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Volume 38 - Number 4 - December 1923

 

Soviet Russia and Federated Russia

pp. 529-551
 

The Zemstvo System and Local Government in Russia, 1917-1922
Paul P. Gronsky

pp. 552-568
 

Compulsory Voting
William A. Robson

pp. 569-577
 

Modern French Views on the Doctrine of the Separation of Powers I
R. K. Gooch

pp. 578-601
 

Parliamentary Commissions in France II
Lindsay Rogers

pp. 602-635
 

On Methods in the Study of Politics I
A. Gordon Dewey

pp. 636-651
 

Proportional Representation in Cleveland
Raymond Moley

pp. 652-669
 

Die Deutsche Revolution, Eduard Bernstein
Reviewed by Munroe Smith

pp. 670-673
 

The Decay of Capitalist Civilization, Sidney Webb and Beatrice Webb
Reviewed by John R. Commons

pp. 674-676
 

Restoration of the World's Currencies, R. A. Lehfeldt
Reviewed by William Trufant Foster

pp. 678-681
 

History of Modern Europe, 1878-1919, G. P. Gooch
Reviewed by S. A. Korff

pp. 681-684
 

Costs and Profits: Their Relation to Business Cycles, Hudson Bridge Hastings
Reviewed by Wesley C. Mitchell

pp. 684-686
 

Les Idees Politiques en France au XVII Siecle, Henri Sée
Reviewed by Charles E. Merriam

pp. 686-687
 

The Causes and Character of the American Revolution, H. E. Egerton
Reviewed by R. L. Schuyler

pp. 687-689
 

Socialism and Character, Henry Sturt
Reviewed by Paul H. Douglas

pp. 692-694
 

The Control of Wages, Walton Hamilton and Stacy May
Reviewed by Ordway Tead

pp. 694-696
 

The Middle Ages, Elizabeth O'Neill
Reviewed by Austin P. Evans

pp. 696-698
 

Au Canada, M. Gabriel Hanotaux, Maréchal Fayolle, Albert Besnard, Jean Brunhes, Comtesse de Bryas, J. dal Piaz, Sénateur Dandurand, J. L. Gilmour, M. Guénard, F. Guillotel, G. Louis-Jaray, Comte de Massignac, G. Menier, Ferdinand Roy and M. Webster
Reviewed by Reginald G. Trotter

pp. 698-700
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