Wilson and the Peacemakers: Combining Woodrow Wilson and the Lost Peace and Woodrow Wilson and the Great Betrayal

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INDEX
Adriatic notes, 252-253. See Fiume
Alien Property Custodian, 391
alliances, 7, 48
Allies: and treaty publication, 3; duplicity of, 128; delay ratification, 149; must accept reservations, 155- 156, 198-199, 240, 264-265, 281-284; severe with Germany, 206, 207; ratify treaty, 224; U.S. betrays, 358. See Adriatic notes; public opinion; and countries by name
amendments to treaty: proposed, 150; McCumber on, 152; debated, 153- 154; Wilson against, 173. See reservations
America. See United States
American Bar Association, 124
Anglophobia, 25, 28-29, 236. See Great Britain; Ireland; Irish
Armenian mandate, 76, 150, 295-296, 313, 339, 359. See mandates
Article X: early attacked, 13-14; Irish hate, 27; Wilson explains, 85-86, 116, 119, 259; misrepresented, 115; Johnson attacks, 128; reservation to passed, 157-160; necessity of, 159- 160; and Shantung, 163-164; Wilson opposes reservation on, 171, 177, 244, 395-396; reservations on, 182- 183, 226, 254-255; final compromise attempts on, 230-232, 258, 260, 402, 404; aimed at France, 261-262; final reservation on, adopted, 262-263; importance of, exaggerated, 267; Rhode Island Democrats oppose, 308; in 1920 campaign, 323; text of, 385; text of reservations on, 388-389, 393. See Bipartisan conferences; League of Nations
Article XI, 116, 118, 385, See League of Nations
Article XII, 183, 386
Article XV, 160-161, 386
Article XVI, 158, 183, 386-387
Article XX, 327
Article XXI, 161, 387
Ashurst, Senator H. F., 187, 264, 271, 272, 380, 405
Assembly (of League) : voting in, 164- 165. See League of Nations
Association of Nations: in Republican platform, 302; Harding on, 326-327; in campaign, 328; dies, 352
Australia: distrusts U.S., 165-166
Austria: peace with, 352
Austria-Hungary: and separate peace, 290-294. See Austria; Hungary
Baker, R. S., 225
Balfour, A. J., 403
Baruch, B. M., 81, 183
"Battalion of Death,"59. See "irreconcilables"
Belgium: rulers of, in U.S., 136, 142, 176
Beveridge, ex-Senator A. J., 22, 32, 137
bipartisan conferences, 229-232, 244, 254, 258, 401-402. See compromise "bitter-enders," 59. See "irreconcilables"
Bliss, Gen. T. H., 377, 384
Bolsheviks, 19, 20
Bonsal, Col. Stephen, M, 175-176
Borah, Senator W. E.: publishes treaty, 4; a Progressive, 22; irresponsibility of, 31, 83; characteristics of, 61, 63- 65; on Foreign Relations Committee, 73; at White House, 85; misrepresents constituency, 96; "trails" Wilson, 127-128; objects to an amendment, 154; fights Article X, 159; on Shantung, 162-163; pressures Wilson, 183; condemns treaty, 187-188; rejoices, 193; urges referendum, 208, 220; wrecks compromise, 230-232, 402; and Grey letter, 238; on reservations, 254; on compromise, 255, 380; threatens bolt, 237; baits Democrats, 257; defends self, 263; against World Court, 282-283; at 1920 convention, 299-300; in campaign, 327- 328; presidential aspirant, 374; and

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