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38. THE EFFECTS OF FICTION ON HISTORY.
39. THE EFFECTS OF HISTORY ON FICTION.
40. THE INFLUENCE OF WAR ON LITERATURE.
41. CHINESE GORDON.
42. TAXES AND HIGHER EDUCATION.
Should all men be compelled to contribute to the support of universities and professional schools?
43. PRIZE CATTLE VS. PRIZE BABIES.
Is Eugenics a science? And is it practicable?
44. BENEVOLENT AUTOCRACY.
Is a strongly paternal government better for the ma.s.ses than a much larger freedom for the individual?
45. SECOND-HAND OPINIONS.
The tendency to swallow reviews instead of forming one's own views.
46. PARENTAGE OR POWER?
A study of which form of aristocracy must eventually prevail, that of blood or that of talent.
47. THE BLESSING OF DISCONTENT.
Based on many examples of what has been accomplished by those who have not "let well-enough alone."
48. "CORRUPT AND CONTENTED."
A study of the relation of the apathetic voter to vicious government.
49. THE MOLOCH OF CHILD-LABOR.
50. EVERY MAN HAS A RIGHT TO WORK.
51. CHARITY THAT FOSTERS PAUPERISM.
52. "NOT IN OUR STARS BUT IN OURSELVES."
Destiny _vs._ choice.
53. ENVIRONMENT _VS._ HEREDITY.
54. THE BRAVERY OF DOUBT.
Doubt not mere unbelief. True grounds for doubt. What doubt has led to. Examples. The weakness of mere doubt. The att.i.tude of the wholesome doubter _versus_ that of the wholesale doubter.
55. THE SPIRIT OF MONTICELLO.
A message from the life of Thomas Jefferson.
56. NARROWNESS IN SPECIALISM.
The dangers of specializing without first possessing broad knowledge. The eye too close to one object. Balance is a vital prerequisite for specialization.
57. RESPONSIBILITY OF LABOR UNIONS TO THE LAW.
58. THE FUTURE OF SOUTHERN LITERATURE.
What conditions in the history, temperament and environment of our Southern people indicate a bright literary future.
59. WOMAN THE HOPE OF IDEALISM IN AMERICA.
60. THE VALUE OF DEBATING CLUBS.
61. AN ARMY OF THIRTY MILLIONS.
In praise of the Sunday-school.
62. THE BABY.
How the ever-new baby holds mankind in unselfish courses and saves us all from going lastingly wrong.
63. LO, THE POOR CAPITALIST.
His trials and problems.
64. HONEY AND STING.
A lesson from the bee.
65. UNGRATEFUL REPUBLICS.
Examples from history.
66. "EVERY MAN HAS HIS PRICE."
Horace Walpole's cynical remark is not true now, nor was it true even in his own corrupt era. Of what sort are the men who cannot be bought? Examples.
67. THE SCHOLAR IN DIPLOMACY.
Examples in American life.
68. LOCKS AND KEYS.
There is a key for every lock. No difficulty so great, no truth so obscure, no problem so involved, but that there is a key to fit the lock. The search for the right key, the struggle to adjust it, the vigilance to retain it--these are some of the problems of success.
69. RIGHT MAKES MIGHT.
70. ROOMING WITH A GHOST.
Influence of the woman graduate of fifty years before on the college girl who lives in the room once occupied by the distinguished "old grad."
71. NO FACT IS A SINGLE FACT.
The importance of weighing facts relatively.
72. IS CLa.s.sICAL EDUCATION DEAD TO RISE NO MORE?
73. INVECTIVE AGAINST NIETSCHE'S PHILOSOPHY.
74. WHY HAVE WE BOSSES?
A fair-minded examination of the uses and abuses of the political "leader."
75. A PLEA FOR SETTLEMENT WORK.