at peace


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We will continue to urge a negotiated settlement, which has as its goal a nation that is whole, at peace, and respects the rights of all of its citizens.
We have noted the persistence of social images of life at peace, the ineradicable longing for that peace, and the numbers of social movements working for a more just and peaceful world.
Only a world at peace, with justice for all, can avoid repeating the mistakes and terrible crimes of the past.