me an opportunity to accept this distinguished honor in a country so devoted to this cause and whose history marks a wonderful chapter in world development. Frank B. Kellogg#Accept 64
Frank B. Kellogg#Accept 64
It is true not all has been accomplished that the earnest advocates would desire, but a start has been made. Frank B. Kellogg#Accomplished 63
Frank B. Kellogg#Accomplished 63
Certain it is that a great responsibility rests upon the statesmen of all nations, not only to fulfill the promises for reduction in armaments, but to maintain the confidence of the people of the world in the hope of an enduring peace. Frank B. Kellogg#Peace 56
Frank B. Kellogg#Peace 56
To be sure, in some instances these proceedings have been unconstitutional, but we must remember that it is not the first time since a war that there have been changes in governments by such methods. Frank B. Kellogg#Changes 55
Frank B. Kellogg#Changes 55
I know of no more important subject to the peace of Europe and the world than the reasonable reduction of armaments, especially in Europe, and of naval armaments throughout the world. Frank B. Kellogg#Peace 50
Frank B. Kellogg#Peace 50
I know that military alliances and armament have been the reliance for peace for centuries, but they do not produce peace; and when war comes, as it inevitably does under such conditions, these armaments and alliances but intensify and broaden the conflict. Frank B. Kellogg#Armament 44
Frank B. Kellogg#Armament 44
These measures may not constitute an absolute guarantee of peace, but, in my opinion, they constitute the greatest preventive measures ever adopted by nations. Frank B. Kellogg#Peace 43
Frank B. Kellogg#Peace 43
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