rise of, in Great Britain, 234-235, 239.
Militarism and nationality, 254 ff.
the “tainted,” a result of extreme individualism, 149.
Jacksonian Democracy’s attitude toward, 59.
suggested measures against, in municipalities, 374.
Monroe Doctrine, the, 290 ff.;
accepted as the corollary of policy contained in Washington’s Farewell
the American retort to the Holy Alliance, 291-292;
American democratic idea converted into a dangerously aggressive
principle by, 293-294;
results to United States of attempting to enforce, 296-297;
implies an incompatibility between American and European institutions
which does not exist, 297;
continued adherence to, will involve United States in fruitless wars,
necessity of forestalling inevitable future objections to, 307.
Morgan, J. Pierpont, 202.
Muirhead, James, quoted, 18-19.
Municipal corporations, relations of state governments to, 347-348.
Municipal reform, 143.
Muensterberg, Hugo, quoted, 3.
Napoleon, 224, 225, 259.
National Bank, the, 39, 57-58, 68.
slavery and American, 72 ff.;
proposed doing away with, by international socialism, a mistake, 210-211;
origins of the modern system, 215 ff.;
development of principle of, in European states, 215-221;
efficiency resulting from, but also abuses, 221-222;
creed of French Revolutionists inimical to spirit of, 222-223;
increased force of principle, resulting from abuses of French under
bearing of Treaty of Vienna and political system of the Holy Alliance
true meaning of, first understood after revolutionary epoch of 1848,
no universal and perfect machinery for securing, experience shows,
relation between principles of, and principles of democracy, 230;
principle of, and of democracy, in England, 230 ff.;
democracy and, in France, 239 ff.;
relation between democracy and, in Germany, 246 ff.;
schism created in German, by the Social Democrats, 251;
militarism and, 254 ff.;
colonial expansion is proper to principle of, 259;
international relations a condition of, 263-264;
important position of tradition in principle of, 265-266;
principles of, and of democracy, in America, 267 ff.;
and centralization, 272-279.
meaning of process of, 274.
policy of, 312-313.
doctrine of, not meant for this world, 282.