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Harper's Weekly Editorials by Carl Schurz

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Harper's Weekly Editorials by Carl Schurz


The Pension Scandal May 5, 1894
Woman Suffrage June 16, 1894
The Arbitration Treaty in Danger January 30, 1897
The Campaign Against Civil Service Reform February 6, 1897
Qualifications for High Office February 13, 1897
Delusions of Bimetallism February 20, 1897
Governor Black's Balance-Sheet February 27, 1897
The Quadrennial Disgrace March 6, 1897
The Citizens' Union March 13, 1897
The President on Economy March 20, 1897
Republicanism and the Civil Service March 27, 1897
A Grave Responsibility April 3, 1897
Wanted — A Republican Form of Government April 10, 1897
The Forestry Problem April 17, 1897
An Urgent Need April 24, 1897
A Burning Shame May 1, 1897
Labor and Prosperity May 8, 1897
Inviting a Deluge May 15, 1897
A Dismal Page in Our History May 22, 1897
Our New Civil Service Law May 29, 1897
The Municipal Situation June 5, 1897
Food for Reflection June 12, 1897
Armed or Unarmed Peace June 19, 1897
A Civil Service Lesson June 26, 1897
The Right to Nominate July 3, 1897
The “Senatorial Prerogative” July 24, 1897
Partisan Municipal Government July 31, 1897
Obstacles to Currency Reform August 7, 1897
Murder as a Political Agency August 28, 1897
The European Outlook September 11, 1897
True Non-Partisanship October 2, 1897
Mr. Henry George in the Municipal Campaign October 23, 1897
The Blindness of Party Spirit October 30, 1897
Bossism in New York November 13, 1897
Hawaii and Sea-Power November 27, 1897
More About the Municipal Problem December 4, 1897
Civil Service Reform and the People January 1, 1898
Restricting Immigration January 8, 1898
Hawaii and the Partition of China January 22, 1898
“Cold Facts” and Hawaii February 12, 1898
Annexing Hawaii by Joint Resolution February 26, 1898
About War March 5, 1898
France After the Zola Trial March 12, 1898
National Honor March 19, 1898
About Patriotism April 16, 1898
A Case of Self-Sacrifice April 23, 1898


This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.