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many nations are charter members one lesson or study. Assign for one lesson selected
of the League and how many have been questions, one or two propositions for discussion,
invited to join it? Make out the list and only such words as are found in the material assigned. Or distribute selected questions among
of the rest of the nations in the world. different menubers of the class or group and have
Give reasons why, in your opinion, these them report their findings to all when assembled. have been left out. 7. On what condition Then have all discuss the questions together.] are new nations to be admitted to the pro
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guarantees of their intention and capacity A. Topic: The Fiume-Dalmatian Dispute ; to conform to the principles and regula
Fiume and the League of Nations. tions of the League”? 8. Discuss: "The Reference : Pages 7, 12, 14-16.
new Covenant of the League is not EngQuestions:
glish, French, Italian, or American. It is 1. For what reasons is President Wilson the fruit of the whole world's resolve to opposed to the assigning of Fiume and make peace secure.” territory on the Dalmatian coast to Italy? 2. The Prime Minister of Italy has received
C. Topic: Disintegrating Germany; Gera mandate from the people of Italy back
many: Slacker Among Nations ; What
the World Owes Germany, ing him up in his position on the Fiume
Reference: Pages 17--20; 12, 13. Dalmatian question. Do you think President Wilson would receive a similar
Questions : mandate from the American people backing
1. What are Mr. Mason's reasons for him up in his position on this question believing that the Germans know
they are Reasons. 3. What facts does The Outlook
beaten? 2. Do you agree with Mr. Mason give about the two parties-- Italy and Jugo
when he says that if Germany “should be slavia—to this controversy? (See page 14.)
allowed to build a fleet and an army 4. What facts does it also give about
greater than the fleet and army just disFiume and Dalmatia? 5. Explain the Pact
mantled, the world need never fear her of London and the Pact of Rome. 6. Give again as it feared her before"? Discuss. the Jugoslav arguments in this dispute.
3. Make several comparisons between what 7. Make out a list also of the Italian argu
Mr. Green and Mr. Mason
about Germents. 8. In your opinion, which side has many and conditions in Germany. 4. The
Peace Conference has decided to allow the better claim in reference to the disputed territory? Discuss. 9. What does foodstuffs to go into Germany. Discuss
whether this decision is wise. 5. What, in The Outlook think of President Wilson assuming the right to decide the question
your opinion, are some of the things Gerat issue between Italy and Jugoslavia ?
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your opinion, the attitude and action of President
not owe Germany? 7. Does the world owe Wilson in this controversy has as important Germany anything? Discuss at length. a bearing upon the project for the League
8. Outline a system of discipline for the of Nation's as The Outlook in its editorial
Germans. Discuss whether it is possible to on page 12 says it has. 11. Do
(These propositions are suggested directly or indieastern Europe,” by V. R. Savic (Revell), rectly by the subject matter of The Outlook, but and “ The Jugoslav Movement,” by R. J. not discussed in it.) Kemer (Harvard University Press).
1. William II should be executed in the B. Topic: The New Covenant of the same manner as was Charles I, King of
League of Nations; American Opinion England. 2. President Wilson should ask
Postmaster-General Burleson to resign.
elsewhere, give their meaning in your own words. changes and modifications in the League
The figures in parentheses refer to pages on which Covenant? 3. Discuss why these changes
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By William Herbert Hobbs. Introduction by Theodore Roosevelt. G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, Last autumn Theodore Roosevelt said that if he could choose only one book concerning the war to be put in the hands of every man and woman in the United States he would choose the present volume. Professor Hobbs states the conditions that have made Germany a menace to the world and also the conditions that led to our failure to act as we should have done during the first
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