The World's Outlook for Peace

Christian Register

What has been Accomplished During the Past Century.

It is not safe to judge of any great movements by short views. Superficially, the present condition of international politics is not encouraging to lovers of peace. The great armies and rapidly growing navies of the world, if one look no further, half incline one to believe that war is to be eternal, and that civilization is to be finally crushed out under the ponderous wheel of the juggernaut of militarism. But a comparison of certain conditions existing at the opening of the nineteenth century with those found at the beginning of the twentieth makes it impossible to hold any such pessimistic opinion.

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