Steffens, Lincoln, 163.
Sterilization of criminals, 345.
Strikes, 127-128, 392.
advantages and disadvantages of a limited, 198-199.
power of the, 132-133;
success of, in the American political system, 134;
question of life tenure of office of judges of, 200.
Taft, President, 135.
Tammany Hall, 125, 151.
an example of class legislation, 191;
Federal authorities responsible for, 274;
first duty of United States to revise, 305.
Tariff reform, 142-143.
remedying excessive profits of corporations by, 370;
as a weapon of municipalities against monopolies, 374;
use of power of, to equalize distribution of wealth and raise money
for governmental expenses, 381;
of inheritances, 382-385;
of incomes, 384-385;
real estate and saloon, 385.
state, chaotic condition of, 318.
growth of, 429-430.
regulation of, by government, 379.
pernicious results of triumph of democracy of, 282;
led into error by brotherly feelings, 453.
Trade schools, 391.
force of accumulated national, in forming a people into a state,
the national, of England, Germany, France, and America, 267-270;
necessity of emancipation of nations from, 279.
evils of, 383-384.
the reforming spirit wrongly called, 49.
Unification, of Germany by Bismarck, 247-249;
wars which helped toward, were justifiable, 256.
See Labor unions.
United States Steel Corporation,
lease of ore lands by, 114.
Vienna, Treaty of, 225.
the principle of democracy, 454.
for state representatives, 329;
American systems of, 341-343.
increasing standard of living for, 206;
weakness of socialistic programme for, 210-211.
See Labor unions.
War of 1812 and its lessons, 53-55.
justifiability of, 255-256;
likelihood of more, before establishment of a stable European
foreign policy contained in Farewell Address of, 290.
necessity of opportunity for acquiring, 203;
improvement in the distribution of, 209-210;
distribution of, in France, 244-245;
equalization of distribution of, by graduated inheritance tax, 381-385.