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Volume 46 - Number 1 - March 1931

 

Ministerial Instability in France
Lindsay Rogers

pp. 1-24
 

Mussolini's Battle of Wheat
Gaetano Salvemini

pp. 25-40
 

Russia--The Industrial Laboratory
Sam A. Lewisohn

pp. 41-50
 

England's Controversy over the Secret Ballot
Joseph H. Park

pp. 51-86
 

Emile Durkheim and the Philosophy of Nationalism
M. Marion Mitchell

pp. 87-106
 

In Memoriam: Henry Rogers Seager

pp. 107-108
 

The American Leviathan, Charles A. Beard and William Beard
Reviewed by David S. Muzzey

pp. 109-111
 

Cases and Other Materials on International Law, Manley O. Hudson
Reviewed by James Wilford Garner

pp. 114-116
 

The Cambridge History of the British Empire. Volume IV: British India, 1497-1858, H. H. Dodwell
Reviewed by Arthur Lyon Cross

pp. 116-118
 

America and England, Nicholas Roosevelt
Reviewed by Benjamin H. Williams

pp. 118-120
 

The Biography of President von Hindenburg, Rudolph Weterstetten and A. M. K. Watson
Reviewed by Preston Slosson

pp. 120-123
 

The Cooperative Movement in Russia during the War, Eugene M. Kayden and Alexis N. Antsiferov
Reviewed by Geroid Tanquary Robinson

pp. 123-125
 

The Next Ten Years in British Social and Economic Policy, G. D. H. Cole
Reviewed by E. M. Burns

pp. 125-130
 

British Industry Today, Ben M. Selekman and Sylvia Kopald Selekman
Reviewed by P. F. Brissenden

pp. 130-133
 

The Ethical Basis of Political Authority, W. W. Willoughby

pp. 133-136
 

The Evolution of War, Maurice R. Davie ; Social Psychology of International Conduct, George Malcolm Stratton
Reviewed by Walter Sandelius

pp. 137-139
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