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Volume 36 - Number 2 - June 1921

 

The Saar Basin Governing Commission
F. M. Russell

pp. 169-183
 

The Ministerial Revolution of 1710 in England
William Thomas Morgan

pp. 184-210
 

Government Aid in Foreign Trade
Walter Lowry Miller

pp. 211-225
 

The Mexican Problem: Self-Help or Intervention
Isaac Joslin Cox

pp. 226-244
 

The Ferroalloy Industries and Tariff Legislation
Abraham Berglund

pp. 245-273
 

British Imperial Federation
William Roy Smith

pp. 274-297
 

Mr. Wells's Utopian Pessimism
David Saville Muzzey

pp. 298-303
 

History of Modern France, 1815-1913, Émile Bourgeois

pp. 304-306
 

Gambetta, Paul Deschanel

pp. 306-308
 

French Foreign Policy, 1898-1914, Graham H. Stuart
Reviewed by Harry J. Carman

pp. 308-310
 

The Evolution of Parliament, A. F. Pollard
Reviewed by R. L. Schuyler

pp. 310-314
 

The Life of Benjamin Disraeli, 1804-1881, William Flavelle Monypenny and George Earle Buckle
Reviewed by Annie G. Porritt

pp. 314-317
 

Connecticut in Transition, 1775-1818, Richard J. Purcell
Reviewed by Dixon Ryan Fox

pp. 317-319
 

Real Democracy in Operation: The Example of Switzerland, Felix Bonjour
Reviewed by Frederic A. Ogg

pp. 320-321
 

The Financial Policy of Corporations, Arthur Stone Dewing
Reviewed by James C. Bonbright

pp. 321-323
 

Bank Credit, Chester A. Phillips
Reviewed by E. E. Agger

pp. 323-326
 

Labor and the Common Welfare, Samuel Gompers and Hayes Robbins ; Labor and the Employer, Samuel Gompers and Hayes Robbins
Reviewed by Walton H. Hamilton

pp. 326-329
 

Common Sense and Labour, Samuel Crowther ; Why Men Strike, Samuel Crowther
Reviewed by George E. Barnett

pp. 329-330
 

The New Industrial Unrest: Reasons and Remedies, Ray Stannard Baker ; What the Workers Want: A Study of British Labor, Arthur Gleason
Reviewed by Henry R. Seager

pp. 330-333
 

Industrial Democracy, Sidney Webb and Beatrice Webb
Reviewed by Ordway Tead

pp. 333-334
 

Employment Psychology. The Application of Scientific Methods to the Selection, Training and Grading of Employees, Henry C. Link
Reviewed by William F. Ogburn

pp. 334-335
 

Folk Lore in the Old Testament. Studies in Comparative Religion, Legend and Law, James George Frazer
Reviewed by Frank A. Ross

pp. 336-337
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