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Index
Abrams v. United States, 86
Adams, Henry, 138, 142
Adamson Act (1916), 259
Addams, Jane: Americanization cam- paign and, 64, 68; AUAM and, 34; pacifism of, 34-35, 284; on social re- form and war, 50n; Women's Peace Party and, 30
Advertising: Baruch on, 130-31; in bond sale drives, 105-6; CPI use of, 61-62, 90-91; war as spur to, 90-91
Alien Act (1918), 290
Alien Property Custodian, 311-13, 314
Alien Registration Act (1940), 87n
Allen, Frederick Lewis, 43
Allied Maritime Transport Council (AMTC), 326-27, 335
Allied Purchasing Commission, 323
All Quiet on the Western Front, (Remarque), 223
Ambulance drivers, 180n, 219, 228
American Alliance for Labor and Democracy, 29, 72
American Ambulance Field Service, 180n, 219
American Civil Liberties Bureau. See Civil Liberties Bureau
American Civil Liberties Union, 36, 366
American Defense Society, 291
American Expeditionary Force (AEF), 93-94; Allied commentators on, 192, 193-95, 198, 200-201, 203-4; amal- gamation controversy about, 93, 94, 170-77, 192, 194n; battles, 190, 191-201, 202-5; blacks in, 158-62, 176, 199-200; campaign against venereal disease, 186-87; cemeteries in Europe, 367, 368-69; death from disease in, 189n, 198; dependence on European ordnance, 194n; discipline, 209-10, 224; expansion in size, 169-70, 177; immigrants in, 157-58, 188, 189; inadequate training and experience, 198-99, 203, 204-5; in- telligence testing, 187-89; legality of overseas service, 168; need to send overseas questioned, 93, 144-45, 168-69; shipment of, 169, 175-77, 189, 328, 333; training camps, 185-86; undernourishment in, 209; women in, 284. See also Belleau Wood; Cantigny; Château-Thierry; Conscription; Meuse-Argonne offensive; Pershing, John J.; Saint- Mihiel
American Farm Bureau Federation, 122, 141, 142
American Federation of Labor (A. F. of L.): entry into war supported by, 27-29; growth in war period, 258-59; La Follette's presidential candidacy supported by, 294; steel industry organizing drive, 270, 271, 272, 273. See also Gompers, Samuel; Labor unions
American Field Service Fellowship, 219
American Foreign Banking Corpora- tion, 307
“Americanism” in 1916 election, 12. See also “100 percent Americanism”
Americanization campaign: AEF and, 65, 158; CPI and, 63, 65-66; pre- paredness campaign and, 66-67; pre- war, 63-64; repression of ethnic

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