Edward T. Devine
Lectures for 1925
Address inquiries to Miss Lilian Brandt 333 Fourth Avenue
Fundamentals of an American Foreign Policy
FOREIGN policies are compounded of interests and ideals. Their natural basis is to be sought in clarified public opinion rather than in official state papers. Not what a Secretary of State or even a President may say, but what is accepted and survives becomes national policy. In the present crisis we Americans must once more make up our minds what policies we accept and will maintain.
Our traditional policies and their historical justification.
THE WHITE MAN'S BURDEN
The untenable ideal of economic imperialism.
DEMOCRACY AND EMPIRE
Large or small nations?
THE RIGHTS OF MAN
Protection of minorities.
PEACE IN OUR TIME
The outlawry of war.
THE GENEVA PROTOCOL
Does it mean the outlawry of war?
SOCIAL WORK IN TIME OF REVOLUTION
The world ferment; economic changes in America; social work's opportunity.
WHAT WE LEARNED ABOUT THE COAL INDUSTRY
Findings of the U. S. Coal Commission of 1922-23
THE SOCIAL AIM OF EDUCATION
To eliminate poverty, disease, and crime; to raise the standard of living.
LENIN, MACDONALD, GANDHI
Three leaders of modern revolutions.
EARNING A LIVING
A necessary evil or a daily adventure?
E PLURIBUS UNUM
Unity in diversity.
REVOLUTIONS are good or bad according to their consequences. They may represent constructive statesmanship, the slow and irresistible turning of the wheel of national progress; or they may be pathological, expressing the spiritual unrest and physical injuries of a world that has been drenched in blood. Five conspicuous leaders in various kinds of revolutionary movements have been selected from contemporary Russia, Italy, Britain, Mexico, and India.
LENIN THE COMMUNIST
Lunatic or Liberator?
MUSSOLINI THE FASCIST
Patriot or Tyrant?
MACDONALD THE SOCIALIST
Radical or Conservative?
CARRILLO OF YUCATAN
Conquered or Conqueror?
GANDHI THE SAINT
Rebel or Statesman?
Separate announcements will be sent on request describing Mr. Devine's
FIVE-DAY INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL WORKERS
SOCIAL AUDIT OF WELFARE AGENCIES
which he is prepared to make in cities where the Chamber of Commerce or the Community Chest or the social agencies themselves feel the need for such a study.
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