The diplomatic relations of Great Britain and the United States

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Statementby R.B. Mowat.
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It is a commonplace to say that a war between Great Britain and the United States would be unnatural, and that it should be abhorrent to the people of both countries. The noteworthy thing is that the same thing was being said over a hundred and forty years ago, from the very moment that the United States became independent.

Diplomatic relations of Great Britain and the United States. London, E. Arnold, © (OCoLC) Online version: Mowat, R.B. (Robert Balmain), Diplomatic relations of Great Britain and the United States. London, E. Arnold, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R B Mowat.

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