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THE AMERICAN
REVIEW OF REVIEWS

JULY-DECEMBER, 1920

The alphabetical arrangement of the subject matter is modified in some instances by the grouping
of related topics under such headings as Agriculture, Aviation, Congress, Europe, Finance, League of
Nations, Railroads, Soldiers, United States, and War. So far as space permits, cross-indexing of topics
to general headings has been used. For material involving various countries, it will be best to look
under the name of the nation. Pictures of interesting personalities are grouped under the heading,
Portraits."

Letters in parentheses signify nature of article, as (C) contributed article; (Ed.) editorial;
(L) "leading article" (digested from another source); (il.) illustrated; (R) book review.

Pp. 1-112, July; pp. 113-224, August: pp. 225-336, September; pp. 337-448, October; pp. 449-

560, November; pp. 561-672, December

ADAMS, Charles Francis (L., il.), 330.

Bonus (See "Soldiers"').
Addinsell, H. M. Why the "Utilities" Are the Book trade (See “Commerce").
People's Business (C.), 638.

Books, The new, 109, 220, 333, 445, 557, 668.
Adriatic (See "Italy").

Boy Scouts represent us in Europe (C., il), 174.
Agriculture :

British (See also "Ireland"):
Alaskan opportunities (C., il.), 385.

Asiatic and African affairs (C.), 514.
Cooperative farmers of Nebraska (L.), 216.

Demobilized soldiers (C.), 302.
Corn crop figures (Ed.), 584.

Egyptian independence promised (Ed.), 354.
Cotton prices down again (Ed.), 583.

French relations (L.), 546.
Cotton planting and crop diversification (C.), India prospers (Ed.), 355.
642.

Japanese alliance discussed (L.), 205.
Crop reports brighter (Ed.), 23, 132, 247, 584.

Labor in politics (Ed.), 243; (L., il.), 429, 541.
Farm costs and prices (Ed.), 464.

League of Nations attitude now (L.), 199.
Farms deserted (Ed.), 461.

Lloyd George a dexterous politician (Ed.), 243;
French condition good (Ed.), 358.

(Ed.), 472; (C.), 511.
Irrigation on the Nile (c., 11.), 607.

Manchester University's expansion (L., 11.).
Oat crop (Ed.), 247.

318.
Potato crop (Ed.), 247.

Moslem unrest in the Empire (Ed.), 354.
Produce prices slump (Ed.), 471.

Nile irrigation (C., il.), 607.
Western Canadian prospects (C.), 191.

Press parliament in Canada (C., 11.), 278.
Wheat forecasts (Ed.), 23, 133, 215.

Railroads bankrupt? (L.), 550.
Aland Island question in dispute (L.), 317; (L.), Russian trade problems (Ed.), 134, 243; (C.),
652.

53, 513.
Alexander, King of Greece, dead (C.), 599.

View of American navy progress (L., 11.), 210.
American eagle dying out (L., il.), 208.

View of New York labor situation (L.), 207.
Andrews, Roy Chapman, goes to Asia (L., 11.). Zionist movement in Palestine (L.), 100.
553.

Bryan, William Jennings. Democratic policies at
Argentine oll problems (L.), 321.

San Francisco (C., 11.). 42.
Argentine sugar production (L.), 88.

Budget (See Canada").
Asian expedition searches for "missing link" (L.), Business (See "Industry," "Commerce," and
553.

"Finance").
Asquith, Mrs., autobiography (L., il)., 549.
Austrian reconstruction problems (C.), 58.

CALIFORNIA and the Japanese problem (Ed.), 456.
Aviation :

Canada :
Army air service (C., 11.), 281.

Budgetary revision (C., 11.), 188.
Before Christ? (L.), 432.

In harmony with United States (Ed.), 454.
Commercial flying in the future (C., 11.), 75. Ontario's farmer government (L., 11.), 548.
Navy air service (C., il.), 399.

Press parliament at Ottawa (C., il.), 278.
Naval Aying forecast (C., il.), 391.

Religious differences (Ed.), 455.
New York to Paris in a day (L.), 217.

St. Lawrence River development (L.), 93.
Postal mail planes and routes (C., il.), 625.

West Indian relations (C.), 69; (Ed.), 21.

Western prospects (C.), 191.
BARRETT, John, retires from Pan-American Union Carranza (See "Mexico").
(Ed.), 357.

Cartoons, 29, 142, 253, 364, 479, 590.
Bass, John F., writes a great book (Ed.). 568. Census (See "Government").
Belgian reconstruction (L.), 441.

Central American neighbors (C., 11.), 193.
Bolivia's German army advisers (L.), 667.

Cestre, Charles. France: The Country of Com-
Bolshevism (See also "Russia"):

mon Sense (C.), 604.
Analyzed (Ed.), 472; (C.), 497.

Chilean nitrate industry (L., 11.), 103.
Compared with French Revolution (L.), 538. China faces famine (Ed.), 355.
Failure in France (C.), 604.

Christian missions coöperate (L., 11.), 552 ; (L.),
Gorky, Maxim, associated with (L., il.), 437.

654.
In England (L., 11.), 429, 541.

Coal (See “Europe," "United States," "Industry").
In Italy (L.), 322.

Cole, William I. "Hundred Harbored Maine" (C.,
In Russia (Ed.), 355.

il.), 62.
International revolution subsidies (L.), 544. Collins. Francis Arnold. Hygiene of the School
Victories in Poland (C.), 259.

(C., il.), 416.
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Collins, Paul V. The Lumber Famine (C., il.).

521.
Commerce :

Alaskan opportunities (C., il.), 385.
Book trade in Latin America (L.), 108.
Central American trade prospects (C., il), 193.
Europe's struggle for raw materials (Ed.), 493.
Foreign trade and America (Ed.), 359.
Germany's Latin American trade (L.), 209.
Oil problem in Argentina (L.), 321.
Shipping agreement with Germany (Ed.), 359.
Shipping rivalry world-wide (L., il.), 663.
Sugar production in Argentina (L.), 88.

West African opportunities (L.), 102.
Congress :

Adjournment for summer (Ed.), 3.
Caliber of personnel (Ed.), 3.
Criticized by President Wilson (Ed.), 18.
Direct action methods with (Ed.), 6; (C.), 72.
Japanese congressional Junket (Ed.), 128.
Kenyon committee's campaign fund investiga-

tion (Ed.), 8, 348.
League deadlock reviewed (Ed.), 233, 577.
Mercantile Marine act (Ed.), 22.
Problems for December session (Ed.), 576.
Senatorial election contests (Ed.), 349.
Soldier bonus fails (Ed.), 5.

War power repeal fails (Ed.), 5, 18.
Cotton (See “Agriculture").
Country life improvement methods (Ed.), 463.
Craven, Capt. Thomas T. Our Navy's Air Ser-

vice (C., 11.), 399.
Cuba :
Educational projects of General Wood (L.),

438.
Election of President (Ed.), 857
Debt to Roosevelt (L.), 314.

Sugar price slump (Ed.), 471.
Czechoslovak reconstruction (C.), 59.
DABNEY, Charles W. (C., 11.), 411.
Davison, Henry P. A Plan to Help Europe (C.),

56.
Day, David T. The Oil Famine and the Remedy

(C., il.), 291.
Direct Action, on Congress (C.). 72.
Dramatic art taught by motion pictures (L.),

107.

Finance:

America's new credit position (Ed.), 578.
Banks and mills of New England (C.), 528.
Bond offerings in America (Ed.), 357.
Central American opportunities (C., 11.), 193.
Chinese consortium loan (Ed.), 133.
Credit strain serious (Ed.), 23; (L.), 427.
European situation (C.), 49, 54.
Federal Reserve bank meets inflation (Ed.), 23.
Fiat money troubles of France (L.), 96.
Foreign exchange depreciated (C.), 405; trade

problems (C.), 56; (Ed.), 578.
Government financial conditions (Ed.), 247.
Price reductions rapid (C.), 169, 532; (Ed.).

583.
Prices of lumber (C., il.), 521; produce (Ed.),

471; securities (Ed.), 584.
Public Utilities (C.), 638.
Railway (See “Railroads").
Workingmen's banks in France (L.), 442.
Finland and the Aland Islands (L.), 317, 652.
Finley, John H. Improving Rural Schools in

New York (C., il.), 183.
Fiume (See “Italy").
Food shortage causes (Ed.), 464.
Foreign exchange (See “Finance").
Forest preservation on the Pacific (L., il.), 87.
France:

Banks proposed for workingmen (L.), 442.
British relations (L.), 546.
Constitution and new President's changed func-

tions (Ed.), 471 ; (L.), 537.
Fiat money troubles (L.), 96.
Floats bonds in America (Ed.), 358.
Industrial recovery (Ed.), 358.
Italian relations (L.), 324.
Language and culture (L.), 539.
Poland and the Reds (C.), 373; (L.), 543.
Radio station most powerful (L., 11.), 218.
Reparation claims (L.), 203.
Revolution compared with Russian (L.), 538.
Statue of Lafayette (L., il.), 101.
Triumph over Industrial Reds (C.), 604.
View on German indemnity (L.), 319.

View on Socialism (L.), 656.
Frederick, J. George. Bringing the Price Balloon

Down (C.), 169 : The Public and the Price
Collapse (C.), 532.

EAGLE becoming extinct (L., 11.), 208.
Earthquakes in California (L., il), 218.
Education :
Consolidated school systems (C., 11.), 179, 183,

185.
Cuban methods of General Wood (L.), 438.
French language and human culture (L.), 539.
History of American expansion (C., 11.), 507.
Iowa rural school improvements (C., il.), 179.
Language influences national life (Ed.), 455.
Manchester University's expansion (L., il.),

318.
New York rural school improvements (C., 11.).

183.
Notable college presidents (C., 11.), 409.
Pennsylvania rural school policy (C., il.), 185.
Rural school improvements (Ed.), 131.
School crisis (Ed.), 130 ; hygiene (C., il.), 416.
Soldier wounded taught trades (C.), 302.
Teaching by "movies" (L.), 107.

Woman suffrage history (C.), 380.
Egbert, Howard. Cox, Democratic Candidate

(C., 11.), 149.
Electrification of Eastern States (L., 11.), 555.
Ely, Richard T. What Is Bolshevism? (Ed.),

472; (C.). 497.
Esthonian problems (C), 60.
Europe:

American plan to help (C), 56.
Balkan peace problems (C.), 55.
Border and political tangles (Ed.), 20.
Coal problems (Ed.), 134.
Exchange rate low (C.), 405.
Financial situation (C.), 49, 54.
Fuel economies (L.), 320.
Hythe financial conference (C.), 54.
Land hunger and war (Ed.), 460.
Poland saved from the Reds (C.), 371.
Problems and leaders (Ed.), 471.

Reconstruction problems (C.), 57.
FAR EAST (See "League," "Treaty").
Farming (See "Agriculture").
Federal Reserve bank (See "Finance").
Fess, Simeon D. The Republican Candidate, Sena-

tor Harding (C., 11.), 35.

GAS, natural, wasted in United States (L.), 94.
Germany :

And Russo-Polish war (C.), 266.
And the Poles (L.), 545.
Army experts in Bolivia (L.), 667.
Coal problem (Ed.), 134.
Elections (C.), 49.
Indemnity problems (L.), 319, 424.
People's party and its leader (L.), 84.
Politics (L.), 85.
Pre-war corruption (L.), 92.
Shipping alliance with United States (E.), 359.

Trade with Latin America (L.), 209.
Giolitti, Giovanni (See “Italy").
Goldsmith, Robert. Boy Scouts-Delegates of

Democracy (C., il.), 174.
Gorgas, General William C. (L., 11.), 313.
Gorky (See "Bolshevism").
Government:
Administration problems for President-elect

(Ed.), 578.
Alaskan development policies (C., 11.), 385.
Census figures analyzed (Ed.), 451, 461.
Faulty system of installations (Ed.), 575.
Financial condition improved (Ed.), 247.
Interstate Commerce Commission raises rail-

road rates (Ed.), 132, 245.
Nineteenth (woman 'suffrage) Amendment is

ratified (Ed.), 227.
President, changed conception of functions

(Ed.), 237.
Sedition laws (L.), 431.
State Department's view on Russia (Ed.), 244.

Vice-President to go into Cabinet? (Ed.), 239.
Greece wars on turkey (Ed.), 134 ; (C.), 159.
Greek succession problems (C.), 599.
Guayaquil transformed (L.), 312.

HADLEY, Arthur Twining (C.), 409.
Hall, G. Stanley (C., il.), 410.
Harding, Gov. W. L. Remaking Country Schools

in Iowa (C., il.), 179.
Harper, Ida Husted. The American Woman Gets

the Vote (C), 380.
Hayler, Guy Wilfrid. Town-planning Actualities

(C. il.), 633,

Hospitals (See "Soldiers").
Housing conditions in town and country (Ed.).

462, (C., il.), 521, 633.
Hughes, Hugh J. The Outlook in Western Can-

ada (C.), 191.
Hungary signs the peace treaty (C.), 55.
Hygiene in the schools (C., il.), 416.

Leading Articles, 83, 198, 307, 421, 537, 644.
League of Nations :

Adriatic (See "Italy").
Aland Islands question up (L.), 652..
Allied domination in (Ed.), 567.
America will not hold aloof (Ed.), 234, 563.
Assembly meets at Geneva (Ed.), 581.
British take new view (L.), 199.
Candidates for membership (Ed.), 581.
Danzig question up again (Ed.), 582.
Deadlock at Washington reviewed (Ed.), 118,

233, 339.
Financial conferences (C.), 54.
French reparation claims (L.), 203.
German indemnity (L.), 319.
Monroe Doctrine to live (Ed.), 577.
Navies of Britain and America (L., il.), 210.
Near East problems (Ed.), 134, (C.), 159.
Poland renascent (C.), 491.
Political issue in presidential campaign (Ed.),

117, 232, 345, 565, (L.), 421.
Progress (L.), 422.
Riga armistice (C.), 486.
Russian policy changing (Ed.), 244.
Switzerland joins (L.), 202.
What it can do (L.), 201.

World court plans (L.), 658.
Lescarboura, A. C. Shall We Fly Tomorrow?

(C., il.), 75.
Lima and the Peruvian centennial (L., il.), 666.
Lincoln portrait discovered (L., il.), 204.
Lind, Jenny, centennial (L., il.), 556.
Lithuanian reconstruction problems (C.), 60, 371.
Louvain University now (L.), 440.
Low, A. Maurice. The Women at San Fransicco

(C.), 176.

IMMIGRATION in the present year (C., il.), 618.
Indemnity (See “Treaty," "Germany").
Industry:

Coal famine serious (Ed.), 131.
Cotton demand increasing (L., il.), 211, 665.
Effect of rail rate increases (Ed.), 247.
Electrification of Eastern States (L., il.), 555.
Flying as a future industry (C., il.), 75.
French conditions improve (Ed.), 358.
Fuel economies in Europe (L.), 320.
Gas, natural, wasted (L.), 94.
Labor solution in shop committee plan (C., il.),

412, 516.
Lumber famine (C., il.), 521.
Mills and banks of New England (C.), 528.
Oil shale a future source of fuel (C., il.), 291.
Poison gas protection in peacetime (L., 11.), 331.
Population movement to towns and cities (Ed.),

462.
Production and consumption (L.), 427.
Reabsorption of soldiers in Britain (C.), 302.
Redwood preservation (L., il.), 87.
Street railways and fares (C.), 638.
Town-planning facts (C., il.), 633.

United States resources (Ed.), 453.
Ireland :

American political issue (Ed.), 126, 353.
Black and Tans (L., 11.), 651.
British premier's policy (Ed.), 472, (C.), 515,

(Ed.), 580.
Civil war a guerilla affair (Ed.), 133.
Dominion government proposed (Ed.), 243.
English hatred causes (L.), 435.
Home Rule bill passes (Ed.), 580.
Hunger strikes ended (Ed.), 580.
Independence arguments (L., il.), 97, (Ed.),

580.
Irish Crimes bill passes Commons (Ed.), 242.
Labor takes a hand (Ed.), 134.
MacSwiney's hunger strike (Ed.), 353; death

(Ed.), 581.
Religious differences acute (Ed.), 455.
Republic predicted (L.), 434.
Sinn Fein courts in Ireland (L.), 307, (L., 11.).

542.
Sinn Fein worse under milltary rule (Ed.), 133.
Italy:

And Switzerland (L., 11.), 657.
Adriatic settlement (Ed.), (L.), 324, 472, 581.
Bolshevist menace (L.), 322.
Industrial evolution (Ed.), 356.
Industrial turmoil (Ed.), 356.
New Premier, Giovanni Giolitti (L., 11.), 323,

(Ed.), 356.
Relations with France (L.), 324.
Solves her problems (Ed.), 472, (C.), 595.

MACSWINEY (See "Ireland").
McGrath, Sir Patrick T.:

Canada and the West Indies (C.), 69.
Canada's Remade Budget (C.), 188.

Britain's Press Parliament (C., il.), 278.
McKenzie, F. A. Britain's Demobilized Soldiers

(C.), 302.
Man, oldest, sought in Asia (L., il.), 553.
Maps :

American air mail routes, October, 1920, 631.
American pioneer settlement route to Ohio, 509.
Central American Republics, 193.
Chinese scientific expedition route, 554.
Eastern States power transmission lines, 555.
Greek expansion in the last decade, 600.
Latvia, 663.
Lithuania, 491.
Nile basin, 608.
Poland's many partitionments, 490.
South America's new railroad route, 326.
Soviet Russian conquests, 268.
United States 1916 presidential vote, 573.
United States 1920 presidential vote, 573.
Walpole town-planning development, 634.

World radio communication from Bordeaux, 219.
Maine State Centennial (C., il.), 62.
Mayflower tercentenary (C., il.), 297, 301.
Merchant marine (Ed.), 22.
Mexico :

Carranza's fall (Ed.), 21.
Conditions better (Ed.), 242.
Elections quiet (Ed.), 357.
President Alvaro Obregon (Ed.), 357, (L., il.),

661.
Miller, E. E. The Cotton Country's Way Out

(C.), 642.
Mine gas protection (L., il.), 331.
Missions coöperate (L., il.), 552, 654.
Mitchell, Brigadier-General William C.:

Our Army's Air Service (C., il.), 281.
Aviation over the water (C., il.), 391.

The Air Mail Service (C., il.), 625.
Montenegro's troubles (L., il.), 98, (L.), 443.
Morris, George Perry. "Direct Action" on Con-

gress (C.), 72.
Motion pictures teach dramatic art (L.), 107.
Moving pictures in Latin America (L., il.), 105.
Near East (See "League of Nations").
Negroes in America (Ed.), 456.
Nicaragua emerges (C., il.), 197.
Nicholas, King of Montenegro, in exile (L., il.).

98.
Nile irrigation schemes (C., il.). 607.
Nitrate industry in Chile (L., 11.), 103.

JAPANESE:

Alliance with British discussed (L.), 205.
Ambassador's diary (L.), 430.
Expansion westward (Ed.), 460.
In America (Ed.), 456.
Japan and America (L.), 309.

Leadership in Far East (L.), 309.
Jews in Palestine (L.). 100.
Jugoslavs (See "Adriatic" under "Italy").

KNIGHTS of Columbus present a statue to France

(L., il.), 101.
Kolchak (See "Russla").

LABOR:

Conditions sound in France (C.), 604.
Methods and power in England (L., 11.), 429,

541.
Banks in France proposed (L.), 442.
In New York as viewed by British visitor (L.),

207.
Not a voting unit (Ed.), 572.

Policy changing (C., il.), 516.
Lafayette statue presented to France (L., il.), 101.

101,
Latvia, a new republic (C.), 60, (L., il.), 662.
Lauck, W. Jett. The New Immigration (C., il.),

OBITUARY, 28, 140, 252, 363, 478, 589.

0il problem of Argentina (L.), 321.
Oil shale and future fuel (C., 11.), 291.
PALESTINE new home of Jews (L.), 100.
Panama Canal today (L., il.), 328.
Pan-American railroad route (L., il.), 325.
Pan-American Union's new Director General

(Ed.), 357.
"Peace Tangle" a great book (Ed.), 568.
Peruvian centennial (L., il.), 666.
Pilgrim mothers (L., il.), 653.
· Pilgrim tercentenary (C., il.), 297, 301.
Pilsudski, leader of Poland (L., il.), 315.
Poland :

Invaded by Russia (C.), 259.
Polish-German relations (L.), 546.
Reconstruction problems (C.), 59.
War with Russia (Ed.), 134, 243, 339, (L.),

543.
Politics (See also "Prohibition," "Women"):

Blaine defeated by Cleveland (Ed.), 231.
Cabinet rumors (Ed.), 579.
Campaign-

Feeling not intense (Ed.), 17.
Forecasts (Ed.), 236.
Fund methods (Ed.), 346.
Kenyon Committee investigates funds (Ed.),

348.
Methods contrasted (Ed.), 346.
Progress of (Ed.). 465.
Senatorial contests (Ed.), 349.

Western campaign situation (Ed.), 352.
Candidates-
Christensen, Parley P., nominated by Farmer-

Labor party (Ed.), 130.
Coolidge, Calvin, Republican vice-presidential

candidate (Ed.), 14, (C., il.), 269, (Ed.),

240.
Cox, James M., Democratic nominee (L.), 83,

(Ed.), 121, (C., il.), 149.
Cox as a campaigner (Ed.), 346 ; fund charges

(Ed.), 348 ; Irish views (Ed.), 353.
Cox's speech of acceptance (Ed.), 238.
Harding, Warren G., Republican nominee

(Ed.), 12; (C., il.), 35.
Harding's views, on business (L.), 644 ; on

Ireland (Ed.), 353; on League (Ed.), 345, .

565.
Harding Cabinet rumors (Ed.), 579.
Harding gains in public favor (Ed.), 466.
Harding's speech of acceptance (Ed.), 238.
Roosevelt, Franklin D., Democratic vice-presi-

dential candidate (Ed.), 127, 240, (C., il.),

274.
Democratic party-

Convention forecast (Ed.), 20.
Aspirants for nomination (Ed.). 120.
Balloting at San Francisco (Ed.), 120.
Cleavage in party (Ed.). 236.
Cummings' keynote speech (Ed.), 116.
Failure (Ed.), 234.
In victory and defeat (Ed.), 571.
National convention (Ed.), 115, 119, 121.
Policies at San Francisco (C., il.), 42.
Solid South problems (L.), 325.

Two-thirds rule (Ed.), 15.
Economy practiced by Republicans (Ed.), 19.
Elections-

Flukes of former years (Ed.), 231.
Forecasts (Ed.), 351.
Presidential primaries (Ed.), 6, 9.

Returns emphatic (Ed.), 563.
Hughes' defeat in California (Ed.), 231.
Issues

Bonus for soldiers (Ed.), 127.
California issues (Ed.), 458.
Economic questions dominant (Ed.), 126.
Foreign affairs (Ed.), 234.
Irish question not at issue (Ed.), 125, 353.
Labor questions (Ed.), 125.
League of Nations, Harding and Taft (L),

421.
League question ready for settlement (Ed.),

563.
League of Nations (Ed.), 116, 466.
League prospects in hands of either candi-

date (Ed.), 232, 342.
Parties, not personages, the issue (Ed.), 126,

235.
Party Issues changing (Ed.), 570.

Tariff views entirely changed (Ed.), 570.
Minor Parties--

Committee of Forty-eight (Ed.), 129.
Farmer-Labor convention (Ed.), 129.

Politics (Continued) ; Issues-

Farmer-Labor party useless (Ed.), 578.
Parties and their part (Ed.), 242.
Radicals and their support (Ed.), 126, 129,

578.
Socialists gain and lose (Ed.), 578.
Labor's black list methods (Ed.), 470
Labor endorses Harding (Ed.), 572.
Nineteenth Amendment (Woman Suffrage)

ratified (Ed.), 227.
Party harmony on both sides (Ed.), 232.
Party spirit changed (Ed.), 230.
Platforms-

Analyzed (Ed.), 127.
Methods contrasted (Ed.), 17.
Mexican policy (Ed.), 128.

Pledges (Ed.), 16.
President-

Democrats endorse Mr. Wilson (Ed.), 119.
Functions changing in concept (Ed.), 237.
Pocket veto used on war power bills (Ed.), 18.
Wilson's failure (Ed.), 571.
Wilson's message to San Francisco (Ed.), 119.

Wilson might resign (Ed.), 575.
Progressives at Chicago (Ed.), 14; at San

Francisco (L., il.), 198; in the campaign

(Ed.), 236.
Republican party-

Candidates generally endorsed (Ed.), 572.
Leaders and membership (Ed.), 236.
National convention (Ed.), 11.
Senate Oligarchy not in control (Ed.), 15.
Senators agree on League (Ed.), 343.
Southern delegations (Ed.), 10.
State contests-

California's senatorial contest (Ed.), 470.
Clark, Champ, defeated (Ed.), 575.
Election results in Illinois (Ed.), 574.
Election results in New York (Ed.), 574.
Iowa's Senator, Mr. Cummins (Ed.), 470.
Maine election results (Ed.), 351.
Missouri senatorial candidates (Ed.), 469.
State con (Ed.), 467.
State politics and the national election (Ed.),

240.
State primary results (Ed.), 241.

Wisconsin struggle tense (Ed.), 468, 575.
Powell, Lyman P. Calvin Coolidge (C., il.), 269.
Prendergast, William A. Our Central American

Neighbors (C., il.), 193.
Progress (Ed.), 3, 115, 227, 339, 451, 563.
Prohibition :

Dodged by politicians (Ed.), 124.
Drys win at Chicago (Ed.), 124.
Grand Rapids data (L.), 649.
Political effect almost nil (Ed.), 572.
Volstead reëlected (Ed.). 575.

Wets at San Francisco (Ed.), 124.
Public utilities and rates (C.), 638.
Putnam, George Haven. Franklin Delano Roose-

velt (C., il.), 274.

Radio station at Bordeaux most powerful (L., 11),

218.
Railroads :

British near bankruptcy? (L.), 550.
Car efficiency increased (Ed.), 246, 583.
Esch-Cummins act a campaign issue (Ed.),

126.
Farmer and car shortage (L., il.), 214.
Freight congestion (Ed.), 131.
Interstate Commerce Commission and new rates

(Ed.), 132.
New Pan-American route (L., il.), 325.
Property values fixed (Ed.), 245.
Rates increased under the new law (Ed.), 132,

245.
Returns disappointing (Ed.), 582.

(
Service to be better (Ed.), 246.
Short haul problems (L.). 90.
Under the new regime (Ed.). 582.

Valuation vagaries (Ed.), 23.
Record of Current Events, 24, 135, 248, 360, 473,

585.
Referendum in Sweden (L.). 439.
Religious differences in Canada and Ireland

(Ed.), 455.
"Resolute's" skipper, Charles Francis Adams

(L., 11.), 330.
Review of Reviews function among periodicals

(Ed.), 339.
Roosevelt eulogized by Cuban (L.), 314.
Roosevelt, stories of (L., il.), 419.
Root, Elihu, analyzes the League (Ed.), 569.

United States (Continued):
Asiatics (See "Japanese").
At The Hague (Ed.), 452.
Attitude toward Mexico (Ed.), 21.
California earthquakes (L., il.), 213.
Canadian relations harmonious (Ed.), 454.
Centennial history of Maine State (C., il.), 62.
Colby's note on Russia (Ed.), 244.
Colby's South American visit (Ed.), 576.
Conservation of redwood trees (L., il.), 87.
Cotton planting (C.), 642; production (L.),

665.
Creditor, instead of debtor, nation (Ed.), 578.
Eastern electrification project (L., 11.), 555.
English the American language (Ed.), 455.
Expansion in 300 years (C., il.), 507.
Immigration problems (Ed.), 456, 465; (C., il.),

618.
In Cuba (Ed.), 452.
Industrial condition (See "Industry").
Japanese (See under).
Navy progress-British View (L., il.), 210.
Nebraska farmer coöperatives (L.), 216.
Negro problem (Ed.), 456.
Oil famine, and remedy (C., il.), 281.
Panama Canal development (L., il.), 328.
Pilgrim tercentenary (C., il.), 297, 301.
Population in Pacific States (Ed.), 456.
Presidential elections expensive (L.), 646.
Relations with Russia (L.), 86; (Ed.), 244.
Rural population decline (Ed.), 461.
Rural school improvements in States (Ed.),

131 ; (C., il.), 179, 183, 185.
Street railway problems (C.), 638.
Taxes, and their relation to freight rates (Ed.),

132.
Waste of natural gas (L.), 94.
Western development (Ed.), 452.

VENIZELO's defeat as Greek premier (C.), 599.

Rowe, Leo S., new head of Pan-American Union

(Ed.), 357.
Russia:

Anti-Bolshevik failure of Kolchak (L., 11.). 308.
Anti-Bolshevist failure of Wrangel (L., il),

433; (C.), 603.
Polish War (C.), 51, 259; (Ed.), 243, 339, (L.),

543.
Relations with America (L.), 86; (Ed.), 244.
Trade prospects with England (C.), 53; (Ed.),

134, 243.
Under the Soviet yoke (L.), 206; (Ed.), 355.
ST. LAWRENCE navigation plans (L.), 93.
Scandinavian relations (L.), 648.
Schools (See "Education").
Schurman, Jacob Gould (C., 11.), 410.
Seattle's new labor policy (C., il.), 516.
Shaw, William B. Three Centuries of American

Expansion (C., 11.), 507.
Shipping and trade (Ed.), 578; (L., il.), 663.
Shop committee plan (C., il.), 412.
Simonds, Frank H., a rare genius (Ed.), 568.
Simonds, Frank H.:

Europe's Unrest of Today (C.), 49.
Greek versus Turk (C.), 159.
Polish Disaster-The Red Triumph (C.), 259.
The Saving of Poland (C.), 371.
The Armistice of Riga (C), 486.

Italy and the Near East (C.), 595.
Smith, Edgar F. (C., il.), 410.
Smythe, William E. Alaska's Place in the Sun

(C., il), 385; The Struggle for the Nile

(C., il.), 607.
Socialist defeat in Sweden (L., il.), 647.
Soldiers :

Bonus bill fails in Congress (Ed.), 5.
Bonus measures in States (L.), 426.
Hospitals and the States (C.), 534.

Spanish army (L.), 660.
Stead, W. T., eulogized by Lord Fisher (L., 11.),

311.
Stinnes, Hugo, leader of German People's party

(L.), 84.
Sugar (See "Industry").
Swedish elections (L., il.), 647.
Swedish referendum scheme (L.). 439.
Swiss relations with Italy (L., il.), 657.
Switzerland joins the League (L.), 202.
TERCENTENARY of American settlement (C., 11.),

507.
Tercentenary of the "Mayflower" (C., il.), 297,

301.
Thomas, E. H. Christy. The “Shop Committee"

Cure for Industrial Unrest (C., il.), 412.
Seattle's New Labor Policy (C., il.), 516.
Thwing, Charles F. Some notable College Presi-

(C., 11.), 409.
Town-planning facts (Ed.), 463 ; (C., il.), 633.
Townshend, General Sir Charles, in Mesopotamia

(R., il.), 307.
Treaty:

Albanian difculties (C.), 164.
Coal problems (L.), 320.
Franco-British-American relations (C.), 494.
French reparation claims (L.), 203.
German indemnity payment policy (C.), 166 ;

(L.), 424.
Greek Problems (C.), 601.
Imperialistic profits (Ed.), 577.
Indemnity claims increasing (C.), 54; (C.),

166.
Little Entente (C.), 598.
Reservation deadlock reviewed (Ed.), 341.
Russo-Polish Armistice and peace terms (C.).

375, 486.
Spa conference (C.), 166.

Turkish complications (Ed.), 134; (C.), 159.
UNITED STATES :

Air Service (See “Aviation").
Alien and sedition laws (L.). 431.
Americanization movements (Ed.), 455.

WADSWORTH, Eliot. Some of Europe's Recon-

struction Problems (C.), 57.
War:

Greece wars on Turkey (Ed.), 134; (C.), 159.
Russo-Polish war (C.), 259, 371.
Unpreparedness costly (Ed.), 453.

War waste (Ed.), 453.
West Africa (See "Commerce").
West Indies (See "Canada").
Weygand, French General, saves Poland (Ed.),

339.
Wheat (See "Agriculture").
White. William Allen, at San Francisco (L., il.),

198.
Williams, Talcott. Banks and Mills of New Eng-

land (C.), 528.
Wilson, P. W. Lloyd George and his Problems

(C.), 511; The Tercentenary of the "May-

flower" (C., il.), 297.
Women:

Entry as voters (Ed.), 229.
Forecast of political action (Ed.), 229.
Immigrants (C., il.), 619.
In New York (Ed.), 469.
In politics at San Francisco (C., il.), 176.
New Yorkers opposing Senator Wadsworth

(Ed.), 469.
Pilgrim mothers (L., il.), 653.
Political efforts (Ed.), 572.
Register as voters (Ed.), 470.
Suffrage accomplished fact (Ed.), 227;

(C.), 380.
Suffrage leaders victorious (C.), 380.
Suffrage welcomed (Ed.), 125.
Tennessee ratifies suffrage as thirty-sixth State

(Ed.), 227.
Wood, General Leonard, and Cuban education

(L.), 438.
World court movement (L.), 658.
Wrangel (See "Russia").

an

YELLOW FEVER stopped at Guayquil (L.), 312.

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