The problems and lessons of the war ... ed. by George H. Blakeslee ... with a foreword by G. Stanley Hall Blakeslee, George Hubbard, 1871-1954

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Blakeslee, George Hubbard, 1871-1954
Subjects
World War, 1914-1918; United States -- Defenses; United States
Contents
  • Machine derived contents note: I
  • INTRODUCTION: THE WAR PROBLEM AND ITS PRO-
  • POSED SOLUTIONS xxv
  • George H. Blakeslee
  • PREPAREDNESS
  • II
  • AMERICA'S NEED FOR PREPAREDNESS IN POLICY.
  • Norman Angell, Author of The Great TIlusion, Arms and
  • Industry and America-The New World State.
  • III
  • THE DEFENSE OF THE REPUBLIC AND THE MAINTE-
  • NANCE OF OUR NATIONAL OBLIGATIONS 22
  • George Haven Putnam, Litt D., Late Major 176th New
  • York Volunteers, Prest, of G. P. Putnam's Sons; Author
  • of Abraham Lincoln, A Prisoner of War in Virginia,
  • 1Memories of a Publisher, etc.
  • IV
  • THE NAVAL LESSONS TO THE UNITED STATES IN THE
  • PRESENT WAR 45
  • Ira N. Hollis, Sc.D., L.ILD.; President, Worcester Polytech-
  • nic Institute; Graduate United States Naval Academy, for
  • Nineteen Years an Officer in United States Navy; Author
  • of Numerous Papers on the Navy and Engineering.
  • THE FUNCTIONS OF THE NAVAL CONSULTING BOARD
  • OF THE UNITED STATES 83
  • Arthur Gordon Webster, Sc.D, LL.D., Professor of Physics
  • in Clark University, Member of the Naval Consulting
  • Board; Delegate of United States Government to Inter-
  • national Radio-Telegraphic Congress, 1912.
  • VI
  • THE POISON OF PREPAREDNESS 93
  • Hon. Warren Worth Bailey, Member of Congress from
  • Pennsylvania.
  • VII
  • PREPAREDNESS: THE AMERICAN PROGRAM 10.3
  • William L Hull,Ph.D. Author of The Two Hague Conferenmes,
  • The New Peace Movement, and The Monroe Doctrine:
  • National or International?
  • ECONOMIC ASPECTS
  • VIII
  • ECONOMIC POSITION OF THE UNITED STATES AT THE
  • CLOSE OF THE WAR 1 21
  • Hon. George E. Roberts, Assistant, to the President, The
  • National City Bank of New York; Formerly Director
  • of the United States Mint
  • IX
  • THE ECONOMIC ROAD TO PERLMANENT PEACE 1 38
  • "Wi iar English Walling, author of The Socialists and the
  • War and Socialism as It Is.
  • ELIMINATING THE ECONOMIC CAUSES OF WAR 1..55
  • Roger W. Babson, President, Babson's Statistical Organzaz
  • tion; Author of The Future of World Peace.
  • TIE iWbORLD-WIDE EXTENSION BY INTERNATIONAL
  • AGREEMENT OF THE PRINCIPLE OF THE MONROE
  • DOCTRINE, AS NECESSARY TO PEACE 163
  • F, E. Chadwick, Rear Admiral, United States Navy; For-
  • merly President of the Naval War College; Author of
  • Causes of the Civil War, Relations of the United States and
  • Spain, and The United States Navy.
  • PROPOSALS FOR RESTRICTING OR ELIMI-
  • NATING WAR
  • XII
  • DOES NATIONALIS ANSWER PRESENT-DAY NEEDS? 179
  • Edward Krehbiel, Ph.D.. Professor of Modern History,
  • Leland Stanford Jr. University; Author (with David Starr
  • Jordan) of a Syllabus of Lectures on International Con-
  • ciliation.
  • XIII
  • FEDERATION OR INTER-STATE ANARCHY: THE WTVORLD
  • CRISIS IN THE LIGHT OF AMERICAN HISTORY,
  • 1783-9 1 93
  • George W. Nasmythi Ph.D., Director of the World Peac;
  • Foundation, President of theEighthInternatioaalCongress
  • of Students; Author of Social Progress and the Darwinian
  • Theory: A Study of Force as a Factor in Human Relations.
  • XIV
  • THE LEAGUE TO ENFORCE PEACE 214
  • Hon. Samuel J. Elder, LL.D., President of the Boston Bar
  • Association; One of Senior Counsel for UnitedStates before
  • The Hague Tribunal in the North Atlantic Fisheries
  • Arbitration with Great Britain, 19ro; Memberof Executive
  • Committee of the American Branch of the League to En-
  • force Peace.
  • THE BRITISH UNION OF DEMOCRATIC CONTROL 223
  • Hon, Francis Neilson, Member of the British House of
  • Commons.
  • XVI
  • THE "WISCONSIN PLAN ": A CONFERENCE OF
  • NEUTRALS FOR CONTINUOUS MEDIATION 244
  • Emily G. Balch, Professor of Economics and Sociology,
  • WellesleyCollege; a Delegate to the International Congress
  • of Women at The Hague.
  • "THE TEST OF THE WAR
  • XVII
  • THE WAR-A TEST OF THIE GERMAN THEORY OF
  • MILITARISM 2. 65
  • Morton Prince, M.D., LL.D., Professor Emeritus, Tufts
  • College Medical School; Author of From Webster to Wilson:
  • The Disintegration of an Ideal and The Psychology of the
  • Kaiser.
  • XVIII
  • THE WAR-A TEST OF THE GERMAN THEORY OF
  • STATE 279
  • Kuno Francke, LL.D., Professor of the History of German
  • Culture, Harvard University; Author of Glimpses of
  • Modern German Culture and German Ideals of To-day.
  • NATURALIZED AMERICANS
  • XIX
  • SOME OF THE RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS or AMERICAN
  • CITIZENSIP 291
  • Hon. George W. Anderson, United States Attorney for the
  • District of Massachusetts.
  • "TO WHAT EXTENT IS AMERICA SERVED BY SUPPRESS-
  • ING THE RACIAL TRADITIONS OF ITS HYPTHENATED
  • CITIzENS , r. ? , 307
  • Camillo Von ienze, Ph.D., Head of the Department of
  • Germanic Languages and Literatures, Brown University.
  • BRITISH AND GERMAN VIEWPOINTS
  • XXI
  • T-HE EFFECTS OF THE WAR UPON EUROPE 3 14
  • Stanton Coit, Ph.D., of London, England. Pounder of the
  • Moral Education League of England; author of The Soul of
  • A merica.,
  • XXII
  • WHAT A GERMAN VICTORY WOULD MEAN TO THE
  • WORLD 343
  • John A. Walz, Ph,DU , Professor of the German Language and
  • Literature, Harvard University.
  • PAN-AMERICANISM
  • XXIII
  • THE EFFECT OF THE WAR UPON PAN-AMERICAN
  • CO-OPERTION 357
  • Senhor Manoel de Oliveira Lima, PhD., Minister Plenipoten-
  • tiary from Brazil, Professor of Latin-American History and
  • Economics (1915-6i) at Harvard University; Member of
  • the Brazilian Academy and Academy of Lisbon; Author of
  • Pan-Americanism: Bolivar-Monroe-Roosevelt and Impres-
  • sions of a Diplomat.
  • THE RED CROSS
  • XXIV
  • THE INFLU ENCE FOR PEACE IN THE RED,-CROSS WORK 369
  • Mabel T. Boardman, LLUD., Chairman of the American
  • Red-Cross Relief Board.
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