TO human sense there has always been a greater or less degree of strife and discord in the personal relations of men, in the relations of capital and labor, and of nations. Yet the hearts of men have ever sought peace, because in peaceful relations with their fellows they might have greater material comfort, wellbeing, and supply.
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