The Tyranny of Shams/Index

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INDEX

Angell, Mr. N., 36.

Arbitration, 38-45.

Art and war, 29, 33.

Asceticism, 160-2, 169, 173.

Athletics, 28, 237.

Australasia, races of, 69, 70.

Australia, 74, 107, 127, 132.

Babylon, morality of, 272.

Balfour, Mr., 93, 110.

Belloc, Mr., 90.

Bible, criticism of the, 260-3.

Bible lessons, 224-8.

Bioscope, the, 239.

Birth-rate, the, 119, 120, 170-5, 191.

Bishops, the, 99, 103.

Blake, 167.

Booth, Mr., on poverty, 116.

Brotherhood of men, 50.

Canada, 74, 107.

Carlyle, 59, 68, 211.

Catholic Truth Society, 274.

Censorship, 240.

Chamberlain, Mr. A., 78.

Chastity, 160-4.

Chesterton, Mr. C., 90.

"   Mr. G. K, 271.

Chicago, schools of, 215, 216.

China, the future of, 47.

Christian doctrines, 263-7.

"   ethic, the, 160, 284, 285.
"   ideal of marriage, 153.

Civil List, the, 93.

Civilisation and the clergy, 279-284.

Clergy, the, 259-88.

Clerical teachers, 231-2.

Clifford, Dr., 226.

Coinage, plurality of, 60-3.

Collectivism, 140-7.

Colonies, the, 107.

Commons, House of, 94-8.

Confucianism, 289.

Conservatism, 4-8, 100.

Constituencies, division of, 96, 101

Constitution, the, 105, 106.

Conventional slavery, 252-6.

Conversion of Europe, the, 279.

Co-operative Movement, the, 145, 247

Corruption, parliamentary, 92-100.

Democracy, 127-8, 236, 251.

Dickens, C., 211.

Divorce, 152, 154-8.

"   in English law, 154-5.

Domestic pets, 255.

"   reform, 199, 200, 211.

Duel, the, 40.

Education and the Churches, 207, 208.

"   modern, 207, 209.
"   of character, 223-9.
"   of the adult, 233-57.
"   problems of, 209-14.
"   Roman, 207.
"   the reform of, 214-32 .

Egypt, 73, 107.

Elections, 85, 91, 95.

Emigration, 126.

Empire, the, 106-8.

Endowment of married women, 194, 200.

Entertainment, 237.

Epicurus, 16.

Esperanto, 56, 57.

Etiquette, 256.

Eugenics, 174-8.

Evolution and progress, 7, 8.

Family, the, 148-78.

Fashion, slavery to, 253-6.

Feeding of children, 214, 216.

Franchise, the, 88, 102, 186.

Free libraries, 248.

Free love, 168.

Gasquet, Cardinal, 274.

Geography, teaching of, 220.

George, Mr. Lloyd 80, 94,

Germany and war, 26, 27, 29, 35, 42.

Goethe, 159.

Greatest good, the, 15.

Greece ruined by war, 31.

Gregory VII., 169.

Haeckel, Professor, 277.

Hague Tribunal, the, 38, 42-4.

Happiness, the philosophy of, 16, 17.

Hereditary wealth, 134.

Heredity, theories of, 175.

Heretics, burning of, 268, 269.

Higher Critics, the, 262.

Hindus, the, 73, 107.

History, teaching of, 219, 220.

Hobhouse, Mr. L., 150.

Holyoake, G. J., 89.

Home, reform of the, 172, 195, 199, 210-5.

Honours, sale of, 93, 108.

Horton. Dr. R., 270.

Humility, 160.

Hypatia, 242.

Immoral acts, 164.

Imperialism, 106, 108.

Income, equality of, 133.

Indissoluble marriage, 150-4.

Instinct, 210.

Insurance, 125.

Jerome, St., 152, 153.

Jews, the, and marriage, 153.

Kings, origin of, 81, 82.

Labour bureaux, 124.

"   future of, 100, 127.

Ladder of education, 230.

Laissez-faire attitude, the, 6, 112, 113, 206.

Languages in the school, 53, 222.

"   plurality of, 52-9.

Laws of history, 5.

Lecture-societies, 248, 250.

Lesson of history, the, 5.

Liberalism, future of, 100, 127.

London County Council, 216, 223.

Lords, House of, 83, 102-5.

Lower races, 67.

Luca, Father de, 269.

Lust, 162.

Maeterlinck, M., 146.

Malthusianism, 119, 120, 170-5, 191.

Manners, 256.

Maori, the, 69.

Marconi scandal, the, 90.

Marriage, 150-68, 178, 194-200.

Materialism, 18, 290.

Mathematics, 221.

Mechanics’ Institutes, 247.

Middle Ages, the, 279, 280.

Militarism, 22-49.

Mill, J. S., on sex-ethics, 163.

Missionaries, 72.

Monogamy, 151.

Moral lessons, 228-9.

Morley, Lord, 104, 107.

Morris, W., 141.

Motherhood, endowment of, 194-200.

Municipal government, 85.

Museums, 249.

Music hall, the, 238, 239, 240.

Novel, the, 241-2.

Old Testament, the, 260, 261.

Old-age pensions, 125.

Optimism, grounds of, 5, 6.

Over-population, fear of, 192.

Owen, Robert, 207.

Parental responsibility, 210.

Parliament, 83.

Party-system, the, 87, 92-9.

Pastor, Dr. L., 274.

Patriotism, 64-5.

Peace Societies, the, 44.

Persecution, religious, 280.

Plato, 8.

Politics, 87-102.

Polynesians, the, 69, 72.

Poor-law system, the, 125.

Poverty, problem of, 110-45.

"   proportions of, in London, 114-21.
"   remedies of, 124-42.
"   roots of, 132, 133, 139.

Press, the, 243-6.

Progress in modern times, 5, 111.

Proportional representation, 100, 101.

Purification-ceremony, 161.

Puritanism, 238.

Purpose of life, 14, 15-17.

Read, Professor C., 145.

Reformation, the, 282.

Reich, Dr. Emil, 179, 273.

Renaissance, the, 280-2.

Restlessness of the age, 1, 2.

Reviewers, 243.

Roman Catholics, 150-4, 274.

Rome, morality in ancient, 272-273

" ruined by war, 30, 31.

Rowntree, Mr., 116, 122.

Royalty, 82, 84, 105.

Ruskin, 29, 257.

Salvation Army, the, 126.

Schools, secondary, 230-2.

Science and Socialism, 146.

"   in the school, 221.

Second Chambers, 102, 104.

Secular education, 227-8.

Sentiment, value of, 10.

Sex-ethic, reform of, 163-9.

Shelley on woman, 202.

Socialism, 140-7.

Sparta, 32.

Specialism, 3.

Spiritualism, 288-90.

Sport, 237.

Stephen, Sir Leslie, 108.

Submerged tenth, the, 121.

Suffrage, woman and the, 185-8.

Surplus labour, 132.

Swinburne, 159.

Syndicalists, 127.

Tabrum, Mr., 265.

Tariff question, the, 63.

Tasmanian, the, 69.

Teacher, ideals of the, 214.

Tolstoi, 14.

Trade Unions, 112, 127.

Tramp, the, 125.

Truth and untruth, 20.

Trusts, 128.

Virginity, cult of, 161.

Wages and prices, 129-31.

War, cost of, 35-6.

" in history, 29-34.
" in primitive peoples, 24-5.
" justifications of, 26-9.
" our conduct of the, 77-81.

War Office, the, 45, 46.

Ward, Dr. J., 268.

Watson, Mr., 11.

Wealth, inequality of, 123, 133-136

"   meaning of, 134, 135, 136.

Webb, Mr. S., 141, 224.

Weights and measures, 60-3.

Wells, Mr. H. G., 140, 198, 242.

Woman and early Christianity, 181-3.

"   economic independence of, 188-200.
"   enfranchisement of, 185-188.
"   nature of, 183-5, 201.