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Volume 6 - Number 2 - June 1891

 

The Political Ideas of the Puritans. II.
Herbert L. Osgood

pp. 201-231
 

South Carolina During the Nullification Struggle
Gaillard Hunt

pp. 232-247
 

The Control of National Expenditures.
E. I. Renick

pp. 248-281
 

The Present Farmers' Movement.
Frank M. Drew

pp. 282-310
 

Bimetallism in France.
Horace White

pp. 311-337
 

Federal Government and International Responsibility
John W. Burgess

pp. 338-346
 

Record of Political Events

pp. 377-400
 

L'Etat Moderne et ses Fonctions, Paul Leroy Beaulieu
Reviewed by Richmond Mayo-Smith

pp. 347-348
 

Zum Sozialen Frieden, Gerhart von Schulze-Gaevernitz

pp. 348-350
 

The Conflicts of Capital and Labour, George Howell
Reviewed by Edward G. Bourne

pp. 351-352
 

Arbeitseinstellungen und Fortbildung des Arbeitsvertrags, E. Auerbach, W. Lotz and F. Zahn
Reviewed by L. Katzenstein

pp. 353-354
 

Crime and its Causes, William Douglas Morrison ; The Elmira Reformatory, Alexander Winter ; The Death Penalty, Andrew J. Palm
Reviewed by S. F. Weston

pp. 355-357
 

A State Iniquity: Its Rise, Extension and Overthrow, Benjamin Scott
Reviewed by A. G. Warner

pp. 357-358
 

The Colonies, 1492-1750, Reuben Gold Thwaites
Reviewed by H. L. Osgood

pp. 361-362
 

The Genesis of the United States, Alexander Brown
Reviewed by H. L. Osgood

pp. 363-365
 

Journal of William Maclay, United States Senator from Pennsylvania, 1789- 1791, Edgar S. Maclay
Reviewed by W. P. Trent

pp. 365-366
 

The Intercourse between the United States and Japan, Inazo Nitobe ; Commentaries on the Constitution of the Empire of Japan, Count Hirobumi Ito and Miyati Ito ; Japan and the Pacific, and a Japanese View of the Eastern Question, Manjiro Inagaki
Reviewed by Gaillard Hunt

pp. 367-369
 

An Historical Geography of the British Colonies, C. P. Lucas
Reviewed by H. L. Osgood

pp. 369-371
 

Les Communes Francaises a l'Epoque des Capetiens Directs, Achille Luchaire

pp. 371-373
 

The Scope and Method of Political Economy, John Neville Keynes
Reviewed by Jeremiah W. Jenks

pp. 375-376
 

The Economic Journal, F. Y. Edgeworth

p. 376
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