America and the World War

Theodore Roosevelt

Series: American Political, Economic, and Security Issues
BISAC: HIS027090

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This book which was originally published in 1915 is a window into the world of a century ago, when Woodrow Wilson was wondering whether or not America should enter WWI. Former president Theodore Roosevelt lays out the moral and political case for coming to the aid of our European allies. This book demonstrates that America’s issues are relatively unchanged even after one the most changing centuries in the history of mankind.
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Preface

Chapter I. The Duty of Self-Defense and of Good Conduct toward Others

Chapter II. The Belgian Tragedy

Chapter III. Unwise Peace Treaties a Menace to Righteousness

Chapter IV. The Causes of the War

Chapter V. How to Strive for World Peace

Chapter VI. The Peace of Righteousness

Chapter VII. An International Posse Comitatus

Chapter VIII. Self-Defense without Militarism

Chapter IX. Our Peacemaker, the Navy

Chapter X. Preparedness against War

Chapter XI. Utopia or Hell?

Chapter XII. Summing Up

Index

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