January 19, 1938
THE NEW REPUBLIC
What America Could Do to Japan
w o QUESTIONS must clearly be separated: what America can do in the Far
Eastern crisis, if she wants to do something, and what America chooses or wants to do.
It is not my business to
March 30, 1932
K i n g has ingeniously broken up "the power quest i o n " into a number of parts, and gives the attitude
of all the candidates in each case. Thus he finds
President Hoover favors the private interests six
times, the public interest
Tippecanoe and the Ladies, Too: White Women and Party Politics in Antebellum Virginia
Author(s): Elizabeth R. Varon
Source: The Journal of American History, Vol. 82, No. 2 (Sep., 1995), pp. 494-521
Published by: Oxford University Press on behalf of Organi
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T h e Nation
turned it down. -Soon EnglandandFranceentered
an entente againstGermany.
Now againany combination, orits
Nothing would be too fantastic. T h e colonial waT in Africa
THE PHILIPPINES LOOK AT JAPAN
By Carlos P. Romulo
HE origins of American expansion towards the Far East go
back to the infancy of the Republic, for Americans were
entering the China trade by the last decades of the eighteenth century. By 1800 this trade
Emperor of Japan Hirohito
Declaration of War against the United States and Britain [in Japanese]
Tokyo, Japan, December 8, 1941.
Document, 9 pages.
We, by grace of heaven, Emperor of Japan, seated on the Throne of a line unbroken for ages
AND PEACE IN THE PACIFIC
By Nicholas Roosevelt
UST as the transfer of the Philippine Islands from Spain to the
United States in 1899 resulted in marked changes in world
politics, so the granting of independence to the Philippines
The Rights of Man and Woman in Post-Revolutionary America
Author(s): Rosemarie Zagarri
Source: The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 55, No. 2 (Apr., 1998), pp. 203-230
Published by: Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture
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Vital Speeches of the Day
cotton in reserve, and cotton prices have risen from 9%,
cents a pound on August 1, 1939, to over 17 cents a pound
at the present time.
In spite of this rise of not far from 100 per cent in two
years, Congress recently sent
ll) RQ—SHOULD THE UNITED
STATES ESTABLISH AN ALI
LIANCE WITH GREAT BRITAIN?
by LORD BEAVERBROOK
In an article appearing in the American Mercury for
August, 1936, Lord Beaverbrook, publisher of the'London
Express, outstanding odour-ate of an Anglo-American
Vital Speeches of the Day
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Japanese Foreign Relations
By KOKI HIROTA, Japanese Minister of Foreign Aﬁairs
An address delivered before the Sixty-Seventh Session of the Imperial Diet in Tokyo on Tuesday, January 22, 1935.
d. SALE OF DISPENSATIONS: remission of certain church
laws. For example, a person could purchase a dispensation
that would allow him to marry his cousin.
e. SALE OF INDULGENCES: indulgences were granted for
the partial or full remission of punishment due