5 edition of Claude Kitchin and the Wilson war policies. found in the catalog.
Claude Kitchin and the Wilson war policies.
Alex Mathews Arnett
Bibliography: p. 331-337.
|LC Classifications||E748.K57 A8 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 341 p.|
|Number of Pages||341|
|LC Control Number||73139897|
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Claude Kitchin and the Wilson War Policies. Claude Kitchin and the Wilson War Policies. By Alex Mathews Arnett. pp, Little, Brown, Professor Arnett's effort to rehabilitate Kitchin's political reputation is fairly successful, though in places his book seems special pleading rather than history.
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The Question of What Kitchin Thought of Wilson; CLAUDE KITCHIN AND THE WILSON WAR POLICIES. By Alex Mathews Arnett. Illustrated. Boston: Little, Brows & Co. Claude Kitchin and the Wilson war policies: 1. Print book: English.
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This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. Claude Kitchin (), a child during Political Reconstruction, was a prominent Representative in Congress from North Carolina who lost his leadership position by exposing and opposing President Woodrow Wilson’s maneuvering to bring the United States into the war in Europe which grew into the horrific “The World War,” which we now.
tended in a book by the same author, to be entitled Claude Kitchin and the Wilson War Policies, and to be published by Little, Brown and Company in March, Editor's note.] A study of the career of Claude Kitchin impresses one with the historian's obligation to rectify the distorted impressions of.
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BOOK REVIEWS ARNETT, ALEX MATTHEWS, Claude Kitchin and the Wilson War Poli-cies. Boston: Little, Brown, I 34I pp. ($) This book by Professor Arnett has a peculiar appositeness at the present time.
It is a story, among other things, of a pacifist who saw, as every pacifist has seen, his philosophy go to smash against the rocks of reality. The collection includes Kitchin's office files while he served as chairman of the Ways and Means Committee and House majority leader, particularly concerning his interests in the tariff, revenue bills, military defense, and opposition to United States entry into World War I.
Series 1 Correspondence and Other Papers, and undated, documents committee issues and policy, constituent. On Claude Kitchin's evolving stance on the war, see Claude Kitchin and the Wilson War Policies (New York: Russell & Russell, ).
On the disease epidemics and the public health response, see David L. Cockrell, "A Blessing in Disguise: the Influenza Pandemic of and North Carolina's Medical and Public Health Communities," North Carolina.
During World War I. Wilmington, DE: SR Books, Woodrow Wilson: A Bibliography of Books in English. Claude Kitchin and the Wilson War Policies. New York: Russell and Russell, Ashurst, Henry Fountain. Idealism of Lincoln and Wilson.
* Editor’s Note: This post is part of a symposium commemorating the th anniversary of the United States’ entry into World War I. It is adapted from War Against War: The American Fight for Peace, Another contribution comes from Will Englund. This book is about Americans who tried to stop their nation from fighting in what was history’s most destructive war and then endured.
With the onset of war in Europe, hostilities began in the North Atlantic which eventually provided the context-or rather pretext-for America's participation. Our purpose in going to war was Wilson was answered in the House by the Democratic leader Claude Kitchin, and in the Senate by Robert LaFollette, but to no avail.
KITCHIN, Claude, (son of William Hodges Kitchin, brother of William Walton Kitchin, and uncle of A. Paul Kitchin), a Representative from North Carolina; born near Scotland Neck, Halifax County, N.C., Ma ; attended the common schools and was graduated from Wake Forest College, North Carolina, in ; studied law; was admitted to the bar in and practiced in Scotland Neck.
Claude Kitchin: | | | |Claude Kitchin| | | | | ||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most. I raise that question after happening to Googlebook Claude Kitchin, the Halifax County native who as Speaker of the House House majority leader memorably resisted Woodrow Wilson’s call to enter World War I.
To my surprise I turned up more than 40 books that called him “Claude Kitchen.” Among the more prominent publishers: Harper (2. Albert Taylor Bledsoe, author, Brion McClanahan and Mike Church, editors Published a year after the war, it provides the best argument every assembled in one book for the constitutional right of secession.
Everyone interested in the overall design of the Constitution ratified by the several States in should read this book.
Congressman Claude Kitchin, born on Mawas the third child of United States Representative William H. Kitchin and his wife Maria. Claude followed his brother, William W. Kitchin in attending Wake Forest College and practiced law in Halifax County after his graduation in In September he married Kate Mills, the daughter of Luther Mills, a senior member of the Wake.
KITCHIN, CLAUDE, (son of William Hodges Kitchin, brother of William Walton Kitchin, and uncle of A. Paul Kitchin), a Representative from North Carolina; born near Scotland Neck, Halifax County, N.C., Ma ; attended the common schools and was graduated from Wake Forest College, North Carolina, in ; studied law; was admitted to the bar in and practiced in Scotland Neck.
References: Alex Mathews Arnett, Claude Kitchin and the Wilson War Policies (). Congressional Record, scattered issues. DAB, vol. 5 (). Greensboro News, 1 June Claude Kitchin Papers, Edward Yates Webb Papers (Southern Historical Collection, University of.
Claude Kitchin was an American statesman and politician. He served as a Member of the U. House of Representatives from North Carolina's 2nd district from to Claude Kitchin (Ma – ) was an American politician who served as a member of the United States House of Representatives from the state of North Carolina from until his death in A lifelong member of the Democratic Party, he was elected House majority leader for the 64th and 65th congresses (–), and minority leader during the 67th Congress (–).
William Hodge Kitchin (Decem – February 2, ) was an American lawyer, Confederate soldier and politician who served one-term U.S. Congressman from North Carolina as a Democrat.A white supremacist, Kitchin spent much of his political career attempting to curb African American advances within the state, although he briefly was a member of the Populists which worked with.
Claude Kitchin (Ma – ) was a U.S. Congressional Representative from North Carolina and floor leader of his party in the House during the 64th, 65th, and 67th Congresses. He was born in Halifax County, North Carolina in His father was William H. Kitchin and William Walton Kitchin was his brother.
Ingle, “A Southern Democrat at Large: William Hodge Kitchin and the Populist Party,” North Carolina Historical Review (April ): Alex M. Arnett, Claude Kitchin and the Wilson War Policies () Claude Kitchin Papers, Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at.
Congressman,Democratic majority leader, Opposed war declaration; later supported Wilson's war policies. (A historical marker. 3rd Majority Leader of the United States House of Representatives In office – Preceded by Oscar W.
Underwood Succeeded by Frank W. Mo. Democratic U.S. Rep. Robert Page, who represented the 7th District, opposed Wilson’s preparedness program and was also against his neutrality policies, which he .Finnegan, Against the Specter of a Dragon; Chambers, To Raise an Army, ; Alex Mathews Arnett, Claude Kitchin and the Wilson War Policies (Boston, ), ; Seward W.
Livermore, Woodrow Wilson and the War Congress, (Seattle, ), 6.