Bryce's American Commonwealth Fiftieth Anniversary

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INDEX
Acton, Lord, review of The American Commonwealth, 189
Adams, John, 197
Adams, John Quincy, 199
Administrative reorganization, 142, 145
American Commonwealth, The, Part I, 1; Part II, 25; Part III, 48; Part IV, 80; Part V, 25, 48, 113; Part VI, 113; sales record of, 76; see also Appendix I
American Political Science Association, vii
Anti-British sentiment in the United States, 76
Atrocities, German, during the World War, Bryce Report on, 216
Baldwin, Simeon E., 158
Bar, the American, 101, 117
Beard, Charles A., vii, 81
Brooks, Robert C., "American Parties and Politics, 1888-1938," 48
Brown, Everett S., 158
Bryan, William Jennings, 53, 143
Bryce, James, portrait and facsimile of signature, frontispiece; on federalism, 1; on state and city government, 25; on parties and politics, 48; on public opinion, 80; on social institutions and the future, 113; preparation and methods of gathering materials for The American Commonwealth, 155; life and character, 204; see also Appendix II
Bryce, Lloyd Stephen, 166
Burgess, John W., 2, 15
Cabinet government, 172
California, constitution of 1879, 28; Bryce's interest in, 36
Canning, George, 198
Capitalist class, political influence of, 10, 83, 95, 101, 116, 121
City government, 40, 115
Civil service reform, 32, 51, 59
Civil War, 5, 66, 192
Cleveland, Grover, 67
Coker, Francis W., on Bryce's methods of gathering his materials, 155; on reviews of The American Commonwealth, 159
Commager, Henry Steele, 8
Communism, 151
Congress of the United States, 6, 138
Constitution of the United States, 9, 60, 173; of England, 9
Conventions, National, 65
Cooley, Thomas M., 8, 26, 158
Copyright, international, 41, 101
Corporations, business, 116
Democracy, future of, in the United States, 150
Depression of 1929, 120
Dicey, Albert V., 209
Dictatorship, 60
Direct Legislation, 31
Direct Primary, 52
Electorate in the United States, 60
Farnting element in American politics, 122, 125, 148
Fatalism of the multitude, 107
Federalism, James Bryce on American, 1, 130

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