NOTES

NOTES
1
Bryan to Mark Sullivan, 11 March 1924, Bryan Mss., Library of Congress.
2
Paolo Coletta, William Jennings Bryan: Poli- tical Evangelist (Lincoln, Neb., 1964) ;
Lawrence W Levine, Defender of the Faith (New York, 1965);
Paul Glad, The Trumpet Soundeth (Lincoln, Neb., i960).
3
Christopher Lasch, "The Anti-Imperialists, the Philippines, and the Inequality of Man" Journal of Southern History, XXIV (August 1958), 319-331.
4
Robert Seager II, "Some Denominational Reactions to Chinese Immigration to California, 1856-1892;' Pacific Historical Review, XXVIII (February 1959), 49-66
5
The Commoner, March 1, 1901, p. 2.
October 18, 1901, p. 3
November 29, 1901, p. 3.
6
Ibid., December 6, 1901, p. 1.
Theodore Roosevelt to Hiram Johnson, June 30, 1913, Johnson Mss., Bancroft Library.
7
The Commoner, June 30, 1905, p. 2;
February 23, 1906, p. 3,
March 2, 1906, p. 11.
9
Roger Daniels, The Politics of Prejudice (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1962), pp. 31-45.
George Kennan, May 6, 1905, in E. E. Morrison (ed.), The Letters of Theodore Roosevelt (Cam- bridge, Mass., 1951), IV, 1168-1169.
10
The Commoner, March 1, 1902, p. 2.
11
james D. Richardson, A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents (Washington, D.C., 1911), X, 7433-7436.
12
The Commoner, December 7, 1906, p. 2.
13
Ibid., April 19, 1907, p. 1.
14
Ibid., June 28, 1907, p. 3.
15
Bryan to James D. Phelan, May 6, 1907, Phelan Mss., Bancroft Library.
"James D. Phelan and the Wilson Progressives of California" (University of California, Berkeley, 1961),
16
Bryan to K. Minoura, editor Hochi Shimbun, Tokyo, August 6, 1907, in The Commoner, August 16, 1907, p. 5.
17
Ibid., October 4, 1907, p. 4.
Kirk H. Porter and Donald B. Johnson, National Party Platforms, 1840-1960 (Urbana, Illinois, 1961), p. 150.
18
Bell's speech is printed in The Commoner, July 10, 1908, p. 8.
Official Proceedings of the Democratic National Convention (Denver, 1908), pp. 21-22.
19
Phelan Scrapbooks, Phelan Mss., especially Long Beach Press, October 30, 1908;
San Luis Obispo Breeze, October 31, 1908,
Watsonville Register, November 1, 1908.
20
Fresno Republican. October 29, 1908.
21
Robert Hennings, "James D. Phelan and the Woodrow Wilson Anti-Oriental Statement of May 3, 1912" California Historical Society Quarterly, XLII (December 1963), pp. 291-300.
23
Los Angeles Record, October 14, 1912.
The Commoner, November 1, 1912, p. 2.
24
Phelan to William E McCombs, November 11, 1912, Phelan M ss.
25
Hiram Johnson to Theodore Roosevelt, June 21, 1913, Johnson Mss.
26
Bryan, The Old World and Its Ways (St. Louis, 1907) , pp. 25-89.
27
William Jennings Bryan, Jr., "My Japanese Brother" Reader's Digest, 66, (June 1955), 17-21.
The Commoner, March 25, 1910, p. 2.
28
Daniels, Prejudice, pp. 46-64.
Roosevelt printed in full on pp. 112-117.
29
"Do you believe in the support of state governments in all their rights?" The Commoner, July 21, 1911, p. 1.
"States Rights Not Menaced" January, 1915, p. 3.
I. A. Newby, "States' Rights and Southern Congressmen During World War I" Phylon, XXIV (Spring 1963), 34-50.
31
Teruko Okada Kachi, "The Treaty of 1911 and the Immigration and Land Law Issue between the United States and Japan, 1911-1913" (Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago, 1957), pp. 222 ff.
32
Telegram, Ira E. Bennett to С. С Moore, April 6, 1913, PPIE Mss., Bancroft Library.
33
Telegram, Kent to Johnson, April 7, 1913, Johnson Mss.
Roosevelt to Johnson, June 30, 1913, John- son Mss.
34
Telegram, Bryan to Johnson, April 10, 1913, Johnson Mss.
35
Telegram, Johnson to E M. Huntington Wilson [then Acting Secretary of State] March 24, 1911, Johnson Mss.
36
Kachi, "The Treaty of 1911" p. 236.
37
Arthur S. Link, Wilson: The New Freedom (Princeton, 1956), p. 293.
38
E. David Cronon (ed.), The Cabinet Diaries of Josephus Daniels, 1913-1921 (Lincoln, Neb., 1964), pp. 48-51.
Franklin Hichborn, The Story of the Session of the California Legislature of 1913 (San Francisco, 1913), pp. 212-213.
39
Telegrams, Wilson to Johnson, Johnson to Wilson, and Bryan to Johnson, all April 23, 1913, Johnson Mss.
40
Johnson to Meyer Lissner, May 7, 1913
Johnson to Theodore Roosevelt, June 21, 1913, Johnson Mss.
41
Transcript, Executive Sessions, California Legislature, April 28, 29, and May 3, 1913, p. 79, Johnson Mss., Part I, Box 42.
42
Ibid., р. 88.
43
Johnson to Meyer Lissner, May 7, 1913, Johnson Mss.
45
The Commoner. May 16, 1913, p. 2.
46
Transcript, Executive Sessions, p. 16. Johnson Mss.
47
W A. Mandell to Al McCabe, May 31, 1913, Johnson Mss. McCabe was John- son's secretary.
48
Telegrams, Ira E. Bennett to С. С. Moore, May 19, 21, 1913, PPIE Mss.
49
The letter is not dated, but was stamped received in San Francisco November 23, 1914, PPIE Mss.
U.S. Ambassador to Japan George W Guthrie to Bryan, November 7, 1914, Bryan Mss., Library of Congress.
50
Bryan to Wilson, March 8, 1915, in Papers Relating to Foreign Relations of the United States: The Lansing Papers, 1914-1920 (Washington, D.C., 1940) II, 400-402.
Bryan to James Brown Scott [a State Department official] January 23, 1919, Bryan Mss.
51
Wilson to Bryan, March 8, 1915, The Lansing Papers, II, 402.
52
Kachi, "The Treaty of 1911," p. 238.
53
Levine, Defender, p. 224.
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