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1 Noah Webster’s 1828 Dictionary, p. CHIVALRY.7 (Noah Webster)

… servitium militare, without specification of the particular service; special, when the particular service was designated. When the tenant held only of …

3 The Advent Review and Sabbath Herald, vol. 76 October 31, 1899, page 705 paragraph 4

… still militarism, or government by authority and the might of the strongest. So if Europe be unchanged, why should America relinquish her avocation of protestation …

4 The American Sentinel 9 March 22, 1894, page 92 paragraph 2

… of militarism until such time as they shall be willing. A strange glint of coming possibilities showed itself last month in the Bavarian Diet. Two Ultramontane …

5 The American Sentinel 13 January 27, 1898, page 50 paragraph 1

… enforced militarism—miscalled patriotism—is becoming more widespread, and becomes more bold, unreasoning, and vicious, as it spreads. At Appleton, Wis., there …

6 The American Sentinel 13 January 27, 1898, page 50 paragraph 5

… enforced militarism, of despotic “patriotism,” proposes to stop at nothing; but will override all individual right, all right of conscience, and even of God …

7 The American Sentinel 13 February 17, 1898, page 97 paragraph 11

THE goal of military service is to destroy life; that of Christian service is to save life. And yet many people cannot see that militarism has no proper place in the Christian church, or in the Christian’s heart.

8 The American Sentinel 13 March 17, 1898, page 162 paragraph 1

… foster militarism than patriotism. That the spirit of militarism is creeping into the public schools, cannot be denied. The “Boys’ Brigades” which are now so …

9 The American Sentinel 13 March 17, 1898, page 162 paragraph 2

But militarism is not patriotism. Militarism means despotism, patriotism—in this country at least—stands for the opposite of despotism. Militarism is the …

10 The American Sentinel 13 May 5, 1898, page 274 paragraph 1

… of militarism in the United States.

11 The American Sentinel 14 September 28, 1899, page 596

Militarism Against Christianity” American Sentinel 14, 38, p. 596.

12 The American Sentinel 14 September 28, 1899, page 596 paragraph 8

… of militarism go together. The cultivation of the one fosters the development of the other. When the church encourages the one she encourages the other, and …

13 The American Sentinel 14 October 12, 1899, page 626 paragraph 15

… , war, militarism, and the war spirit, are things to be shunned and protested against, always and everywhere. In the direction of militarism is the road that leads …

14 The American Sentinel 14 October 12, 1899, page 628

Militarism Against Christianity” American Sentinel 14, 40, p. 628.

15 The American Sentinel 14 October 12, 1899, page 628 paragraph 1

… justify militarism and war, and command the armed battalions going forth to slaughter and be slaughtered as being divine agents going out to fight the battles …

16 The American Sentinel 14 October 12, 1899, page 640 paragraph 3

… more militarism there is in the nation, the less freedom will there be, since military government is in its very nature despotic. And the less freedom there …

17 Ecclesiastical Empire, p. 863.3 (Alonzo Trevier Jones)

… still militarism, or government by authority and the might of the strongest. So if Europe be unchanged, why should America relinquish her avocation of Protestation …

18 Union Conference Record, vol. 3 June 1, 1900, page 17 paragraph 12

… still militarism, or government by authority and the night of the strongest. So if Europe be unchanged, why should America relinquish her avocation of protestation …

19 The Peril of the Republic of the United States of America, p. 2 (Percy Tilson Magan)

… nation?—Militarism and democracy—God uses nations as instruments—The case of Assyria—“My Country, 1899”—The Recessional Ode—The task of the forefathers and …

20 The Peril of the Republic of the United States of America

… nation?—Militarism and democracy—God uses nations as instruments—The case of Assyria—“My Country, 1899”—The Recessional Ode—The task of the forefathers and …