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English 6.


Question: "Resolved, That the action of the U. S. in the de Lome incident was justifiable."

Affirmative.S. W. Fordyce, Jr. and H. D. Bushnell.

Best general references: N. Y. Evening Post, Feb. 9-16, 1898; Wharton's International Law Digest, Sec. 84, 106, 107 and appendix Sec. 106; Senate Exec. Doc. 5, 42d Cong. 2d Sess.; Lawrence's Wheaton 437; Phillimore's Int. Law II, 263; 1 Opinions of Att'y. Gen. 71, Lee. 1797; Hall, 320, and CRIMSON, Mar. 3, 1898.

Negative.S. Brooks-Rosenthal and J. H. Cooper.

Best general references: Associated Press Reports for Feb. 8-18; Wharton: Int. Law Digest, pp. 603, 698; Boston Daily Advertiser, Oct. 31, '88; English State Papers, '88-'89, p. 496; Foreign Relations, 1888, pt. 2, p. 1669; 1891, p. 352; Hildreth: U. S. History, Vol. 4, p. 439.

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