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Volume 37 - Number 4 - December 1922

 

The Federal Reserve System--A Retrospect of Eight Years
H. Parker Willis

pp. 553-584
 

An Eighteenth-Century Election in England
William Thomas Morgan

pp. 585-604
 

The Development of the Anti-Japanese Agitation in the United States
Raymond Leslie Buell

pp. 605-638
 

The Metaphysics of Duguit's Pragmatic Conception of Law
W. Y. Elliott

pp. 639-654
 

The New York Proposal for Municipal Home Rule
Howard Lee McBain

pp. 655-680
 

La Sociologie, sa Nature, Son Contenu, ses Attaches, René Worms
Reviewed by Samuel H. Prince

pp. 681-683
 

Liberalism and Industry, Ramsay Muir

pp. 683-686
 

Contribution a la Theorie Generale de l'Etat Specialement d'apres les Donnees Fournies par le Droit Constitutionnel Francais, R. Carré de Malberg
Reviewed by Frederic A. Ogg

pp. 686-688
 

Diplomatie und Weltkrieg, Julius Andrássy ; Diplomacy and the War, Julius Andrássy and J. H. Reece
Reviewed by Bernadotte E. Schmitt

pp. 689-691
 

The Myth of a Guilty Nation, Albert Jay Nock
Reviewed by O. P. Chitwood

pp. 691-693
 

Immortal Italy, Edgar Ansel Mowrer
Reviewed by Charles E. Merriam

pp. 693-694
 

The Great Adventure at Washington: The Story of the Conference, Mark Sullivan
Reviewed by Raymond Leslie Buell

pp. 694-698
 

A Short History of the British Commonwealth, Ramsay Muir
Reviewed by Arthur Lyon Cross

pp. 698-699
 

The Influence of the Sea on the Political History of Japan, G. A. Ballard
Reviewed by E. T. Williams

pp. 699-702
 

Life of Robert, Marquis of Salisbury, Gwendolen Cecil
Reviewed by R. L. Schuyler

pp. 702-705
 

Wall Shadows: A Study in American Prisons, Frank Tannenbaum
Reviewed by Harry Elmer Barnes

pp. 705-707
 

The Evolution of World Peace, F. S. Marvin
Reviewed by H. M. Kallen

pp. 707-710
 

Employers' Association in the United States, Clarence E. Bonnet ; Health Service in Industry, W. Irving Clark ; Government and Industry, C. Delisle Burns ; Forms, Records and Reports in Personnel Administration, C. L. Hitchcock ; Management, A Study of Industrial Organization, John Lee ; Industrial Fatigue and Efficiency, H. M. Vernon ; Practical Psychology for Business Executives, Lionel D. Edie
Reviewed by Ordway Tead

pp. 710-713
 

Railroads and Government: Their Relation in the United States, 1910-1921, Frank Haigh Dixon
Reviewed by A. M. Sakolski

pp. 713-714
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