Non-union laborers, 387-389;
effect on, of proposed constructive organization of labor, 395.
Old age pensions in England, 239.
necessity of enjoyment of, by individuals, 203.
maintenance of, as a state function, 344-345.
the initiative in, 328.
lease of, to United States Steel Corporation, 114.
Parker, Alton B., 163.
Paternalism, German, 250.
American, contrasted with that of other nations 2-3.
democracy and, 308 ff.
old age, in England, 239;
military, in United States, 274.
questions concerning American acquisition of, 308-309.
partition of, 222.
separation of the business man from, 117;
specialized organization of, 118-121.
Stephen A. Douglas’s theory of, 84-86;
criticism of democracy defined as, 176-178;
principle of, as represented by French Revolutionaries, 223-224;
principle of national sovereignty not to be confused with, 265-266;
the essential condition of democracy, 269-270;
definition of the phrase, 279 ff.;
is equivalent for Americans to the phrase “national Sovereignty,” 280;
misconceptions of, notably Douglas’s error, 281.
relations between United States and, 308.
as a social danger in a democratic state, 205.
improvement of, as a function of the state, 345.
Profits of corporations,
disposal of question of excessive, 370.
preservation of institution of private, 209.
Whig policy of, and its defeat, 68;
Bismarck’s policy of, 250.
Public ownership, 366-367;
the portion of railroad property properly subject to, 376-377;
another plan of, regarding railroads, 377-378.
Public Service Commissions of New York State, 360-361;
principal objection to, 368.
Public service corporations holding municipal franchises,
should be subject to cities only, 349;
municipal policy toward, 372-373.
Pure Food Bill,
class discrimination in, 191.