The Great Crusade and after, 1914-1928 - Vol. 12

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ACCIDENTS, increase of motor, 236.
Adams, F. P., journalism of, 355
Adamson act, enactment of, 17
Advertising, effect on fashions of, 155-156: tourism and, 238- 240; volume of, 362-365; methods of, 365-371.
Agriculture, changes in, 190-191, 218: American type of, 191- 193; mechanization of, 193- 196; depression in, 199-204; coöperation in, 212-213; diversification in, 213-215; motor traction in, 234-235; Southern progress in, 265-266; bibliography, 455-456.
Airplanes. See Aviation.
Alabama, war committees in, 63.
Alcoholism, deaths from, 119-120.
Allard, H. A., discoveries of, 379.
Allen, Governor Henry, establishes industrial court, 85.
Amalgamated Clothing Workers, membership of, 174.
Amateur sports, vogue of, 272- 276, 280. See also Sport.
American Association of University Professors, on football, 275; on academic freedom, 337.
American Civil Liberties Bureau, opposes draft, 69.
American Civil Liberties Union, activities of, 88.
American Cotton Association, established, 213.
American Defense Society, activity of, 24.
American Expeditionary Force ("A. E. F."), organized, 35-42; soldier life in, 42-49.
American Federation of Labor, favored by President Wilson, 17; supports war, 65-66; conservatism of, 85, 173; membership of, 174-175.
American League to Limit Armaments, activity of, 24.
American Legion, established, 78.
American Magazine, popularity of. 347, 358, 360.
American Mercury, character of, 359, 421-422.
American Relief Administration. activities of, 200, 291n.
American Rights Committee, activity of, 24.
American Union against Militarism, activity of, 24.
American University ( Washington, D. C.), in war time, 332.
Americanization, activities in, 302- 304; bibliography, 451.
Amherst, President Meiklejohn at, 340.
Amusements, athletic, 271-281: parlor, 281-286, 342.
Anderson, Sherwood, fiction of, 417, 420.
Antioch College, educational experiments at, 341.
Anti-Saloon League, activities of, 109-112.
Anti-Semitism, 228, 314-315. See also Nativism.
Architecture, domestic, 138-141, 410; urban, 408-410.
Argonne, campaign in the, 49.
Aristocracy, in advertising, 366- 367.
Arkansas, antievolution law in, 338, 432-433.
Armistice, celebrated, 71.
Art, tendencies in American, 406- 414; bibliography, 463-464.
Ashland College, established, 340.
Astronomy, achievements in, 374.
Athletics. See Sport.
Atlanta Constitution, public services of, 358.
Atlantic, characterized, 362.

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