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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930.
Four aspects of civic duty.
Athens : Ohio University Press, ©2001
|Material Type:||Government publication, State or province government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William H Taft; David H Burton; A E Campbell
|Description:||xxii, 343 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Commentary / A.E. Campbell --
Inaugural Address as Civil Governor of the Philippines (Manila, July 4, 1901) --
The Inauguration of the Philippine Assembly (Manila, October 16, 1907) --
China and Her Relations with the United States (Shanghai, October 8, 1907) --
Japan and Her Relations with the United States (Tokyo, September 30, 1907) --
An Appreciation of General Grant (New York City, May 30, 1908) --
The Army of the United States (Columbus, Ohio, April 2, 1908) --
The Panama Canal (Put-in-Bay, Ohio, July 11, 1906) --
A Republican Congress and Administration, and Their Work from 1904 to 1906 (Boise City, Idaho, November 3, 1906) --
The Legislative Policies of the Present Administration (Columbus, Ohio, August 19, 1907) --
The Panic of 1907 (Boston, Massachusetts, December 30, 1907) --
Southern Democracy and Republican Principles (Lexington, Kentucky, August 22, 1907) --
Labor and Capital (New York City, January 10, 1908) --
The Achievements of the Republican Party (Kansas City, Missouri, February 10, 1908) --
Recent Criticism of the Federal Judiciary (Detroit, Michigan, August 28, 1895) --
Administration of Criminal Law (Yale University, June 26, 1905).
|Other Titles:||Present day problems.
Four aspects of civic duty ; and, Present day problems
|Responsibility:||edited with commentary by David H. Burton and A.E. Campbell.|
"These speeches were given before Taft was elected President in 1908. A hundred years later, we can only envy a time when we could have a would-be president who could speak, knowingly, on, say, Roman