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Volume 36 - Number 1 - March 1921

 

Democracy and Political Morality
James T. Shotwell

pp. 1-8
 

Social Evolution During War and Revolution
E. Lederer

pp. 9-29
 

France and the Vatican
Raymond L. Buell

pp. 30-50
 

England and the Egyptian Problem
Harry J. Carman

pp. 51-78
 

The Hindu Theory of the State
Benoy Kumar Sarkar

pp. 79-90
 

The Malolos Constitution
George A. Malcolm

pp. 91-103
 

The Sentiment of Nationalism
Max Sylvius Handman

pp. 104-121
 

The Group Mind. A Sketch of the Principles of Collective Psychology with some Attempt to Apply them to the Interpretation of National Life and Character, William McDougall
Reviewed by Howard Lee McBain

pp. 122-127
 

The Degradation of the Democratic Dogma, Henry Adams and Brooks Adams

pp. 127-129
 

The Place of Science in Modern Civilization and Other Essays, Thorstein Veblen
Reviewed by Alvin Johnson

pp. 129-132
 

Contemporary French Politics, Raymond Leslie Buell
Reviewed by E. M. Sait

pp. 132-136
 

A History of the Indian Nationalist Movement, Verney Lovett
Reviewed by Benoy Kumar Sarkar

pp. 136-138
 

A Short History of the Italian People, Janet Penrose Trevelyan
Reviewed by R. V. D. Magoffin

pp. 138-139
 

Les Etats-Unis d'Amerique et le Conflit Europeen 4 aout 1914-6 Avril 1917, Achille Viallate
Reviewed by J. B. Moore

pp. 139-140
 

The Constitution and What it Means Today, E. S. Corwin
Reviewed by Thomas Reed Powell

pp. 140-141
 

European Police Systems, Raymond B. Fosdick ; American Police Systems, Raymond B. Fosdick
Reviewed by Howard Lee McBain

pp. 142-144
 

Profits, Wages and Prices, David Friday
Reviewed by James C. Bonbright

pp. 144-147
 

The History of Trade Unionism, Sidney Webb and Beatrice Webb ; Life and Labour in the Twentieth Century, C. R. Fay
Reviewed by Ordway Tead

pp. 147-151
 

The Casual Laborer and Other Essays, Carleton H. Parker
Reviewed by Frederick C. Mills

pp. 151-154
 

Personnel Administration: Its Principles and Practice, Ordway Tead and Henry C. Metcalf
Reviewed by John J. Coss

pp. 154-155
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