causes leading to organization of the modern, 83;
its claims to being the first genuinely national party, 83-84;
rescue of, by Roosevelt, 171.
question of, 210.
Rockefeller, John D., 111-112, 114, 115.
Roman Empire, the, 216.
Roosevelt, Theodore, 86, 136, 155;
as a reformer, 142, 167;
nationalization of reform by, 168-170;
policy of, compared with Hamiltonian creed, 169;
theory and practice of, contrasted with Jefferson’s, 170;
the rescue of the Republican party by, 171;
vulnerability of, on the point of equal rights, 172;
has really been building better than he knew or will admit, 173-174;
criticism of, as a national reformer, 174-175.
Roosevelt-Taft programme, of recognition of corporations,
tempered by regulation, 358-359;
how best to carry out, 359-360.
Root, Elihu, 135;
international system indicated by, 301.
faith of Russians in, 2;
international situation of, at present, 253, 256-257, 258;
weakness of, exposed, 311.
Saloon licenses, 385.
Santayana, George, quoted, 454.
methods of, a perfect type of authoritative technical methods, 434.
Sherman Anti-Trust Law,
a bar to proper treatment of corporate aggrandizement, 274;
as an expensive attempt to save the life of the small competitor who
cannot hold his own, should be repealed, 359.
an impartial estimate of, 81-82.
effect of introduction of factor of, on Democrats and Whigs, 72;
sanctioned by the Constitution, and results, 72-73;
attitude of the two political parties toward, 73-74;
shirking of the question, and compromises, 74;
brings out inconsistency of alliance between Jeffersonian democracy
and American nationality as embodied in Constitutional Union, 75;
Webster’s attitude on the question, 75-77;
American people separated into five parties by, 77;
attitude of Constitutional Unionists toward, 78;
beliefs of Abolitionists, Southern Democrats, Northern Democrats, and
body of public opinion looking to de-nationalizing slavery, which was
organized into the Republican party, 83-84.
Smythe, William, 151.
party of, in Germany, 251.
weakness of, 210;
idea of an international, a mistake, 210-211.
doctrine preached by extreme, in France, 243.
democracy and the, 138-140.
bearing of Monroe Doctrine on, and possible complications resulting
religious wars of, 219;
national feeling in, increased by abuses of Napoleon, 225.