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Ellen Hayes, The Four Seas Company, Boston. An intensive study of the beginnings of a small town in central Ohio, this book will interest primarily the residents of Granville, the town described, but it pre sents a typical picture of the settlement and growth of a village of the Middle West, and as such will be valued.
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Gibbons. The Century Company, New York This is a good book. It shows us hor we can help France and how France cal help us. The general soundness of the author's opinions is evident when we consider what has taken place since his chap ters were written. They are all publishel just as written when the fighting was in progress. Not all will regard one of the author's opinions, however, as sound—that concerning the despatch to Europe of volunteer army led by Theodore Roosevelt no matter what the greater satisfaction in France later was at the arrival of an official army led by General Pershing. History of American Field Service in
France. Edited by James Norman Hall and
Mifflin Company, Boston.
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Of the various histories of individual Courtesy of Cosmopolitan Book Corporation. (C) C. B, C.
units and organizations which saw service
in the war, we have seen none to compare ROBINSON CRUSOE READING THE BIBLE-A DRAWING BY N. C. WYETH
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Lafayette Flying Corps and the American present-day society, the Socialist theory of half a century been compelled to live under
Field Service in France. These volumes economic development, the Socialist con- a Government not of their own choosing. form a record of achievement, sacrifice, ception of a future social state, and the With the sympathy born of first-hand expe
and devotion to duty of which every achievements and present status of the or- rience, Mrs. O'Shaughnessy tells about ganized Socialist movement. them in the war and in the happier days formed the backbone of these two organi
American may be proud. The men who Spanish America: Its Romance, Reality, for them since the war.
zations may be regarded as having been and Future. By C.R. Enock, C.E., F.R.G.S. Great Fire of London in 1666 (The). By among the leaders of those who not only Illustrated. 2 vols. Charles Scribner's Sons, Walter George Bell, F.R.A.S. Illustrated. New York.
saw America's duty early and clearly, but
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Romance of Madame Tussaud (The). By and interesting a book as this. Will Amer
John Theodore Tussaud. Introduction by just the kind of information he wants and icans ever love their cities as Englishmen Hilaire Belloc. Illustrated. The George H. needs concerning Central and South Amer- love London ? Many quaint pictures and
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prised to learn from this book that the Seeing the Far West. By John T. Faris, Alsace in Rust and Gold. By Edith
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THIS WEEK'S OUTLOOK
BY J. MADISON GATHANY
SCARBOROUGH SCHOOL, SCARBOROUGH-ON-HUDSON, N. Y.
of the Irish Republic,” differ from that of MERICAN immigration authorities
6 Citizen Genet”?
How might the Federal Government sands of Polish Jews and millions of Italians
curb the activities of De Valera? Should it? lave definitely planned to come to America
Can you explain how one might be a just as soon as transportation facilities will
friend of Ireland and at the same time permit. Similar statistics are true in regard not be a vilifier of England ? to other foreign countries. What questions
What is your opinion of reprisals? do these facts raise in your mind ?
Why don't the moderate men in Ireland The Outlook, in its editorial on immi
and England come together in an attempt gration, found elsewhere in this issue,
to break the Irish deadlock ? speaks of “ dealing with immigration at its
What is the Irish Home Rule Bill now source.” In what respects would this help passing through its last stages in the House solve our immigration problem ? Would
of Lords? Is it a fair proposal? Which, such a policy be fairer to prospective im
in your opinion, show the better attitude migrants than our present system?
in reference to the Irish question, the Some employers are saying that no other
British or the Irish ? checks than those already effected should
In the present state of affairs in Ireland be placed upon the coming of foreigners to
is there anything else for Great Britain to our country. Among other things, it is
do but make murder odious and unsafe? said that some employers want to see in
Define accurately the following : Prothe immediate future scores of thousands of men and women in this country begging probrious, epithet, Sinn Feiners, muss,
fessional propagandists, fatherland, opfor jobs, on the ground that wage-earners
fanatics. need this experience to teach them their place in our present economic order. Tell, Shall We Scrap the Treaty ? with reasons, what you think of the opin
"HERE are few inions of such employers. Are they thinking
What, with reasons, is your opinion of the soundly from the economic point of view? two possible courses which The Outlook
dustries in which Do, or do you not, agree with the opin- says are now open as to the Treaty of ion expressed by some that immigration
Versailles ? from any country should be limited to a
Has The Outlook answered its own
we have not solved certain percentage of those already admit- question, Shall we scrap the Treaty ? If ted? What are your reasons ?
think it has, can you express What also, with reasons, is your opinion of the proposal made by Representative Albert Johnson as stated in this editorial ?
Outlook has given to its own question, how President-elect Harding believes that
would you answer the question ? "only the immigrant who can be assimi
Is that “ lated and thoroughly imbued with the
States is as devoted as ever to the princiAmerican spirit” should be allowed admis
ples for which the Nation really fought"? sion to our shores. If so, how could we
Define and explain: Lodge reservadetermine who such would be?
tions, promulgate, intrinsically, autoWhat is Canada's immigration policy? matically, the law of nations, internaThe Outlook thinks we have much to learn
. from it. Do you?
In his book entitled « The American and at the same time Why have we not a thorough and con
World Policies" (Doran) David Jayne sistent immigration policy? Can you out
Hill discusses what, in his opinion, the wise line such a policy? Is the lack of it in- course and sure ground for America to dicative of the way in which a democracy
take as to the Peace Treaty should be. He handles vital and human problems? also tells us what the Senate really fought
cut shows a Durand Here are some valuable books on the for and why. Have you read this book? immigration question :
Some other books worth while reading Steel Rack for bars. “Schooling of the Immigrant," by F. B. in connection with this topic are The Thompson (Harpers); “Immigration and
Peace in the_Making,” by H. W. Harris
are also made to store the Community,” by Grace Abbott (Cen- gerford (Macmillan). tury); “ Americanization," by W. Talbot (H. W. Wilson).
The Green Hyphen
a Is Sinn Fein a religion or a fanaticism ? the If it is neither of these, what is it? brating this fall the landing of the Pilgrims?
What was the “ Citizen Genet” incident What reasons can you give why French and wheels. in American history? Wherein does the men, Germans, Irishmen, and all other i These questions and comments are designed not
nationalities represented here in America ouly for the use of current events classes and clubs, should join in celebrating the tercentenary
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Who Were the Pilgrim Fathers ? compactly such di
Reach in connection with ease editorial by verse articles as cles by Mr. Abrams and Mr. Perrin, which shares, automobile
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Make it a Roosevelt Christmas
His own presentation of his career
hearth 1 Doran Book
Light Essays E. V. LUCAS
Theodore Roosevelt and
Shown in his own letters
By JOSEPH BUCKLIN BISHOP
eminence and interest has ever been set forth so fully, so au-
The extraordinary qualities of this book are
pointed out by those best equipped to judge: Professor BRANDER MATTHEWS:
“Mr. Bishop has given us a work which does for one President of the United States what was done for an earlier President
by the publication of Grant's Personal Memoirs.'” Dr. NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER, President of Columbia University :
“I can think of no similarly complete and vivid record of the
life and public work of any statesman and man of affairs.” W. H. P. FAUNCE, President of Brown University :
“Mr. Bishop's own style and method are like transparent glass through which we see Mr. Roosevelt as he was.”
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