|39 produced its tendencies, its ideal, its evolution. The arteries, nerves and vessels of this great organism, are its rivers, lakes, seas and railways. Through them it lives and grows and prospers in a manner truly marvellous. It seems as if nature desired to be prodigal towards this land, placing in its bosom all the materials wherewith mankin...|
|40 The earth itself, the gentle mother earth, adored of the Greeks, forged the links of North American confederation. Man comes and learns; he touches and conceives; he needs and he creates. In the war of secession this truth was demonstrated in the clearest manner.
As at that time this immense facility of communication did not exist, the people...|
|41 and expansion have developed in the United States in a gigantic manner, and are already irresistible. We cannot do otherwise than prepare our baggage and purchase our ticket for that wonderful voyage over the ocean of history and civilization to the cities of the United States favorably situated on the stream, travelling also in railway train...|
|42 would be extremely scientific; indeed, it might be said to be mathematic. It would be magnificent and sublime; not a work of conquest and destruction, but one of fraternity and justice, of creation and transformation. Let the great problem be solved, that problem which Rome perceived but dimly, which ancient and modern nations have been unabl...|
|43 building of bars and coves, the entire country could be traversed by steamships and merchandise.
In the vicinity of Bluefields, when its large and spacious harbor is completed like that of Pearl Lake, the work that William Penn did on the Delaware and the other immigrants performed in the various States of the American Union, may be commenced...|
|44 the primitive inhabitants of Lacio, Gaul and other points able to restrain the biologic movement of mankind? They were not; just as it was not possible for Colombia to prevent itself from being severed in twain by the Canal, and it would, likewise, be difficult for Central America to prevent the human waves from pursuing their restless flow a...|
|J 45 II. Acknowledgment of the right of the citizens of all and any of the signatory countries to institute suit, either acting by themselves, or through legal or other representatives, in the Permanent Court for any violation of law, despoliation of property or loss of life committed against them or against the community by any of the governmen...|
|46 ters, they should likewise UmMume the obligation of requiring the lawful succession of governments respectful of the rights of personm, whether citizens or aliens.
Tbe conduct of the prement Government of the United States in the affairy of Nicaragua, with reference to the tyranny of Zelaya, has been just and equitable, and it would further m...|
|47 another to continue the business, seriously prejudicing the interests of honorable Americans, among whom it is sufficient to mention the large plantation of the Laguna de Perlas, containing 1, 500 manzanas and owned by respectable New Yorkers. The owners are compelled to sell their fruit at such price as the two monopolizing companies choose ...|
|48 lection of the revenues and the payment of the appropriations, and for the payment of interest upon foreign or internal debts, etc. etc. representative of the government at Washington, a representative of the government of the country to which the bank pertains and a representative of the holders of outstanding bonds to compose the board of d...|
The preceding pages have hardly been written, when we are apprised by the press of the country that even President Taft, himself, is seeking to mould public opinion in the direction indicated in this paper. In a recent speech he urged the people to bring all their moral influence to bear upon the Senate to effect the ratification, n...|
|50 Furthermore, President Taft, in his message to Congress accompanying the Nicaraguan Treaty, says. Better by far is this beneficial and constructive policy in the neighborhood of the Caribbean Sea, the Panama Canal, and the Central American republics, based as it is on the logic of our geographical position, the development of our commerce in ...|
|Lud Hotel, MAR 13 1912 LATIN AMERICAN AFFAIRS Peoria, ill. March 11, 1912, MAR 14 1912 OSTATEIT arked afr.
CADY Hon. Knox, Pilaul 711. 15 Secretary of State. RECEIVE, ack a file APR 16 1912. Washington, dis mto INDEX BUREAU BUREAU Dear Sir: DIPLOMATIC As one who has spent six years in Central America making a study of the economic conditions, re...|
|ele vation are void of timber. In the Central American Republics, the mountains and high elevations are covered with timber and there is regular rainfall in the valleys, no long dry seasons, that require irrigations, like in Mexico. The oranges, limes, lemons, pineapples and tobacco of Central America have no superior in the world. It would be d...|
|they would. It would bring them peace, protection and development.
Thanking you in advance for what time you care to give my suggestions, will close and ada, Very Respectfully, Your Obedient Servant, Iwe thong |
|21 13 en 3. RELATIONS BETWEEN CENTRAL AMERICA AND THE UNITED STATES.
NOTE Soe 033. 1100 77 164 for. 228 from Guatemala April 4, 1912 711. 1377 enclosing memorandum conatining the observations of Mr. Lionel Carden, British Minister to Guatemala about British interests in Central America, also a suggestion for a mutual understanding between Great ...|
Summary nie 2 HDLIGITOR OFFICE OCT 14. 1912 MATMENT OF STATE 14 1972 سال کا Jinen DIVISION OR LATIN AMERICAN AFFAIRS C5 1912 SECRETARY EAU ASSISTANT DEPARTMENT OF STATE OCT 1912 OCT 11 191244 RECEIVES STATE DEDIT OCT 15 1912 San José, September 20. 1912.
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| 2L who constantly expresses the greatest admiration and friendship for the United States and warmest personal regard for many of its high officials and public men. have been most reliably informed that Dr. Anderson made this article the subject of an address at the Law School (where he has the chair in criminal law)
in which he spoke in very un...|
|Editorial from El Noticiero, San José, Sept. 17th, 1912 The note from the Department of State in Washington to the Government of Nicaragua, which we publish in another place, constitutes, in our opinion, an occasion for just alarm and necessary reflection, We do not wish to analyze the events which have dragged our sister country into the grievo...|
| 2American difficulties, doing away with the power of intervention which the former Treaty of Marblehead had granted to the President of the United States.
With this proviso and only with this pro vi 80g could the National Congress approve of this Treaty; with this proviso and only with this proviso would Costa Rica accept it.
Let the United Sta...|