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Volume 63 - Number 1 - March 1948

 

Thomas W. Lamont

p. 0
 

Czechoslovakia, Poland, Yugoslavia: Observations and Reflections
Philip E. Mosely

pp. 1-15
 

National Planning of Internal Improvements
Carter Goodrich

pp. 16-44
 

The Position and Prospects of the Communists in France
Vernon Van Dyke

pp. 45-81
 

The Business Cycle: Psychological Approaches
Samuel P. Hayes

pp. 82-98
 

Monetary and Fiscal Policy in Post-Liberation Austria: A Case Study of Financial Reconstruction in Post-War Europe
Fred H. Klopstock

pp. 99-124
 

World War II: The Post-Mortem Continues
John D. Millett

pp. 125-133
 

John Bassett Moore

pp. 159-160
 

The Only Way: How Can the Germans be Cured?, Karl Barth ; The Problem of Germany, Carl E. Schorske, Hoyt Price and Allen W. Dulles ; The Solution of the German Problem, E. W. Dickes and Wilhelm Röpke
Reviewed by Eugene O. Golob

pp. 134-138
 

The European Cockpit, William Henry Chamberlin
Reviewed by Gordon A. Craig

pp. 138-139
 

The Struggle for the World, James Burnham
Reviewed by Jesse D. Clarkson

pp. 139-141
 

Report on the Germans, W. L. White
Reviewed by Louis L. Snyder

pp. 141-143
 

Russia's Postwar Economy, Harry Schwartz
Reviewed by Alexander Gerschenkron

pp. 143-145
 

The Development of the Soviet Economic System: An Essay on the Experience of Planning in the U.S.S.R, Alexander Baykov
Reviewed by Michael T. Florinsky

pp. 145-146
 

Soviet Foreign Trade, Alexander Baykov
Reviewed by Abram Bergson

pp. 147-148
 

The Future of Australian Federalism: A Commentary on the Working of the Constitution, Gordon Greenwood ; American-Australian Relations, Werner Levi
Reviewed by C. Hartley Grattan

pp. 148-150
 

Puerto Rican Paradox, Vincenzo Petrullo ; The Striken Land: The Story of Puerto Rico, Rexford Guy Tugwell
Reviewed by Arturo Morales

pp. 151-152
 

Elements of Democratic Government, J. A. Corry
Reviewed by Thomas P. Peardon

pp. 153-154
 

The Battle of the Atlantic, 1939-May 1943. Volume I of History of United States Naval Operations in World War II, Samuel Eliot Morison and Dudley Wright Knox
Reviewed by Ralph Adams Brown

pp. 154-156
 

French Personalities and Problems, D. W. Brogan
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 156-158
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