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THE DAY BOOK
.An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VPL.6, NO. 133 Chicago, Monday, March 5, 1917 3!
IN WAR IS HINTED BY
Declares United States Is Not Self-Seeking in Foreign
Policy Says We Have Been Wronged on Seas
Calls For United Front by AH America
Sworn In for Second Term.
Washington, March 5. President
Wilson sounded a new doctrine of in
ternationalism and world peace in
his inaugural address today, but in
0y the same breath warned that the
United States may require "a more
immediate association" with the war
than mere armed neutrality.
He spoke a unity of American
thought, spirit an daction and voiced
.the view that this must be an Ameri
canism steeped in world-spirit in
stead of the isolated national view of
His principal plea for world peace,
spoken before the thousands attend
ing his second inauguration, called
Limitation of world armaments.
Equal interest and responsibility of
all nations for maintaining peace.
Equality of nations in all matters
of right or privilege.
Destruction of the "armed balancf
of powe r,"