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Mother America - Realities of American Life as Seen by an Indian

1934

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The author has tried to understand the History the traditions the struggles and the aspirations of the citizens of the New World. [...] The years that followed the conclusion of the war were the most trying in the history of the Republic. [...] The difficulties of the situation were increased by the fact that the late comers were crowded into the cities of the Eastern part of the country. [...] necessary for one people to dissolve the political_ bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them a decent respect to the opinions of makind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. [...] Professor Dodd of the University of Chicago in a recent magazine article points out that of the three million Colonists quite half of them were ' either opposed to the movement or quite out of heart about it; and the half was becoming two—thirds as the year 1777 advanced and great British armies the one from New York the other from Canada converged upon the better part of the revolutionists ne

Title Pages Author/Editor
Frontmatter i-xv Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter I. Independence Day 1-i Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter II. George Washington 7-13 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter III. Prohibition 14-23 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter IV. Menace of Opium 24-31 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter V. Opportunities for American Women 32-iv Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter VI. Two National Heroes 43-50 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter VII. Season of Thanksgiving 51-58 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter VIII. The Permanent Wave of Crime 59-69 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter IX. American Negroes 70-75 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter X. Thou Shalt not Kill 76-87 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XI. American Newspapers of Today 88-93 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XII. Chicago Daily Tribune 94-103 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XIII. A Distinguished American Editor 104-112 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XIV. The Milwaukee Journal: a Newspaper for Service 113-120 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XV. Battle of the Books 121-128 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XVI. American Language 129-135 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XVII. Ideals of American Education 136-142 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XVIII. Education Week 143-147 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XIX. Common Sense in Education 148-157 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XX. Summer Colleges 158-165 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXI. Radio in Everyday Life 166-171 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXII. Education of the Blind 172-175 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXIII. The Crippled are Healed 176-181 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXIV. Progress in Municipal Government 182-188 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXV. Carrying Education to Masses 189-195 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXVI. Museums 196-i Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXVII. American Agriculture 209-214 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXVIII. Tree Planting 215-221 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXIX. Uncle Sam’s Other Island 222-231 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXX. The Philippines for the Filipinos 232-249 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXXI. American Politics 250-260 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXXII. William Jennings Bryan 261-269 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXXIII. Failure of Christianity 270-274 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXXIV. On Yellow Peril 275-285 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXXV. Anglo - American Relations 286-294 Sudhindra Bose

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Chapter XXXVI. Uncle Sam to John Bull 295-304 Sudhindra Bose

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Pages
360
SARF Document ID
sarf.143754

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