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Volume 47 - Number 4 - December 1932

 

The League in Relation to the World Crisis
William E. Rappard

pp. 481-514
 

The Principle of Disorder and Incongruity in Economic Affairs
Lawrence K. Frank

pp. 515-525
 

The Early Development of the Law of Contraband of War I
Philip C. Jessup, Francis Deák

pp. 526-546
 

The Good Offices of the United States During the Sino-Japanese War
Payson J. Treat

pp. 547-575
 

German Political Institutions
Linsay Rogers, Sanford Schwarz, Nicholas S. Kaltchas

pp. 576-601
 

The Soul of America, Arthur Hobson Quinn
Reviewed by James Truslow Adams

pp. 602-604
 

America Faces the Future, Charles A. Beard
Reviewed by Harold U. Faulkner

pp. 605-606
 

The Growth of Political Thought in the West: From the Greeks to the End of the Middle Ages, Charles Howard McIlwain
Reviewed by R. M. MacIver

pp. 606-608
 

Some Aspects of the Tariff Question, F. W. Taussig and H. D. White
Reviewed by James W. Angell

pp. 608-610
 

Japan: An Economic and Financial Appraisal, Harold G. Moulton and Junichi Ko
Reviewed by Nathaniel Peffer

pp. 610-611
 

A Treatise of Commerce, John Wheeler and George Burton Hotchkiss
Reviewed by Abbott Payson Usher

pp. 612-613
 

Germany's Road to Ruin, E. W. Dickes and Karl Friedrich Nowak
Reviewed by Preston Slosson

pp. 613-615
 

Economic Essays and Addresses, A. C. Pigou and Dennis H. Robertson
Reviewed by James W. Angell

pp. 615-617
 

The International City of Tangier, Graham H. Stuart
Reviewed by F. R. Flournoy

pp. 617-618
 

Readings in European International Relations since 1879, W. Henry Cooke and Edith P. Stickney
Reviewed by Waldo E. Stephens

pp. 619-620
 

American Public Finance and Taxation, William J. Shultz
Reviewed by Harvey W. Peck

pp. 620-622
 

Employment and Unemployment in Pre-war and Soviet Russia, Susan M. Kingsbury and Mildred Fairchild ; Social Economic Planning in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, V. V. Obolensky-Ossinsky
Reviewed by Calvin B. Hoover

pp. 622-624
 

Some Aspects of the Theories and Workings of Constitutional Law, W. P. M. Kennedy
Reviewed by Ralph H. Gabriel

pp. 624-625
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