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As we turn to business to help provide guardrails, there is good precedent for such corporate statesmanship.
We say—mark this, in order to appreciate a display of the true genius of statesmanship.
But what a contrast to this spasm of local statesmanship the earlier years of that drink-sodden century display!
Where else is the field of statesmanship so large, or the necessity for able statesmen so great?
True philosophy, the Christian law, and the art of statesmanship, unite to teach this truth.
In the inauguration of the system, Japanese statesmanship was exposed to a severe ordeal.
The insight, the sagacity, the ability, and the statesmanship of Cromwell are impressed upon the minds of all readers.
It is not known that his proclivities in the line of statesmanship impaired in any wise his talent for tavern keeping.
THE OLD PIKETHOMAS B. SEARIGHT
Such a singular mixture of courage, adroitness and statesmanship was he that everywhere he prevailed by one method or another.
He is remarkable rather for a sound judgment and practical good sense than as an orator or in the higher arts of statesmanship.

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