Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Debate Index Second Edition
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Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Debate Index Second Edition

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  • CARNEGIE LIBRARY OF PITTSBURGH
  • DEBATE INDEX
    • SECOND EDITION
    • Preface to the Second Edition
    • Debate Index
    • Topics
      • Absenteeism.
        • Advertising.
        • Advowsons, Sale of.
        • Agriculture.
        • Alexander the Great and Cæsar.
        • Alexander the Great and Hannibal.
        • Alexander the Great, Cæsar, Napoleon.
        • Alfred the Great and Washington.
        • Allotments and small holdings extension.
        • Alsace-Lorraine.
        • Ambition.
        • America. Discovery.
        • American Protective Association.
        • The American revolution and the Civil war.
        • Anarchism.
        • Anger.
        • Anglo-Japanese alliance.
        • Anglo-Saxon peoples.
        • Animals.
        • Arbitration, Commercial.
        • Arbitration, Compulsory industrial.
        • Arbitration, International.
        • Arctic exploration.
        • Aristocratic and democratic government.
        • Armaments.
        • Armed intervention.
        • Armenian question.
        • Army (England).
        • Army (United States). Increase.
        • Art.
        • Art, British.
        • Art and morality.
        • Art and religion.
        • Art and science.
        • Art unions.
        • Asset currency.
        • Astronomy and geology.
        • Athanasian creed.
        • Atheists.
        • Athletics.
        • Atomic theory.
        • Authority (in religion).
        • Authors and publishers.
        • Automobile license.
        • Bachelors.
        • Bacon, Francis.
        • Bacon and Newton.
        • Bacon-Shakespeare question.
        • Balance of power.
        • Ballot.
        • Balzac and Hugo.
        • Bank deposits, Guarantee of.
        • Bank holidays.
        • Bank-notes.
        • Bankrupt law.
        • Banks, Agricultural.
        • Banks, Central.
        • Banks, National.
        • Barbarian and civilized man.
        • Beecher and Spurgeon.
        • Beethoven and Mozart.
        • Betterment tax.
        • Betting.
        • Bible and geology.
        • Bible in the public schools.
        • Bicycle tax.
        • Bimetallism.
        • Bismarck and Gladstone.
        • Blasphemy laws; their abolition.
        • Booth, William.
        • Boycotting.
        • British empire. Communication.
        • British empire. Federation.
        • Brown, John.
        • Browning and Tennyson.
        • Brussels sugar convention.
        • Brutus and Cæsar.
        • Bryant and Longfellow.
        • Buddhism.
        • Bunyan and Thomas à Kempis.
        • Burial, Premature.
        • Byron.
        • Byron and Burns.
        • Byron and Shelley.
        • Cabinet government (England).
        • Cabinet ministers (United States).
        • Cabinet system and congressional system.
        • Calvin and Servetus.
        • Calvin and Wesley.
        • Campaign funds.
        • Canada. Annexation to the United States.
        • Canteen.
        • Canvassing at parliamentary elections.
        • Capital punishment.
        • Carlyle and Emerson.
        • Cathedrals, Nationalization of.
        • Caucus.
        • Celibacy.
        • Censorship of fiction.
        • Censorship of the stage.
        • Central America. Antiquities.
        • Centralization and state rights.
        • Character.
        • Character, National.
        • Charities.
        • Charity Organization Society; methods and work.
        • Charlemagne and Hildebrand.
        • Charles I.
        • Chatterton and Cowper.
        • Chaucer and Spenser.
        • Chess.
        • Chicago strike injunctions.
        • Child labor.
        • Child marriage.
        • China-Japan war.
        • Chinese labor.
        • Chivalry.
        • Christian socialism.
        • Christian union.
        • Christianity.
        • Christianity and modern civilization.
        • Church, The.
        • Church and state.
        • Church property. Taxation.
        • Cicero.
        • Cities.
        • City and country.
        • Civil service. England.
        • Civil service. India.
        • Civil service reform.
        • Civilization.
        • Classical education.
        • Classics and mathematics.
        • Co-education.
        • Colleges and universities.
        • Colonial preference (England).
        • Columbus and Livingstone.
        • Comic supplement.
        • Commerce, Minister of.
        • Commerce and manufactures.
        • Commercialism.
        • Commission form of government.
        • Competition.
        • Congo Free State.
        • Congress.
        • Conscience.
        • Conscription.
        • Conservation of natural resources.
        • Consistency.
        • Conventionality.
        • Convents and monasteries.
        • Convict labor.
        • Coöperation.
        • Copyright.
        • Corporal punishment.
        • Councilmen.
        • Country schools.
        • Court of final appeal.
        • Creeds.
        • Cremation.
        • Crime.
        • Criminal appeal.
        • Cromwell, Oliver.
        • Crusades.
        • Cuba. Annexation to the United States.
        • Dancing and card-playing.
        • Dante and Milton.
        • Dark races and white races.
        • Darwin and Agassiz.
        • Darwin and Newton.
        • Daylight saving bill.
        • Debate.
        • Deceased wife's sister.
        • Deception.
        • Decimal system.
        • Declaration of London.
        • Degeneration.
        • Democracy.
        • Demosthenes and Cicero.
        • Department stores.
        • Descartes.
        • Direct legislation.
        • Disarmament.
        • Divorce.
        • Dogma.
        • Drama.
        • Dress.
        • Drink and opium.
        • Dryden and Pope.
        • Dueling.
        • Early closing of shops.
        • Edison.
        • Education.
        • Education. National aid.
        • Education. State control.
        • Education, Compulsory.
        • Education, National.
        • Education acts (English).
        • Egypt.
        • Eight-hour day.
        • Elections.
        • Elective system in education.
        • Eliot, George, and Browning, Mrs.
        • Elizabeth, Queen.
        • Elizabethan literature.
        • Elizabethan literature and Victorian literature.
        • Eloquence.
        • Emigration.
        • Emigration v. home colonization.
        • Employers' liability.
        • End and means.
        • England.
        • England. Constitution.
        • England. Food-supply.
        • England, Church of.
        • England, Invasion of.
        • England and Rome.
        • English aristocracy.
        • English channel tunnel.
        • English government and United States government.
        • Entail.
        • Ethical movement.
        • Evolution.
        • Examinations.
        • Examinations, Competitive.
        • Fagging at schools.
        • Faith.
        • Farm colonies for the unemployed.
        • Fashion in dress; is it an evil?
        • Fasting.
        • Federal charter and federal control.
        • Feudalism.
        • Fiction.
        • Food adulteration.
        • Foot-ball.
        • Forest preserves.
        • Franklin.
        • Franklin and Washington.
        • Frederick the Great and Peter the Great.
        • Free institutions.
        • Free meals at elementary schools.
        • Free ships.
        • Free will.
        • French revolution.
        • Galileo.
        • Gambling.
        • Gambling in commerce, Suppression of.
        • Game laws (England).
        • Garrison, W.L.
        • Genius.
        • Ghosts.
        • Goethe and Milton.
        • Goethe and Schiller.
        • Gold (currency).
        • Gold and iron.
        • Gold mines and coal mines.
        • Gothenburg system.
        • Government ownership.
        • Government ownership. Canals.
        • Government ownership. Coal mines.
        • Government ownership. Railroads.
        • Government ownership. Telegraphs, telephones.
        • Greece and Rome.
        • Greek art and renaissance art.
        • Greek dramatists and English dramatists.
        • Greenbacks.
        • Gunpowder.
        • Hamilton and Jefferson.
        • Hamlet.
        • Happiness and misery.
        • Hastings, Warren.
        • Hawaii. Annexation to the United States.
        • Hawthorne and Irving.
        • Hemans, Mrs, and Howitt, Mrs.
        • Heredity and environment.
        • High schools.
        • History.
        • History and biography.
        • Home labor.
        • Honor system in colleges.
        • Hope and memory.
        • Hospitals.
        • House of lords.
        • Housing problem.
        • Howard and Wilberforce.
        • Human mind and brute mind.
        • Humor.
        • Husband and wife as witnesses.
        • Hypocrite and liar.
        • Iliad and Æneid.
        • Iliad and Odyssey.
        • Imagination.
        • Imagination and reason.
        • Immigration.
        • Immigration, Chinese.
        • Immigration, German.
        • Immorality.
        • Immortality.
        • Imperialism.
        • Imperialism (England).
        • Imperialism (United States).
        • In camera proceedings.
        • Income tax.
        • Independent Labour party and Liberal party.
        • Indeterminate sentence.
        • India. English rule.
        • India. Home rule.
        • Indians of North America.
        • Individualism.
        • Inductive reasoning.
        • Inheritance tax.
        • Injunctions.
        • Insane asylums.
        • Insanity and responsibility.
        • Insurance.
        • Insurance, Life.
        • Intelligence and morality.
        • Internationalism.
        • Intestacy.
        • Ireland.
        • Ireland. Home rule.
        • Irrigation works.
        • Japanese as American citizens.
        • Jesuits.
        • Jews.
        • Journalism.
        • Judges.
        • Jury system.
        • Juvenile court.
        • Kant.
        • Kindergarten system.
        • Labor, Division of.
        • Labor and laboring classes.
        • Labor party.
        • Laissez faire and state intervention.
        • Land.
        • Land nationalization.
        • Landed gentry.
        • Language.
        • Language, Universal.
        • Law.
        • Leasehold enfranchisement.
        • Legal education.
        • Legal ethics.
        • Legal tender.
        • Liberty of the press.
        • Libraries.
        • Life.
        • Lincoln and Washington.
        • Liquor question.
        • Literature.
        • Literature and science.
        • Liturgies.
        • Local option.
        • Locke.
        • London livery companies.
        • Louis XIV.
        • Louis XVI.
        • Luther and Calvin.
        • Luther and Loyola.
        • Luxury.
        • Macedonia.
        • Machinery.
        • Magistrates, Stipendiary.
        • Man.
        • Marathon and Waterloo.
        • Marriage laws.
        • Mary, queen of Scots.
        • Mayors.
        • Mechanics.
        • Mechanics' institutions.
        • Medical education for women.
        • Men.
        • Mexico. Annexation to the United States.
        • Michael Angelo and Raphael.
        • Middle ages.
        • Middleman, Elimination of.
        • Military renown.
        • Milton and Homer.
        • Mind force and physical force.
        • Ministers (of state).
        • Ministers of the gospel.
        • Minorities, Rights of.
        • Miser and spendthrift.
        • Missions.
        • Mohammedanism.
        • Monarchy.
        • Monarchy and republicanism.
        • Money.
        • Money and culture.
        • Monroe doctrine.
        • Montaigne and Addison.
        • Morality.
        • Moses and David.
        • Mrs Grundy.
        • Municipal ownership.
        • Mysticism.
        • Napoleon.
        • Napoleon and Cromwell.
        • Napoleon and Hannibal.
        • Napoleon, Howard, Watt.
        • National party in politics.
        • National university.
        • Naturalization.
        • Naval adviser.
        • Navigation and railroads.
        • Navy (United States). Increase.
        • Nebular hypothesis.
        • Negro suffrage.
        • Newman and Maurice.
        • Nicaragua canal.
        • Nihilism.
        • Oaths.
        • Old age pensions.
        • Oleomargarine.
        • Open shop and closed shop.
        • Opium trade.
        • Optimism and pessimism.
        • Oratory.
        • Osborne judgment.
        • Outdoor relief.
        • Painting, Schools of.
        • Parcels post.
        • Parliament.
        • Parnell.
        • Party allegiance.
        • Passive resistance.
        • Patents.
        • Paul and John.
        • Pauper children.
        • Pauperism and illiteracy.
        • Peace.
        • The pen and the sword.
        • Pensions.
        • Periodicals.
        • Philippine islands.
        • Philosophy and mathematics.
        • Philosophy and poetry.
        • Photography and engraving.
        • Planets.
        • Plato and Aristotle.
        • Plato and Socrates.
        • Plurality of worlds.
        • Poet and mechanic.
        • Poetry.
        • Poetry and prose fiction.
        • Poetry and science.
        • Police.
        • Political parties.
        • Pooling.
        • Pope.
        • Population.
        • Populist party.
        • Postal rates.
        • Postal savings banks.
        • Postal telegraph.
        • Poverty and wealth.
        • Preaching.
        • President. Election.
        • President. Term of office.
        • Presidential system and parliamentary system.
        • Primaries.
        • Primogeniture.
        • Printing-press and steam-engine.
        • Prisons.
        • Private property at sea.
        • Probation after death.
        • Professionalism in foot-ball and in cricket.
        • Profit-sharing.
        • Proportional representation.
        • Protection and free trade.
        • Psychical research.
        • Public trustees.
        • Pulpit and press.
        • Punishment.
        • Punishment and reward.
        • Puritan revolution.
        • Puritans.
        • Quarantine.
        • Quorum.
        • Railroad rates.
        • Reading and observation.
        • Recall.
        • Recall of judges.
        • Reciprocity.
        • Reciprocity. United States and Canada.
        • Reciprocity and free trade.
        • Referendum.
        • Reformation and renaissance.
        • Reformer and conservative.
        • Registration of title to land.
        • Religion.
        • Religion in the public schools.
        • Religious disability.
        • Religious education.
        • Religious equality.
        • Rent.
        • Republican party.
        • Retaliation.
        • Reversionists, Rating of.
        • Revivals.
        • Richard III.
        • Richard III and Charles II.
        • Richelieu.
        • Right to work bill.
        • Ritualism, Suppression of.
        • Roads.
        • Roman Catholic church.
        • Roman Catholic church. Papacy.
        • Rousseau.
        • Salvation Army.
        • San Domingo treaty.
        • Satire.
        • School curriculum.
        • Schools.
        • Scientific research.
        • Scotland, Church of.
        • Scott, Sir Walter.
        • Secession.
        • Secret societies.
        • Sects.
        • Senate rules.
        • Senators. Election.
        • Shakespeare.
        • Shakespeare and Goethe.
        • Shakespeare and Milton.
        • Sherman anti-trust law.
        • Ship subsidies.
        • Silver (currency).
        • Single tax.
        • Skepticism and progress.
        • Skepticism and superstition.
        • Slavery.
        • Slavery and intemperance.
        • Social equality.
        • Socialism.
        • Socrates.
        • Solitude and society.
        • Sophists.
        • South Africa.
        • Spelling reform.
        • Sport.
        • State and individual.
        • Statesman and poet.
        • Steel.
        • Stoicism.
        • Street music, Legislation against.
        • Strikes.
        • Student government.
        • Success.
        • Suffrage.
        • Sugar.
        • Suicide.
        • Sunday.
        • Sunday opening of museums.
        • Sunday-schools.
        • Tainted money.
        • Taming of the shrew.
        • Taste (æsthetics).
        • Taxation.
        • Telegraph and telephone.
        • Telescope and microscope.
        • Text-books.
        • Thackeray and Dickens.
        • Theatre.
        • Theatre, National.
        • Thought and language.
        • Thucydides and Tacitus.
        • Titles of honor.
        • Trade unions.
        • Travel and reading.
        • Trusts.
        • Turkey.
        • Unemployed.
        • Unitarianism.
        • United States.
        • University extension.
        • Usury.
        • Utility.
        • Vaccination.
        • Vegetarianism.
        • Venezuela.
        • Vice and virtue.
        • Vivisection.
        • Voltaire.
        • Wages.
        • Wagner.
        • Wales, Church of.
        • War.
        • Warrior and statesman.
        • Warrior, statesman, poet.
        • Water-power.
        • Wealth.
        • Webster and Clay.
        • Williams, Roger.
        • Wine in the communion service.
        • Witches.
        • Woman suffrage.
        • Woman's intellect and man's.
        • Women.
        • Women. Education.
        • Women. Employment.
        • Wool.
        • Wordsworth and Byron.
        • Wordsworth and Coleridge.
        • Yellow peril.
      • Advertising.
      • Advowsons, Sale of.
      • Agriculture.
      • Alexander the Great and Cæsar.
      • Alexander the Great and Hannibal.
      • Alexander the Great, Cæsar, Napoleon.
      • Alfred the Great and Washington.
      • Allotments and small holdings extension.
      • Alsace-Lorraine.
      • Ambition.
      • America. Discovery.
      • American Protective Association.
      • The American revolution and the Civil war.
      • Anarchism.
      • Anger.
      • Anglo-Japanese alliance.
      • Anglo-Saxon peoples.
      • Animals.
      • Arbitration, Commercial.
      • Arbitration, Compulsory industrial.
      • Arbitration, International.
      • Arctic exploration.
      • Aristocratic and democratic government.
      • Armaments.
      • Armed intervention.
      • Armenian question.
      • Army (England).
      • Army (United States). Increase.
      • Art.
      • Art, British.
      • Art and morality.
      • Art and religion.
      • Art and science.
      • Art unions.
      • Asset currency.
      • Astronomy and geology.
      • Athanasian creed.
      • Atheists.
      • Athletics.
      • Atomic theory.
      • Authority (in religion).
      • Authors and publishers.
      • Automobile license.
      • Bachelors.
      • Bacon, Francis.
      • Bacon and Newton.
      • Bacon-Shakespeare question.
      • Balance of power.
      • Ballot.
      • Balzac and Hugo.
      • Bank deposits, Guarantee of.
      • Bank holidays.
      • Bank-notes.
      • Bankrupt law.
      • Banks, Agricultural.
      • Banks, Central.
      • Banks, National.
      • Barbarian and civilized man.
      • Beecher and Spurgeon.
      • Beethoven and Mozart.
      • Betterment tax.
      • Betting.
      • Bible and geology.
      • Bible in the public schools.
      • Bicycle tax.
      • Bimetallism.
      • Bismarck and Gladstone.
      • Blasphemy laws; their abolition.
      • Booth, William.
      • Boycotting.
      • British empire. Communication.
      • British empire. Federation.
      • Brown, John.
      • Browning and Tennyson.
      • Brussels sugar convention.
      • Brutus and Cæsar.
      • Bryant and Longfellow.
      • Buddhism.
      • Bunyan and Thomas à Kempis.
      • Burial, Premature.
      • Byron.
      • Byron and Burns.
      • Byron and Shelley.
      • Cabinet government (England).
      • Cabinet ministers (United States).
      • Cabinet system and congressional system.
      • Calvin and Servetus.
      • Calvin and Wesley.
      • Campaign funds.
      • Canada. Annexation to the United States.
      • Canteen.
      • Canvassing at parliamentary elections.
      • Capital punishment.
      • Carlyle and Emerson.
      • Cathedrals, Nationalization of.
      • Caucus.
      • Celibacy.
      • Censorship of fiction.
      • Censorship of the stage.
      • Central America. Antiquities.
      • Centralization and state rights.
      • Character.
      • Character, National.
      • Charities.
      • Charity Organization Society; methods and work.
      • Charlemagne and Hildebrand.
      • Charles I.
      • Chatterton and Cowper.
      • Chaucer and Spenser.
      • Chess.
      • Chicago strike injunctions.
      • Child labor.
      • Child marriage.
      • China-Japan war.
      • Chinese labor.
      • Chivalry.
      • Christian socialism.
      • Christian union.
      • Christianity.
      • Christianity and modern civilization.
      • Church, The.
      • Church and state.
      • Church property. Taxation.
      • Cicero.
      • Cities.
      • City and country.
      • Civil service. England.
      • Civil service. India.
      • Civil service reform.
      • Civilization.
      • Classical education.
      • Classics and mathematics.
      • Co-education.
      • Colleges and universities.
      • Colonial preference (England).
      • Columbus and Livingstone.
      • Comic supplement.
      • Commerce, Minister of.
      • Commerce and manufactures.
      • Commercialism.
      • Commission form of government.
      • Competition.
      • Congo Free State.
      • Congress.
      • Conscience.
      • Conscription.
      • Conservation of natural resources.
      • Consistency.
      • Conventionality.
      • Convents and monasteries.
      • Convict labor.
      • Coöperation.
      • Copyright.
      • Corporal punishment.
      • Councilmen.
      • Country schools.
      • Court of final appeal.
      • Creeds.
      • Cremation.
      • Crime.
      • Criminal appeal.
      • Cromwell, Oliver.
      • Crusades.
      • Cuba. Annexation to the United States.
      • Dancing and card-playing.
      • Dante and Milton.
      • Dark races and white races.
      • Darwin and Agassiz.
      • Darwin and Newton.
      • Daylight saving bill.
      • Debate.
      • Deceased wife's sister.
      • Deception.
      • Decimal system.
      • Declaration of London.
      • Degeneration.
      • Democracy.
      • Demosthenes and Cicero.
      • Department stores.
      • Descartes.
      • Direct legislation.
      • Disarmament.
      • Divorce.
      • Dogma.
      • Drama.
      • Dress.
      • Drink and opium.
      • Dryden and Pope.
      • Dueling.
      • Early closing of shops.
      • Edison.
      • Education.
      • Education. National aid.
      • Education. State control.
      • Education, Compulsory.
      • Education, National.
      • Education acts (English).
      • Egypt.
      • Eight-hour day.
      • Elections.
      • Elective system in education.
      • Eliot, George, and Browning, Mrs.
      • Elizabeth, Queen.
      • Elizabethan literature.
      • Elizabethan literature and Victorian literature.
      • Eloquence.
      • Emigration.
      • Emigration v. home colonization.
      • Employers' liability.
      • End and means.
      • England.
      • England. Constitution.
      • England. Food-supply.
      • England, Church of.
      • England, Invasion of.
      • England and Rome.
      • English aristocracy.
      • English channel tunnel.
      • English government and United States government.
      • Entail.
      • Ethical movement.
      • Evolution.
      • Examinations.
      • Examinations, Competitive.
      • Fagging at schools.
      • Faith.
      • Farm colonies for the unemployed.
      • Fashion in dress; is it an evil?
      • Fasting.
      • Federal charter and federal control.
      • Feudalism.
      • Fiction.
      • Food adulteration.
      • Foot-ball.
      • Forest preserves.
      • Franklin.
      • Franklin and Washington.
      • Frederick the Great and Peter the Great.
      • Free institutions.
      • Free meals at elementary schools.
      • Free ships.
      • Free will.
      • French revolution.
      • Galileo.
      • Gambling.
      • Gambling in commerce, Suppression of.
      • Game laws (England).
      • Garrison, W.L.
      • Genius.
      • Ghosts.
      • Goethe and Milton.
      • Goethe and Schiller.
      • Gold (currency).
      • Gold and iron.
      • Gold mines and coal mines.
      • Gothenburg system.
      • Government ownership.
      • Government ownership. Canals.
      • Government ownership. Coal mines.
      • Government ownership. Railroads.
      • Government ownership. Telegraphs, telephones.
      • Greece and Rome.
      • Greek art and renaissance art.
      • Greek dramatists and English dramatists.
      • Greenbacks.
      • Gunpowder.
      • Hamilton and Jefferson.
      • Hamlet.
      • Happiness and misery.
      • Hastings, Warren.
      • Hawaii. Annexation to the United States.
      • Hawthorne and Irving.
      • Hemans, Mrs, and Howitt, Mrs.
      • Heredity and environment.
      • High schools.
      • History.
      • History and biography.
      • Home labor.
      • Honor system in colleges.
      • Hope and memory.
      • Hospitals.
      • House of lords.
      • Housing problem.
      • Howard and Wilberforce.
      • Human mind and brute mind.
      • Humor.
      • Husband and wife as witnesses.
      • Hypocrite and liar.
      • Iliad and Æneid.
      • Iliad and Odyssey.
      • Imagination.
      • Imagination and reason.
      • Immigration.
      • Immigration, Chinese.
      • Immigration, German.
      • Immorality.
      • Immortality.
      • Imperialism.
      • Imperialism (England).
      • Imperialism (United States).
      • In camera proceedings.
      • Income tax.
      • Independent Labour party and Liberal party.
      • Indeterminate sentence.
      • India. English rule.
      • India. Home rule.
      • Indians of North America.
      • Individualism.
      • Inductive reasoning.
      • Inheritance tax.
      • Injunctions.
      • Insane asylums.
      • Insanity and responsibility.
      • Insurance.
      • Insurance, Life.
      • Intelligence and morality.
      • Internationalism.
      • Intestacy.
      • Ireland.
      • Ireland. Home rule.
      • Irrigation works.
      • Japanese as American citizens.
      • Jesuits.
      • Jews.
      • Journalism.
      • Judges.
      • Jury system.
      • Juvenile court.
      • Kant.
      • Kindergarten system.
      • Labor, Division of.
      • Labor and laboring classes.
      • Labor party.
      • Laissez faire and state intervention.
      • Land.
      • Land nationalization.
      • Landed gentry.
      • Language.
      • Language, Universal.
      • Law.
      • Leasehold enfranchisement.
      • Legal education.
      • Legal ethics.
      • Legal tender.
      • Liberty of the press.
      • Libraries.
      • Life.
      • Lincoln and Washington.
      • Liquor question.
      • Literature.
      • Literature and science.
      • Liturgies.
      • Local option.
      • Locke.
      • London livery companies.
      • Louis XIV.
      • Louis XVI.
      • Luther and Calvin.
      • Luther and Loyola.
      • Luxury.
      • Macedonia.
      • Machinery.
      • Magistrates, Stipendiary.
      • Man.
      • Marathon and Waterloo.
      • Marriage laws.
      • Mary, queen of Scots.
      • Mayors.
      • Mechanics.
      • Mechanics' institutions.
      • Medical education for women.
      • Men.
      • Mexico. Annexation to the United States.
      • Michael Angelo and Raphael.
      • Middle ages.
      • Middleman, Elimination of.
      • Military renown.
      • Milton and Homer.
      • Mind force and physical force.
      • Ministers (of state).
      • Ministers of the gospel.
      • Minorities, Rights of.
      • Miser and spendthrift.
      • Missions.
      • Mohammedanism.
      • Monarchy.
      • Monarchy and republicanism.
      • Money.
      • Money and culture.
      • Monroe doctrine.
      • Montaigne and Addison.
      • Morality.
      • Moses and David.
      • Mrs Grundy.
      • Municipal ownership.
      • Mysticism.
      • Napoleon.
      • Napoleon and Cromwell.
      • Napoleon and Hannibal.
      • Napoleon, Howard, Watt.
      • National party in politics.
      • National university.
      • Naturalization.
      • Naval adviser.
      • Navigation and railroads.
      • Navy (United States). Increase.
      • Nebular hypothesis.
      • Negro suffrage.
      • Newman and Maurice.
      • Nicaragua canal.
      • Nihilism.
      • Oaths.
      • Old age pensions.
      • Oleomargarine.
      • Open shop and closed shop.
      • Opium trade.
      • Optimism and pessimism.
      • Oratory.
      • Osborne judgment.
      • Outdoor relief.
      • Painting, Schools of.
      • Parcels post.
      • Parliament.
      • Parnell.
      • Party allegiance.
      • Passive resistance.
      • Patents.
      • Paul and John.
      • Pauper children.
      • Pauperism and illiteracy.
      • Peace.
      • The pen and the sword.
      • Pensions.
      • Periodicals.
      • Philippine islands.
      • Philosophy and mathematics.
      • Philosophy and poetry.
      • Photography and engraving.
      • Planets.
      • Plato and Aristotle.
      • Plato and Socrates.
      • Plurality of worlds.
      • Poet and mechanic.
      • Poetry.
      • Poetry and prose fiction.
      • Poetry and science.
      • Police.
      • Political parties.
      • Pooling.
      • Pope.
      • Population.
      • Populist party.
      • Postal rates.
      • Postal savings banks.
      • Postal telegraph.
      • Poverty and wealth.
      • Preaching.
      • President. Election.
      • President. Term of office.
      • Presidential system and parliamentary system.
      • Primaries.
      • Primogeniture.
      • Printing-press and steam-engine.
      • Prisons.
      • Private property at sea.
      • Probation after death.
      • Professionalism in foot-ball and in cricket.
      • Profit-sharing.
      • Proportional representation.
      • Protection and free trade.
      • Psychical research.
      • Public trustees.
      • Pulpit and press.
      • Punishment.
      • Punishment and reward.
      • Puritan revolution.
      • Puritans.
      • Quarantine.
      • Quorum.
      • Railroad rates.
      • Reading and observation.
      • Recall.
      • Recall of judges.
      • Reciprocity.
      • Reciprocity. United States and Canada.
      • Reciprocity and free trade.
      • Referendum.
      • Reformation and renaissance.
      • Reformer and conservative.
      • Registration of title to land.
      • Religion.
      • Religion in the public schools.
      • Religious disability.
      • Religious education.
      • Religious equality.
      • Rent.
      • Republican party.
      • Retaliation.
      • Reversionists, Rating of.
      • Revivals.
      • Richard III.
      • Richard III and Charles II.
      • Richelieu.
      • Right to work bill.
      • Ritualism, Suppression of.
      • Roads.
      • Roman Catholic church.
      • Roman Catholic church. Papacy.
      • Rousseau.
      • Salvation Army.
      • San Domingo treaty.
      • Satire.
      • School curriculum.
      • Schools.
      • Scientific research.
      • Scotland, Church of.
      • Scott, Sir Walter.
      • Secession.
      • Secret societies.
      • Sects.
      • Senate rules.
      • Senators. Election.
      • Shakespeare.
      • Shakespeare and Goethe.
      • Shakespeare and Milton.
      • Sherman anti-trust law.
      • Ship subsidies.
      • Silver (currency).
      • Single tax.
      • Skepticism and progress.
      • Skepticism and superstition.
      • Slavery.
      • Slavery and intemperance.
      • Social equality.
      • Socialism.
      • Socrates.
      • Solitude and society.
      • Sophists.
      • South Africa.
      • Spelling reform.
      • Sport.
      • State and individual.
      • Statesman and poet.
      • Steel.
      • Stoicism.
      • Street music, Legislation against.
      • Strikes.
      • Student government.
      • Success.
      • Suffrage.
      • Sugar.
      • Suicide.
      • Sunday.
      • Sunday opening of museums.
      • Sunday-schools.
      • Tainted money.
      • Taming of the shrew.
      • Taste (æsthetics).
      • Taxation.
      • Telegraph and telephone.
      • Telescope and microscope.
      • Text-books.
      • Thackeray and Dickens.
      • Theatre.
      • Theatre, National.
      • Thought and language.
      • Thucydides and Tacitus.
      • Titles of honor.
      • Trade unions.
      • Travel and reading.
      • Trusts.
      • Turkey.
      • Unemployed.
      • Unitarianism.
      • United States.
      • University extension.
      • Usury.
      • Utility.
      • Vaccination.
      • Vegetarianism.
      • Venezuela.
      • Vice and virtue.
      • Vivisection.
      • Voltaire.
      • Wages.
      • Wagner.
      • Wales, Church of.
      • War.
      • Warrior and statesman.
      • Warrior, statesman, poet.
      • Water-power.
      • Wealth.
      • Webster and Clay.
      • Williams, Roger.
      • Wine in the communion service.
      • Witches.
      • Woman suffrage.
      • Woman's intellect and man's.
      • Women.
      • Women. Education.
      • Women. Employment.
      • Wool.
      • Wordsworth and Byron.
      • Wordsworth and Coleridge.
      • Yellow peril.
      • Publications of the Library Now in Print
      • Reference Lists
    • Absenteeism.
      • Advertising.
      • Advowsons, Sale of.
      • Agriculture.
      • Alexander the Great and Cæsar.
      • Alexander the Great and Hannibal.
      • Alexander the Great, Cæsar, Napoleon.
      • Alfred the Great and Washington.
      • Allotments and small holdings extension.
      • Alsace-Lorraine.
      • Ambition.
      • America. Discovery.
      • American Protective Association.
      • The American revolution and the Civil war.
      • Anarchism.
      • Anger.
      • Anglo-Japanese alliance.
      • Anglo-Saxon peoples.
      • Animals.
      • Arbitration, Commercial.
      • Arbitration, Compulsory industrial.
      • Arbitration, International.
      • Arctic exploration.
      • Aristocratic and democratic government.
      • Armaments.
      • Armed intervention.
      • Armenian question.
      • Army (England).
      • Army (United States). Increase.
      • Art.
      • Art, British.
      • Art and morality.
      • Art and religion.
      • Art and science.
      • Art unions.
      • Asset currency.
      • Astronomy and geology.
      • Athanasian creed.
      • Atheists.
      • Athletics.
      • Atomic theory.
      • Authority (in religion).
      • Authors and publishers.
      • Automobile license.
      • Bachelors.
      • Bacon, Francis.
      • Bacon and Newton.
      • Bacon-Shakespeare question.
      • Balance of power.
      • Ballot.
      • Balzac and Hugo.
      • Bank deposits, Guarantee of.
      • Bank holidays.
      • Bank-notes.
      • Bankrupt law.
      • Banks, Agricultural.
      • Banks, Central.
      • Banks, National.
      • Barbarian and civilized man.
      • Beecher and Spurgeon.
      • Beethoven and Mozart.
      • Betterment tax.
      • Betting.
      • Bible and geology.
      • Bible in the public schools.
      • Bicycle tax.
      • Bimetallism.
      • Bismarck and Gladstone.
      • Blasphemy laws; their abolition.
      • Booth, William.
      • Boycotting.
      • British empire. Communication.
      • British empire. Federation.
      • Brown, John.
      • Browning and Tennyson.
      • Brussels sugar convention.
      • Brutus and Cæsar.
      • Bryant and Longfellow.
      • Buddhism.
      • Bunyan and Thomas à Kempis.
      • Burial, Premature.
      • Byron.
      • Byron and Burns.
      • Byron and Shelley.
      • Cabinet government (England).
      • Cabinet ministers (United States).
      • Cabinet system and congressional system.
      • Calvin and Servetus.
      • Calvin and Wesley.
      • Campaign funds.
      • Canada. Annexation to the United States.
      • Canteen.
      • Canvassing at parliamentary elections.
      • Capital punishment.
      • Carlyle and Emerson.
      • Cathedrals, Nationalization of.
      • Caucus.
      • Celibacy.
      • Censorship of fiction.
      • Censorship of the stage.
      • Central America. Antiquities.
      • Centralization and state rights.
      • Character.
      • Character, National.
      • Charities.
      • Charity Organization Society; methods and work.
      • Charlemagne and Hildebrand.
      • Charles I.
      • Chatterton and Cowper.
      • Chaucer and Spenser.
      • Chess.
      • Chicago strike injunctions.
      • Child labor.
      • Child marriage.
      • China-Japan war.
      • Chinese labor.
      • Chivalry.
      • Christian socialism.
      • Christian union.
      • Christianity.
      • Christianity and modern civilization.
      • Church, The.
      • Church and state.
      • Church property. Taxation.
      • Cicero.
      • Cities.
      • City and country.
      • Civil service. England.
      • Civil service. India.
      • Civil service reform.
      • Civilization.
      • Classical education.
      • Classics and mathematics.
      • Co-education.
      • Colleges and universities.
      • Colonial preference (England).
      • Columbus and Livingstone.
      • Comic supplement.
      • Commerce, Minister of.
      • Commerce and manufactures.
      • Commercialism.
      • Commission form of government.
      • Competition.
      • Congo Free State.
      • Congress.
      • Conscience.
      • Conscription.
      • Conservation of natural resources.
      • Consistency.
      • Conventionality.
      • Convents and monasteries.
      • Convict labor.
      • Coöperation.
      • Copyright.
      • Corporal punishment.
      • Councilmen.
      • Country schools.
      • Court of final appeal.
      • Creeds.
      • Cremation.
      • Crime.
      • Criminal appeal.
      • Cromwell, Oliver.
      • Crusades.
      • Cuba. Annexation to the United States.
      • Dancing and card-playing.
      • Dante and Milton.
      • Dark races and white races.
      • Darwin and Agassiz.
      • Darwin and Newton.
      • Daylight saving bill.
      • Debate.
      • Deceased wife's sister.
      • Deception.
      • Decimal system.
      • Declaration of London.
      • Degeneration.
      • Democracy.
      • Demosthenes and Cicero.
      • Department stores.
      • Descartes.
      • Direct legislation.
      • Disarmament.
      • Divorce.
      • Dogma.
      • Drama.
      • Dress.
      • Drink and opium.
      • Dryden and Pope.
      • Dueling.
      • Early closing of shops.
      • Edison.
      • Education.
      • Education. National aid.
      • Education. State control.
      • Education, Compulsory.
      • Education, National.
      • Education acts (English).
      • Egypt.
      • Eight-hour day.
      • Elections.
      • Elective system in education.
      • Eliot, George, and Browning, Mrs.
      • Elizabeth, Queen.
      • Elizabethan literature.
      • Elizabethan literature and Victorian literature.
      • Eloquence.
      • Emigration.
      • Emigration v. home colonization.
      • Employers' liability.
      • End and means.
      • England.
      • England. Constitution.
      • England. Food-supply.
      • England, Church of.
      • England, Invasion of.
      • England and Rome.
      • English aristocracy.
      • English channel tunnel.
      • English government and United States government.
      • Entail.
      • Ethical movement.
      • Evolution.
      • Examinations.
      • Examinations, Competitive.
      • Fagging at schools.
      • Faith.
      • Farm colonies for the unemployed.
      • Fashion in dress; is it an evil?
      • Fasting.
      • Federal charter and federal control.
      • Feudalism.
      • Fiction.
      • Food adulteration.
      • Foot-ball.
      • Forest preserves.
      • Franklin.
      • Franklin and Washington.
      • Frederick the Great and Peter the Great.
      • Free institutions.
      • Free meals at elementary schools.
      • Free ships.
      • Free will.
      • French revolution.
      • Galileo.
      • Gambling.
      • Gambling in commerce, Suppression of.
      • Game laws (England).
      • Garrison, W.L.
      • Genius.
      • Ghosts.
      • Goethe and Milton.
      • Goethe and Schiller.
      • Gold (currency).
      • Gold and iron.
      • Gold mines and coal mines.
      • Gothenburg system.
      • Government ownership.
      • Government ownership. Canals.
      • Government ownership. Coal mines.
      • Government ownership. Railroads.
      • Government ownership. Telegraphs, telephones.
      • Greece and Rome.
      • Greek art and renaissance art.
      • Greek dramatists and English dramatists.
      • Greenbacks.
      • Gunpowder.
      • Hamilton and Jefferson.
      • Hamlet.
      • Happiness and misery.
      • Hastings, Warren.
      • Hawaii. Annexation to the United States.
      • Hawthorne and Irving.
      • Hemans, Mrs, and Howitt, Mrs.
      • Heredity and environment.
      • High schools.
      • History.
      • History and biography.
      • Home labor.
      • Honor system in colleges.
      • Hope and memory.
      • Hospitals.
      • House of lords.
      • Housing problem.
      • Howard and Wilberforce.
      • Human mind and brute mind.
      • Humor.
      • Husband and wife as witnesses.
      • Hypocrite and liar.
      • Iliad and Æneid.
      • Iliad and Odyssey.
      • Imagination.
      • Imagination and reason.
      • Immigration.
      • Immigration, Chinese.
      • Immigration, German.
      • Immorality.
      • Immortality.
      • Imperialism.
      • Imperialism (England).
      • Imperialism (United States).
      • In camera proceedings.
      • Income tax.
      • Independent Labour party and Liberal party.
      • Indeterminate sentence.
      • India. English rule.
      • India. Home rule.
      • Indians of North America.
      • Individualism.
      • Inductive reasoning.
      • Inheritance tax.
      • Injunctions.
      • Insane asylums.
      • Insanity and responsibility.
      • Insurance.
      • Insurance, Life.
      • Intelligence and morality.
      • Internationalism.
      • Intestacy.
      • Ireland.
      • Ireland. Home rule.
      • Irrigation works.
      • Japanese as American citizens.
      • Jesuits.
      • Jews.
      • Journalism.
      • Judges.
      • Jury system.
      • Juvenile court.
      • Kant.
      • Kindergarten system.
      • Labor, Division of.
      • Labor and laboring classes.
      • Labor party.
      • Laissez faire and state intervention.
      • Land.
      • Land nationalization.
      • Landed gentry.
      • Language.
      • Language, Universal.
      • Law.
      • Leasehold enfranchisement.
      • Legal education.
      • Legal ethics.
      • Legal tender.
      • Liberty of the press.
      • Libraries.
      • Life.
      • Lincoln and Washington.
      • Liquor question.
      • Literature.
      • Literature and science.
      • Liturgies.
      • Local option.
      • Locke.
      • London livery companies.
      • Louis XIV.
      • Louis XVI.
      • Luther and Calvin.
      • Luther and Loyola.
      • Luxury.
      • Macedonia.
      • Machinery.
      • Magistrates, Stipendiary.
      • Man.
      • Marathon and Waterloo.
      • Marriage laws.
      • Mary, queen of Scots.
      • Mayors.
      • Mechanics.
      • Mechanics' institutions.
      • Medical education for women.
      • Men.
      • Mexico. Annexation to the United States.
      • Michael Angelo and Raphael.
      • Middle ages.
      • Middleman, Elimination of.
      • Military renown.
      • Milton and Homer.
      • Mind force and physical force.
      • Ministers (of state).
      • Ministers of the gospel.
      • Minorities, Rights of.
      • Miser and spendthrift.
      • Missions.
      • Mohammedanism.
      • Monarchy.
      • Monarchy and republicanism.
      • Money.
      • Money and culture.
      • Monroe doctrine.
      • Montaigne and Addison.
      • Morality.
      • Moses and David.
      • Mrs Grundy.
      • Municipal ownership.
      • Mysticism.
      • Napoleon.
      • Napoleon and Cromwell.
      • Napoleon and Hannibal.
      • Napoleon, Howard, Watt.
      • National party in politics.
      • National university.
      • Naturalization.
      • Naval adviser.
      • Navigation and railroads.
      • Navy (United States). Increase.
      • Nebular hypothesis.
      • Negro suffrage.
      • Newman and Maurice.
      • Nicaragua canal.
      • Nihilism.
      • Oaths.
      • Old age pensions.
      • Oleomargarine.
      • Open shop and closed shop.
      • Opium trade.
      • Optimism and pessimism.
      • Oratory.
      • Osborne judgment.
      • Outdoor relief.
      • Painting, Schools of.
      • Parcels post.
      • Parliament.
      • Parnell.
      • Party allegiance.
      • Passive resistance.
      • Patents.
      • Paul and John.
      • Pauper children.
      • Pauperism and illiteracy.
      • Peace.
      • The pen and the sword.
      • Pensions.
      • Periodicals.
      • Philippine islands.
      • Philosophy and mathematics.
      • Philosophy and poetry.
      • Photography and engraving.
      • Planets.
      • Plato and Aristotle.
      • Plato and Socrates.
      • Plurality of worlds.
      • Poet and mechanic.
      • Poetry.
      • Poetry and prose fiction.
      • Poetry and science.
      • Police.
      • Political parties.
      • Pooling.
      • Pope.
      • Population.
      • Populist party.
      • Postal rates.
      • Postal savings banks.
      • Postal telegraph.
      • Poverty and wealth.
      • Preaching.
      • President. Election.
      • President. Term of office.
      • Presidential system and parliamentary system.
      • Primaries.
      • Primogeniture.
      • Printing-press and steam-engine.
      • Prisons.
      • Private property at sea.
      • Probation after death.
      • Professionalism in foot-ball and in cricket.
      • Profit-sharing.
      • Proportional representation.
      • Protection and free trade.
      • Psychical research.
      • Public trustees.
      • Pulpit and press.
      • Punishment.
      • Punishment and reward.
      • Puritan revolution.
      • Puritans.
      • Quarantine.
      • Quorum.
      • Railroad rates.
      • Reading and observation.
      • Recall.
      • Recall of judges.
      • Reciprocity.
      • Reciprocity. United States and Canada.
      • Reciprocity and free trade.
      • Referendum.
      • Reformation and renaissance.
      • Reformer and conservative.
      • Registration of title to land.
      • Religion.
      • Religion in the public schools.
      • Religious disability.
      • Religious education.
      • Religious equality.
      • Rent.
      • Republican party.
      • Retaliation.
      • Reversionists, Rating of.
      • Revivals.
      • Richard III.
      • Richard III and Charles II.
      • Richelieu.
      • Right to work bill.
      • Ritualism, Suppression of.
      • Roads.
      • Roman Catholic church.
      • Roman Catholic church. Papacy.
      • Rousseau.
      • Salvation Army.
      • San Domingo treaty.
      • Satire.
      • School curriculum.
      • Schools.
      • Scientific research.
      • Scotland, Church of.
      • Scott, Sir Walter.
      • Secession.
      • Secret societies.
      • Sects.
      • Senate rules.
      • Senators. Election.
      • Shakespeare.
      • Shakespeare and Goethe.
      • Shakespeare and Milton.
      • Sherman anti-trust law.
      • Ship subsidies.
      • Silver (currency).
      • Single tax.
      • Skepticism and progress.
      • Skepticism and superstition.
      • Slavery.
      • Slavery and intemperance.
      • Social equality.
      • Socialism.
      • Socrates.
      • Solitude and society.
      • Sophists.
      • South Africa.
      • Spelling reform.
      • Sport.
      • State and individual.
      • Statesman and poet.
      • Steel.
      • Stoicism.
      • Street music, Legislation against.
      • Strikes.
      • Student government.
      • Success.
      • Suffrage.
      • Sugar.
      • Suicide.
      • Sunday.
      • Sunday opening of museums.
      • Sunday-schools.
      • Tainted money.
      • Taming of the shrew.
      • Taste (æsthetics).
      • Taxation.
      • Telegraph and telephone.
      • Telescope and microscope.
      • Text-books.
      • Thackeray and Dickens.
      • Theatre.
      • Theatre, National.
      • Thought and language.
      • Thucydides and Tacitus.
      • Titles of honor.
      • Trade unions.
      • Travel and reading.
      • Trusts.
      • Turkey.
      • Unemployed.
      • Unitarianism.
      • United States.
      • University extension.
      • Usury.
      • Utility.
      • Vaccination.
      • Vegetarianism.
      • Venezuela.
      • Vice and virtue.
      • Vivisection.
      • Voltaire.
      • Wages.
      • Wagner.
      • Wales, Church of.
      • War.
      • Warrior and statesman.
      • Warrior, statesman, poet.
      • Water-power.
      • Wealth.
      • Webster and Clay.
      • Williams, Roger.
      • Wine in the communion service.
      • Witches.
      • Woman suffrage.
      • Woman's intellect and man's.
      • Women.
      • Women. Education.
      • Women. Employment.
      • Wool.
      • Wordsworth and Byron.
      • Wordsworth and Coleridge.
      • Yellow peril.
    • Advertising.
    • Advowsons, Sale of.
    • Agriculture.
    • Alexander the Great and Cæsar.
    • Alexander the Great and Hannibal.
    • Alexander the Great, Cæsar, Napoleon.
    • Alfred the Great and Washington.
    • Allotments and small holdings extension.
    • Alsace-Lorraine.
    • Ambition.
    • America. Discovery.
    • American Protective Association.
    • The American revolution and the Civil war.
    • Anarchism.
    • Anger.
    • Anglo-Japanese alliance.
    • Anglo-Saxon peoples.
    • Animals.
    • Arbitration, Commercial.
    • Arbitration, Compulsory industrial.
    • Arbitration, International.
    • Arctic exploration.
    • Aristocratic and democratic government.
    • Armaments.
    • Armed intervention.
    • Armenian question.
    • Army (England).
    • Army (United States). Increase.
    • Art.
    • Art, British.
    • Art and morality.
    • Art and religion.
    • Art and science.
    • Art unions.
    • Asset currency.
    • Astronomy and geology.
    • Athanasian creed.
    • Atheists.
    • Athletics.
    • Atomic theory.
    • Authority (in religion).
    • Authors and publishers.
    • Automobile license.
    • Bachelors.
    • Bacon, Francis.
    • Bacon and Newton.
    • Bacon-Shakespeare question.
    • Balance of power.
    • Ballot.
    • Balzac and Hugo.
    • Bank deposits, Guarantee of.
    • Bank holidays.
    • Bank-notes.
    • Bankrupt law.
    • Banks, Agricultural.
    • Banks, Central.
    • Banks, National.
    • Barbarian and civilized man.
    • Beecher and Spurgeon.
    • Beethoven and Mozart.
    • Betterment tax.
    • Betting.
    • Bible and geology.
    • Bible in the public schools.
    • Bicycle tax.
    • Bimetallism.
    • Bismarck and Gladstone.
    • Blasphemy laws; their abolition.
    • Booth, William.
    • Boycotting.
    • British empire. Communication.
    • British empire. Federation.
    • Brown, John.
    • Browning and Tennyson.
    • Brussels sugar convention.
    • Brutus and Cæsar.
    • Bryant and Longfellow.
    • Buddhism.
    • Bunyan and Thomas à Kempis.
    • Burial, Premature.
    • Byron.
    • Byron and Burns.
    • Byron and Shelley.
    • Cabinet government (England).
    • Cabinet ministers (United States).
    • Cabinet system and congressional system.
    • Calvin and Servetus.
    • Calvin and Wesley.
    • Campaign funds.
    • Canada. Annexation to the United States.
    • Canteen.
    • Canvassing at parliamentary elections.
    • Capital punishment.
    • Carlyle and Emerson.
    • Cathedrals, Nationalization of.
    • Caucus.
    • Celibacy.
    • Censorship of fiction.
    • Censorship of the stage.
    • Central America. Antiquities.
    • Centralization and state rights.
    • Character.
    • Character, National.
    • Charities.
    • Charity Organization Society; methods and work.
    • Charlemagne and Hildebrand.
    • Charles I.
    • Chatterton and Cowper.
    • Chaucer and Spenser.
    • Chess.
    • Chicago strike injunctions.
    • Child labor.
    • Child marriage.
    • China-Japan war.
    • Chinese labor.
    • Chivalry.
    • Christian socialism.
    • Christian union.
    • Christianity.
    • Christianity and modern civilization.
    • Church, The.
    • Church and state.
    • Church property. Taxation.
    • Cicero.
    • Cities.
    • City and country.
    • Civil service. England.
    • Civil service. India.
    • Civil service reform.
    • Civilization.
    • Classical education.
    • Classics and mathematics.
    • Co-education.
    • Colleges and universities.
    • Colonial preference (England).
    • Columbus and Livingstone.
    • Comic supplement.
    • Commerce, Minister of.
    • Commerce and manufactures.
    • Commercialism.
    • Commission form of government.
    • Competition.
    • Congo Free State.
    • Congress.
    • Conscience.
    • Conscription.
    • Conservation of natural resources.
    • Consistency.
    • Conventionality.
    • Convents and monasteries.
    • Convict labor.
    • Coöperation.
    • Copyright.
    • Corporal punishment.
    • Councilmen.
    • Country schools.
    • Court of final appeal.
    • Creeds.
    • Cremation.
    • Crime.
    • Criminal appeal.
    • Cromwell, Oliver.
    • Crusades.
    • Cuba. Annexation to the United States.
    • Dancing and card-playing.
    • Dante and Milton.
    • Dark races and white races.
    • Darwin and Agassiz.
    • Darwin and Newton.
    • Daylight saving bill.
    • Debate.
    • Deceased wife's sister.
    • Deception.
    • Decimal system.
    • Declaration of London.
    • Degeneration.
    • Democracy.
    • Demosthenes and Cicero.
    • Department stores.
    • Descartes.
    • Direct legislation.
    • Disarmament.
    • Divorce.
    • Dogma.
    • Drama.
    • Dress.
    • Drink and opium.
    • Dryden and Pope.
    • Dueling.
    • Early closing of shops.
    • Edison.
    • Education.
    • Education. National aid.
    • Education. State control.
    • Education, Compulsory.
    • Education, National.
    • Education acts (English).
    • Egypt.
    • Eight-hour day.
    • Elections.
    • Elective system in education.
    • Eliot, George, and Browning, Mrs.
    • Elizabeth, Queen.
    • Elizabethan literature.
    • Elizabethan literature and Victorian literature.
    • Eloquence.
    • Emigration.
    • Emigration v. home colonization.
    • Employers' liability.
    • End and means.
    • England.
    • England. Constitution.
    • England. Food-supply.
    • England, Church of.
    • England, Invasion of.
    • England and Rome.
    • English aristocracy.
    • English channel tunnel.
    • English government and United States government.
    • Entail.
    • Ethical movement.
    • Evolution.
    • Examinations.
    • Examinations, Competitive.
    • Fagging at schools.
    • Faith.
    • Farm colonies for the unemployed.
    • Fashion in dress; is it an evil?
    • Fasting.
    • Federal charter and federal control.
    • Feudalism.
    • Fiction.
    • Food adulteration.
    • Foot-ball.
    • Forest preserves.
    • Franklin.
    • Franklin and Washington.
    • Frederick the Great and Peter the Great.
    • Free institutions.
    • Free meals at elementary schools.
    • Free ships.
    • Free will.
    • French revolution.
    • Galileo.
    • Gambling.
    • Gambling in commerce, Suppression of.
    • Game laws (England).
    • Garrison, W.L.
    • Genius.
    • Ghosts.
    • Goethe and Milton.
    • Goethe and Schiller.
    • Gold (currency).
    • Gold and iron.
    • Gold mines and coal mines.
    • Gothenburg system.
    • Government ownership.
    • Government ownership. Canals.
    • Government ownership. Coal mines.
    • Government ownership. Railroads.
    • Government ownership. Telegraphs, telephones.
    • Greece and Rome.
    • Greek art and renaissance art.
    • Greek dramatists and English dramatists.
    • Greenbacks.
    • Gunpowder.
    • Hamilton and Jefferson.
    • Hamlet.
    • Happiness and misery.
    • Hastings, Warren.
    • Hawaii. Annexation to the United States.
    • Hawthorne and Irving.
    • Hemans, Mrs, and Howitt, Mrs.
    • Heredity and environment.
    • High schools.
    • History.
    • History and biography.
    • Home labor.
    • Honor system in colleges.
    • Hope and memory.
    • Hospitals.
    • House of lords.
    • Housing problem.
    • Howard and Wilberforce.
    • Human mind and brute mind.
    • Humor.
    • Husband and wife as witnesses.
    • Hypocrite and liar.
    • Iliad and Æneid.
    • Iliad and Odyssey.
    • Imagination.
    • Imagination and reason.
    • Immigration.
    • Immigration, Chinese.
    • Immigration, German.
    • Immorality.
    • Immortality.
    • Imperialism.
    • Imperialism (England).
    • Imperialism (United States).
    • In camera proceedings.
    • Income tax.
    • Independent Labour party and Liberal party.
    • Indeterminate sentence.
    • India. English rule.
    • India. Home rule.
    • Indians of North America.
    • Individualism.
    • Inductive reasoning.
    • Inheritance tax.
    • Injunctions.
    • Insane asylums.
    • Insanity and responsibility.
    • Insurance.
    • Insurance, Life.
    • Intelligence and morality.
    • Internationalism.
    • Intestacy.
    • Ireland.
    • Ireland. Home rule.
    • Irrigation works.
    • Japanese as American citizens.
    • Jesuits.
    • Jews.
    • Journalism.
    • Judges.
    • Jury system.
    • Juvenile court.
    • Kant.
    • Kindergarten system.
    • Labor, Division of.
    • Labor and laboring classes.
    • Labor party.
    • Laissez faire and state intervention.
    • Land.
    • Land nationalization.
    • Landed gentry.
    • Language.
    • Language, Universal.
    • Law.
    • Leasehold enfranchisement.
    • Legal education.
    • Legal ethics.
    • Legal tender.
    • Liberty of the press.
    • Libraries.
    • Life.
    • Lincoln and Washington.
    • Liquor question.
    • Literature.
    • Literature and science.
    • Liturgies.
    • Local option.
    • Locke.
    • London livery companies.
    • Louis XIV.
    • Louis XVI.
    • Luther and Calvin.
    • Luther and Loyola.
    • Luxury.
    • Macedonia.
    • Machinery.
    • Magistrates, Stipendiary.
    • Man.
    • Marathon and Waterloo.
    • Marriage laws.
    • Mary, queen of Scots.
    • Mayors.
    • Mechanics.
    • Mechanics' institutions.
    • Medical education for women.
    • Men.
    • Mexico. Annexation to the United States.
    • Michael Angelo and Raphael.
    • Middle ages.
    • Middleman, Elimination of.
    • Military renown.
    • Milton and Homer.
    • Mind force and physical force.
    • Ministers (of state).
    • Ministers of the gospel.
    • Minorities, Rights of.
    • Miser and spendthrift.
    • Missions.
    • Mohammedanism.
    • Monarchy.
    • Monarchy and republicanism.
    • Money.
    • Money and culture.
    • Monroe doctrine.
    • Montaigne and Addison.
    • Morality.
    • Moses and David.
    • Mrs Grundy.
    • Municipal ownership.
    • Mysticism.
    • Napoleon.
    • Napoleon and Cromwell.
    • Napoleon and Hannibal.
    • Napoleon, Howard, Watt.
    • National party in politics.
    • National university.
    • Naturalization.
    • Naval adviser.
    • Navigation and railroads.
    • Navy (United States). Increase.
    • Nebular hypothesis.
    • Negro suffrage.
    • Newman and Maurice.
    • Nicaragua canal.
    • Nihilism.
    • Oaths.
    • Old age pensions.
    • Oleomargarine.
    • Open shop and closed shop.
    • Opium trade.
    • Optimism and pessimism.
    • Oratory.
    • Osborne judgment.
    • Outdoor relief.
    • Painting, Schools of.
    • Parcels post.
    • Parliament.
    • Parnell.
    • Party allegiance.
    • Passive resistance.
    • Patents.
    • Paul and John.
    • Pauper children.
    • Pauperism and illiteracy.
    • Peace.
    • The pen and the sword.
    • Pensions.
    • Periodicals.
    • Philippine islands.
    • Philosophy and mathematics.
    • Philosophy and poetry.
    • Photography and engraving.
    • Planets.
    • Plato and Aristotle.
    • Plato and Socrates.
    • Plurality of worlds.
    • Poet and mechanic.
    • Poetry.
    • Poetry and prose fiction.
    • Poetry and science.
    • Police.
    • Political parties.
    • Pooling.
    • Pope.
    • Population.
    • Populist party.
    • Postal rates.
    • Postal savings banks.
    • Postal telegraph.
    • Poverty and wealth.
    • Preaching.
    • President. Election.
    • President. Term of office.
    • Presidential system and parliamentary system.
    • Primaries.
    • Primogeniture.
    • Printing-press and steam-engine.
    • Prisons.
    • Private property at sea.
    • Probation after death.
    • Professionalism in foot-ball and in cricket.
    • Profit-sharing.
    • Proportional representation.
    • Protection and free trade.
    • Psychical research.
    • Public trustees.
    • Pulpit and press.
    • Punishment.
    • Punishment and reward.
    • Puritan revolution.
    • Puritans.
    • Quarantine.
    • Quorum.
    • Railroad rates.
    • Reading and observation.
    • Recall.
    • Recall of judges.
    • Reciprocity.
    • Reciprocity. United States and Canada.
    • Reciprocity and free trade.
    • Referendum.
    • Reformation and renaissance.
    • Reformer and conservative.
    • Registration of title to land.
    • Religion.
    • Religion in the public schools.
    • Religious disability.
    • Religious education.
    • Religious equality.
    • Rent.
    • Republican party.
    • Retaliation.
    • Reversionists, Rating of.
    • Revivals.
    • Richard III.
    • Richard III and Charles II.
    • Richelieu.
    • Right to work bill.
    • Ritualism, Suppression of.
    • Roads.
    • Roman Catholic church.
    • Roman Catholic church. Papacy.
    • Rousseau.
    • Salvation Army.
    • San Domingo treaty.
    • Satire.
    • School curriculum.
    • Schools.
    • Scientific research.
    • Scotland, Church of.
    • Scott, Sir Walter.
    • Secession.
    • Secret societies.
    • Sects.
    • Senate rules.
    • Senators. Election.
    • Shakespeare.
    • Shakespeare and Goethe.
    • Shakespeare and Milton.
    • Sherman anti-trust law.
    • Ship subsidies.
    • Silver (currency).
    • Single tax.
    • Skepticism and progress.
    • Skepticism and superstition.
    • Slavery.
    • Slavery and intemperance.
    • Social equality.
    • Socialism.
    • Socrates.
    • Solitude and society.
    • Sophists.
    • South Africa.
    • Spelling reform.
    • Sport.
    • State and individual.
    • Statesman and poet.
    • Steel.
    • Stoicism.
    • Street music, Legislation against.
    • Strikes.
    • Student government.
    • Success.
    • Suffrage.
    • Sugar.
    • Suicide.
    • Sunday.
    • Sunday opening of museums.
    • Sunday-schools.
    • Tainted money.
    • Taming of the shrew.
    • Taste (æsthetics).
    • Taxation.
    • Telegraph and telephone.
    • Telescope and microscope.
    • Text-books.
    • Thackeray and Dickens.
    • Theatre.
    • Theatre, National.
    • Thought and language.
    • Thucydides and Tacitus.
    • Titles of honor.
    • Trade unions.
    • Travel and reading.
    • Trusts.
    • Turkey.
    • Unemployed.
    • Unitarianism.
    • United States.
    • University extension.
    • Usury.
    • Utility.
    • Vaccination.
    • Vegetarianism.
    • Venezuela.
    • Vice and virtue.
    • Vivisection.
    • Voltaire.
    • Wages.
    • Wagner.
    • Wales, Church of.
    • War.
    • Warrior and statesman.
    • Warrior, statesman, poet.
    • Water-power.
    • Wealth.
    • Webster and Clay.
    • Williams, Roger.
    • Wine in the communion service.
    • Witches.
    • Woman suffrage.
    • Woman's intellect and man's.
    • Women.
    • Women. Education.
    • Women. Employment.
    • Wool.
    • Wordsworth and Byron.
    • Wordsworth and Coleridge.
    • Yellow peril.
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