National Geographic : 1913 Nov
" Had we lived I should have had a tale to tell of the hardihood, endurance, and courage of my companions which would have stirred the heart of every Englishman." (From the last Entry in Captain Scott's Journal.) That Wonderful Tale is Told in Scott's Last Expedition Being the journals of Captain Robert Falcon Scott, C. V. 0., R. N., together with the reports of the journey and the scientific work undertaken during the expedition. Edited by Leonard Huxley, with the assistance of the surviving members of the expedition, and of Lady Scott. With photogravure frontispieces of Captain Scott and Dr. Wilson; facsimile reproductions of Captain Scott's diary; 16 full-page illustrations in colors and more than 200 in black and white from the original drawings by Dr. E. A. Wilson, who perished with Captain Scott. Also with maps, charts, etc. Two volumes of 500 pages each Large 8vo, boxed, $10.00 net. Expressage Extra Captain Robert Falcon Scott Publishers ... DODD, MEAD & COMPANY 0 New York The Monroe Doctrine: An Obsolete Shibboleth By HIRAM BINGHAM Director of the Peruvian Expedition, 1912; Author of "In the Wonderland of Peru" and "Across South America" The publication of this searching study of the MONROE DOCTRINE has caused a national sensa tion. The author's contention that the MONROE DOCTRINE in its present form is untenable and founded on false premises is upheld by an impressive array of facts. It is safe to say that every well. informed American will have to reckon with his arguments, and it is not unlikely that it will change our future relations with the South American Republics. No more significant book has been published in the past decade from the standpoint of a patriotic American. " His exposition of the fruits of the MONROE DOCTRINE is clear and concise. . . . The time will certainly come when the UNITED STATES should gravely consider whether this policy is worth while. . . . The MONROE DOCTRINE is obsolete. Is the expense of maintaining it justifiable? "-Boston Transcript. " Professor Bingham's book as a late and authoritative treatment should therefore be of wide interest. ... He marshals some impressive facts and makes some strong arguments." -- Bat limore American. " This issue has got to be squarely and fairly met, with the truth clearly recognized.... There is probably no living American scholar better qualified by long study and experience to discuss this critical study than Professor Bingham. His noteworthy work is making a profound impression. "-Boston Herald. " You should read it. . . . Mr. Bingham knows his South America.' '-Reedy's lil1irror. On Sale at All Booksellers. Second Printing Within 3 Weeks. z2mo. Cloth binding. -51.pages. Gilt top. Price, $1.z-5 net;-_postage, -oc . extra. YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS 225 Fifth Avenue, New York City 135 Elm Street, New Haven, Conn. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."