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A RooIt-nibIefl RooIt-nibIefl RooIt-nibIefl Dontnorat'ia Snt!- Snt!- . ments. to the Editor of The American: ' In order to perpetuate the elorlous prestige for bravery and noble deeds of patriotism , handed down from our Illustrious ancestry, it now ill becomes Americans to censure or attempt attempt to hinder the Government irr - ar-final ar-final ar-final effort to establish for the United States the brlghteat page of Its history. At tho inception of tho war with Spam our country was really not. In a fit condition to enter the contest, but Congress with a una nimity almost unheard oC voted money to prepare for the great Impending struggle and urged an unwilling President to prepare tor war. Though believing that the war couldi be averted through diplomacy, President Mo- Mo- Klnley yielded to the clamor of the pcopla and their statesmen and wont to work;, Wcra his efforts successful? Let results speak for themselves. With ucant supplies of nrms and provisions tho Government was totally unpre pared for war, but a record was to be mado

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  1. The Tennessean,
  2. 18 Dec 1899, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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