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Volume 35 - Number 3 - September 1920

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I. The Peace Conference and Treaties

pp. 1-12
 

II. The League of Nations

pp. 12-13
 

III. International Relations

pp. 14-18
 

IV. The International Food Problem

pp. 19-20
 

V. World Labor and International Congresses

pp. 20-22
 

VI. The United States

pp. 22-86
 

VII. Mexico and the Caribbean States

pp. 86-89
 

VIII. South American States

pp. 89-91
 

IX. The British Empire

pp. 91-105
 

X. Continental Europe

pp. 106-142
 

XI. Asia and Africa

pp. 142-147

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