The Course of American Democratic Thought

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INDEX
Abbot, Francis E., 186, 201, 217
Abe Lincoln in Illinois, 461
Abr4bam Lincoln: The War Years, 461
Absolutism in American thought, J. W. Powell, 181; H. George, 213; W. G. Sumner, 239; S. J. Field, 284; Royce, 314; W. James, 342, 344; J. Dewey, 348; Mahan, 376; O. W. Holmes Jr., 421; Reece Report, 489-491
Acushnet, 70, 72
Adair, James, 172
"Adams and Liberty," 95
Adams, Brooks, 243-246, 380-381
Adams, Charles Francis, 151, 153
Adams, Henry, 173, 229, 243, 318, 324-333, 337, 355, 380, 409, 473
Adams, Henry C., 248
Adams, Herbert B., 319
Addams, Jane, 360
Adler, Felix, 186
Afro-American. SeeMinorities
Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights, 440
Agassiz, Louis, 28, 170-171
Albertson, Ralph, 271-273
Alcott, Bronson, 40, 62-65, 189
Alger, Horatio, 52, 355
Allen, William F., 318
Altgeld, John P., 296
American Anthropological Association, 491
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 263
American Civil Liberties Union, 465-467
American Economics Association, 247
American Fabian, 266
American Protective Association, 263
American Railway Union, 296
Americans for Democratic Action, 510
American System ( Henry Clay), 83-85
Amherst College, 251, 263
Anarchism, 155, 212, 248, 257, 261, 299
Ancient Society, 173, 175
Anderson, John, 480
Anderson, Marian, 461
Andersonville, prison, 141
Anthropology, theories of, 173-178; W. G. Sumner, 235-239; in 20th century, 417-418, 421, 426, 491-493
Aquinas, Thomas, 15, 29, 506
Aristotle, 15, 508

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