the principle of compromise carried too far by aristocracy of, 234, 238;
political and social subserviency in, resulting in political privilege
and social favoritism, 236-237;
national idea of, is a matter of freedom, 267.
stress laid by Jeffersonian Democrats on, 44;
sacrifice of liberty for, by Jeffersonian Democrats, 44-45;
desire for, of Jacksonian Democracy, leads to war on office-holding
clique and the National Bank, 57;
economic and social, in France, and questionable results, 245.
the Jeffersonian principle of, 44 ff.;
tradition of, results in bosses and trusts, 148-150;
the slogan of all parties, 151;
Roosevelt’s inconsistency on the point of, 172;
the principle of, is the expression of an essential aspect of
insufficiency of the principle, 181;
inequalities which have resulted from doctrine of, 182-183;
grievances resulting from doctrine, 185;
interference with, in Pure Food Laws, factory legislation, Inter-state
Commerce Acts, etc., 191-192;
subordinated and made helpful to the principle of human brotherhood,
a logical application of, would wrongly support competition against
“Era of good feeling,” 51.
Evangelization, law of, 282.
Executives of states,
proposed administrative system for, 338-341.
justifiable class discrimination in, 191.
Faguet, Emile, quoted, 193, 208.
necessity of organization not felt by, 126;
present position of British, 235.
improvement of, in Prussia, 250;
value of specialization in, 430.
Farm laborers, 396.
Fashoda incident, 260.
at close of Revolutionary War, represented by Hamilton, 28-29;
class which supported, 30;
views held by supporters of, of anti-Federalists, 32-33;
supporters of, founded national government on distrust of democracy, 33;
error and misfortune of so doing, 33-34;
the Hamiltonian brand of, shown in constructive legislation following
framing of Constitution, 39;
reconciliation of Republicanism and, 46-47;
doubtful results of combination of Republicanism and, 50-51;
Whig doctrine of Clay contrasted with Hamilton’s Federalism, 52.
Federalist, Hamilton’s, quotation from, 37.
the Whigs an improvement on, 67.
Financial policy of Hamilton, 39.
of Great Britain, 8;
of European states, 254-264;
natural method of arriving at a definite, as shown by England and
bearing of colonial expansion on, 260-262;
relation between national domestic policy and, 310.