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Volume 54 - Number 2 - June 1939

 

"The Menace of the Years"
Bryant Smith

pp. 161-174
 

Does American Labor Stand to Win or Lose by Trade Agreements?
Francis B. Sayre

pp. 175-186
 

Contested Congressional Elections in Recent Years
Vincent M. Barnett

pp. 187-215
 

Strife in the Maritime Industry
Philip Taft

pp. 216-236
 

The Emergence of Unemployment Compensation I
Harry Malisoff

pp. 237-258
 

The Colonial Period of American History, Charles M. Andrews
Reviewed by David S. Muzzey

pp. 259-262
 

The Rise of European Civilization, Charles Seignobos and Catherine Alison Phillips
Reviewed by Charles Woolsey Cole

pp. 262-264
 

The Structure of Social Action, Talcott Parsons ; Bio-Politics, Morley Roberts
Reviewed by George Catlin

pp. 264-266
 

An Economic Program for American Democracy, Seven Harvard and Tufts Economists
Reviewed by Harry D. Gideonse

pp. 266-268
 

The Brandeis Way: A Case Study in the Workings of Democracy, Alpheus Thomas Mason
Reviewed by Benjamin Haggott Beckhart

pp. 268-270
 

Communism, Fascism, or Democracy?, Eduard Heimann
Reviewed by Isidor Ginsburg

pp. 272-274
 

The Contract Clause of the Constitution, Benjamin Fletcher Wright
Reviewed by Carl Brent Swisher

pp. 277-278
 

The Theory of Forward Exchange, Paul Einzig
Reviewed by E. E. Agger

pp. 280-282
 

World Finance, 1935-1937, Paul Einzig
Reviewed by Charles R. Whittlesey

pp. 284-286
 

Out of Revolution: Autobiography of Western Man, Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy
Reviewed by Crane Brinton

pp. 286-288
 

Le Nationalsocialisme Allemand: Ses Doctrines et Leurs Realisations, H. Mankiewicz
Reviewed by Hans Kohn

pp. 288-289
 

Michael Bakunin, E. H. Carr
Reviewed by Samuel Bernstein

pp. 289-291
 

Fascism for Whom?, Max Ascoli and Arthur Feiler
Reviewed by Michael T. Florinsky

pp. 291-293
 

Fascist Economic Policy: An Analysis of Italy's Economic Experiment, William G. Welk
Reviewed by Carl T. Schmidt

pp. 293-295
 

This Is Democracy: Collective Bargaining in Scandinavia, Marquis W. Childs
Reviewed by Andreas Elviken

pp. 296-297
 

The Senate of the United States: Its History and Practice, George H. Haynes
Reviewed by Clarence A. Berdahl

pp. 297-299
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