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Sample Biography Index

The following is a section of my index to A Leadership for Peace by Robert I. Rotberg (Stanford University Press, 2007)

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arbitration treaties, 147
Armistice, 174–175
arms profiteering, 120
arms race, xiv, 76–77, 79, 90–91, 102, 184; economics, 123;
   in Pacific, 115
Arnold, Sarah L., 29, 33, 119, 163
"The Arts of Peace and the Arts of War" (Woodward), 83
assessments: business value, 30, 35, 38; estate, 150; house, 4
   9–50, 54; market vs. historic values, 63;
   real estate, 57
Association for International Conciliation, 88
Association of Cosmopolitan Clubs, 96, 101–102, 139
Athenaeum Building, 37–38
Atkinson, Edward, 214n18
automobiles, 59

Ballou, Hosea, 2nd, 12, 13, 16–17
Barnes & Co., 20, 38
Barnes, A. S., & Co., 20
Barnes, Alfred Smith, 20
The Battle of Waterloo (Hugo), 124, 219n1
Beacon Readers, 27–28
Beals, Charles E., 102
Beard, Charles A., 28
belief in rationality, 86, 125–126, 128, 194
Bering Sea, 74
Bethink Yourselves (Tolstoy), 83
Blaine, James G. (Secretary of State), 71
Blaisdell books, 28
Blakeslee, George Hubbard, 163, 173, 192
Bloch, Jean de, 83
Blood, Daniel (elder), 3
Blood, Daniel (younger), 3, 206n6
Blood, Esther Rideout, 3
Blood family roots, 3
Blood, Mighill, 3
The Blood of the Nation (Jordan), 104, 136
Blood, Sarah (mother), 3
bonds, and value of peace, 128
Borah, William E. (Senator), 169, 176
borders, 68, 129, 168
borrowing money, 30
Boston: Ginn and electricity, 64; Ginn and parks, 61–62;
   tenements, 64–65, 151–152, 193; Winchester,
   town of, 50–51, 60–64, 188
Boston and Lowell railway, 49, 51
Boston Chamber of Commerce, 75
Boston Edison, 64
Boston Herald, 111
Boston Municipal League, 44, 75
Boston population, 64
Boston Symphony Orchestra, 57
Boston Training School for Teachers, 27
box factory, 59
Boxer Rebellion, 80, 219n14
Breasted, James H., 28
Bridgman, Raymond L., 84, 136
Britain: Alabama Claims, 67–68, 183; arbitration treaties, 147;
   Fort George, 183; naval battle against
   U.S., 5; North Atlantic Fisheries
   Arbitration, 164
British Broad Church Movement, 43
British School Peace League, 139
Brooks and Brook Basins, 28
Brown, James, 23
Brown, John, 70
Brown, Rev. Charles Reynolds, 119, 133
Bryan, William Jennings (Secretary of State), 79, 89, 136,
   149, 178
Bryant, Albert, 133, 146, 160, 224n59
Bryce, Lord, 174
Buck, Jonathan, 4
Bucksport, Massachusetts (Maine), 4–5
Bucksport Seminary, 8–9
Bulgaria, 149
business creed, 29–30
business interests, peace vs. war, 105
businessmen: Chambers of Commerce, 140, 160; need to persuade, 107, 120, 124
Butler, General Benjamin Franklin, 18
Butler, Nicholas Murray, 88, 96, 108, 109–110;
   Covenant of the League of
   Nations, 178; opposition to League
   to Enforce Peace, 170; peace
   societies waste of time, 223n57;
   trustee of Carnegie Endowment,
   114, 115; World Peace Foundation, 119

California, strength of peace movement, 137
Canada Development Investment Corporation, 36
Capen, Elmer H., 75
Capen, Samuel Billings, 74, 119, 139; Chambers of
   Commerce, 140; death, 154–155
Carnegie, Andrew, xiii, 73, 83, 84–85, 89; American Peace
   Society, 94; Association of
   Cosmopolitan Clubs, 101; Church
   Peace Union, 139–140; courted for
   peace causes, 107–110, 111–112,
   120–121; depressed by World War I,
   154, 192; disinclination to be a
   partner, 108–109, 191; League to
   Enforce Peace, 167; memberships
   88–89; New York Peace Society, 96;
   rival institute for peace, 113–114;
   School of Peace, 107; sense of social
   injustice, 107–108; on war, 88
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, xiii, 113–114,
   145–146, 148, 191; Chambers of
   Commerce, 160; Covenant of the
   League of Nations, 176; funded, 116;
   Ginn's desire for funds from, 117;
   International Polity Movement,
   161–162; opposition to League to
   Enforce Peace, 170
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 108
Carnegie Institute of Technology, 108
Carnegie Institution, 108
Carnegie International Institute, 109–110
Carnegie Mellon University, 108
Central American Court of Justice, 89
Central Organization for a Durable Peace, 167
Chambers of Commerce, 75, 140, 160
Channing, William Ellery, 69, 83
Charles C. Little & Co., 23
Charlesbank Homes, 65, 151, 152, 193
chess, 9
The Child and Nature, 28
Choate, Joseph H. (Ambassador), 114
Christian Endeavor movement, 223n56
Christian movement to peace, 69–70, 72
Church Peace Union, 139–140, 169
churches and peace movement, 139–140
civics, 28
Civil War, 17–18, 45; eugenic effects, 134; peace vs. war,
   98, 216n7; thoughts of peace, 68
civilization and war, 138
Clark, Austin, and Maynard, 21
Clark, Francis E., 223n56
Clark, John Bates, 167
Clark, John Spencer, 207n3
Classics for Children, 24, 208n10
Clay, Henry (Senator), 70
Cleveland, Grover (President), 68
co-education: . See sex segregation
The Coming People (Dole), 136
Commonwealth v. Jennison, 205n3
Comus (Milton), 22
concentration camps, 214n17
conciliation, 133
Conciliation Internationale, 88
Concord School of Philosophy, 44
congress of nations, 45, 68, 70. See also League of Nations
conspicuous consumption, 74
Convention on the Pacific Settlement of International
   Disputes, 91
Coolidge, Calvin (President), 58, 177, 178, 180
correspondence, 199–200


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