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Volume 34 - Number 1 - March 1919

 

European Theories of Constitutional Government after the Congress of Vienna
William A. Dunning

pp. 1-32
 

The Intellectual Pre-Eminence of Jews in Modern Europe
Thorstein Veblen

pp. 33-42
 

The Expansion of Europe I
William R. Shepherd

pp. 43-60
 

The American Revolution Reconsidered
Arthur Meier Schlesinger

pp. 61-78
 

Difficulties of World Organization
Frederick F. Blachly, Miriam E. Oatman

pp. 79-103
 

Price Fixing in the United States During the War I
Lewis H. Haney

pp. 104-126
 

Thoughts on Permanent Peace
B. B. Kendrick

pp. 127-140
 

Political Philosophy and a League of Nations
Lindsay Rogers

pp. 141-148
 

The Biology of War, G. F. Nicolai, Constance A. Grande and Julian Grande
Reviewed by Franklin H. Giddings

pp. 149-151
 

Alsace-Lorraine. Past, Present, and Future, Coleman Phillipson
Reviewed by Charles Downer Hazen

pp. 151-156
 

Ireland, a Study in Nationalism, Francis Hackett ; L'Irlande dans la Crise Universelle, Louis Treguiz
Reviewed by William Thomas Morgan

pp. 156-160
 

England and Germany, 1740-1914, Bernadotte E. Schmitt
Reviewed by J. Salwyn Schapiro

pp. 160-162
 

What is "National Honor"? The Challenge of the Reconstruction, Norman Angell and Leo Perla
Reviewed by J. B. Moore

pp. 163-165
 

The Enforcement of International Law through Municipal Law in the United States, Philip Quincy Wright
Reviewed by Edwin M. Borchard

pp. 165-167
 

The New State: Group Organization the Solution of Popular Government, M. P. Follett
Reviewed by Howard Lee McBain

pp. 167-170
 

Federal Power: Its Growth and Necessity, Henry Litchfield West
Reviewed by Thomas Reed Powell

pp. 170-172
 

The National Budget System, Charles Wallace Collins
Reviewed by Lewis Mayers

pp. 172-173
 

The Theory of Environment, Armin Hajman Koller
Reviewed by Leon Ardzrooni

pp. 174-175
 

The Chartist Movement, T. F. Tout and Mark Hovell
Reviewed by Edward Porritt

pp. 175-177
 

Norman Institutions, Charles H. Haskins
Reviewed by S. K. Mitchell

pp. 177-179
 

The Life of Sophia Jex-Blake, Margaret Todd
Reviewed by Annie G. Porritt

pp. 179-181
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