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GARVARD COLLEGE
FE3 10 1928
LIBRARY
The Easter

COPYRIGHT, 1918, By

BONI & LIVERIGHT, Inc

MANUFACTURED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

FOR THE MODERN LIBRARY, INC., BY H. WOLFF

YEAR 1915

61-94

THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY (JACKSON DAY ADDRESS AT

INDIANAPOLIS)-61-67; PROPER TESTS OF IMMIGRANTS

(Veto MESSAGE OF THE LITERACY TEST BILL)-67-70;

NATIONAL COMMERCE (ADDRESS TO THE UNITED STATES

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, AT WASHINGTON)—70-77; A

CONFUSED WORLD AT WAR (ADDRESS TO THE CONFER-

ENCE OF METHODIST PROTESTANT CHURCH AT Wash-

YEAR 1916 .

95-170

What Is Pan-AMERICANISM? (ADDRESS TO Pan-Am-

ERICAN SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS AT WASHINGTON)-95-100;

NEED OF AN ARMY AND NAVY (ADDRESS At New YORK)

-100-105; How To Avoid WAR (LETTER TO SENATOR

STONE)-105-107; Basis OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY

(ADDRESS_TO THE GRIDIRON CLUB AT WASHINGTON)-

107-109; RIGHT OF MERICANS TO TRAVERSE THE SEAS

(LETTER TO REPRESENTATIVE POU ON THE MCLEMORE

RESOLUTION)-109-110;

EXPEDITION INTO MEXICO
(STATEMENT TO THE PRESS)-110-111; ULTIMATUM ON

SUBMARINE WARFARE (ADDRESS TO CONGRESS)-111-116;

QUALIFICATIONS OF A SUPREME COURT JUSTICE (LET.

TER TO SENATOR CULBERSON ON MR. BRANDEIS)-117-

120; GERMAN ABANDONMENT OF THE SUBMARINE POL-

ICY (DESPATCH TO THE GERMAN GOVERNMENT THROUGH

SECRETRY LANSING)-120-121; How to ENFORCE PEACE

(ADDRESS TO THE LEAGUE TO ENFORCE PEACE AT WASH-

INGTON) ; 121-125; PREPAREDNESS TO THE SOLDIER (AD-

DRESS AT THE MILITARY ACADEMY, West Point)-125-

DEMOCRACY OF BUSINESS (ADDRESS AT SALESMAN-·

SHIP CONGRESS, DETROIT)—132-137; PREPAREDNESS TO

PRESERVE PEACE (ADDRESS AT TOLEDO)—138-139; Loy-

ALTY (ADDRESS AT CITIZENSHIP CONVENTION, Wash-

INGTON)—139-143; AN EIGHT-HOUR DAY FOR RAILROAD

MEN (ADDRESS TO CONGRESS)-143-150; ABRAHAM LIN-

COLN (ADDRESS AT THE LINCOLN BIRTHPLACE FARM,

AT HODGENVILLE)-150-154; THE FORCES OF FREEDOM

(ADDRESS AT SUFFRAGE CONVENTION, ATLANTIC City)

154-157; WORLD BUSINESS OF AMERICA (ADDRESS TO

THE GRAIN DEALERS' ASSOCIATION, AT BALTIMORE)-

157-162; A SOCIETY OF NATIONS (ADDRESS AT CINCIN-

NATI)—162-164; THE END OF ISOLATION (ADDRESS AT

Shadow Lawn)-164-165; The Right HAND TO LA-

BOR (ADDRESS TO THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR,

AT THE WHITE HOUSE)—165-166; THE WAY TO PEACE

(DESPATCH Partly IN REPLY TO GERMAN PROPOSITION

OF PEACE, THROUGH SECRETARY LANSING)—167-179.

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YEAR 1917

171-240

SUPPORT FOR THE RED Cross (PUBLIC APPEAL AS PRESI-

DENT OF THE RED Cross)-171-172; CONDITIONS OF

PEACE (ADDRESS TO THE SENATE)—172-179; BREACH

WITH GERMANY (ADDRESS to CONGRESS)-179-183; A

GREAT INVENTOR (LETTER TO THOMAS A. EDISON ON

His 70TH BIRTHDAY)—183; POLITICAL PRINCIPLES OF

AMERICANS (SECOND INAUGURAL ADDRESS)-184-188;

NECESSITY OF WAR AGAINST GERMANY_(ADDRESS TO

CONGRESS)—188-197; THE AMERICAN PEOPLE Must

SUPPORT THE WAR (PUBLIC APPEAL BY THE PRESIDPNT

TO HIS FELLOW COUNTRYMEN)—197-201 ; THE RED

Cross (ADDRESS AT THE DEDICATION OF THE RED Cross

BUILDING IN WASHINGTON)—202-204; OBJECTS IN Go-

ING TO WAR (LETTER TO REPRESENTATIVE HEFLIN)-

204-205; NEED OF A CENSORSHIP LAW (LETTER TO REPRE-

SENTATIVE WEBB)—205-206; FRIENDSHIP WITH RUSSIA
(CABLEGRAM Russia)—206-208; DEFENDERS OF

AMERICAN HONOR (ADDRESS AT ARLINGTON CEMETERY)

-209-210; INSULTS AND AGGRESSIONS OF GERMANY (AD-

DRESS ON FLAG DAY AT WASHINGTON)-210-211; GREET-
ING TO FRENCH DEMOCRACY (CABLEGRAM TO THE FRENCH
GOVERNMENT)_217; THE BIBLE AND THE SOLDIER
(MESSAGE TO SOLDIERS AND SAILORS)-217-218; Patri-

OTIC TEACHING IN SCHOOLS (PUBLIC APPEAL TO SCHOOL

OFFICERS)-218-219; PAPAL PROPOSITIONS OF PEACE

(REPLY TO THE POPE THROUGH SECRETARY LANSING).

219-222; TO THE SOLDIERS OF THE NATIONAL ARMY

(PUBLIC MESSAGE TO THE DRAFTED MEN)-222-223;

THE JUNIOR RED Cross (PROCLAMATION TO THE SCHOOL

CHILDREN OF THE UNITED STATES)-223-224; WOMEN

AND THE SUFFRAGE (REPLY TO A DELEGATION FROM THE

NEW YORK STATE WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE PARTY, AT THE

WHITE HOUSE)-224-226; LABOR AND THE WAR (Ad-

DRESS TO THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR CONVEN-

BUFFALO)-226-230; UNIVERSAL LOYALTY

(TELEGRAM TO THE NORTHWEST LOYALTY MEETINGS,

St. Paul)-231; SYMPATHY WITH

BELGIANS

(CABLEGRAM TO KING ALBERT OF BELGIUM)-231-232;

EXTENSION OF THE WAR TO AUSTRIA-HUNGARY (Ad-

DRESS TO CONGRESS)—232-238; GOVERNMENT CONTROL

OF RAILROADS (PUBLIC STATEMENT)-238-240.

YEAR 1918

241-289

ORGANIZATION FOR THE WAR (ADDRESS TO CONGRESS)

-241-244; FOURTEEN CONDITIONS OF PEACE (ADDRESS TO

CONGRESS)-244-251; THE FARMERS' PATRIOTISM (MES-

SAGE TO THE FARMERS' CONFERENCE AT URBANA, ILL.)—

251-255; HONOR TO THE RED Cross (ADDRESS TO THE

PUBLIC MEETING IN NEW YORK, OPENING A CAMPAIGN

FOR THE SECOND RED Cross FUND)—256-260; WAR-TIME

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