Such a League has for its main purpose the supersession of the old principle of balancing the Powers.
But what you propose will rather take the form of assistance than supersession.
The ball was set fairly rolling, and the supersession of ancient modes of communication was a question of time merely.
But, by the very nature of its achievement, it led the way to its own supersession.
And supersession of civil authority was completely against Service Doctrine.
The supersession of madder by aniline dyes has, indeed, for a time almost ruined the small farmers of Vaucluse.
It marked the rise of a new teaching order and the supersession of the old.
This, I submit, is an artificial scheme in supersession of Nature's unit, the individual.
He was accustomed to imagine it lighted and warmed by a presence out of Heaven—that presence was in danger of supersession.
He knew that God works no miracles for the supersession of ordinary human precautions.