War and Other Essays
by yale university press
FIRST PRINTED, OCTOBER, 1911
SECOND PRINTING, FEBRUARY, 1913
THIRD PRINTING, DECEMBER, 1914
FOURTH PRINTING, APRIL, 1919.
Copyright, 1885, by Henry Holt & Company.
Copyright 1883, 1887, by Harper & Brothers.
Copyright, 1883, 1894, 1896, 1898, by The Forum.
Copyright, 1898, by D. Appleton & Company.
Copyright, 1883, by The Yale Law Journal.
Copyright, 1901, by The International Monthly.
Copyright, 1883, by The Yale Review.
All rights on the essays in this work are reserved by the holders of the copyright. The publishers named in the subjoined list are the proprietors, either in their own right, or as agents for the author of the Essays of which the titles are given below, and of which the ownership is thus specifically noted. The Yale University Press makes grateful acknowledgment to the Publishers whose names appear below for their courteous permission to include in the present work the Essays of which they were the original publishers.
Yale University Press
Messrs. Henry Holt & Company. "Sociology" and "Our Colleges before the Country." (From the Collected Essays in Political and Social Science.) Messrs. Harper & Brothers. "State Interference," "On the Case of a Certain Man Who is Never Thought of," "The Case of the Forgotten Man Further Considered" (From "What the Social Classes Owe to Each Other"). The Forum. "Do We Want Industrial Peace?" "The Absurb Effort to Make the World Over," "The Fallacy of Territorial Extension," "The Status of Women in Chaldes, Egypt, India, etc." "Witchcraft." D. Appleton & Company. "The Proposed Dual Organization of Mankind," Yale Law Journal. "The Conquest of the Unites States by Spain." The International Monthly. "The Predominant Issue," The Yale Review. "mores of the Present and Future." The American Journal of Sociology. "The Family and Social change," "Religion and the Mores."
|II.||The Family and Social Change||43|
|III.||The Status of Woman in Chaldea, Egypt, Judea, and Greece to the Time of Christ||65|
|V.||Religion and the Mores||129|
|VI.||The Mores of the Present and Future||149|
|VIII.||The Absurd Effort to Make the World Over||195|
|X.||Do We Want Industrial Peace?||229|
|XI.||On the Case of a Certain Man Who Is Never Thought of||247|
|XII.||The Case of the Forgotten Man Further Considered||257|
|XIII.||The Proposed Dual Organization of Mankind||271|
|XIV.||The Fallacy of Territorial Extension||285|
|XV.||The Conquest of the United States by Spain||297|
|XVI.||The Predominant Issue||337|
|XVII.||Our Colleges before the Country||355|