America in Civilization: Designed as a Text-Book for College and University Use in Courses Introducing Students to Life

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INDEX
Abnormal behavior, 364.
Absolutism, 271.
Absolutists, 334.
Adjustment to the environment, 49, 78
Adams family, 92.
Adams, John, 281.
Adaptation, 33.
Advertising, 153.
Age groups, 75.
Agnosticism, 248.
Agrarian revolution, 137.
Agriculture, 9, 57, 130, 163; capitalism in, 137; depression in, 152, 157; organized, 152.
Alabama Claims, 269.
Albert the Great, 241.
Aldine Press, 189.
Alexander the Great, 191.
Algae, 33.
Alpines, 69.
Alps, 47.
Altruism, 111, 388; lack of, in Roman life, 323; origin of, 321.
Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 156.
Amendments, 283.
American Farm Bureau Federation, 157, 162.
American Federation of Labor, 156.
American government, 276.
American individualism, 352.
American language, 188.
American life, a critical view of, 351; and the historical process, 351; community and, 373; economic concentration in, 148; economic structure of, 144; education in, 206; environmental basis of, 52; ideals in, 331; industry in, 155; environmental influences in, 58; interests in, 365; lesser values in, 332; income in, 149; wealth in, 149; political development in, 280; quality of population in, 93; religion in, 249; social organization of, 360; the individual in, 354; the social principle in, 353.
American Peace Society, 296.
American people, the, 73; composition of, 75; development of national feeling among, 74; elements of, 73; entrepreneurs, 147; expansion of, 59; growth of, 74; homogeneity of, 59; laboring groups, 146; quality of, 93.
American revolution, the, 274.
American society, organization of, 369; and individual behavior, 375.
Amos, 234.
Anarchism, 165, 282.
Ancestor worship, 230.
Ancien Régime, 202.
Ancient times, 108.
Ancient world, conversion to Christianity, 236.
Anglican Church, 250.
Anglo-Saxons, 271.
Animals, 49; domestication of, 68; passage to land, 51.
Animatism, 230.
Animism, 230.
Anthropology, 198.
Anthropomorphism, 230.
Anti-cyclones, 54.
Antoninus Pius, 117.
Apostles, 237.
Appalachian Mountains, 46, 53.
Aquinas, Thomas, 15, 241, 326.
Arabic culture, 191, 194.
Arabic numerals, 192.
Arbitration, 296.
Archœopteryx,52.
Archæzoic era, the, 45.
Arkwright, Richard, 139.
Aristocrats, 334.
Aristocracy, 93, 321.
Aristotle, 18, 24, 190, 201.
Arius, 237.
Army Tests,94.
Art, 199; origin of, 68; modern, 193, 329.

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