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Volume 55 - Number 4 - December 1940

 

In Memoriam: Robert E. Chaddock

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National Defense and Political Science
Edward Mead Earle

pp. 481-495
 

The Law and Scientific Method
C. Reinold Noyes

pp. 496-521
 

Entanglement or Non-Entanglement: Is there a Choice?
Nathaniel Peffer

pp. 522-534
 

The Taxation of Excess Profits I
Carl Shoup

pp. 535-555
 

Who Makes Our Laws?
Charles S. Hyneman

pp. 556-581
 

Constitutional Changes in Yugoslavia
Dinko Tomašić

pp. 582-593
 

The Course of American Democratic Thought: An Intellectual History since 1815, Ralph Henry Gabriel
Reviewed by Merle Curti

pp. 594-596
 

No Compromise: The Conflict between Two Worlds, Melvin Rader
Reviewed by Jacques Barzun

pp. 596-598
 

Parliament, W. Ivor Jennings
Reviewed by Edward McChesney Sait

pp. 598-600
 

Die Hegemonie: Ein Buch von Fuhrenden Staaten, Heinrich Triepel
Reviewed by John H. Herz

pp. 600-602
 

The Earth and the State: A Study of Political Geography, Derwent Whittlesey
Reviewed by Joseph S. Roucek

pp. 602-604
 

Black Workers and the New Unions, Horace R. Cayton and George S. Mitchell
Reviewed by Henry David

pp. 604-606
 

The Ending of Hereditary American Fortunes, Gustavus Myers
Reviewed by E. G. Campbell

pp. 606-607
 

The Way Forward: The American Trade Agreements Program, Francis Bowes Sayre
Reviewed by Richard C. Snyder

pp. 607-609
 

Developments and Issues in the Theory of Rent, Carl Rollinson Bye
Reviewed by William N. Loucks

pp. 609-610
 

Japanese Industry: Its Recent Development and Present Condition, G. C. Allen ; The Problem of Japanese Trade Expansion in the Post-War Situation, Miriam S. Farley
Reviewed by Ben Dorfman

pp. 610-612
 

Stalin's Russia and the Crisis in Socialism, Max Eastman
Reviewed by Joseph Carwell

pp. 615-617
 

Samuel Jones Tilden: A Study in Political Sagacity, Alexander C. Flick and Gustav S. Lobrano
Reviewed by James Kirk Eads

pp. 617-619
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