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Volume 36 - Number 4 - December 1921

 

The Climax of Anti-Imperialism in England
R. L. Schuyler

pp. 537-560
 

Problems of Local Taxation in England
Herbert W. Horwill

pp. 561-571
 

State History I
Dixon Ryan Fox

pp. 572-585
 

New York City Politics Before the American Revolution
George W. Edwards

pp. 586-602
 

The Problem of Control in Medieval Industry
Austin P. Evans

pp. 603-616
 

Law-Making by Property Owners
Howard Lee McBain

pp. 617-641
 

Present Conditions in China
Henry F. Merrill

pp. 642-662
 

Lord Bryce on Modern Democracies
Carl Becker

pp. 663-675
 

The Memoirs of Count Witte, Abraham Yarmolinsky
Reviewed by Bernadotte E. Schmitt

pp. 678-680
 

Lord Grey of the Reform Bill: Being the Life of Charles, Second Earl Grey, George Macaulay Trevelyan
Reviewed by Annie G. Porritt

pp. 682-684
 

Henry Fox, First Lord Holland, His Family and Relations, Earl of Ilchester ; Patron and Place Hunter: A Study of George Bubb Dodington, Lord Melcombe, Lloyd Sanders
Reviewed by William Thomas Morgan

pp. 684-686
 

Japan and the California Problem, T. Iyenaga and Kenoske Sato
Reviewed by Kenneth Scott Latourette

pp. 686-688
 

Denmark, a Cooperative Commonwealth, Frederic C. Howe
Reviewed by Frederic A. Ogg

pp. 688-689
 

Democracy and the Human Equation, Alleyne Ireland
Reviewed by Howard Lee McBain

pp. 690-692
 

Our Social Heritage, Graham Wallas
Reviewed by Raymond Moley

pp. 692-694
 

An Essay on Medieval Economic Teaching, George O'Brien
Reviewed by Austin P. Evans

pp. 694-696
 

Banking Progress, J. Laurence Laughlin
Reviewed by E. E. Agger

pp. 696-698
 

The Financial Organization of Society, Harold G. Moulton
Reviewed by James C. Bonbright

pp. 698-700
 

Die Gerechtigkeit der Besteuerung, Erik Lindahl
Reviewed by Harvey Whitefield Peck

pp. 700-702
 

Guild Socialism, G. D. H. Cole
Reviewed by Rexford G. Tugwell

pp. 702-705
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