Our Common Country: Mutual Good Will in America

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Index
Actors: must know characters,
64
“Advice and consent”: and ap- pointment of judges, 127
Aeroplanes, 83
Africa, 75
Agriculture, 35, 39; and colleges, 41; end of exploitation, 44; need for voice in government, 47; interdependence with in- dustry, 82, 118; in Middle West, 87; in South, 87
Algebra, 70
Alliance: compacts of, 118
Allied Powers, 118
“All the world's a stage, ” 65
Ambition, 26
Amendments: and guarantee of constitutional rights, 130
“America First, ” 18, 34, 73, 74, 76, 77, 129; believed in by soldiers of the republic, 119
American business: not big busi- ness, 15; the daily work of the nation, 16; suffered from gov- ernment meddling, 18; and the welfare of human beings,
133; not a monster, 133; as God-given impulse to create, 133
American farmers: consideration in trade relations with other countries, 52; and availability of labor, 97
American ideals, 47; justice not force, 109
American products: best in the world, 26
American resources, 117
American Revolution, 121
Americans: must know soul to play part in world civilization, 65; one in three unfit, 104. See also Foreign-born Americans
American spirit: development of, 111, 117
American stage: desire for it to be best, 65
Anarchy, 124
Arbitration, 28
Argentina, 51
Arithmetic, 70
Armed Ship Bill: discussed in Senate, 110

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