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Buffalo, the, 19, 21, 24, 27-29. acter, 50, 80, 96; asset in na-
Bull Run, battle of, 38.

tion's greatness, 146; effort to
Bunyan, John, his Man with the enforce principle of, 148; appli-
Muck-rake, 121.

cation of, 165, 168.
Business, and government, 132- Competency, 73. See Efficiency.

53; which is hurt by the move- Competition, 165.
ment for honesty, 146; hurting, Compromise, necessity of, 130.
193.

Conscience, liberty of, 196.

Conservation, 164-68.
Cabins, of backwoodsmen, 8, 9. Conservatism, and radicalism,
Capital and labor, Lincoln's atti 148-51.
tude toward, 150, 151.

Contract, freedom of, 154, 159.
Capitalist and wage worker, prob- Control, of corporations, 175; of
lem of, 134.

governmental agents, 180.
Carlyle, Thomas, his prophecies, Corn, resource of backwoodsmen,
306.

8.
Cavour, C. B. di, a worker for Corporations, abuses in, 136–38;

peace of righteousness, 239. and publicity, 138, 139, 145;
Chance, element of, in success, 80. taxation of, 139-42; control of,
Chancellorsville, battle of, 38–42. 175. See Trusts.
Character, 45–55; the thing that corruption, 112–21.

counts, 50; the qualities that courage, an elemental virtue,
constitute, 50, 80, 95; growth 48, 95; all-important, 61, 62; and
in, the determining factor in honesty, 72.
self-government, 55; better than Court of Arbitral Justice, 245.
genius, 95.

Courts, 158–63.
Charity, and love, 63.

Coyotes, 24.
Child labor, 153.

Critics, 119, 120.
Children, at Sagamore Hill, 291- Crockett, Daniel, 33–35.
95.

Cross country, 266–69.
China, 230, 236, 249.

Cuba, Roosevelt in, in Spanish
Church and State, separation of, War, 276-81.
206.

Cumberland Gap, 20.
Citizenship, pride in, 49. See Cushing, William B., 213.
Good.

Custer, General George A., 209,
Civic reformer, the, 270–76.

210.
Civil War, the, 173, 234.
Clark. See Lewis and Clark. Death, 88-92; the law of, and
Class, the word hardly applicable nations, 305.

to American life, 187; democ- Decency, 70–73, 81, 95, 100; civic,
racy cannot be built on lines of, 49, 107; not weakness, 51, 52,
190.

61.
Class cleavage, 187-94.

Deeds, the homage of, 46; in
Clubs, political, 102–04.

service, 87; and words, 243.
Coal strike settlement, 166, 281-Deer, 12, 19, 21, 24, 27-29, 32.
83.

Democracy, based on service, 83;
Collective bargaining, 154, 155. experiment in, 186; in country
Common sense, a quality of char districts of America, 188; cannot

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be built on class lines, 190; in portance of, 65–70; highest ideal
dustrial, 192.

of, 69; duty of perpetuating, 90.
Dewey, Admiral George, 201. Farmers, 152.
Division of labor, 152.

Farragut, David G., 209, 213.
Divorce, 70.

Finances, corporate, 152.
Doctrinaire, the, 129.

Flag, the American, 199, 206, 208,
Domestic service, 85.

216.
Dutch, in the colonies, 5.

Flowers, on Long Island, 288.
Duty, 49, 306; well and honestly Foreign policy, 228, 229, 232.

done, happiness the result of, Forest, of the backwoodsmen, 6, 9.
71; performance of, to be ex- Forests, public, 166.
acted, 88; of the individual, 93– Fort Mandan, 26.
101; nationalism of, 219.

Forts, stockade, 7, 8.

Fortunes, large, 153.
Early, Jubal A., 39.

France, warning of her history,
Economic policy, stability of, 184, 185.
needed, 143.

Franchises, taxation of, 140–42.
Education, attained by a process, Frankness, 72.

not an act, 54; of good according Fredericksburg, 38, 39.

to its use, 97–99; industrial, 153. Freedom, of contract, 154, 159;
Efficiency, not to be left to the of opportunity, 164-68.

Devil's agents, 52; and honesty, Frontiersmen. See Backwoodsmen.
72, 73; not to be penalized, 75;
in politics, 75; in military mat- Game, of the backwoodsmen, 12,
ters, 75, 76.

13, 19, 21, 24; encountered by
Effort, sustained, 52, 151; the law Lewis and Clark, 27–32.
of worthy life, 67.

Genius, 78, 95.
Elephant hunting, 298–302. Germans, in the colonies, 5; and
Elk, the, 12, 19, 21, 24, 27-29, 32; German-Americans, 199–207.

the call of the bull, 263-65. Gettysburg, 52-54.
Emerson, R. W., 241.

God, fearing, 216–19.
Employers' liability law, 147, 167. Goethals, Colonel George Wash-
Endeavor, goal of national great ington, 200.

ness to be won through, 59. Good, the general, 165, 168, 177.
Energy, business, 153.

Good citizen, qualities needed to
English language, 208.

make, 72.
Enthusiasm toward the right, a Good citizenship, the basis of,
quality of character, 50.

45-92; the basis of just govern-
Equality, of opportunity, 147, ment, 93-131.

173, 174; association on plane Good man, the strong and the
of, 188, 189; of consideration timid, 51, 52.
and respect, 208, 209.

Government, just, the basis of,
Evans, Admiral Robley D., 201. 93-131; from without and from
Expediency and principle, 284, within, 93; by the people, 93,
285.

94; the basis of national unity,
Extremes, to be avoided, 192, 193. 132-86; and business, 132-53.

Grant, U. S., 209.
Family, the, and the home, im- Grant, Frederick D., 200.

Gray, Captain Robert, 31.

and Lewis and Clark, 25, 26,
Great Adventure, the, 88–92. 30-32; and David Crockett, 33.
Great Falls of the Missouri, 30. Individual, the duty of the, 93-
Great Plains, animals of, 24.

101.

Individualism, system of, 154;
Hague conferences, 240, 241, 244, unlimited, is ruinous, 194.
245.

Industrial democracy, 192.
“Hands across the Sea," 203. Industrial education, 153.
Happiness, as result of duty well | Industrial liberty, 164.

and honestly done, 71; pursuit Industrial life, modern, 132–86.
of, 164.

Industrial peace, 242.
Harrodsburg, settlement of, 20. Inheritance tax, 153.
Hawkins, General Hamilton S., International peace. See Peace.
280.

International law, 219.
Hearne, Samuel, 28.

International organization for
Heintzelman, General Samuel P.,

peace, 233-50.
210.

International relations, 226–32.
Herding, night, 257–59.

Internationalism, 219, 223-25.
Heroism, feats of, 213.

Irish, in the colonies, 4, 5.
High finance, 146.
Highways, national, 152.

Jackson, Stonewall, of Round-
Homage of deeds, the, 46.

head type, 37, 38; military suc-
Home, the, and the family, im cess of, 38; death, 38 42.
portance of, 65–70.

Jews, 197, 198, 201.
Honesty, importance of, 49, 72, 73, Judges, 158-63.

95, 118, 146-48; not merely law- Judiciary, the, 158-63.
honesty, 114.

Justice, 49, 50, 141; and privilege,
Hooker, Joseph, 38-42.

struggle between, 182–84; social
Houston, Samuel, 36.

and industrial, 185; and peace,
Howard, General Oliver O., 39, 40. 242.
Hunting, anecdote, 77; and train-

ing, 78, 79; midwinter, 253–57; Keenan, Major Peter, 41.
cross country, 266-69; elephant, Kenton, Simon, 22.
298-302.

Kentucky, the founding of, 18-23.
Husband, the primary duty of, Know-nothingism, 207.
65, 66.

Koran, proverb based on text in, 55.
Hyphenated Americans, 199-210, Korea, 236.
218.

Labor and capital, Lincoln's atti-
Ideals, practical, 72, 73, 76, 99– tude toward, 150, 151.

101, 127–31, 223, 243; to be Labor unions, 154–57.
fought for, 90.

Law, 136, 137, 194; support of,
Idler, the, 64.

171; international, 219.
Immigrants, must become Amer- Lawless violence, 112, 113, 118,
icanized, 205–07.

119.
Indians, and backwoodsmen, 7, Laws, in period of prosperity, 142,

13, 14; and Daniel Boone, 20 143; enacted for benefit of whole
23; attack Boonesborough, 22; people, 169.

Lawton, Lieutenant Louis B., 278. Mexicans, at the fall of the Alamo,
League of Peace, 246-50.

33–36.
Lee, Lighthorse Harry, 209. Midwinter hunting, 253–57.
Lee, Robert E., 38–42.

Mills, Major, 278, 279.
Legislature, and the courts, 161. Minorities, tyranny of, 179, 180.
Leisure, wisely used, 56.

Missouri, State of, 23, 24.
Lewis and Clark, expedition, 24 Mob, tyranny of, 191, 192.

32; their narrative, 25; their Mocking-bird, the, 265, 266.
dealings with the Indians, 25, Monopoly, 165.
26, 30–32; the game encountered Monroe Doctrine, 226, 227.
by, 27-31.

Moral purpose, a necessary virtue,
Liberty, by whom achievable, 131; 48.

of contract, 154, 159; industrial, Morality, political, 112–26.
164; danger of being misled by Morgan, Pierpont, 281-83.
the word, 191, 192; and tyranny, Motherhood, fear of, 57; honor-
and anarchy, 193; order with ableness of, 66-68.

out, 193; of conscience, 196. Muck-raking, 121–26.
Lies, 125.

Muhlenberg, Peter, 209, 210.
Life, the vicious, 71; of vapid

ease, 71; like traveling on a Names, danger of being misled
ridge crest, 73.

by, 191.
Life-saving service, 221.

Nation, rests upon the individual,
Lincoln, Abraham, 48, 192, 209; 49; greatness of, qualities that

a conservative leader of radical go to make up, 50; greatness of,
ism, 148–51; on the struggle to be won through strife and
between justice and privilege, endeavor, 59; and States, di-
183, 184; a worker for peace of vision of governmental power
righteousness, 239; Roosevelt's between, 143, 144.
hero, 286; characteristics of, National Republican Convention
286.

of 1884, 110.
Love, and charity, 63; and work, National strength, national unity
64.

the basis of, 187-210; the basis
Luxembourg, 230, 236.

of international peace, 211-50.

National unity, just government
Machine, political, 104-07.

the basis of, 132-86; the basis of
Machine politicians, 104.

national strength, 187–210.
Machinery, advantages conferred Nationalism, 223–25; of duty, 219.
by, 152.

Nations, the fall of, 306.
Mackenzie, Alexander, 27, 28. Natural resources, 167.
Majority, judgment of, 161; tyr- Nebraska, 24.
anny of, 179.

Neutrality, 220.
Malthus, his fears as to the future, New Nationalism, 178.
305.

New York City, politics in, 96,
Manliness, individual, 49; all-im 109–11; the mayor and alder-
portant, 61, 62.

men of, 270–76.
Marion, General Francis, 209. New York State, democracy in,
Marriage, 68.

188.
Mendacity, 118, 120, 122. Newspapers, 208.

Niebuhr, B. G., his guess as to the Political life, the prime object of,
future, 305.

99.
Night-herding, 257-59.

Political Morality, 112-26.
Nobel Peace Prize, 241, 242. Politicians, represent the people,
Norway, 188.

94; of common sense, 96; ma-

chine, 104.
O'Neil, Admiral Charles, 201. Politics, need of efficiency in, 75;
Opportunity, freedom of, 164-68; the kind of people in, 96; prac-
equality of, 173, 174.

tical, 102–11; and religion, 196-
Order, danger of being misled by 98.

the word, 191, 192; without Postal savings banks, 152.
liberty, 193.

Poverty, and the State, 134.
Oregon land frauds, 283, 284. Practical politics, 102–11.
Organization, advantages con- Practice, and ideals, 72, 73, 76, 99–
ferred by, 152.

101, 127–31, 223, 243; preaching
Osterhaus, P. J., 210.

and, 276, 277.

Prairie, the, 260–63.
Pacifism and pacifists, 218, 220, Prairie dogs, 25.
238 41, 250.

Preaching and practice, 276, 277.
Panama Canal, 167.

Preparedness, national, 211-22; of
Parties, political, 195.

soul and spirit, 214-16; personal,
Partisanship, 195.

235.
Patience, 55.

Presbyterian Irish, in the colonies,
Patriotism, 211, 218, 219.

4, 5.
Peace, not the end of all things, 58; Principle, and expediency, 284,

international, national strength 285.
the basis of, 211-50; world, on Privilege, special, 173–75, 178,
what it rests, 219; and right 182, 193.
eousness, 219, 220, 230, 239, Progress, condition of, 173.
241, 242; international organiza- Promise, and performance, 125,

tion for, 233–50; industrial, 242. 126.
Peace congresses, 237, 239, 240. Property, relations of, to human
People, as sovereign, 93, 94; the welfare, 176.

right of, to rule, 179–86; the Prophet, the, 302, 303; of evil,
plain, 285–87.

305.
Perkins, George W., 281, 282. Prosperity, national, 142.
Pets, at Sagamore Hill, 293–95. Protestants, 196-98, 201.
Pioneers, 3–17. See Backwoods- Prudence, 143.

Public, the, the third party in
Plain people, the, 285–87.

industrial disputes, 156.
Platitudes, 128.

Public lands, 166.
Plato, the Republic, 129.

Public life, 73, 79, 80.
Play, 59.

Public opinion, check on improper
Pleasonton, Alfred, 41.

use of wealth, 133.
Pleasure, pursuit of, 71.

Public utilities, 134.
Police, 235, 236, 246; international, Publicity, of trust transactions,
236, 246.

138, 139, 145.
Political clubs, 102-04.

Pure food law, 167.

men.

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