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Volume 34 - Number 3 - September 1919

 

The Revenue Act of 1918
Robert Murray Haig

pp. 369-391
 

The Expansion of Europe III
William R. Shepherd

pp. 392-412
 

How Women Vote
William F. Ogburn, Inez Goltra

pp. 413-433
 

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

pp. 434-453
 

How Massachusetts Adopted the Initiative and Referendum
George H. Haynes

pp. 454-475
 

Bismarck Reconsidered
Munroe Smith

pp. 476-485
 

The Rise and Progress of the Merit System
Everett P. Wheeler

pp. 486-492
 

The Value of Money, Tjardus Greidanus
Reviewed by E. W. Kemmerer

pp. 493-498
 

American Labor and the War, Samuel Gompers
Reviewed by Henry R. Seager

pp. 499-501
 

The British Revolution and American Democracy, Norman Angell ; Labor and Reconstruction in Europe, Elisha M. Friedman ; Problems of Reconstruction, Isaac Lippincott
Reviewed by Ordway Tead

pp. 501-503
 

Readings in Industrial Society, Leon Carroll Marshall
Reviewed by Leon Ardzrooni

pp. 503-505
 

Regulation of Railways, Samuel O. Dunn
Reviewed by T. W. Van Metre

pp. 505-507
 

Social Process, Charles Horton Cooley
Reviewed by Newell L. Sims

pp. 508-509
 

Budget Making in a Democracy: A New View of Budget Making, Edward A. Fitzpatrick
Reviewed by Frederick A. Cleveland

pp. 510-512
 

France Facing Germany, Georges Clemenceau and Ernest Hunter Wright
Reviewed by P. de Bacourt

pp. 512-516
 

The Rise of Nationality in the Balkans, R. W. Seton-Watson
Reviewed by William M. Sloane

pp. 518-520
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