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French were on the point of stamping out the negro insurgents when the
renewal of war with England, in 1803, cut off the French
sea-communications. The story of Haiti offers many interesting and
instructive points to the student of race-questions. It was the first real
shock between the ideals of white supremacy and race-equality; a prologue
to the mighty drama of our own day. It also shows what real race-war
means. To the historical student I cite my "French Revolution in San
Domingo" (Boston, 1914), wherein the entire revolutionary cycle between
1789 and 1804 is described, based largely upon hitherto unexploited
archival material.

[137] H. M. Hyndman, "The Awakening of Asia," pp. 267-8. (New York, 1919).

[138] Pearson, pp. 140-1.

[139] Edward Alsworth Ross, "The Changing Chinese," pp. 46-47 (New York,
1911).

[140] _The Literary Digest_, November 5, 1910, p. 786 (from _The Indian
Review_, Madras).

[141] Clarence Poe, "What the Orient Can Teach Us," _World's Work_, July,
1911.

[142] Clayton S. Cooper, "The Modernizing of the Orient," p. 5 (New York,
1914).

[143] Pearson, p. 133.

[144] Ross, pp. 117-118.

[145] Ross, p. 119.

[146] B. L. Putnam Weale, "The Conflict of Color," pp. 179-181.

[147] Pearson, pp. 138, 139.

[148] Prescott F. Hall, "Immigration," p. 99 (New York, 1907).

[149] See especially his "Psychology of Peoples" (London, 1898, English
translation).

[150] Eliot Norton, in _Annals of the American Academy of Political and
Social Science_, vol. XXIV, p. 163, July, 1904. Of course, since Mr.
Norton wrote, millions more aliens have entered the United States, and the
situation is much worse.

[151] _I. e._, a person believing in the preponderance of environment
rather than heredity.

[152] Prescott F. Hall, "Immigration Restriction and World Eugenics," _The
Journal of Heredity_, March, 1919.

[153] Edward Alsworth Ross, "Changing America," pp. 45-46 (New York,
1912).

[154] Madison Grant, "The Passing of the Great Race," p. 90.

[155] Edward Alsworth Ross, "The Old World in the New," Preface, p. 2 (New
York, 1914).

[156] S. K. Humphrey, "Mankind: Racial Values add the Racial Prospect," p.
155.

[157] Grant, p. 263.

[158] Ross, "The Old World in the New," p. 304.

[159] Putnam Weale, "The Conflict of Color," pp. 98-99.

[160] Ross, "Changing America," pp. 46-48.

[161] Hyndman, "The Awakening of Asia," p. 180.

[162] Pearson, p. 132.

[163] L. E. Neame, "Oriental Labor in South Africa," _Annals of the
American Academy of Political and Social Science_, vol. XXXIV, pp.
179-180, September, 1909.

[164] Ross, "The Changing Chinese," pp. 47-48.

[165] J. Liddell Kelly, "What Is the Matter with the Asiatic?"
_Westminster Review_, September, 1910.

[166] From an article in _The Pall-Mall Gazette_ (London). Quoted in _The
Literary Digest_, May 31, 1913, pp. 1215-16.

[167] Chester H. Rowell, "Chinese and Japanese Immigrants," _Annals of the
American Academy_, vol. XXXIV, p. 4, September, 1909.

[168] Neame, "Oriental Labor in South Africa," _Annals of the American
Academy_, vol. XXXIV, p. 181.

[169] Viator, "Asia contra Mundum," _Fortnightly Review_, February, 1908.

[170] Quoted by J. F. Abbott, "Japanese Expansion and American Policies,"
p. 154 (New York, 1916).

[171] H. C. Douglas, "What May Happen in the Pacific," _American Review of
Reviews_, April, 1917.

[172] Pearson, p. 17.

[173] Neame, _op. cit._, _Annals of the American Academy_, vol. XXXIV, pp.
181-2.

[174] Quoted by Archibald Hurd, "The Racial War in the Pacific,"
_Fortnightly Review_, June, 1913.

[175] Agnes C. Laut, "The Canadian Commonwealth," p. 146 (Indianapolis,
1915).

[176] Rowell, _op. cit._, _Annals of the American Academy_, vol. XXXIV, p.
10.

[177] Honorable A. G. Burnett, "Misunderstanding of Eastern and Western
States Regarding Oriental Immigration," _Annals of the American Academy_,
vol. XXXIV, p. 41.

[178] A. E. Yoell, "Oriental versus American Labor," _Annals of the
American Academy_, vol. XXXIV, p. 36.

[179] S. G. P. Coryn, "The Japanese Problem in California," _Annals of the
American Academy_, vol. XXXIV, pp. 43-44.

[180] Quoted by J. D. Whelpley, "Japan and the United States,"
_Fortnightly Review_, May, 1914.

[181] Quoted by Montaville Flowers, "The Japanese Conquest of American
Opinion," p. 23 (New York, 1917).

[182] _The Literary Digest_, August 9, 1919, p. 53.

[183] J. S. Little, "The Doom of Western Civilization," pp. 56 and 63
(London, 1907).

[184] _The Literary Digest_, August 29, 1914, p. 337.

[185] _The Literary Digest_, August 29, 1914, pp. 337-8.

[186] _Ibid._, April 22, 1916, p. 1138.

[187] Quoted in _The Review of Reviews_ (London), February, 1917, p. 174.

[188] _The Literary Digest_, July 5, 1919, p. 31.

[189] _Leslie's Weekly_, May 4, 1918.

[190] G. C. Hodges in _The Sunset Magazine_. Quoted by _The Literary
Digest_, September 14, 1918, pp. 40-42.

[191] Rudyard Kipling, "The Heritage." Dedicatory poem to the volume
entitled "The Empire and the Century" (London, 1905), the volume being a
collaboration by prominent British writers.








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