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Volume 43 - Number 4 - December 1928

 

Reflections on Farm Relief
R. G. Tugwell

pp. 481-497
 

German Governmental Influence on Foreign Investments, 1871-1915

pp. 498-519
 

Erasmus on Political Ethics: The Institutio Principis Christiani
Lester K. Born

pp. 520-543
 

The Emperor's Attempt to Reform the Chinese Government in the Summer of 1898
Borton Butcher

pp. 544-565
 

Missionaries and Politics in China--The Taiping Rebellion
John B. Littell

pp. 566-599
 

L'Aventure Italienne; Legendes et Realites, Silvio Trentin ; Italy and Fascismo, Luigi Sturzo and Barbara Barclay Carter ; The Fascist Dictatorship in Italy, Gaetano Salvemini ; Fascism, Giuseppe Prezzolini and Kathleen Macmillan ; International Economic and Political Problems of the Day and Some Aspects of Fascism, Tommaso Tittoni and Baron Bernardo Quaranta
Reviewed by W. Y. Elliott

pp. 600-604
 

Prohibition: Its Industrial and Economic Aspects, Herman Feldman
Reviewed by Irving Fisher

pp. 605-608
 

The Reserve Banks and the Money Market, W. Randolph Burgess
Reviewed by H. Parker Willis

pp. 608-612
 

Tammany Hall, M. R. Werner ; "Boss" Tweed, Denis T. Lynch ; Al Smith's Tammany Hall, William H. Allen
Reviewed by Joseph McGoldrick

pp. 612-614
 

Survey of International Affairs: 1925. Volume I. The Islamic World since the Peace Settlement, Arnold J. Toynbee and C. A. Macartney
Reviewed by Kenneth P. Kirkwood

pp. 614-616
 

Principes de Science des Finances, Francesco Nitti and Stefan Freund
Reviewed by Henry Raymond Mussey

pp. 617-619
 

The White Man's Dilemma, Nathanial Peffer
Reviewed by Lyle W. Cooper

pp. 619-621
 

Lord Grey and the World War, Hermann Lutz and E. W. Dickes ; England's Holy War, Irene Cooper Willis
Reviewed by F. R. Flournoy

pp. 622-626
 

Tests of a Foreign Government Bond, Ernest Minor Patterson
Reviewed by Max Winkler

pp. 626-629
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