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Volume 27 - Number 3 - September 1912

 

Paying for Alaska

pp. 385-398
 

The Road to Citizenship
Hattie Plum Williams

pp. 399-427
 

Present Problems in Railway Regulation
William Z. Ripley

pp. 428-453
 

Recent Tax Reforms Abroad
E. R. A. Seligman

pp. 454-469
 

How Germany Deals with Workmen's Injuries

pp. 470-487
 

Turkey in Europe. III
William Milligan Sloane

pp. 488-510
 

Diplomatic Negotiations of American Naval Officers, 1778-1883, Charles Oscar Paullin
Reviewed by J. B. Moore

pp. 511-512
 

The Republican Tradition in Europe, H. A. L. Fisher
Reviewed by C. A. Beard

pp. 512-513
 

The Life and Times of Cavour, William Roscoe Thayer

pp. 515-516
 

The Religious Experience of the Roman People from the Earliest Times to the Age of Augustus, W. Warde Fowler
Reviewed by J. T. Shotwell

pp. 516-517
 

Traite de droit Constitutionnel, Léon Duguit

pp. 518-519
 

Municipal Origins, Frederick H. Spencer and Edward Clark
Reviewed by Edward Porritt

pp. 519-521
 

Commission Government in American Cities, Ernest S. Bradford
Reviewed by E. M. Sait

pp. 521-522
 

Cours Elementaire de Science des Finances et de Legislation Financiere Francaise, Gaston Jèze
Reviewed by J. W. Garner

pp. 522-525
 

Principles of Economics, Alfred Marshall
Reviewed by Roswell C. McCrea

pp. 525-529
 

Monopoly and Competition: A Study in English Industrial Organization, Herman Levy
Reviewed by Walter P. Hall

pp. 529-531
 

Des Clauses d'Irresponsabilite en Matiere de Transport Maritime, André Gautier
Reviewed by Munroe Smith

pp. 531-533
 

The Principles of Scientific Management, F. W. Taylor
Reviewed by Edgar V. O'Daniel

pp. 534-536
 

Wages in the United States, 1908-1910: A Study of State and Federal Wage Statistics, Scott Nearing ; Making Both Ends Meet: The Income and Outlay of New York Working Girls, Sue Ainslie Clark and Edith Wyatt ; The History and Problems of Organized Labor, Frank Tracy Carlton
Reviewed by George Gorham Groat

pp. 536-540
 

Le Chomage et son Remede, Paul Leroy-Beaulieu and Daniel Bellet ; Unemployment: A Social Study, B. Seebohm Rowntree and Bruno Lasker ; Unemployment Insurance: A Study of Schemes of Assisted Insurance, L. T. Hobhouse and I. G. Gibbon
Reviewed by William M. Leiserson

pp. 540-544
 

The Village Labourer, 1760-1832, J. L. Hammond and Barbara Hammond
Reviewed by A. G. Porritt

pp. 545-547
 

The Negro in the New World, Harry Johnston

pp. 547-549
 

The Immigration Problem, Jeremiah W. Jenks and W. Jett Lauck
Reviewed by Emily Greene Balch

pp. 549-552
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