Walter LaFeber, "A Note on the 'Mercantilist Imperialism' of Alfred Thayer Mahan," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, XLVIII (March, 1962), 684-685.
Sir Lewis Namier in connection with the East India Company in Crossroads of Power (New York, 1962), pp. 161-172.
Merle E. Curti, Peace or War: The American Struggle, 1636-1936 (New York, 1936)
Dexter Perkins, The American Approach to Foreign Policy (Cambridge, 1962), pp. 98-136
Louis Morton, "The Historian and the Study of War," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, XLVIII (March, 1962), 599-613.
Quincy Wright, A Study of War, 2 vols. (Chicago, 1942)
John U. Nef's penetrating volume Western Civilization Since the Ren- aissance, Peace, War, Industry and The Arts (New York, 1963)
John Higham with Leonard Kreiger and Felix Gilbert, History (New York, 1965), pp. 46-51
"Wars of the United States" is to be found in James Truslow Adams et al., eds., Dictionary of American History, 5 vols., (2nd ed.; New York, 1951), V, 411.
Richard B. Morris, ed., Encyclopedia of American History (New York, 1961), pp. 25 ff. (for a more complete listing of American wars and conflicts)
David Zook and Robin Higham, A Short History of Warfare (New York, 1966), pp. 117ff.
C. Vann Woodward in "The Age of Reinterpretation," American Historical Review, LXVI (October, 1960), 1-19.
Arthur Meier Schlesinger's important essay of the 1920's "Geographi- cal Factors in American Development," in New Viewpoints in American His- tory (New York, 1920), pp. 23-44.
President Lyndon B. Johnson's Inaugural Address, New York Times, January 24, 1965, p. E 1.
Alvin Johnson in his essay on "War" in volume XV (p. 338)
Ency- clopaedia of the Social Sciences (Edwin R. A. Seligman et al., eds.), 15 vols. (New York, 1949)
Curti, Peace or War: The American Struggle, pp. 302-303
Ray Allen Billington, "Middle Western Isolationism," Edward N. Saveth, ed., Understand- ing the American Past (2nd ed.; Boston, 1965), pp. 445-465.
Marcus Cunliffe in "The American Military Tradition," Bri- tish Essays in American History, H. C. Allen and C. P. Hill, eds., (London, 1957), p. 209.
John C. Fitzpatrick, ed., The Writings of George Washington (Wash- ington, 1931-1944), XXXV, 221, 222, 224, 234.
Alexander DeConde, Entangling Alliance, Politics and Diplomacy Under George Washington (Dur- ham, N.C., 1958), pp. 504-505.
Beard, "Giddy Minds and Foreign Quarrels," Harpers Magazine, CLXXIX (September, 1939), 338-339
George R. Leighton in "Beard and Foreign Policy," in Howard K. Beale, ed., Charles A. Beard, An Appraisal (Lexington, Kentucky, 1954), pp. 166-167.
Beale, ed., Charles A. Beard, An Appraisal, p. 183.
Samuel Eliot Morison, By Land and By Sea, Essays and Addresses (New York, 1953), pp. 328-345.
Beard's President Roosevelt and the Coming of the War 1941: A Study in Appearances and Realities (New Haven, 1948)
A. Russell Buchanan's judicious analysis of "The Coming of World War II" in The United States and World War II (The New American Nation Series), I, 1-62.
Ray A. Billington et al., eds., The Making of American Democ- racy, Readings and Documents, 2 vols. (New York, 1062), II, 349.
Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard in A Basic History of the United States (New York, 1944), p. 353.
Merle E. Curti, The Growth of American Thought (New York, 1943), p. 671.
Julius W. Pratt, Expansionists of 1898: The Acquisition of Hawaii and the Spanish Islands (Baltimore, 1936), p. 316.
Alexander DeConde, A History of American Foreign Policy (New York, 1963), p. 351.
Pratt, Expansionists of 1898, pp. 279-316
Leon Wolff, Little Brown Brother (New York, 1961), p. 173 fT.
Eisenhower is quoted by the journalist Fred J. Cook in his book The Warfare State (New York, 1962), pp. 2-3.
Kenneth E. Boulding, "The Economic Implications of Warlessness," in Arthur Larson, ed., A Warless World (New York, 1962), pp. 65 ff.
Theodore Ropp, War in the Modern World (Durham, N.C., 1959), pp. 237 ff.
Curti, Peace or War, The American Struggle, p. 306
Mark A. May, A Social Psychology of War and Peace, published for the Institute of Human Relations, Yale University (New Haven, 1943), p. 9.
David M. Potter, "The Historian's Use of Nationalism and Vice Versa," American Historical Review, LXVII (July, 1962), 937 ff.
Potter's analysis of group character in his People of Plenty, Economic Abundance and the American Character (Chicago, 1954), pp. 16 ff.
Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard, America in Mid- passage (New York, 1939), pp. 555 ff.
Henry A. Turner, ed., Political Parties in the United States, Readings on Political Parties and Pressure Groups (New York, 1955), pp. 73-202.
Severyn Bailer, "The Men Who Run Russia's Armed Forces," New York Times Magazine, February 21, 1965, p. 14.
Frederick Jackson Turner's essays on the frontier and section in The Frontier in American History (New York, 1920)
The Significance of Sec- tions in American History (New York, 1932).
Wilbur R. Jacobs, "Frederick Jackson Turner, 'The Significance of the Frontier in Ameri- can History'," The American West, I, (1964), 32-35, 78.
From Turner's "Notes on A[chille] Loria," HEH, TU, File Drawer No. 15, Henry E. Huntington Library, San Marino.
"Introduction to a Lecture on Sectionalism" in Wilbur R. Jacobs, ed., Frederick Jackson Turner's Legacy: Unpublished Writings in American History (San Marino, 1965), p. 48.
Turner's essay, "Dr. Von Hoist's History of the United States," in Jacobs, ed., Frederick Jackson Turner's Legacy, pp. 100-101.
Turner's letter to Charles H. Haskins, May 19, 1925, HEH, TU, Box 34, Huntington Library.
his essays "Why Did Not The United States Become Another Europe?"
"Washington, the Nationalist," in Jacobs, ed., Frederick Jackson Turner's Legacy, pp. 109 ff.
G. N. Sevostianov, ed., Studies in the Recent and Contemporary History of the U.S.A. (Ocherki Novoi i Noveishei Istorii S Sh A), 2 vols. (Moscow, 1960)
Alexander Foursenko, The American Bourgeois Revolution of the XVIII Century (Amerikanskaia Burzhuaznaia Revolutsiia XVIII Veka) (Moscow, 1960).
Max Belov, "Soviet Historians and American History," John Keep, ed., Contemporary History in the Soviet Mirror (London, 1964), pp. 306-314.
"Notes for Shop Club Lecture, 1923—Winter," Turner Collection, HEH, TU, File Drawer 15, Huntington Library.
Walter LaFeber's provocative volume, The New Empire, An Inter- pretation of American Expansion, 1860-1898 (Ithaca, N.Y., 1963), pp. 62-65
Ray A. Billington's excellent new volume America's Frontier Heritage (New York, 1966)
American "Migratory Compulsion," pp. 181-197
American Behavioral Patterns," pp. 199-217.
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