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Volume 60 - Number 1 - March 1945

 

Economic Controls After the War
Oscar Lange

pp. 1-13
 

The Aluminum Monopoly and the War
Charlotte Muller

pp. 14-43
 

The Origins of Middle Western Isolationism
Ray Allen Billington

pp. 44-64
 

Steps Toward Electoral Reform in Great Britain
John A. Perkins

pp. 65-78
 

Beginnings of an Australasian Pacific Policy
Donald C. Gordon

pp. 79-89
 

Military Government in the Pacific: Initial Phase
Russell I. Thackrey

pp. 90-99
 

Critics of "Bureaucracy"
Herman Finer

pp. 100-112
 

The Economics of Control: Principles of Welfare Economics, Abba P. Lerner
Reviewed by George J. Stigler

pp. 113-115
 

The Sinews of Peace, Herbert Feis
Reviewed by Theodore H. Boggs

pp. 115-117
 

World Economic Development: Effects on Advanced Industrial Countries, Eugene Staley
Reviewed by Wroe Alderson

pp. 118-119
 

War and Its Causes, L. L. Bernard
Reviewed by Louis L. Snyder

pp. 119-121
 

The Liquidation of War Production, A. D. H. Kaplan
Reviewed by Henry W. Spiegel

pp. 121-123
 

Gold and the Gold Standard: The Story of Gold Money, Past, Present and Future, Edwin Walter Kemmerer
Reviewed by Walter E. Spahr

pp. 123-124
 

Foreign Policy Begins at Home, James P. Warburg
Reviewed by Leland M. Goodrich

pp. 125-127
 

Our Settlement with Germany, H. N. Brailsford
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 127-128
 

War Criminals: Their Prosecution and Punishment, Sheldon Glueck
Reviewed by Glenn E. Hoover

pp. 128-129
 

Omnipotent Government: The Rise of the Total State and Total War, Ludwig von Mises
Reviewed by T. P. Peardon

pp. 130-131
 

The Gentlemen Talk of Peace, William B. Ziff
Reviewed by Joseph S. Roucek

pp. 131-133
 

Strategy of Peace, Henry M. Wriston
Reviewed by James W. Ryan

pp. 133-135
 

The Idea of Nationalism: A Study in Its Origins and Background, Hans Kohn
Reviewed by Robert R. Ergang

pp. 135-137
 

British Colonial Theories, 1570-1850, H. A. Innis and Klaus E. Knorr
Reviewed by Taraknath Das

pp. 137-139
 

The Real Soviet Russia, David J. Dallin and Joseph Shaplen
Reviewed by Michael T. Florinsky

pp. 139-141
 

The Scandinavian Countries, 1720-1865, B. J. Hovde
Reviewed by John H. Wuorinen

pp. 141-143
 

China Enters the Machine Age: A Study of Labor in Chinese War Industry, Kuo-Heng Shih and Hsiao-tung Fei ; China's Wartime Politics, 1937-1944, Lawrence K. Rosinger
Reviewed by Paul H. Clyde

pp. 143-144
 

Woodrow Wilson and the Lost Peace, Thomas A. Bailey
Reviewed by Allen R. Foley

pp. 144-145
 

Global Politics, Russell H. Fitzgibbon
Reviewed by Hans W. Weigert

pp. 146-147
 

Parliamentary Representation, J. F. S. Ross
Reviewed by Howard Robinson

pp. 147-148
 

The Land Divided: A History of the Panama Canal and Other Isthmian Canal Projects, Gerstle Mack
Reviewed by Roscoe R. Hill

pp. 148-149
 

The T.V.A.: Lessons for International Application, Herman Finer
Reviewed by James E. Pate

pp. 150-151
 

Sociology of Religion, Joachim Wach
Reviewed by C. Wright Mills

pp. 151-152
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