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Bremer, Daniel Chauncey. Rights and Duties of Neutrals. (N. Y., Put

nam, 1917.) Hale, William Bayard. American Rights and British Pretensions on the

Seas. The facts and the documents, official and other, bearing upon the present attitude of Great Britain toward the commerce of the

United States. (N. Y., McBride, 1915.) Nicholson, J. Shield. The Neutrality of the United States in Relation to

the British and German Empires. (London, Macmillan, 1915.) Revere, C. T. “Neutral Rights and Duties,” in No. Am. Review, Vol.

201, pp. 241-248. (Feb., 1915.) Smith, Munroe. "American Diplomacy in the European War,” in Pol.

Sci. Quart., XXXI, 481-518. (Dec., 1915.)

3. [$124] Legal Limitations on Neutral Trade.

(a) Contraband. “Britain's Blockade,” in New York Times Current History, II. 275-278,

1059-1063. (May, Sept., 1915.) Correspondence with the U. S. on

Blockade. Garner, J. W. "Contraband, Right of Search and Continuous Voyages," in Am. Jour. Intern. Law, IX, 372. (April, 1915.)

(b) Blockade. Haltzoff, Alexander. “Some Phases of the Law of Blockade," in Am.

Jour. Intern. Law, X, 53. (Jan., 1916.) Anglo-American authority

over blockade. Low, A. Maurice. The Law of Blockade. (20 pp.; Washington, Columbian print, 1916.)

(c) Continuous Voyages. Arias, Harmodio. “The Doctrine of Continuous Voyages in the Eighteenth

Century,” in Am. Jour. Intern. Law, IX, 583. (July, 1915.) Baldwin, Simeon E. “The Continuous Voyage Doctrine During the Civil War and Now,” in Am. Jour. Intern. Law, IX, 793. (Oct., 1915.)

(d) Mails. American Year Book, 1916, pp. 71-76. The Mails as a German War Weapon. Memorandum on the censorship of mails carried by neutral ships. (London, Cyre & Spottiswoode, 1916.)

(e) Prize. American Year Book, 1916, pp. 76-77. 4. [$125] German Complaints of British Practices. Gätcke, Max. Der grosse raubkrieg und die interessender neutralen möchte.

(Karlsruhe, Braunsche Hofbuchder, 1916.) Pollen, Arthur. “Freedom and the Seas,” in Land and Water, LXVIII.

(March 22, 1917.) Steinuth, Hans. England und der U-boat krieg. (Stuttgart, Deutsche

Verlags-Anstalt, 1915.) See $8206-216 below.

5. [8126] Submarine Controversy and Lusitania.

See $8208-216 telow; Handbook, $827-31. American Year Book, 1915, pp. 33-58; 1916, pp. 55-64. Beck, James M. The Case of the Lusitania. (27 pp., Boston, Citizens

League for American, etc., 1916.) Hill, David J. “Protection of American Citizens,” in North American Re

view, vol. 103, pp. 381-387. (Mar., 1916.) Lauriat, Charles E. The Lusitania's Last Voyage. By one of the pas.

sengers. (Boston, Houghton, Mifflin, 1915.) "Der Lusitania Fall,” in Zeitschrift für Völkerrecht, IX, 135-237. (1915.) Steinuth, Hans. Lusitania. (Stuttgart, Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, 1915.)

6. [$127] Question of Armed Merchant Ships. American Year Book, 1916, pp. 11 and 13. Hart, Albert Bushnell. “Unarmed Neutrality,” in Am. Academy of Pol.

Sci., Annals, LX, 213-221. (July, 1916.) Higgins, A. Pearce. Defensively Armed Merchant Ships and Submarine

Warfare. (56 pp.; London, Stevens, 1917.) 7. [$128] Breaches of Neutrality by Belligerents in

the United States.

See $227 below. Jones, John Price. America Entangled. The secret plotting of German

spies in the United States and the inside story of the sinking of the

Lusitania, with introduction by Roger B. Wood. (N. Y., Laut, 1917.) Oncken, Hermann. Deutschlands weltkrieg und die Deutschamerikaner.

(Stuttgart, Deut. Verlag-Anstalt, 1914.) Wile, Frederic William. The German-American Plot. The record of a

great failure, the campaign to capture the sympathy and support of the United States. (London, Pearson, 1915.)

P. PREPAREDNESS. 1. [$129] State of Unpreparedness. See $237 below. Greene, Francis Vinton. The Present Military Situation in the United

States. (N. Y., Scribner, 1915.) Huidekoper, Frederic L. The Military Unpreparedness of the United

States. (N. Y., Macmillan, 1915.) A well known writer on military

topics who declares we are in a lamentable state to oppose an invasion. Shaeffer, Lieutenant Robert G. Red, White and Blue. (N. Y., Rankin,

1917.) Presents the facts of the military condition of the United

States. Upton, Bt. Major General Emory. The Military Policy of the United

States. (Wash., Govt. Print. Office, 1912.) Wood, General Leonard. Efficiency and National Defense. (N. Y., Nat'l Insti. of Efficiency in Preparation, 1917.)

2. [$130] Efficient Patriotism. • Dewey, S. “Organizing Sentiment,” in Nation, Vol. 103, pp. 103-104.

(August 3, 1916.) Liebermann, E. “Why I Am a Patriot,” in Outlook, Vol. 113, pp. 909-11.

(August 16, 1916.) Kellor, Frances A. Straight America: a Call to National Service. (N. Y., · Macmillan, 1917.)

3. [$131] The National Guard. “National Guard—Its Status and Its Defects,” in Am. Rev. of Rev., LIV,

163-167. (August, 1916.) New York (City)-Mayor's Committee on National Defence. The Mobili

zation of the National Guard, 1916, Its Economic and Military Aspects. Reports of the executive committee of the Mayor's committee on na.

tional defence. 35 pp. (N. Y., 1917.) Washburn, H. C. The American Blind Spot. The failure of the volunteer

system as shown in our military history. 42 pp. (N. Y., Doubleday,

Page, 1917.) 4. [$132] Universal Military Training and Service.

See $8243, 278 below. Army War College. "On Training of Forces of Belligerent Nations of

Europe,” in War Department Doc. No. 534. (Wash., Govt. Print. Office, 1916.)

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Giddings, Franklin H. “The Democracy of Universal Military Service,” in

Annals of the Am. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci., LXVI, 173-180. (July,

1916.) Johnston, R. M. Arms and the Race, the Foundations of Army Reform.

(N. Y., Century, 1915.) Kuenzli, Fred A. Right and Duty, or, Citizen and Soldier. (N. Y., Na.

tional Defense Institute, 1916.) This book covers the Swiss system

thoroughly. McCoy, Major Frank R. Principles of Military Training. (National Ser.

vice Library, III.) (N. Y., Collier, 1917.) Perry, Ralph Barton. The Free Man and the Soldier. (N. Y., Scribner,

1916.) Smith, Munroe, and Others. “Why Should We Have Universal Military

Service?” Columbia War Papers, No. 13. Upton, Bt. Major General Emory. The Military Policy of the United

States. (Wash., Govt. Print. Office, 1912.) Wood, Gen. Leonard. Universal Military Training. (National Service

Library, I.) (N. Y., Collier, 1917.) 5. [8133] Efficient Military and Naval Organization.

See $8272-282 below. Ashburn, P. M. The Elements of Military Hygiene. (Boston, Houghton,

Mifflin, 1909.) Carpenter, Captain William T. Rudiments of Drill, Mobile Army Troops.

(National Service Library, IV.) (N. Y., Collier, 1917.) Fiske, Admiral Bradley A. Efficiency and Naval Defense. (N. Y., Nat'l

Institute of Efficiency in Prep., 1917.) Hurd, Archibald S. Our Navy. (London, Warne, 1914.) Jervey, Lieut.-Col. Henry. Warfare of the Future. (National Service

Library, V.) (N. Y., Collier, 1917.) Stirling, Commander Yates. Fundamentals of Naval Service. (N. Y.,

Scribner, 1917.) Moss, Capt. James A., and Stewart, Capt. M. B. Self-Helps for the

Citizen Soldier. (Washington, U. S. Infantry Assoc., 1916.) A guide by which the civilian may inform himself concerning military matters,

by two officers of the General Staff. Wood, Gen. Leonard. The Military Obligations of Citizenship. (Princeton, University Press, 1915.)

6. [3134] Civilian Preparedness.

See $270 below. Boston Public Library. A Selected List of Books on Domestic Production

and Preservation of Food. (Boston, The Library, 1917.) Bullard, Arthur. Mobilizing America. (N. Y., Macmillan, 1917.) Handy, Amy L. Warned. (Boston, etc., Houghton, Mifflin, 1917.) Kellor, Francis A. Straight America: A Call to National Service. (N. Y.,

Macmillan, 1917.) Library of Congress, U. S. Select List of References on Cost of Living

and Prices. Washington, Govt. Print. Office, 1910.); Supplementary

List. (Wash., Govt. Print. Office, 1912.) O'Brien, Charles. Food Preparedness for the United States. (Boston,

Little, Brown, 1917.) Seager, H. R., and Chaddock, R. E. Food Preparedness. A survey of

the basic facts in the food situation. (Columbia War Papers, No. 6. N. Y., 1917.)

7. [$135] Farm Preparedness.

See $257 below. Agriculture, Department of. Drying Fruits and Vegetables in the Home.

(Farmers' Bulletin, No. 841, June, 1917.) (Wash., Govt. Print. Office,

1917.) Agriculture, Department of. Weekly News Letter to Crop Correspondents.

Weekly information on food supply by conservation, etc. (Washington, Govt. Print. Office, 1913.)

Anderson, B. M., Jr. Farmers and Speculators. A discussion of prices

as a stimulant to production and of the uses of speculation in war

finance. (Columbia War Papers, No. 8. N. Y., 1917.) Dewey, John. Enlistment for the Farm. A message to school boards,

principals, and teachers on how school children can aid the nation.

(Columbia War Papers, N. Y., 1917.) Pamphlet, 10 pp. French, Allen. The Home Vegetable Garden. (Boston, Mass., State

Board of Agriculture, 1917.) Myrick, Herbert. The Federal Farm Loan System, New Method of Farm

Mortgage, under National Supervision. A practical manual upon or. ganizing and conducting national farm loan associations, also joint

stock land banks. (N. Y., Orange Judd Co., 1916.) Wilson, Warren H. Rural Education in War. (Columbia War Papers,

· N. Y., 1917.)

8. [$136] Preparedness for Women and Children Franks, Thetta D. Household Organization for War Service. (N. Y.,

Putnam, 1917.) Motto of the book: "America expects every woman

to do her duty." Hagedorn, Hermann. You Are the Hope of the World. (N. Y., Mac

millan, 1917.) To the children of America. Rinehart, Mary Roberts. The Altar of Freedom. (Boston, Houghton,

Miffin, 1917.) An appeal to American mothers, by one of them.

9. [$137] Economic Preparedness. See $8249, 261 below. Bullock, C. J. "Financing the War,” in Quart. Jour. Econ., XXXI, 357. *

379. (May, 1917.) Jones, Grosvenor. Government Aid to Merchant Shipping. Study of sub

sidies sub-ventions, and other forms of state aid in principal countries

of world. (Wash., Govt. Print. Office, 1916.) Memorial of American Economists to Congress Regarding Our Finances.

(Congressional Record, May 10, 1911; pp. 2136.) Seligman, E. R. A. War Finance Primer. (N. Y., Nat'l Bank of Com.



! 1. [$138] Reasons for War.

See $234 below. Beck, James M. The War and Humanity. A further discussion of the

ethics of the world war and the attitude of the United States. In

troduction by ”. H. Choate. (2nd ed.; N. Y., Putnam, 1917.) Cobb, Irvin S. Speaking of Prussians. (N. Y., Doran, 1917.) Hagedorn, Herman. You Are the Hope of the World. (N. Y., Macmillan,

1917.) An appeal to the boys and girls of America. Johnson, Willis Fletcher. America and the Great War for Humanity and

Freedom. (Phila., Winston, 1917.) Murray, Gilbert. The United States and the War. (London, Speaight,

1916.) Palmer, Frederick. With Our Faces to the Light. (N. Y., Dodd, Mead,

1917.) Rinehart, Mary Roberts. The Altar of Freedom. (Boston, Houghton,

Mifflin, 1917.) Roosevelt, Theodore. America and the World War. (N. Y., Scribner,

1915.) Roosevelt, Theodore. Fear God and Take Your Own Part. (N. Y., Doran, 1916.)

2. [$139] Declaration of War. See $8232, 243, 278 below.


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Lane, Franklin D., and Baker, Newton D. The Nation in Arms. (13 pp.,

Wash. Govt. Printing Office, 1917. War Information Series, No. 2.) Reeves, Jesse S. “The Prussian American Treaties,” in Am. Journal of

Int. Larv, XI, 475-510. (July, 1917.) Scott, James B. “The United States at War with the Imperial German

Government,” in Am. Journal: Int. Law, XI, 617-626. (July, 1917.) Strauss, Oscar A. Preparedness Against the Rebarbarization of the World,

(N. Y., The League to Enforce Peace.) Wilson, George Grafton. “The Kronprinzessen Cecilie and the Hague

Convention,” VI, in Am. Journal of Int. Law, XI, 642-645. (July,

1917.) Woolsey, Theodore S. “The Relations Between the United States and the

Central Powers,” in Am. Journal Int. Law, XI, 628-631. (July, 1917.)

3. [$140] Raising the Army. See 246 below.

No significant books have appeared on the subject up to the publication of America at War. “America's Army in the Making,” in N. Y. Times Current History, XII,

11-13. (July, 1917.) "Army Bill,” in Nation, vol. 104, p. 422. (Apr. 12, 1917.) Baker, N. D. “Making Ready the Army,” in Independent, XC, 109.

(Apr. 14, 1917.) “Cantonments of Our National Army,” in Sci. American, vol. 117, p. 4.

(July 7, 1917.) “Conscription,” in Nation, vol. 103, p. 600. (Dec. 28, 1916.) Dunn, A. W. “Raising an Army,” in Am. Review of Reviews, LV, 523

525. (May, 1917.) Fish, C. R. “Raising Armies,” in New Republic, X, 319-320. (Apr. 14,

1917.) “Forty-eight Cities Made to Order,” in Literary Digest, LIV, 1591. (May

26, 1917.) Menkel, William. “Making Officers for Our New Army,” in Am. Review

of Reviews, LVI, 58-62. (July, 1917.) “Mobilizing the Army and Navy,” in N. Y. Times Current History, XI,

231-234. (May, 1917.) “Next Steps in Our Army's Mobilization,” in Literary Digest, LV, 19-21. . (Aug. 4, 1917.) "Operating the Draft,” in Nation, vol. 105, pp. 4-5. (July 5, 1917.) Our Army Bluff: German Newspaper Comments,” in Literary Digest,

LV, 20. (July 21, 1917.) Reuterdahl, H. “At War,” in Outlook, vol. 115, p. 652. (Apr. 11, 1917.) Stewart, M. B. “First Half-Million Army,” in Scribner's, LXII, 119-122.

(July, 1917.) "Success of Selective Service,” in New Republic, XI, 148-150. (June 4,

1917.) "To Get the Alien Slacker,” in Literary Digest, LV, 22. (Aug. 4, 1917.) Wilson, Woodrow. “Proclamation of Conscription Law,” in N. Y. Times

Current History, VI, 381-384. (June, 1917.) Wood, Leonard. “Plattsburg and Citizenship,” in Century, XCIV, 49-54. (May, 1917.)

4. [S141] Training of Men and Officers. See $132 above, $8243, 278 below. Committee on Public Information. National Service Handbook. (Wash.,

Govt. Print. Office, Corrected to July 30, 1917.) Description and dis

cussion of the army and the navy. Hetherington, C. W. “Shall Military Training Be Given Our Youth ?”

(Senate Docs., 65 Cong., 1 sess., No. 22, 1917.) Howe, Lucien. Universal Military Education and Service. (N. Y., Put

nam, 1916.) . Wood, General Leonard. The Military Obligation of Citizenship. (Prince

ton, University Press, 1915.) Kilbourne, Maj. Charles E. (Ed. in Chief). National Service Library.

(5 vols.; N. Y., Collier & Son, 1917.) All the volumes by military officers, on organization and methods of modern war.

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