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Hillary, William. A treatise on such diseases as are the most frequent in or are peculiar to the West India Islands or the torrid zone.

With notes by Benjamin Rush. Philadelphia: Jane Aitken, 1811. 166 pp.'8o. Horner, Gustavus R. B. Medical and topographical observations upon the Mediterranean, and upon Portugal, Spain, and other countries.

With engravings. Philadelphia: Haswell, Barrington & Haswell, 1839. 212 (1) pp. 8°. Horton, James Africanus B. Physical and medical climate and meteorology of the west coast of Africa; with valuable hints to Europeans

for the preservation of health in the tropics. London: John Churchill & Sons, 1847. xix (1), 321 pp. 8°. Johnson, James. The influence of tropical climates on European constitutions. Fifth edition, greatly enlarged. London: S. Highley,

1836. viii, 678 pp. 8o. Manson, Patrick. Tropical diseases. A manual of the diseases of warm climates. With 88 illustrations and 2 colored plates. London:

Cassell & Co., 1898. xvi, 607 pp. 12o.

A school of tropical medicine. (In Journal of the Royal Colonial Institute, vol. 31, April, 1900, pp. 309-357.) Markham, Clements R. On the suitability of mountainous regions and of islands in the tropics for European settlement. (In Interna

tional congress of hygiene and demography. Transactions, seventh session, vol 10, pp. 178–183. London, 1892. Martin, James Ranald. The influence of tropical climates on European constitutions. A new edition. London: John Churchill, 1856.

XV (1), 599 pp. 8o. Moore, Sir William. The suitability of tropical highlands for European settlement. (In International congress of hygiene and demog

raphy. Transactions, seventh session, vol. 10, pp. 165–170. London, 1892). Orgeas, J. La pathologie des races humaines et le problème de la colonisation. Paris: Doin, 1886. 8o. Rho, Filippo. Malattie predominanti nei paesi caldi e temperati. (Igiene e acclimatazione nei paesi caldi. Torino, Rosenberg e Sellier,

1897. 779 pp. Plates. 8°. Rochard, Jules. Questions d'hygiène sociale (l'acclimatement dans les colonies françaises). Paris: Hachette et Cie., 1891. vi,

337 pp. 16o. Sambon, L. W. Acclimatization of Europeans in tropical lands. (In Geographical journal, vol. 12, pp. 589–606. London, 1898.) Stokvis, B. J. On the comparative pathology of human races, with reference to the vital resistance of Europeans in tropical climates.

(In The Practitioner: vol. 46 (March, 1891), 223–240; (April, 1891), 301-320; (May, 1891), 385–398. London, 1891.) Towne, Richard. A treatise on the diseases most frequent in the West Indies, and herein more particularly of those which occur in

Barbadoes. London: Printed for John Clarke, MDCCXXVI. (10), 192 pp. 8°. Townsend, P. S. Memoir on the topography, weather, and diseases of the Bahama Islands. New York: J. Seymour, 1826. 80 pp. 8o. Treille, Georges. Principes d'hygiène coloniale. Paris: Carré et Naud, 1899. (2), iv, 272 pp. 8o. Williamson, John. Medical and miscellaneous observations relative to the West India Islands. Edinburgh: Printed by Alexander

Smellie, 1817. 2 vols. 8°.

EXPANSION OF THE UNITED STATES.

SELECTED LIST OF BOOKS TREATING OF TERRITORIAL ACQUISITIONS PRIOR TO THE ANNEXATION OF HAWAII AND OF THE

ISLANDS ACQUIRED FROM SPAIN IN 1898.

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Baldwin, Simeon E. The historic policy of the United States as to annexation. (In American Historical Association. Annual report

for 1893, pp. 369-390.) Bicknell, Edward. The territorial acquisitions of the United States. Boston: Small, 1899. xi, (1), 110 pp. 16o. Contents: The

Northwestern territory, 1787; Louisiana, 1802; Florida, 1819; Oregon, 1846; Texas, 1845; The Mexican cessions, 1848, 1853;

Alaska, 1867; Hawaii, 1898; The recent acquisitions in the West Indies and the East. Blanchard, R. The discovery and conquests of the Northwest Chicago: Cushing, Thomas & Co., 1880. 484, (2), 30, iv pp. Plates

(woodcuts). 8°. Burgess, John W. The middle period, 1817-1858. With maps. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1897. xvi, 544 pp. Maps. 12o.

(American History series.) Carpenter, E. J. America in Hawaii. A history of the United States influence in the Hawaiian islands. Boston: Small, Maynard

& Co., 1899. xi, (1), 275 pp. Portraits. 12o. Cooley, Thomas M. The acquisition of Louisiana. Indianapolis: The Bowen-Merrill Company, 1887. 93 pp. 8o. (Indiana Historical

society: Publications, No. 3.) Considers the constitutional questions involved in territorial acquisitions." Donaldson, Thomas. The public domain. Its history, with statistics, with references to the national domain, colonization, acquirement

of territory, the survey, administration, and several methods of sale and disposition of the public domain of the United States, with sketch of legislative history of the land system of the colonies, and also that of several foreign governments. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1881. vi, 544 pp. Folded maps. 8°. (U. S. 46th Congress, 3d session. Executive Document

47, pt. 1.) Farrand, Max. The legislation of Congress for the government of the organized territories of the United States. 1789-1895. William

A. Baker, printer, Newark, N. J., 1896. (4), 101 pp. 8o. Freeman, Edward Augustus. Greater Greece and Greater Britain, and George Washington the expander of England. Two lectures,

with an appendix. London: Macmillan & Co., 1880. (4), 143 pp. 12o. Gannett, Henry. Boundaries of the United States and of the several states and territories, with a historical sketch of the territorial

changes. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1885. 135 pp. 8°. (U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin, no. 13.) Griffis, William Elliot. The romance of American colonization: How the foundation stones of our history were laid. Boston and

Chicago: W. A. Wilde & Co., [1898]. 295 pp. Plates (photogravures). Small 4°. Hermann, Binger. The Louisiana purchase, and our title west of the Rocky Mountains, with a review of annexation by the United

States. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1898. 87 pp. Portrait. Maps. 4°. Hinsdale, B. A. The old Northwest, with a view of the thirteen colonies as constituted by the royal charters. New York: Townsend

MacCoun, 1888. vi, (2), 440 pp. Maps. 8°. . Jollivet, Adolphe. Documents américains. Troisième série. Les États-Unis d'Amérique. Annexion du Texas. L'Orégon. Paris:

de l'imprimerie de Bruneau, Ayril 1845. 74 pp. 8o.

McConachie, Lauros G. National expansion. Chicago, 1899. 134 pp. Portraits. 8°. (Progress. Issued monthly by the University

Association in the interests of university and world's congress extension. vol. 5, no. 2.) Contents: The national awakening; occupancy of the vacant continent; homogeneity, federation, and character building; isolation vs. intercourse; protection of the weak; aggression and co-operation; the lessons of history and politics; the expansion of Europe; spheres of influence and the open door; world politics; growth of American trade. Bibliography: Arguments for expansion, by Samuel Fallows;

The present crisis, by Edwin D. Mead. Roosevelt, Theodore. The winning of the West. With maps. New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1889–1896. Contents:

Vol. 1. From the Alleghanies to the Mississippi, 1769–1776. Vol. 2. From the Alleghanies to the Mississippi, 1777-1783. Vol. 3.

The founding of the trans-Alleghany commonwealths, 1784–1790. Vol. 4. Louisiana and the Northwest, 1791-1807. Winsor, J. The westward movement. The colonies and the republic west of the Alleghanies, 1763–1798. With full cartographical

illustrations from contemporary sources. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1897. viii, 595 pp. Portraits. 8°. Winsor, J., and Edward Channing. Territorial acquisitions and divisions. 1783–1850. (In Winsor, J.: Narrative and critical history

of America, vol. 7, pp. 528–562. Boston, 1888.)

EXPANSION OF THE UNITED STATES, 1898–1900.

HISTORY, DISCUSSION OF PRINCIPLES, ETC.

BOOKS.

Adams, Charles Francis. "Imperialism” and “The tracks of our forefathers.” A paper read before the Lexington, Mass., Historical

society, December 20, 1898. Boston: Dana Estes & Co., 1899. 37 pp. go. Allen, William V. Necessary and natural territorial expansion. (In Bryan, W. J., and others: Republic or empire, pp. 287–304.

Chicago, 1899.) American academy of political and social science. The foreign policy of the United States, political and commercial; addresses and dis

cussions at the annual meeting, April 7–8, 1899. Philadelphia: American academy of political and social science, 1899. (4), 216 pp. 8°. Contents: The government of dependencies, by Theodore S. Woolsey. Constitutional aspect of the government of dependencies, by E. W. Huffcut. The government of dependencies, by A. Lawrence Lowell. The government of tropical colonies, by W. Alleyne Ireland; discussion by Dr. Talcott Williams, Prof. L. S. Rowe. Militarism and democracy, by Carl Schurz. The commercial relations of the United States with the far East, by Worthington Chauncey Ford. The commercial relations of the United States with the far East, by Robert T. Hill; discussion by John Ford, Dr. W. P. Wilson, Prof. E. R. Johnson. The political relations of the United States with the far East, by John Bassett Moore. China's relations with the West, by H. E. Wu Ting Fang. The political relations of the United States with the European powers in the

far East, by Lindley Miller Keasbey. The real menance of Russian aggression, by Frederick Wells Williams. Anti-imperialistic league. Address adopted by the Anti-imperialistic league. (In Bryan, W. J., and others: Republic or empire, pp.

695–710. Chicago, 1899.) Bacon, Augustus 0. Independence for the Philippines. (In Bryan, W. J., and others: Republic or empire, pp. 523-548. Chicago,

1899.) Bancroft, Hubert Howe. The new Pacific. New York: The Bancroft Company, 1900. iv, (2), 738 pp. Map. 8° “Imperialism; the

policy of expansion," pp. 144-184. “Hawaii, the pearl of the Pacific,” pp. 548–565. "Philippine archipelago and Asiatic

isles,” pp. 566-580. Blackman, William Fremont. The making of Hawaii; a study in evolution. New York: Macmillan Company, 1899. xii, 266 pp. 8°. Boutwell, George S. The crisis of the republic. Boston: Dana Estes & Co., 1900. (4), 215 pp. 8°. Bryan, William Jennings, and others. Republic or empire? The Philippine question. Chicago: The Independence Company, 1899.

762 pp. Portrait. 8°. Consists of speeches, etc., in opposition to expansion by W.J. Bryan, Andrew Carnegie, J. B. Weaver, B. R. Tillman, George G. Vest, George F. Hoar, S. M. White, Samuel Gompers, Charles Francis Adams, Arthur P. Gorman, Henry M. Teller, George F. Edmunds, Marion Butler, A. E. Stevenson, David Starr Jordan, W. V. Allen, Charles A. Towne, Carl Schurz, J. W. Daniel, Henry Van Dyke, H. D. Money, W. E. Mason, H. R. Chilton, A. O. Bacon, George W. Turner, J. L. McLaurin, A. S. Clay, H. W. Johnson, J. G. Carlisle, J. L. Spalding, G. C. Lorimer, J. L. Barton, H. C. Potter, George P. Fisher, T. J. Conaty, Daniel Merriman; also the following documents: McEnery and Bacon resolutions; The gospel of force, poem, by Bertrand Shadwell. Appendix: Protocol of agreement; Treaty of peace; Letter of Admiral Dewey; Aguinaldo's proclamation-dictatorial; Aguinaldo's establishment of revolutionary government; Message of president of Philippine

revolution; State correspondence; Aguinaldo to President; Aguinaldo to Mr. Williams. Bryan, William S., ed. Our islands and their people as seen with camera and pencil; introduced by J. Wheeler, with special descriptive

matter and narratives by J. de Olivares * * * Photographs by B. Townsend. St. Louis, New York: N. D. Thompson,

1900. 2 pts., illustrated. Plates. Folio. Carlisle, John Griffin. Our future policy. (In Bryan, W. J., and others: Republic or empire, pp. 649–673. Chicago, 1899.) Carpenter, E. J. America in Hawaii. A history of the United States influence in the Hawaiian islands. Boston: Small, Maynard &

Co., 1899. xi, (1), 275 pp. Portrait. 12°. Chetwood, John. Manila, or Monroe doctrine? New York: Robert Lewis Wood Company, [1898]. 52 pp. 16o. Chilton, Horace. Annexation dangerous to labor. (In Bryan, W. J., and others: Republic or empire, pp. 501-522. Chicago, 1899.) Clay, Alexander S. Excessive taxation destructive to patriotism. (In Bryan, W. J., and others: Republic or empire, pp. 595-614.

Chicago, 1899.) Copeland, Thomas Campbell. American colonial handbook. A ready reference book of facts and figures, historical, geographical, and

commercial, about Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, Hawaii, and Guam. Funk & Wagnalls Company, New York and

London: 1899. 180, (1) pp. Maps. 16°. Daniel, John W. The effect of annexation of the Philippines on American labor. (In Bryan, W. J., and others: Republic or empire,

pp. 367–425. Chicago, 1899.) Draper, A. S. The rescue of Cuba; an episode in the growth of free government. London: Gay & Bird, 1899. 8°. Duffield, J. Davis. Address at the foreign policy conference, August, 1898. Philadelphia, 1898. (4) pp. 8o.

No. 9—51

Fernald, James C. The imperial republic. With five maps. Funk & Wagnalls Company, New York and London: 1898. 192 pp. 12o.

Contents: The ghost of imperialism; Our traditional policy; "Entangling alliances;" The United States as a sea-power; Trade follows the flag; The highway to the Orient; The empire of the Pacific; The debt of humanity; Colonial policies contrasted;

A true colonial policy; Possibilities of our new possessions. Fisher, Horace N. Principles of colonial government adapted to the present needs of Cuba and Porto Rico and the Philippines. Boston:

L. C. Page & Co., 1899. 56 pp. 8o. Gardiner, Charles A. Our right to acquire and hold foreign territory G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York: 1899. (4), 56 pp. 12o.

(Questions of the day, no. 93.) Giddings, Franklin Henry. Democracy and empire. With studies of their psychological, economic, and moral foundations. New

York: Macmillan Company, 1900. x, 363 pp. 8o. Pp. 267–290 contain argument for Anglo-Saxon alliance; with discussion

of commercial advantages of the East. “The consent of the governed," pp. 257–266. “Imperialism," pp. 267–290. Griffis, William Elliot. America in the East. A glance at our history, prospects, problems, and duties in the Pacific ocean. New York:

A. S. Barnes & Co., 1899. x, (2), 244 pp. Plates (photogravu "es). 12o.
The romance of conquest. The story of American expansion through arms and diplomacy. Boston: W. A. Wilde Company,

[1899]. 312 pp. Plates. 8°. Hoar, George Frisbie. “Before everything-liberty.” Our duty to the Philippines. A letter reprinted from the Springfield Republican,

January 11, 1900. Published by the New England Anti-imperialist league, 1900. 15 pp. 12o. No constitutional power to conquer foreign nations and hold their people in subjection against their will. Speech in the Senate,

January 9, 1899. Washington, 1899. 28 pp. 8o. A question of conscience. Letter to the editor of the Boston Herald, January 2, 1900. [Washington, 1900.] 11 pp. 8o. No

title-page. Caption title. Same as “Before everything-liberty.” Our duty to the Philippines. Letter, March 29, 1899. [To citizens of Massachusetts on the Philippine policy.) [Boston] Published by the Anti-imperialist

league. 1899. 14 pp. - Our duty to the Philippines. From the Independent, New York, November 9, 1899. [New York, 1899.] 8 pp. Small 4°. Johnson, Henry U. Imperial splendor and imperial mistakes. (In Bryan, W. J., and others: Republic or empire, pp. 649-673.

Chicago, 1899.) Jordan, David Starr. Imperial democracy. A study of the relation of government by the people, equality before the law, and other

tenets of democracy, to the demands of a vigorous foreign policy and other demands of imperial dominion. New York:

D. Appleton & Co., 1899. ix, (1), 293 pp. 8o. . Levere, William C. Imperial America. The policy of national expansion. Chicago: Forbes & Co., 1898. 128 pp. 12o. Lindsay, William. Power to acquire foreign territory. (In American Bar Association reports, vol. 22, pp. 327–357. Philadelphia, 1899.) Lomax, Tennent. An imperial colonial policy; opposition to it the supreme duty of patriotism. Oration at the University of Alabama,

June 20, 1898. N. P., [1898?] 21 pp. 8°. McLaurin, John L. Our new colonial policy. (In Bryan, W. J., and others: Republic or empire, pp. 577–594. Chicago, 1899.) Mahan, A. T. Lessons of the war with Spain, and other articles. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1899. xvi, (2), 320 pp. Map. 12o. March, Alden. The history and conquest of the Philippines and our other island possessions. Embracing our war with the Filipinos

in 1899 ... an authentic history of the Spanish war. . the history of Cuba, Porto Rico, the Ladrone, and the Hawaiian islands from their discovery to the present time. Embellished with over one hundred full page half-tone and other

engravings. John C. Winston, Philadelphia, [1899]. 498 pp. 4o. Mason, William E. Universal liberty. (In Bryan, W. J., and others: Republic or empire, pp. 473–498. Chicago, 1899.) Money, Hernando D. Let us not with our own hands stain the immaculate shield of American arms. (In Bryan, W. J., and others:

Empire or republic, pp. 449-470. Chicago, 1899.) Morris, Charles. Our island empire. A handbook of Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii, and the Philippine islands. J. B. Lippincott Company,

Philadelphia, 1899. xii, (7), 488 pp. Map. 8°. Peffer, William A. Americanism and the Philippines. Crane & Co., Topeka, 1900. 150 pp. 8°. Pepper, Charles M. To-morrow in Cuba. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1899. (8), 362 pp. Folded map. 8o. Powers, H. H. The war as a suggestion of manifest destiny. Philadelphia: American Academy of political and social science, 1898.

20 pp. (Publications of the Society, no. 235.) 8°. “Professor Powers shows the development of the policy of imperialism from the time of Jefferson, and the inevitableness of the war. He then sets forth the results which must follow from our appearance as a world power, and why the final struggle for world domination must be between the Anglo-Saxon and the Slav

races. He also endeavors to forecast the result of this struggle.” Randolph, Carman F. Notes on the law of territorial expansion. [New York: Privately printed. 1900.] 54 pp. 8o. Rayner, Isador. Speeches and addresses. Baltimore: John Murphy & Co., 1899. (6), 318 pp. 12o. Imperialism, pp. 280-291. Schurz, Carl. American imperialism. (In Bryan, W. J., and others: Republic or empire, pp. 329-363. Chicago, 1899.) Spalding, Bishop J. L. Love of country. (In Bryan, W. J., and others: Republic or empire, pp. 675-693. Chicago, 1899.) Swift, Morrison I. Imperialism and liberty. Los Angeles: The Rowbroke Press, 1899. ix, (1), 491 pp. 8o. “Opposed to expansion." Tompkins, D. A. American commerce, its expansion. A collection of addresses and pamphlets relating to the extension of foreign

markets for American manufacturers. Charlotte, N. C.: Published by the author, 1900. 154 pp. 12o. Townsend, Luther Tracy. “Manifest destiny" from a religious point of view. An address delivered before the Boston music hall

patriotic association, November 6, 1898. Baltimore: Baltimore Methodist, [1898]. 61 pp. 16°, Turner, George W. Our ship of State. (In Bryan, W. J., and others: Republic or empire, pp. 549–575. Chicago, 1899.) Valentine, John J. "Imperial democracy.” Dutch colonizers in Malaysia. Annexation of the Philippines. San Francisco, 1899.

53 pp. 8o. Van Dyke, Henry. The American birthright and the Philippine pottage. (In Bryan, W. J., and others: Republic or empire, pp. 429–

446. Chicago, 1899.) Visger, Jean A. Owen. The story of Hawaii. London and New York: Harper & Brothers, 1898. vii, (5), 219 pp. Plate. 8o. Vivian, Thomas J., and Ruel P. Smith. Everything about our new possessions. Being a handy book on Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii, and

the Philippines. New York: R. F. Fenno & Co., 1899. 182 pp. 16o. Waldstein, Charles. The expansion of Western ideals and the world's peace. John Lane, New York and London, 1899. 194 pp. 16o. Whitney, Caspar. Hawaiian America. Something of its history, resources, and prospects. Profusely illustrated. New York and

London: Harper & Brothers, 1899. xii, (2), 357 pp. Plates (photogravures). 8°.

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1898. The war as a suggestion of manifest destiny. H. H. Powers. Annals of the Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Social Science, vol. 12

(Sept., 1898), pp. 173–192. 1898. International isolation of the United States. Richard Olney. Atlantic, vol. 81 (May, 1898), p. 577. 1898. The United States and the control of the tropics. Benjamin Kidd. Atlantic, vol. 82 (Dec., 1898), p. 721. 1898. Our government of newly acquired territory. C. E. Boyd. Atlantic, vol. 82 (Dec., 1898), p. 738. 1898. Thoughts on American imperialism. C. Schurz. Century, vol. 56 (Sept., 1898), p. 781. 1898. The territory with which we are threatened. W. Reid. Century, vol. 56 (Sept., 1898), p. 788. 1898. American expansion and the inheritance of the race. W. L. Clowes. Fortnightly Rev., vol. 64 (Dec., 1898), p. 884. 1898. Isolation or imperialism? J. R. Procter. Forum, vol. 26 (Sept., 1898), p. 14. 1898. The dangers of imperialism. W. McDonald. Forum, vol. 26 (Oct., 1898), p. 177. 1898. Annexation and universal suffrage. J. B. McMaster. Forum, vol. 26 (Dec., 1898), p. 393. 1898. Eastward expansion of the United States. A. R. Colquhoun. Harper's Mag., vol. 97 (Nov., 1898), p. 932. 1898. American policy of territorial expansion. H. C. Lodge. Independent, vol. 50 (Jan. 13, 1898), p. 41. 1898. Dangers of colonial expansion. G. F. Hoar. Independent, vol. 50 (July 7, 1898), p. 8. 1898. The territorial expansion of the United States. J. T. Morgan. Independent, vol. 50 (July 7, 1898), p. 11. 1898. Washington's foreign policy and the Philippines. J. A. Woodburn. Independent, vol. 50 (Oct. 27, 1898), p. 1170. 1898. The parting of the ways in the foreign policy of the United States. F. Adler. Int. J. of Ethics, vol. 9 (Oct., 1898), p. 1. 1898. Annexation: Ethics of the war. Nation, vol. 67 (Sept. 22, 1898), pp. 216–217. 1898. The coming struggle in the Pacific. B. Taylor. Nineteenth Century, vol. 44 (Oct., 1898), p. 656. 1898. The problem of the Philippines. C. W. Dilke. No. Amer. Rev., vol. 167 (Sept., 1898), p. 257. 1898. The economic basis of imperialism. C. A. Conant. No. Amer. Rev., vol. 167 (Sept., 1898), p. 326. 1898. Difficulties in assimilating Hawaii. L. A. Beardslee. No. Amer. Rev., vol. 167 (Oct., 1898), p. 473. 1898. Pending problems. H. Taylor. No. Amer. Rev., vol. 167 (Nov., 1898), p. 609.

ent: What is our capacity for it? Outlook, vol. 60 (Nov. 20, 1898), p. 753. 1898. The Anglo-Saxon in the tropics. W. E. Griffis. Outlook, vol. 60 (Dec. 10, 1898), p. 902. 1898. Imperialism. F. H. Giddings. Pol. Sci. Quar., vol. 13 (Dec., 1898), p. 585. 1898. The evolution of colonies. J. Collier. Pop. Sci. Mo., vol. 53 (July-Sept., 1898). 1898. L'équilibre intercontinental. Les États-Unis et l'Espagne. Les puissances coloniales. L. Drapeyron. Rev. Géographique, vol.

43 (1898), pp. 7-12. 1898. Recent development of policy in the United States. J. Chamberlain. Scribner's Mag., vol. 24 (Dec., 1898), p. 674. 1898. The American colonies. Spectator (Nov. 5, 1898), p. 640. Forecast of the difficulties of governing Cuba, Porto Rico, and the

Philippines. 1898. The principle of intervention. L. T. Hengstler. Univ. Chronicle, vol. 1 (Dec., 1898), p. 521. 1898. Aspects of empire and colonization, past and present. R. D. Melville. Western Rev., vol. 150 (Oct., 1898), p. 363; Eclectic, new

series, vol. 68 (Dec., 1898), p. 721. 1899. Our Federal Constitution and the government of tropical territories. H.P.Judson. Am. Rev. of Reviews, vol. 19 (Jan., 1899), p. 67. 1899. The drift towards colonial and protectorate governments. D. Dorchester. Am. Rev. of Reviews, vol. 69 (Feb., 1899), p. 199. 1899. The problem of territorial expansion. J. G. Schurman. Am. Rev. of Reviews, vol. 20 (Nov., 1899), p. 567. 1899. Americanizing Spanish colonies. A. J. Miller. Anglo-Amer. Mag., vol. 1 (Mar., 1899), p. 156. 1899. American policy in the Far East. J. M. King, jr. Anglo-Amer. Mag., vol. 1 (May, 1899), p. 432. 1899. Annex the Philippines. E. A. Balch. Anglo-Amer. Mag., vol. 1 (May, 1899), p. 472. 1899. Constitutional aspects of the government of dependencies. E. W. Huffcut. Annals of Amer. Acad. (May, 1899), suppl., p. 19. 1899. The government of dependencies. A. L. Lowell. Annals of Amer. Acad. (May, 1899), suppl., p. 46. 1899. The government of tropical colonies. W. A. Ireland. Annals of Amer. Acad. (May, 1899), suppl., p. 60. 1899. The government of dependencies. T. S. Woolsey. Annals of Amer. Acad. (May, 1899), suppl., p. 3. 1899. Militarism and democracy. C. Schurz. Annals of Amer. Acad. (May, 1899), suppl., p. 77. 1899. A review of our foreign policy in the Far East. J. B. Moore. Annals of Amer. Acad. (May, 1899), suppl., p. 163. 1899. Our new colonial policy. Arena, vol. 21 (Jan., 1899), p. 84. 1899. The colonial expansion of the United States. A. L. Lowell. Atlantic (Feb., 1899). 1899. Expansion of the American people. E. E. Sparks. Chautauquan, vol. 30 (Oct.-Dec., 1899): 49, 157, 264. 1899. American policy of expansion. Champ Clark. Consery. Rev., vol. 1 (Feb., 1899), p. 78. 1899. The treaty with Spain in its relation to territorial acquisition. A. L. Knott. Conserv. Rev., vol. 1 (Feb., 1899), p. 147. 1899. A question of national honor. W. H. Fleming. Consery. Rev., vol. 1 (May, 1899), p. 199. In favor of recognition of Filipino

republic. 1899. North and South in national expansion. J. C. Ballagh. Conserv. Rev., vol. 1 (May, 1899), p. 291. 1899. Imperialism in the United States. Goldwin Smith. Contemp. Rev., vol. 75 (May, 1899), p. 620. 1899. The future relations of Great Britain and the United States. C. W. Dilke. Forum, vol. 26 (Jan., 1899), p. 521. 1899. The war and the extension of civilization. D. J. Hill. Forum, vol. 26 (Feb., 1899), p. 650. 1899. Why the treaty should be ratified. C. Denby. Forum, vol. 26 (Feb., 1899), p. 641. 1899. The conditions of good colonial government. E. L. Godkin. Forum, vol. 27 (Apr., 1899), p. 190. 1899. A side-issue of expansion. Julian Hawthorne. Forum, vol. 27 (June, 1899), p. 441.

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