Mr. Carr of State: Forty-Seven Years in the Department of State

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Preface xi
  • 1 - Youth and Education 3
  • 2 - Introduction to The State Department 10
  • 3 - Years of Apprenticeship 18
  • 4 - Diaries and Notebooks 27
  • 5 - A. A. Dee, Friend and Guide 37
  • 6 - Consular Problems 48
  • 7 - Chief of the Consular Bureau 59
  • 8 - Foundations of Reform 69
  • 9 - Lodge Act of 1906 77
  • 10 - Lodge Act in Operation 87
  • 11 - Roosevelt's Executive Order 95
  • 12 - Consular Examinations 104
  • 13 - Chief Clerk 113
  • 14 - Reform 121
  • 15 - Director of the Consular Service 136
  • 16 - Test for Survival 145
  • 17 - Survival 151
  • 18 - Outbreak of First World War 164
  • 19 - Reclassification Act of 1915 176
  • 20 - Success 180
  • 21 - Europe at War 189
  • 22 - Personal Happiness 201
  • 23 - Parsimony of Congress 208
  • 24 - High Cost of Economy 218
  • 25 - Turning Wheel 231
  • 26 - Plans for Rogers Act 245
  • 27 - Rogers Act of 1924 255
  • 28 - Immigration Act of 1924 269
  • 29 - Interpretation of The Rogers Act 279
  • 30 - Assistant Secretary of State 289
  • 31 - Continuing Responsibilities 298
  • 32 - New Administration 309
  • 33 - Last Years in the Department 321
  • 34 - Minister to Czechoslovakia 331
  • 35 - Coming of Hitler 343
  • 36 - Journey's End 355
  • Index 359
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