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the less real, has been of such a general character as to render specific citation impossible. I wish, however, to express the especial help I have obtained from my colleague, Professor Sidney Sherwood. I have had the opportunity of discussing with him a number of the points considered, and besides reading a part of the book in manuscript, he has read the whole of it in proof.
A portion of Chapter VIII, under the title.“ The Right of the State to Be,” has appeared as an article in the International Journal of Ethics; and all of Chapter IX has been published in the American Journal of Sociology. I am indebted to the editors of these magazines for their courtesy in permitting me to use this material again in this work.
Finally, it should be said that these chapters were originally delivered in lecture form at the Johns Hopkins University. This will account for, and it is hoped excuse, a certain amount of reiteration and didacticism which will doubtless appear as the book is read.
W. W. W.