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Volume 40 - Number 2 - June 1925

 

The Legal Status of the American Colonial City
Howard Lee McBain

pp. 177-200
 

The Technique of Reconstruction as Applied to Hungary
Alzada Comstock

pp. 201-216
 

The Cowes Interview and the Kruger Telegram
Raymond J. Sontag

pp. 217-247
 

Are We Redeeming Our National Debt Too Hastily?
T. David Zukerman

pp. 248-283
 

The British Empire: A Survey in 12 Volumes, Hugh Gunn ; The British Empire: The Story of the Empire, Charles Lucas ; The British Empire: The Constitution Administration, and Laws of the Empire, A. Berriedale Keith ; The British Empire: The Resources of the Empire and their Development, Evans Lewin ; The British Empire: Health Problems of the Empire, Andrew Balfour and Henry Harold Scott
Reviewed by Robert Livingston Schuyler

pp. 284-290
 

A History of the Foreign Policy of the United States, Randolph Greenfield Adams
Reviewed by J. Fred Rippy

pp. 291-293
 

Races, Nations and Classes. The Psychology of Domination and Freedom, Herbert Adolphus Miller
Reviewed by Stuart A. Rice

pp. 293-296
 

Studies in the Economics of Overhead Costs, J. Maurice Clark
Reviewed by Morris A. Copeland

pp. 296-299
 

Through Thirty Years, 1892-1922: A Personal Narrative, Henry Wickham Steed
Reviewed by Bernadotte E. Schmitt

pp. 299-302
 

Essays in Economic Theory, Simon N. Patten and Rexford G. Tugwell
Reviewed by Lionel D. Edie

pp. 302-304
 

Representative Government in Industry, James Myers
Reviewed by Ordway Tead

pp. 304-306
 

Conciliation and Arbitration, R. N. Gilchrist
Reviewed by M. B. Hammond

pp. 306-309
 

The Industrial Worker, 1840-1860, Norman Ware
Reviewed by Gordon S. Watkins

pp. 309-312
 

The Problem of Business Forecasting, William Trufant Foster, Warren M. Persons and Albert J. Hettinger
Reviewed by H. T. Warshow

pp. 312-315
 

Food Production in War, Thomas Hudson Middleton
Reviewed by E. A. Duddy

pp. 315-317
 

Canada's Balance of International Indebtedness, 1900-1913. An Inductive Study in the Theory of International Trade, Jacob Viner
Reviewed by James W. Angell

pp. 320-322
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