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Volume 32 - Number 3 - September 1917

 

Property Rights Under the New Mexican Constitution
J. P. Chamberlain

pp. 369-390
 

The Delegation of Legislative Power to Cities.
Howard Lee McBain

pp. 391-411
 

The Trainmen's Eight-Hour Day. II
Edwin Clyde Robbins

pp. 412-428
 

British Imperial Preference and Sir Robert Peel
Robert Livingston Schuyler

pp. 429-449
 

The Challenge of Mid-Europe
H. R. Mussey

pp. 450-458
 

German Land Hunger
Munroe Smith

pp. 459-479
 

Der Englische Gedanke in Deutschland: Zur Abwehr des Imperialismus, Ernst Mueller-Holm
Reviewed by Munroe Smith

pp. 480-482
 

Caribbean Interests of the United States, Chester Lloyd Jones
Reviewed by Guy Edward Snider

pp. 483-484
 

British Incomes and Property. The Application of Official Statistics to Economic Problems, J. C. Stamp
Reviewed by Carl C. Plehn

pp. 484-487
 

On Chinese Currency: The Monetary Problem, G. Vissering and W. A. Roest ; On Chinese Currency: The Banking Problem, G. Vissering ; Chinese Currency and Banking, S. R. Wagel ; Finance in China, S. R. Wagel
Reviewed by W. P. Wei

pp. 487-489
 

Outline of International Law, Arnold Bennett Hall
Reviewed by J. B. Moore

pp. 490-491
 

The Crowd in Peace and War, Martin Conway
Reviewed by F. W. Jones

pp. 492-493
 

In Freedom's Birthplace: A Study of Boston Negroes, John Daniels
Reviewed by T. J. Woofter

pp. 494-495
 

The Mississippi Valley in British Politics. A Study of the Trade, Land Speculation, and Experiments in Imperialism Culminating in the American Revolution, Clarence W. Alvord
Reviewed by O. M. Dickerson

pp. 495-497
 

The American Indian as Slaveholder and Secessionist, Annie Heloise Abel

pp. 498-500
 

The English Catholic Revival in the Nineteenth Century, Paul Thureau-Dangin and Wilfred Wilberforce
Reviewed by Edward Porritt

pp. 501-502
 

Studies in the Problem of Sovereignty, Harold J. Laski

pp. 503-504
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