5 edition of Henry Cabot Lodge, a biography. found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 136 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
|2||A Borzoi book|
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B001JJG546 Very good condition with very little wear. Garraty gives us all the complexity that was Henry Cabot Lodge. There are a lot fewer of them now among historians and we get a balanced assessment of both men now with the passage of time. Historian [ ] After traveling through Europe, Lodge returned to Harvard, and in 1876, became one of the earliest recipients of a Ph.
… The United States must not fall out of the line of march. Henry Cabot Lodge taught at Michigan State University for 12 years before joining the Columbia University History Department in 1959. He considered northern Italians superior to southern Italians, not only because they a biography. to be better educated, but because they were more "Teutonic" than their southern counterparts, whose immigration he sought to restrict. During his time in the U. From 1873 to 1876 he was assistant editor of the North American Review, which published his doctoral thesis, "The Anglo-Saxon Land Law.
And here for the first time the fateful and dramatics struggle between Lodge and President Wilson over the League of Nations is disclosed in proper focus and in all its bitterness.
Lodge won out in the long run; his reservations were incorporated into the United Nations charter in 1945, with Article X of the League of Nations charter absent and the U.
Though always solicitous of legitimate business interests, he helped draft the momentous Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890. 632, from the original on January 30, 2018retrieved January 29, 2018• If a lower race mixes with Henry Cabot Lodge higher in sufficient numbers, history teaches us that the lower race will prevail. In a letter to Theodore Roosevelt, Lodge wrote, "Porto Rico is not forgotten and we mean to have it".that guaranteed federal protection for voting rights. They supported a Treaty with Henry Cabot Lodge, especially on Article X.
An author of many textbooks, Garraty's works include the college and high school history textbook The American Nation, later editions of which were co-written with Mark C. He also supported immigration restrictions, becoming a member of the and influencing the. The Senate and the League of Nations.
George's sons, 1902—1985 and 1903—1985 , also became politicians.
From this stems his problem with Woodrow Wilson who was brought up in the south and spoon fed the legends of the great lost cause.
The son of a prominent upper-class family, he enjoyed a privileged childhood and an elite education in which he earned both a legal degree and a Ph.
Lodge wanted that eliminated and successfully did establish the stringent quota system till somewhat prevalent today.
Dimensions unknown Extent 203 p.