Taft papers on League of Nations / edited by Theodore Marburg and Horace E. Flack Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930

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Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930
Subjects
League of Nations; League to Enforce Peace (U.S.); Peace
Contents
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  • Commentary by Frank X. Gerrity 000
  • Foreword to the Original Edition by William Howard Taft 000
  • 1. League to Enforce Peace 000
  • 2. Victory Program 000
  • 3. The Paris Covenant for a League of Nations 000
  • 4. Plan for a League of Nations to Enforce Peace 000
  • 5. Proposals of the League to Enforce Peace 000
  • 6. Constitutionality of the Proposals 000
  • 7. A Constructive Plan for Human Betterment 000
  • 8. The Purposes of the League 000
  • 9. Statement Made at Richmond, Virginia, March 21, 1917 000
  • 10. The Menace of a Premature Peace 000
  • 11. World Peace Debate 000
  • 12. Victory with Power 000
  • 13. Our Purpose 000
  • 14. Self Determination 000
  • 15. Peril in Hun Peace Offer 000
  • 16. The Obligations of Victory 000
  • 17. Workingmen and the League 000
  • 18. A League of Nations Our National Policy 000
  • 19. Why a League of Nations Is Necessary 000
  • 20. Lesser League of Nations 000
  • 21. Disarmament of Nations and Freedom of the Seas 000
  • 22. The League of Nations and the German Colonies 1 000
  • 23. The League of Nations and Religious Liberty 000
  • 24. President Wilson and the League of Nations 000
  • 25. Senator Lodge on the League of Nations 000
  • 26. The League: Why and How 000
  • 27. From an Article in the Public Ledger, January 1, 1919 000
  • 28. Representation in the League 000
  • 29. Criticism Should Be Constructive 000
  • 30. Roosevelts Contribution to League of Nations 000
  • 31. The League of Nations, What It Means and Why It Must Be 000
  • 32. League of Nations and President Wilsons Advisers 000
  • 33. The League of Nations Is Here 000
  • 34. The Leagues Bite 000
  • 35. The League of Nations and the German Colonies 2 000
  • 36. From an Address at the Atlantic Congress for a League of Nations, New York, February 5,
  • 1919 000
  • 37. Ireland and the League 000
  • 38. The Great Covenant of Paris 000
  • 39. To Business Men 000
  • 40. From an Address at San Francisco, February 19, 1919 000
  • 41. From an Address at Salt Lake City, February 22, 1919 000
  • 42. League of Nations as Barrier to Any Great Wars in Future 000
  • 43. The Paris Covenant for a League of Nations . 000
  • 44. Answer to Senator Knoxs Indictment 000
  • 45. Paris Covenant Has Teeth 000
  • 46. To Make Peace Secure 000
  • 47. League of Nations Has Not Delayed Peace 000
  • 48. Open Diplomacy Slow 000
  • 49. Russia, France, Danzig 000
  • 50. The Round Robin 000
  • 51. Guaranties of Article X 000
  • 52. Religious and Racial Freedom 000
  • 53. Secret Treaty Provisions that Are at the Root of the Crisis at the Paris Conference 000
  • 54. Analysis of the League Covenant as Amended 000
  • 55. Correspondence 000.
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