Stewart, John A.
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A toast to Sinn Feinism. Anglo-American relations. Talks with the President-to-be and his thoughts and comments on the matter. The work of the Sulgrave Institute in the furtherance of good will and understanding among English-speaking peoples. The importance to the world of Angle-American friendship. The issue of the Irish question being settled. Words from President Monroe in the Monroe Doctrine. The historical background to the Doctrine. This Doctrine a challenge to autocracy throughout the world for one hundred years. An invitation to Canadians to join those in America in celebrating adequately the second great historic instance in which America and Great Britain have joined for the welfare of the world.