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Volume 59 - Number 3 - September 1944

 

An American Dilemma
Frank Tannenbaum

pp. 321-340
 

Transition to Democracy in Germany?
Sigmund Neumann

pp. 341-362
 

The French Situation: A French View
Henri Peyre

pp. 363-387
 

Social Insurance in Nazi-Controlled Countries
Erna Magnus

pp. 388-419
 

Abraham Lincoln becomes a Republican
Reinhard H. Luthin

pp. 420-438
 

How New Will the Better World Be?: A Discussion of Post-War Reconstruction, Carl L. Becker
Reviewed by Raymond J. Sontag

pp. 439-440
 

Bread and Democracy in Germany, Alexander Gerschenkron
Reviewed by Antonin Basch

pp. 440-443
 

Germany after Hitler, Paul Hagen
Reviewed by Hans Ernest Fried

pp. 443-445
 

The German Army, Herbert Rosinski
Reviewed by T. H. Thomas

pp. 446-447
 

Why the United States Fights against Hitlerite Germany, Alexander A. Troyanovsky
Reviewed by Charles Prince

pp. 448-450
 

American Diplomacy in Action: A Series of Case Studies, Richard W. Van Alstyne
Reviewed by Dexter Perkins

pp. 450-452
 

The American Senate and World Peace, Kenneth Colegrove
Reviewed by Jonathan Mitchell

pp. 452-453
 

The Road to Teheran: The Story of Russia and America, 1781-1943, Foster Rhea Dulles
Reviewed by George Vernadsky

pp. 453-454
 

Dominion of the North: A History of Canada, Donald Grant Creighton
Reviewed by J. B. Brebner

pp. 455-456
 

The Establishment of Constitutional Government in Bulgaria, C. E. Black
Reviewed by Vernon J. Puryear

pp. 456-457
 

The Italian Conception of International Law, Angelo Piero Sereni
Reviewed by Norman J. Padelford

pp. 458-459
 

The Early History of Deposit Banking in Mediterranean Europe. Vol. 1. Part I: The Structure and Functions of the Early Credit System; Part II: Banking in Catalonia, 1240-1723, Abbott Payson Usher
Reviewed by Robert Sabatino Lopez

pp. 459-460
 

Man the Measure: A New Approach to History, Erich Kahler
Reviewed by Donald J. Pierce

pp. 463-464
 

The Theme of Plato's Republic, Robert G. Hoerber
Reviewed by Kurt von Fritz

pp. 464-467
 

The Church and the Liberal Society, Emmet John Hughes
Reviewed by A. Paul Levack

pp. 467-469
 

The Vatican and the War, Camille M. Cianfarra
Reviewed by C. Grove Haines

pp. 469-470
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