Jean Jaurès, socialist and humanitarian/Index

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INDEX

Subjects not otherwise entered may be found, classified, under Jaurès, Jean.

 

  • Albi, 30.
  • Algeciras Treaty, 134, 135, 138.
  • Amsterdam Congress, 32.
  • Anglo-German relations, 132, 136.
  • Anti-Semitism, 57.
  • L'Armée Nouvelle, L', iii; quoted, 112, 123, 127, 128, 129, 130, 143, 144.
  • Army, aristocratic and clerical influence in, 58, 95; Three Years' Law, 115; Jaurès' New Army, 114-118. See also Dreyfus Affair.
  • Assumptionists, 95.
  • Austria-Hungary, 135, 139.

  • Bergson, 27.
  • Bertillon, 71.
  • "Bloc," the, 32, 54, 93; Jaurès leaves, 102.
  • Bordereau, the, 62, 63, 70, 71, 72.
  • Bosnia-Herzegovina, 135, 139.
  • Briand, 94, 97, 98.
  • Brisson, 74.
  • Brussels, Jaurès' last speech at, 150.

  • Capitalism described by Jaurès, 124.
  • Carmaux, 30.
  • Castrès, 22.
  • Cavaignac, M., 63, 72, 73.
  • Christianity, 51; see also Church.
  • Church, Jaurès' attitude to, 96, 104; legislation, 32, 95-98.
  • Clémenceau, 74.
  • Clericalism the enemy, 90; see also Army, and Dreyfus Affair.
  • Combes, M., 32, 97, 98, 102.
  • Concordat, 98.
  • Confédération Générale du Travail, 106.
  • Congo, 134.
  • Co-operative movement, 110.
  • Deltour, Felix, 24.
  • Dresden Congress, Jaurès' speech at, 99.
  • Dreyfus Affair, 30, 57; first condemnation, 60; revision ordered, 74; pardon, 75; Legion of Honour, 76; Socialist attitude, 58, 60, 76-79.
  • Drumont, 59.
  • Eclair, L', 62.
  • Engels, 85.
  • Entente, the Anglo-French, 132.
  • Esterhazy, 61, 71, 72.
  • Etudes Socialistes, 44; quoted, 46, 47, 85, 86, 87.
  • Factory legislation, 88, 90.
  • Figaro, Le, 62.
  • France, Anatole, 74.
  • Frank, 11.
  • Freedom, see Liberty.
  • German Socialists, 28, 81, 99, 101, 126, 147.
  • Germany, rise of, 136; rivalry with Britain, 132; "pro-German" taunt, 149.
  • Guesde, Jules, 32, 87-92, 101, 150; tribute to Jaurès, 30.
  • Hague Conferences, 142.
  • Henry, Colonel, 73, 91.
  • Hervé, Gustave, 96, 141, 149.
  • Humanité, L', 31, 97.
  • Huysmans, Camille, 35,
  • "Interpenetrability," 37.
  • Internationalism, 33, 128; the International, 98.
  • Italy, 135, 136, 139.
  • J'Accuse, 64.
  • JAURÈS, JEAN
    • Biographical.—Birth, 21; schooldays, 22; parentage, 23; student days, 24, 81; lectureship, 28; thesis, 28; Chamber of Deputies, 13,30,82; marriage, 30; joins Socialists, 31; Etudes Socialistes, 44; daughter's first communion, 50; intervenes in Dreyfus Affair, 64; attacks the Church, 96; founds L'Humanité, 97; leaves the "Bloc," 102; efforts to avert war, 150; assassination, 11, 13, 19. 39. 151.
    • Characteristics.—Linguistic gifts, 23; love of nature, 23, 25, 36; a Southerner, 25; memory, 25; politics, 12, 23; journalistic methods, 30; oratorical power, 26, 33, 66, 99; religious sentiment, 36; love of justice, 37; unconventionality, 42; not opportunist, 43; co-operation with other parties, 54, 83; development of his ideas, 81; passion for work, 84; love of unity, 103; hatred of formulæ, 107; optimism, 109; love of France, 126; servant of the people, 14.
    • Leading Ideas.—Force v. Freedom, 20, 52; Socialism, 29, 41, 44; unity of things, 29; "interpenetrability," 37; property, 47, 49; Radicals, 47-48; liberty, 49; continuity of history, 52, 83; the Revolution, 53, 87; "legality," 77; State and individual, 111-112; nationality, 112, 127; national defence, 111, 114; war and peace, 124; European politics, 131 et seq.; secret diplomacy, 137; his Socialist method, 16.
    • J. R. Macdonald's Appreciation, 16.
    • Writings.—Etudes Socialistes, 44; Les Preuves, 58, 67; L'Humanité, 97; "Socialist Organization of France" (projected work), 109; L'Armée Nouvelle, 111.
  • Jesuits, 94, 97.
  • Jews in the Army, 58.
  • Jouhaux, Léon, 107.

  • Labori, attempted assassination of, 75.
  • Lebrun-Renaud, 69.
  • Les bazeilles, 26.
  • Levy-Bruhl, L., quoted, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 36, 43.
  • Liberty, Jaurès' love of, 49.
  • Libre Parole, 58, 59, 77.
  • Loubet, M., 75, 97.
  • Lyons Conference, 94; Jaurès' speech at, 106.

  • Macdonald, J. Ramsay, quoted, 33, 42, 99.
  • Marx, Carl, 41, 85-86.
  • Matin, Le, 62.
  • Millerand, 90.
  • Méline, M., 65.
  • Minturn, M. see Etudes Socialistes.
  • Morocco, 133, 135, 137, 138.

  • Nature, Jaurès' love of, 36.
  • Nationality, sentiment of, 112, 127; basis of internationalism, 143.

  • Patriotism, 112, 127, 129; Hervé's view of, 141.
  • Paty du Clam, 64, 68, 72.
  • Peace, 33, 123 et seq.; armed peace, 125. See also War.
  • Petit bleu, 61,
  • Persia, 135.
  • Petite République, 31, 50, 67, 76.
  • Picquart, Colonel, 61, 71, 72.
  • Pius X., 97.
  • Pope, the, 94.
  • Proletarian rights, 48; growth of proletariat, 86.
  • Property, private, 47; social or common, 49.

  • Radicals, Jaurès' attitude towards, 47.
  • Rappoport, Charles, quoted, 33, 38, 54, 57, 60, 81, 82, 88, 123, 125, 150.
  • Rennes, Dreyfus trials at, 75.
  • Republic, meaning of the, 83; Republicans, 54.
  • Revolution, 53-55, 77, 86-87.
  • Rheims Congress, 32, 98.
  • Rochefort, M., 68.
  • Rolland, Romain, quoted, 21, 35.
  • Russian alliance, 131, 150.

  • Schwerer-Kestner, 63, 74.
  • Secret treaties, 137, 139, 144, 150.
  • Sembat, Marcel, 120, 150.
  • Social Democratic Federation, 41.
  • Socialism, 41; main ideas of, 44.
  • Socialist Party, and Dreyfus Affair, 58, 60, 76-79; participation in government, 90; the split, 94. See also German Socialists.
  • Strike, general, 141, 144, 145.
  • Studies in Socialism, see Etudes Socialistes.
  • Stuttgart resolution, 145; Jaurès' report, 109, 147.
  • Syndicalists, 106.

  • Three Years' Law, 115.
  • Tolstoy compared with Jaurès, 56, 123.
  • Trades unions, 106, 107.
  • Tripoli, 135, 139.
  • Tzar's visit, 90, 96.

  • Viviani, M., 94.
  • Vorwärts, 126, 130, 1 32.

  • Waldeck-Rousseau, 32, 90, 92, 95; resigns, 97.
  • War, characterised, 124; when necessary, 114; Anglo-German, 132; not inevitable, 140; offensive or defensive? 143; efforts to avert, 150. See also Peace.

  • Zola, Emile, 32, 63, 71, 74, 91.

Subjects not otherwise entered may be found, classified, under Jaurès, Jean.