In Our First Year of the War Messages and Addresses to the Congress and the People, March 5, 1917 to January 6, 1918
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In Our First Year of the War Messages and Addresses to the Congress and the People, March 5, 1917 to January 6, 1918

By Woodrow Wilson
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  • IN OUR FIRST YEAR OF WAR
  • MESSAGES AND ADDRESSES TO THE CONGRESS AND THE PEOPLE MARCH 5, 1917, TO JANUARY 8, 1918
  • WOODROW WILSON
    • HARPER & BROTHERS PUBLISHERS NEW YORK AND LONDON
      • BOOKS BY
    • BOOKS BY
    • WOODROW WILSON
  • CONTENTS
  • FOREWORD
  • IN OUR FIRST YEAR OF WAR
  • IN OUR FIRST YEAR OF WAR
  • I
  • THE SECOND INAUGURAL ADDRESS
    • A COSMOPOLITAN EPOCH AT HAND
    • THE SPIRIT OF CO-OPERATION
    • OUR NATIONAL PLATFORM
    • A UNITY OF PURPOSE AND ACTION
  • II
  • WE MUST ACCEPT WAR
    • GERMANY'S RUTHLESS POLICY
    • GERMAN WARFARE AGAINST MANKIND
    • BELLIGERENCY THRUST UPON US
    • WHAT THIS WILL INVOLVE
    • OUR MOTIVES AND OBJECTS
    • PEACE THROUGH FREE PEOPLES
    • A CHALLENGE OF HOSTILE PURPOSE
    • OPPOSITION TO THE GERMAN GOVERNMENT
    • FRIENDSHIP TOWARD THE GERMAN PEOPLE
    • RIGHT MORE PRECIOUS THAN PEACE
  • III
  • A STATE OF WAR
  • IV
  • "SPEAK, ACT AND SERVE TOGETHER"
    • WHAT WE MUST DO
    • GREATER EFFICIENCY
    • THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE FARMERS
    • THE DUTY OF MIDDLEMEN
    • THE MEN OF THE RAILWAYS
    • THE SUPREME TEST
  • V
  • THE CONSCRIPTION PROCLAMATION
    • THE PENALTY FOR FAILURE
    • THE WORK OF REGISTRATION
    • NEGLECT OF DUTY AND FRAUD
    • A CALL TO GOVERNORS
    • REGISTRATION BY MAIL
    • THE WHOLE NATION AN ARMY
    • NOT A DRAFT OF THE UNWILLING
    • DAY OF PATRIOTIC DEVOTION
  • VI
  • CONSERVING THE NATION'S FOOD
    • A SHARP LINE OF DISTINCTION
    • THE END TO BE ATTAINED
    • THE FIXING OF PRICES
    • NO FEAR OF BUREAUCRACY
  • VII
  • AN ANSWER TO CRITICS
  • VIII
  • MEMORIAL DAY ADDRESS
    • A HERITAGE FROM THE DEAD
    • AMERICA'S FULL FRUITION
  • IX
  • A STATEMENT TO RUSSIA
    • AMERICA SEEKS NO CONQUEST
    • THE PRINCIPLES THAT ARE INVOLVED
  • X
  • FLAG-DAY ADDRESS
    • WHY WE ARE AT WAR
    • THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE CONFLICT
    • THE PLAN OF CONQUEST
    • THE TALK OF PEACE
    • THE PRESENT AIM OF GERMANY
    • THIS IS A PEOPLES' WAR
  • XI
  • AN APPEAL TO THE BUSINESS INTERESTS
    • PATRIOTISM AND PROFITS APART
    • IS A BRIBE NECESSARY?
    • HIGH FREIGHTS AID GERMANY
    • THE LAW TO DEAL WITH OFFENDERS
    • PRICES MEAN VICTORY OR DEFEAT
  • XII
  • REPLY OF THE UNITED STATES TO THE COMMUNICATION OF THE POPE TO THE BELLIGERENT GOVERNMENTS
  • THE PROPOSAL FROM THE VATICAN
    • THE TEST THAT MUST BE APPLIED
    • THE GERMAN RULERS CANNOT BE TRUSTED
  • XIII
  • A MESSAGE TO TEACHERS AND SCHOOL OFFICERS
    • THE COMMON SCHOOL HAS A PART TO PLAY
  • XIV
  • WOMAN SUFFRAGE MUST COME NOW
    • NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT
  • XV
  • THE THANKSGIVING DAY PROCLAMATION
  • XVI
  • LABOR MUST BEAR ITS PART
    • GERMANY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE WAR
    • SUCCESS BY AUTHORITY
    • THE POLITICAL POWER OF THE WORLD
    • LABOR MUST BE FREE
    • AMERICANS MUST CO-OPERATE
    • BETTER CONDITIONS MAY BE AT HAND
  • XVII
  • ADDRESS TO CONGRESS
    • WHAT WE ARE FIGHTING FOR
    • THE PEOPLE OF RUSSIA LED ASTRAY
    • JUSTICE AND REPARATION
    • OUR ATTITUDE TOWARD GERMANY
    • THE RIGHTS OF THE CENTRAL POWERS
    • TRUTH AS THE ANTIDOTE
    • THE WAR AGAINST AUSTRIA
    • A STRICTER GRIP ON ENEMY ALIENS
    • A FURTHER LIMITING OF PRICES
    • THE WINNING OF THE WAR
  • XVIII
  • PROCLAMATION OF WAR AGAINST AUSTRIA-HUNGARY
    • NEED ONLY OBEY THE LAWS
    • A FRIENDLY ATTITUDE IS URGED
    • FEW REGULATIONS
  • XIX
  • THE GOVERNMENT TAKES OVER THE RAILROADS
    • IN FAIRNESS TO THE RAILROADS
    • INVESTORS TO BE PROTECTED
    • A RECOGNITION OF FACTS
  • XX
  • GOVERNMENT OPERATION OF RAILROADS
    • NEED OF UNITED DIRECTION
    • AS LITTLE DISTURBANCE AS POSSIBLE
    • COMPENSATION SHOULD BE GUARANTEED
    • SELECTION OF MCADOO AS DIRECTOR
  • XXI
  • THE TERMS OF PEACE
    • SIGNIFICANCE IN PARLEYS
    • LLOYD GEORGE'S AIMS APPROVED
    • WOULD LIKE TO AID RUSSIA
    • THE DEFINITE PROGRAM
    • BELGIUM MUST BE RESTORED
    • INDEPENDENCE FOR POLAND
    • GERMANY'S SPOKESMEN AN ISSUE
  • APPENDIX
    • STATE DEPARTMENT'S REVISED LIST OF NATIONS AT WAR WHICH HAVE BROKEN RELATIONS
    • DECLARATIONS OF WAR
    • SEVERANCE OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS
    • POPULATION OF THE NATIONS
    • THE END
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