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  • JAURÈS, JEAN
    • Biographical.—Birth, 21; schooldays, 22; parentage, 23; student days, 24, 81; lectureship, 28; thesis, 28; Chamber of Deputies, 13,30,82; marriage, 30; joins Socialists, 31; Etudes Socialistes, 44; daughter's first communion, 50; intervenes in Dreyfus Affair, 64; attacks the Church, 96; founds L'Humanité, 97; leaves the "Bloc," 102; efforts to avert war, 150; assassination, 11, 13, 19. 39. 151.
    • Characteristics.—Linguistic gifts, 23; love of nature, 23, 25, 36; a Southerner, 25; memory, 25; politics, 12, 23; journalistic methods, 30; oratorical power, 26, 33, 66, 99; religious sentiment, 36; love of justice, 37; unconventionality, 42; not opportunist, 43; co-operation with other parties, 54, 83; development of his ideas, 81; passion for work, 84; love of unity, 103; hatred of formulæ, 107; optimism, 109; love of France, 126; servant of the people, 14.
    • Leading Ideas.—Force v. Freedom, 20, 52; Socialism, 29, 41, 44; unity of things, 29; "interpenetrability," 37; property, 47, 49; Radicals, 47-48; liberty, 49; continuity of history, 52, 83; the Revolution, 53, 87; "legality," 77; State and individual, 111-112; nationality, 112, 127; national defence, 111, 114; war and peace, 124; European politics, 131 et seq.; secret diplomacy, 137; his Socialist method, 16.
    • J. R. Macdonald's Appreciation, 16.
    • Writings.—Etudes Socialistes, 44; Les Preuves, 58, 67; L'Humanité, 97; "Socialist Organization of France" (projected work), 109; L'Armée Nouvelle, 111.
  • Jesuits, 94, 97.
  • Jews in the Army, 58.
  • Jouhaux, Léon, 107.

  • Labori, attempted assassination of, 75.
  • Lebrun-Renaud, 69.