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Index Abbott, Grace, 228, 258, 262 Abbott, Lyman, 11, 27-28, 36, 328η, 338η, 384; and "Christian imperialism," 28, 327-28 abolitionist movement: and peace move­ ment, 4-7, 13; and woman suffrage movement, 185, 187, 191, 191η academicians, 102, 106-7, 11 O-IZ. 120; and scholarly approach to peace, 162, 165 Academy of International Law, 47 Adams, Henry, 31 Adams, Herbert Baxter, 31 Addams, Jane, 148, 317, 320η, 358, 374-75, 384-85, 386η; and American Peace Society, 11, 12η; and origins of Woman's Peace Party, 193, 195-200; on physical force and woman suffrage, 201-4; leadership in WPP, 206-7, 209, 212-13; and Conference of Women at The Hague, 209-10, 238; and neutral conference plan and Ford peace ship, 210-11, 238-39; as critic of traditional diplomacy, 211, 246; faces conflict between peace activism and social reform responsibilities, 219-21, 258-59, 264; and Henry Street Com­ mittee, 223, 225η, 226η, 227-28; and social work, 229-30; on war and social conditions, 232; and model of immi­ grant cosmopolitanism, 239; and American Union Against Militarism, 251, 255, 258-59; and People's Council, 264 Adee, Alvey, 70 Adler, Felix, 225η Advance, The, 318 Advocate of Peace, 8, 13-15, 20, 132, 14650 , 152, 337η; on Spanish-American War, 24-26; and anti-imperialism, 27; on First Hague Conference, 30; and Anglo-Saxonism, 34; and nationalism, 35-36 Ainslie, Peter, 384η Alabama claims arbitration, 42, 46, 82 Alaska boundary tribunal, 46 Alcott, Bronson, 6 Algeciras Conference, 61 aliens: and federal protection, 29; and California antialien laws, 141 Almy, Frederic, 261 Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA), 284, 286; and People's Council, 298-99, 313, 317-18 American Alliance for Labor and Democracy, 315-17 American Association for International Conciliation, 38, 122η American Association for Labor Legis­ lation, 225, 225η, 376 American Bar Association, 4g, 63 American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 12, 27, 331, 331η American Christian Missionary Society, 91 American Civil Liberties Union, 258. See also Civil Liberties Bureau American Committee on War Finance, 249, 251 American Conference for Democracy and Terms of Peace (ACDTP), 256, 306, 308, 370, 376, 384. See also People's Council American Federationist, 275, 281 American Federation of Labor (AFL), 272, 275-87, 298, 317, 321; on war and international issues before 1914, 275-78, 281-83; and peace societies, 275, 280-81; and public respectability, 278, 281-82; and neutrality period, 284; and wartime support, 284, 286-87; divisions within, 286 American Humane Education Society, 14 American Institute of International Law, 65, 168 American institutions, as models for international application, xii-xiv, 23-24, 28-29, 32-33, 35-37, 59, 382 American Jewish Congress, 301 American Journal of International Law, 41. 48 424—Index American League to Limit Armament,»79. 233. 238. 240. 357"58 American mission, see American insti­ tutions as models American Museum of Natural History, 92 American Neutral Conference Commit­ tee, 177, 181, 249, 294, 303, 304η, 385, 358 . 364. 383 American Peace Society (APS), 104, 150, 180-81, 331η, 337η, 364, 383; origins, 5-8; leadership and circumstances, 1900-1905, 8-17; and clergymen, 10, 14, 324-25, 325η; expansion after 1905, 16-17, 21-22, 37-38; and SpanishAmerican War, 24-25; and antiimperialism , 26-28; and Anglo-Saxonism , 31-33; and international lawyers, 54, 58-69; and businessmen, 76, 85; and consolidation of the peace move­ ment under the Carnegie Endowment, 101-2, 114, 117-30, 129-35, !38-39: responses to European war, 145-50, 152 American Purity Alliance, 20 American School Peace League, 103 American Social and Religious Condi­ tions, 340 American Society of International Law (ASIL), 120, 383; origins and compo­ sition, 39, 41-51, 56; and international arbitration, 45, 54-55, 60; as expres­ sion of professionalism, 45-50; and role of "lawyer-scholars," 48, 50; and Second Hague Conference, 51-54; emphasis on judicial approach, 52-55, 57, 59-61, 64; and case method, 57-58; and concern with domestic judicial supremacy, 62-65; and codification, 67; and State Department diplomats, 69-73; reactions to war, 152, 167, 169-70 American Society for the Judicial Settle­ ment of International Disputes (ASJSID), 66-67, 73. !52-53. 383 American Union Against Militarism (AUAM), xv, 176-77, 181, 227, 264η, 266, 325, 358, 364, 370, 374-76, 383-84, 387; origins and characteristics, 24043 ; antipreparedness activities, 242-46; on popular control of diplomacy, 243-48; attacks on privileged interests, 244-46, 248, 263...

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9781400870257
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OCLC
933516392
Pages
462
Launched on MUSE
2016-01-01
Language
English
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