found in both Federalists and Republicans at close of Revolution, 32;
free play allowed to, through triumph of Jefferson and defeat of
attitude of the pioneer Western Democrat toward, 64-65;
disappearance of political, in the machine, 117-125;
encouragement of, and restriction of central authority, result in
the “Boss” and the “tainted” millionaire, 148-149;
abandonment of the Jeffersonian conception of, necessary for real
in education, as opposed to collective education, 399-409;
damage to American individuality from existing system of economic,
method of exercising influence of, on behalf of social amelioration,
place of, in Middle West of pioneer days, 63-65;
disappearance of, in work of the specialist in later development of
the country, 102-103;
injury to, from, existing system of economic individualism, 409-410;
real meaning of, and of individual independence, 410 ff.;
question of how a democratic nation can contribute to increase of, 413.
regulation, of, 378-379.
class discrimination in, 191.
a graduated, 381-385.
Inheritors of fortunes, 204, 382-384.
movement in favor of, in state governments, 320.
improvement of, as a function of the state, 345.
Institutional reform, 315 ff.
attempted regulation of, by various state governments, 355.
the Whig policy of, 66;
failure of, 67-68.
International relations of European states, 254-264.
See England, France, Germany, and Russia.
International socialism, a mistake, 210-211.
a stable American, 300 ff.;
cooeperation of Latin-American states and Mexico in, 300-303;
place to be held by Canada in, 303-306;
systematic effort to establish, a plain and inevitable consequence
of the democratic national principle, 307;
peace in an, 311-312.
question of state or Federal control of, 351-357;
policy to be followed by central government toward, 357-368.
Inter-state Commerce Law, 112-113;
an example of class legislation, 191.
loss to an individual or a nation from, far more than the gain, 263-264;
comparative nature of, of United States, 310-311;
religious sanctity given to tradition of, of United States, 313.
national feeling in, after Napoleonic epoch, 225.