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Volume 5 - Number 4 - December 1890

 

Henry C. Carey and his Social System
Charles H. Levermore

pp. 553-582
 

The Evolution of Copyright
Brander Matthews

pp. 583-602
 

The Economic Schools and the Teaching of Political Economy in France
Charles Gide

pp. 603-635
 

The Taxation of Corporations. III

pp. 636-676
 

Hermann Von Holst
Albert Bushnell Hart

pp. 677-687
 

Record of Political Events

pp. 726-748
 

The Negro in Maryland, Jeffrey R. Brackett ; Notes on the Progress of the Colored People of Maryland since the War:, Jeffrey R. Brackett ; The Plantation Negro as a Freeman, Philip A. Bruce ; The Negro Question, George W. Cable
Reviewed by Frederic Bancroft

pp. 688-692
 

The Union-State: A Letter to Our States-Rights Friend, John C. Hurd

pp. 692-694
 

The Veto Power, Albert Bushnell Hart and Edward Campbell Mason
Reviewed by W. P. Trent

pp. 695-696
 

Essays in the Constitutional History of the United States in the Formative Period, 1775-1789, J. Franklin Jameson
Reviewed by Robert Weil

pp. 696-697
 

History of the United States of America During the First Administration of James Madison, Henry Adams
Reviewed by Worthington Chauncey Ford

pp. 697-699
 

Preussisches Staatsrecht, Conrad Bornhak

pp. 699-700
 

Commentaries on the Law of Municipal Corporations, John F. Dillon
Reviewed by George E. Howard

pp. 700-702
 

De l'Execution des Jugements Etrangers dans les Divers Pays, Charles Constant
Reviewed by John Bassett Moore

pp. 702-704
 

History of the New York Property Tax, John Christopher Schwab

pp. 705-706
 

Freiland, Theodor Hertzka
Reviewed by Jeremiah W. Jenks

pp. 706-708
 

The Economic Basis of Protection, Simon N. Patten
Reviewed by Henry C. Adams

pp. 710-713
 

Die Steuern der Schweiz in ihrer Entwickelung seit Beginn des 19. Jahrhunderts, Georg Schanz

pp. 713-716
 

Analisi della Proprieta Capitalista, Achille Loria

pp. 717-719
 

Le Socialisme d'Etat et la Reforme Sociale, Claudio Jannet ; Ferdinand Lassalle: Sein Leben und Wirken, Adolph Kohut

pp. 719-722
 

Economic and Social History of New England, 1620-1789, William B. Weeden
Reviewed by H. L. Osgood

pp. 722-724
 

La Vie Politique a l'Etranger: 1889, Ernest Lavisse

pp. 724-725
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