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Volume 56 - Number 2 - June 1941

 

The New York City Transit System: Public Ownership, Civil Service, and Collective Bargaining
Arthur W. Macmahon

pp. 161-198
 


Robert A. Brady

pp. 199-225
 

The Taxation of Excess Profits III
Carl Shoup

pp. 226-249
 

Experiment in Tariff-Making: Czechoslovakia
Harold S. Diamond

pp. 250-269
 

The Seligman Correspondence II
Joseph Dorfman

pp. 270-286
 

Capital Expansion, Employment, and Economic Stability, George W. Edwards, Harold G. Moulton, Cleona Lewis and James D. Magee
Reviewed by E. E. Agger

pp. 287-289
 

A History of Economic Ideas, Edmund Whittaker
Reviewed by Joseph Dorfman

pp. 289-291
 

Marxism: Is It Science?, Max Eastman
Reviewed by Joseph Carwell

pp. 291-292
 

Monetary Management under the New Deal: The Evolution of a Managed Currency System--Its Problems and Results, Arthur Whipple Crawford
Reviewed by Walter E. Spahr

pp. 293-294
 

The Anatomy of British Sea Power: A History of British Naval Policy in the Pre-Dreadnought Era, 1880-1905, Arthur J. Marder
Reviewed by Harold Sprout

pp. 294-297
 

Versailles Twenty Years After, Paul Birdsall
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 297-299
 

Germany Prepares for War: A Nazi Theory of "National Defense", Ewald Banse
Reviewed by Alfred Vagts

pp. 299-300
 

Juggernaut over Holland: The Dutch Foreign Minister's Personal Story of the Invasion of the Netherlands, Eelco N. van Kleffens
Reviewed by Walter Consuelo Langsam

pp. 301-302
 

Japanese Expansion on the Asiatic Continent: A Study in the History of Japan with Special Reference to Her International Relations with China, Korea, and Russia, Yoshi S. Kuno
Reviewed by Paul H. Clyde

pp. 303-304
 

Our Future in Asia, Robert Aura Smith
Reviewed by Knight Biggerstaff

pp. 304-305
 

Frontiers of the Northwest: A History of the Upper Missouri Valley, Harold E. Briggs
Reviewed by John Perry Pritchett

pp. 306-307
 

Aliens and the Law: Some Legal Aspects of the National Treatment of Aliens in the United States, William Marion Gibson
Reviewed by Richard W. Flournoy

pp. 307-308
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