Cox—The Man
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Cox—The Man

By Roger Ward Babson
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Table of Contents
  • COX—THE MAN
  • INTRODUCTION
  • CONTENTS
  • CHAPTER I BOYHOOD DAYS
    • Cox’s Family
    • His Mother
    • The United Brethren
    • Joins the Church
    • His Schooling
  • CHAPTER II EARLY MANHOOD
    • First Real Job
    • Enters Newspaper Work
    • Goes to Cincinnati
    • Cox in Washington
  • CHAPTER III BUSINESS LIFE
    • Buys Dayton News
    • Acquires a Springfield Paper
    • A Crusader
    • Human Nature Student
  • CHAPTER IV HOME AFFILIATIONS
    • The Children
    • A Manly Act
    • The Governor’s Wife
    • Member of the Masons
  • CHAPTER V PUBLIC CAREER
    • Work in Washington
    • Congressional Campaign
    • Gubernatorial Campaign
    • Nineteen to Ten
    • Courage and Self-Possession
  • CHAPTER VI WAR RECORD
    • Enlisted Men
    • False Patriotism
    • Attitude Before the War
    • The Real Issue
    • Personal Opinion
  • CHAPTER VII PROHIBITION AND WOMAN SUFFRAGE
    • Cox’s Letter to Pollock
    • Position on Suffrage
  • CHAPTER VIII INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
    • Conservatism and Vision
    • A Friend of Man
    • Cox’s Employees
    • Confidence of Labor
    • Inconsistencies of the White House
  • CHAPTER IX NOMINATION FOR THE PRESIDENCY
    • The San Francisco Convention
    • Palmer’s Withdrawal
    • Die Hard for Palmer
    • Spectators Desert
    • The Last Ballot
  • CHAPTER X LEAGUE OF NATIONS
    • International Morality
    • Honesty vs. Dishonesty
    • Appeals for Brotherhood
    • Reservations that Cox Favors
  • CHAPTER XI OTHER FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES
    • Opposed to Profiteering by Capital or Labor
    • Education
    • Interested in the Farmers
    • Interested in the Home Owner
    • Miscellaneous Matters
  • CHAPTER XII HIS RECORD
    • Business Service
    • Labor Legislation
    • Social Service
    • Educational Developments
    • Agricultural Legislation
    • Good Roads Program
    • National Ideals
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