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  • López's retaliatory measures against alleged pro-ally conspiracies added to the savagery.

    3. Paraguay

  • Since the retirement of Dr. Service he was the chief pro-ally trouble-maker, and he now made a little speech.

    Jimmie Higgins

  • In Petrograd and Moscow there was going on, it appeared, a struggle between the pro-ally

    Jimmie Higgins

  • Schmidt said in World War II, the media also took a very pro-ally view of the war. “It†™ s hard for the news media when you†™ re in the middle of a war to, without seeming like you†™ re traitors or something, start trashing the war effort, †he said. “This has dragged on now for seven years, longer than any other war the U.S. has ever fought and now there†™ s a lot of criticism and questioning, and now there†™ s a lot of reporting saying the U.S. basically f---- d up everything because we didn†™ t know what we were doing afterwards. â€

    Iowa State Daily

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