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Volume 36 - Number 3 - September 1921

 

The Problem of Railroad Control
Emory R. Johnson

pp. 353-375
 

Practical Tests of the Transportation Act
A. M. Sakolski

pp. 376-390
 

Reflections on a Century of Political Experience and Thought
Gregory Zilboorg

pp. 391-408
 

A Curious Chapter in Constitution-Changing
Victor Rosewater

pp. 409-419
 

Unemployment Relief Measures in Great Britain
Clarence H. Northcott

pp. 420-432
 

The Bank of England and the Money Market
J. E. Norton

pp. 433-453
 

The Decentralization of Russian History
Geroid Tanquary Robinson

pp. 454-468
 

Major Constitutional Issues in 1920-1921
Thomas Reed Powell

pp. 469-500
 

More Light on the Peace Conference
Parker Thomas Moon

pp. 501-508
 

Recollections of a Foreign Minister (Memoirs of Alexander Iswolsky), Charles Louis Seeger
Reviewed by Bernadotte E. Schmitt

pp. 509-511
 

International Law and the World War, James Wilford Garner
Reviewed by Henry F. Munro

pp. 511-515
 

English Political Parties and Leaders in the Reign of Queen Anne, 1702-1710, William Thomas Morgan
Reviewed by Raymond Turner

pp. 515-518
 

Political Thought in England from Locke to Bentham, Harold J. Laski
Reviewed by Charles Edward Merriam

pp. 518-519
 

Venizelos, Herbert Adams Gibbons
Reviewed by D. S. Muzzey

pp. 519-522
 

Abraham Lincoln--Man of God, John Wesley Hill
Reviewed by Mary Scrugham

pp. 522-523
 

A Guildsman's Interpretation of History, Arthur J. Penty
Reviewed by Austin P. Evans

pp. 523-525
 

America and the New Era: A Symposium on Social Reconstruction, Elisha M. Friedman
Reviewed by B. B. Kendrick

pp. 525-527
 

Collected Legal Papers, Oliver Wendell Holmes
Reviewed by Learned Hand

pp. 528-530
 

The Case for Capitalism, Hartley Withers
Reviewed by E. E. Agger

pp. 530-532
 

Employment Methods, Nathan W. Shefferman ; Training Industrial Workers, Roy W. Kelly
Reviewed by Paul H. Douglas

pp. 532-533
 

Applied Eugenics, Paul Popenoe and Roswell Hill Johnson
Reviewed by William F. Ogburn

pp. 533-535
 

The Frontier of Control: A Study of British Workshop Politics, Carter L. Goodrich
Reviewed by Ordway Tead

pp. 535-536
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