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  Mowlana Sultan Mohamed Shah said, "The League of Nations has noble aims, but it is now generally admitted that it was founded in a time of passion and bitter resentment, and sought to assure future right by present wrongs. The League is the child of an aged mother -- namely the Old World Imperialism that let to the conflict begun 11 years ago. In consequence the infant is sickly and weak; but it lives and may grow. Behind the ideas in which the League was conceived there is the moral momentum for far greater leadership by the British race in world politics than can come from the exclusiveness derived from a natural aptitude being dominantly turned to race interests alone." (Aziz; 783)