The Course of American Democratic Thought

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

THE AUTHOR IS GRATEFUL to the following publishing houses for permission to make quotations from books published by them: to the Central Book Company for quotations from Oliver Wendell Holmes , His Book Notices and Uncollected Papers; to the Harvard University Press for quotations from Walt Whitman's Workshop by C. J. Furness, from Fugitive Essays by Josiah Royce, from The Fifth Amendment Today by E. N. Griswold, from Charles Saunders Peirce, Collected Works; to G. P. Putnam's Sons for quotations from Recollections and Impressions by Octavius Brooks Frothingham , from Young Ward's Diary by B. J. Stern, from The Plantation Negro as a Freeman by P. A. Bruce, from Glimpses of the Cosmos by L. F. Ward, from Social Facts and Forces by Washington Gladden; to the Viking Press for quotations from Kamongo by Homer W. Smith; to Charles Scribner's Sons for quotations from Theodore Roosevelt's Works, from The Southerner's Problem by Thomas Nelson Page, from The Challenge to Liberty by Herbert Hoover, from Philosophies at War by Fulton J. Sheen; to The Round Table Press for quotations from Statesmanship and Religion by Henry Wallace; to Little, Brown and Company for quotations from The Thought and Character of William James by R. B. Perry, from The Good Society by Walter Lippmann ; to Henry Holt and Company for quotations from The Frontier in American History by F. J. Turner; to the University of Wisconsin Press for quotations from Early Writings of Frederick Jackson Turner by Fulmer Mood; to Longmans, Green and Company for a quotation from Varieties of Religious Experience by William James; to Appleton-Century-Crofts for quotations from The Labor Movement in the United States, 1660-1895 by Norman J. Ware , from The Strenuous Life by Theodore Roosevelt; to Harcourt, Brace and Company for quotations from God's Gold by John T. Flynn , from The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens, from America's Strategy in World Politics by Nicholas Spykman, from Catholicism in America; to E. P. Dutton and Company for quotations from Labor and the Common Welfare by Samuel Gompers; to Harper & Brothers for quotations from Acres of Diamonds by R. H. Conwell, from Armaments and Arbitration by A. T. Mahan,

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