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Volume 48 - Number 4 - December 1933

 

The Problem of Permanent Representation at the League of Nations
Harold Tobin

pp. 481-512
 

Provisions for Minerals in International Agreements
William P. Rawles

pp. 513-533
 

The Deputies Extraordinary of Commerce and the French Monarchy
F. L. Nussbaum

pp. 534-555
 

The Meaning and Significance of Fascism
Carmen Haider

pp. 556-564
 

Silver Diplomacy
Jeannette P. Nichols

pp. 565-588
 

The Peasant in the French Revolution
Louis Gottschalk

pp. 589-599
 

Public Utility Regulation, William E. Mosher and Finla G. Crawford
Reviewed by Emory R. Johnson

pp. 600-601
 

The Mechanism of the Credit Standard, Hans Glückstadt
Reviewed by H. Parker Willis

pp. 602-604
 

Twenty Years of Federal Reserve Policy, S. E. Harris
Reviewed by James W. Angell

pp. 604-607
 

The Interdependent World and Its Problems, Ramsay Muir
Reviewed by Pitman B. Potter

pp. 607-608
 

Die Anglo-Russische Entente: 1903-1907, Ludwig Poltz
Reviewed by Bernadotte E. Schmitt

pp. 609-610
 

The Internal Debts of the United States, Evans Clark
Reviewed by Hastings Lyon

pp. 610-614
 

The Natural Laws of Social Convulsion, Sidney A. Reeve
Reviewed by Henry E. Bourne

pp. 614-616
 

Economic Development in Modern Europe, Clive Day
Reviewed by Abbott Payson Usher

pp. 616-617
 

Diritto Coloniale Italiano, Ernesto Cucinotta
Reviewed by Robert Gale Woolbert

pp. 618-619
 

Political Science, Raymond Garfield Gettell
Reviewed by R. K. Gooch

pp. 619-621
 

British Industries and Their Organization, G. C. Allen
Reviewed by John Donaldson

pp. 621-624
 

A History of Greek Public Finance, A. M. Andreades and Carroll N. Brown
Reviewed by William Linn Westermann

pp. 624-626
 

Monetary Problems of the British Empire, S. E. Harris
Reviewed by H. Parker Willis

pp. 626-629
 

The Eighteenth Amendment and Our Foreign Relations, Robert L. Jones
Reviewed by Philip C. Jessup

pp. 629-630
 

Population Trends in the United States, Warren S. Thompson and P. K. Whelpton
Reviewed by Robert E. Chaddock

pp. 630-632
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