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Volume 59 - Number 4 - December 1944

 

The Area of Collective Bargaining
Leo Wolman

pp. 481-488
 

The Bretton Woods Proposal for an International Monetary Fund
B. H. Beckhart

pp. 489-528
 

The Muddle of the Thirties
Frederic Benham

pp. 529-547
 

The Automobile Unions and Negro Labor
Lloyd H. Bailer

pp. 548-577
 

Fulton and the Economics of Invention
Joseph Dorfman

pp. 578-593
 

The Time for Decision, Sumner Welles

pp. 594-598
 

U. S. War Aims, Walter Lippmann
Reviewed by Preston Slosson

pp. 599-601
 

The Road to Foreign Policy, Hugh Gibson
Reviewed by Grayson Kirk

pp. 601-603
 

Russia and the Peace, Bernard Pares
Reviewed by William Henry Chamberlin

pp. 604-607
 

Unfinished Business, Hugh Gibson and Stephen Bonsal
Reviewed by Gordon A. Craig

pp. 607-609
 

The Tyrants' War and the Peoples' Peace, Ferdinand A. Hermens and Robert M. MacIver
Reviewed by Carl J. Friedrich

pp. 610-612
 

Beyond Victory, Jerry Voorhis
Reviewed by Robert A. Brady

pp. 612-613
 

The Nazi Economic System: Germany's Mobilization for War, Otto Nathan and Milton Fried
Reviewed by Alexander F. Kiefer

pp. 614-615
 

Prelude to Silence: The End of the German Republic, Arnold Brecht
Reviewed by George N. Shuster

pp. 615-617
 

Postwar Monetary Plans and Other Essays, John H. Williams
Reviewed by Dudley Dillard

pp. 617-618
 

How to Tell Progress from Reaction: Roads to Industrial Democracy, Manya Gordon
Reviewed by Edwin E. Witte

pp. 619-621
 

The Theory of Economic Progress, C. E. Ayres
Reviewed by A. B. Wolfe

pp. 622-624
 

America Unlimited, Eric Johnston
Reviewed by Seymour E. Harris

pp. 624-626
 

The Settlement of Industrial Disputes, Kurt Braun
Reviewed by William N. Loucks

pp. 627-628
 

Production, Jobs and Taxes, Harold M. Groves
Reviewed by Alfred G. Buehler

pp. 628-630
 

The Great Transformation, Karl Polanyi
Reviewed by Abbott Payson Usher

pp. 630-631
 

The Indian Problem: Report on the Constitutional Problem in India, R. Coupland
Reviewed by Robert Livingston Schuyler

pp. 631-634
 

India Against the Storm, Post Wheeler
Reviewed by Albert E. Kane

pp. 634-635
 

The Use of Presidential Power, 1789-1943, George Fort Milton
Reviewed by Frederic L. Paxson

pp. 637-638
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