Prize Orations of the Intercollegiate Peace Association –by: Intercollegiate Peace Association
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PRIZE ORATIONS OF THE INTERCOLLEGIATE PEACE ASSOCIATION
EDITED WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY STEPHEN F. WESTON, PH.D. EXECUTIVE SECRETARY OF THE ASSOCIATION PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY, ANTIOCH COLLEGE YELLOW SPRINGS, OHIO
FOREWORD BY CHARLES F. THWING
BOSTON THE WORLD PEACE FOUNDATION 1914
THIS VOLUME IS DEDICATED TO THE MISSES MARY AND HELEN SEABURY WHOSE INTEREST AND ASSISTANCE HAVE MADE POSSIBLE THE ORATIONS OF THE INTERCOLLEGIATE PEACE ASSOCIATION
PAGE FOREWORD vii By CHARLES F. THWING, President of the Association
THE INTERCOLLEGIATE PEACE ASSOCIATION 1 By STEPHEN F. WESTON, Executive Secretary of the Association
THE CONFLICT OF WAR AND PEACE 25 By PAUL SMITH, DePauw University, Indiana
THE UNITED STATES AND UNIVERSAL PEACE 35 By GLENN PORTER WISHARD, Northwestern University, Illinois
THE EVOLUTION OF WORLD PEACE 45 By LEVI T. PENNINGTON, Earlham College, Indiana
THE WASTE OF WAR THE WEALTH OF PEACE 55 By ARTHUR FORAKER YOUNG, Western Reserve University, Ohio
THE HOPE OF PEACE 65 By STANLEY H. HOWE, Albion College, Michigan
THE ROOSEVELT THEORY OF WAR 73 By PERCIVAL V. BLANSHARD, University of Michigan
NATIONAL HONOR AND VITAL INTERESTS 81 By RUSSELL WEISMAN, Western Reserve University, Ohio
THE EVOLUTION OF PATRIOTISM 91 By PAUL B. BLANSHARD, University of Michigan
CERTAIN PHASES OF THE PEACE MOVEMENT 101 By CALVERT MAGRUDER, St. John's College, Maryland
THE ASSURANCE OF PEACE 111 By VERNON M. WELSH, Knox College, Illinois
EDUCATION FOR PEACE 121 By FRANCIS J. LYONS, University of Texas
NATIONAL HONOR AND PEACE 129 By LOUIS BROIDO, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
THE NEW NATIONALISM AND THE PEACE MOVEMENT 137 By RALPH D. LUCAS, Knox College, Illinois
MAN'S MORAL NATURE THE HOPE OF UNIVERSAL PEACE 147 By VICTOR MORRIS, University of Oregon
THE TASK OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 157 By HAROLD HUSTED, Ottawa University, Kansas
THE PRESENT STATUS OF INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION 167 By BRYANT SMITH, Guilford College, North Carolina
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