Isolation and Security: Ideas and Interests in Twentieth-Century American Foreign Policy

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Index
Acheson, Dean, U. S. Secretary of State: on collective security, 53-54; mentioned, 133, 136
Adams, George B., historian: quoted, 15
Adams, President John: on libertarian tradition, 161; on treaty with France, 161-162, 163
Adams, John T.: opposes World Court, 72
Addams, Jane, 101
Air Force, Army, 58
America First Committee: backbone of, 20; principles of, 24; mentioned, 105
"America Firstere": and isolationism, 164
American Committee for the Cause and Cure of War, 83, 100, 102, 104
American Committee for the Outlawry of War, 83, 87, 89, 100, 101
American Peace Society: and use of force, 34, 36; mentioned, 82
American Union for Concerted Peace Efforts, 50
Andorra, 94
Anglophiles, 13
Anglophobia: distinctive in isolationism, 31; element of isolationism, 11, 30
Anti-expansionism: in U. S., 164
Antiforeignism: element of isolationism, 11; mentioned, 24
Antimilitarism: basic in isolationism, 31; element of isolationism, 11; of Bryan, 23
Appeal of the Thirty-one, 66-67
Arbitration, 85, 96-97, 102, 102, 106
Argentina, 94
Arms embargo: Kellogg Pact and, 41, 43; see also Neutrality laws
Armstrong, John P.: on Senator Robert A. Taft, 169
Army: U. S., 59-60
Article 10 of League of Nations Covenant: compared to Article 2 of the Four-Power Treaty, 69; rejected by the American people and Senate, 65- 66; Wilson defends, 64-65; mentioned, 10, 68; see also League of Nations
Asia-first vs. Europe-first, 152-157
Association of Nation, 66, 68, 71
Atomic weapons: collective security and, 53; isolationism and, 28
Austria-Hungary: in First World War, 35, 37; mentioned, 91
Axson, Stockton: quotes Wilson, 36
Balance of Power: and Britain, 14, 25; and collective security, 33, 35, 37, 45-46, 52, 55; destroyed by Gemany, 8; evils of, 7; and isolationism, 27; and League of Nations, 9; after Second World War, 10
Barnes, Harry Elmer: intellectual isolationist, 21
Bartholdt, Richard: favors compulsory arbitration, 63
Beard, Charles, A.: on collective security, 139; defines isolationism 21; liberal isolationist, 18-19; mentioned, 22; quoted, 11, 23
Belmont, August, New York banker, 139
Bemis, Samuel F., historian, 148
Berger, Victor L., 83
Bliss, Tasker H., 75
Boer War, 12
Bolivia, 94
Borah, William E., U. S. senator: and Arms embargo, 43; begins campaign against World Court, 73; champions Kellogg-Briand Pact in the Senate, 77; and the enforcement of outlawry of war, 74-75; keeps definition of aggressor out of Kellogg-Briand Pact, 76-77; on League, 39; rejects Harmony Plan, 76; rejects military force as a method for preserving peace, 68; and Senate resolution to outlaw war, 75; and World Court, 71-72
Borah Resolution, 1920, 63-64

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