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Volume 63 - Number 3 - September 1948

 

Democracy Losing by Default
Nathaniel Peffer

pp. 321-341
 

The Supreme Court and the Capacity to Govern
Vincent M. Barnett

pp. 342-367
 

The Soviet Approach to International Trade
Willis C. Armstrong

pp. 368-382
 

The Reform of the Vice-Presidency
Clinton L. Rossiter

pp. 383-403
 

The Entrepreneur's Role in Introducing the Sound Motion Picture
Joel Swensen

pp. 404-423
 

The Spanish Story, Herbert Feis

pp. 424-429
 

The Disruption of American Democracy, Roy Franklin Nichols
Reviewed by Glyndon G. Van Deusen

pp. 429-431
 

The Federalists: A Study in Administrative History, Leonard D. White
Reviewed by W. R. Waterman

pp. 431-433
 

The United States and the Caribbean, Dexter Perkins ; The United States and South America: The Northern Republics, Arthur P. Whitaker
Reviewed by Charles C. Griffin

pp. 433-435
 

The United States in World Affairs, 1945-1947, John C. Campbell and John Foster Dulles
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 435-437
 

The Government of Canada, Robert MacGregor Dawson
Reviewed by Thomas P. Peardon

pp. 437-439
 

Confessions of a Congressman, Jerry Voorhis
Reviewed by Robert W. Binkley

pp. 439-440
 

The American People: A Study in National Character, Geoffrey Gorer
Reviewed by Richard Hofstadter

pp. 440-442
 

Francis Lieber: Nineteenth-Century Liberal, Frank Freidel
Reviewed by Merle Curti

pp. 442-444
 

An Introduction to the History of Sociology, Harry Elmer Barnes
Reviewed by Howard W. Odum

pp. 444-446
 

The Administrative State: A Study of the Political Theory of American Public Administration, Dwight Waldo ; Freedom and the Administrative State, Joseph Rosenfarb
Reviewed by John D. Millett

pp. 447-450
 

Peace or Power, Harold Butler
Reviewed by C. Grove Haines

pp. 451-452
 

The Origins of Modern Russia, Jan Kucharzewski
Reviewed by Theodore H. Von Laue

pp. 452-454
 

Russia in Flux, John Maynard and S. Haden Guest
Reviewed by John Shelton Curtiss

pp. 454-455
 

Theorie und Praxis der Modernen Einkommenbesteuerung, Fritz Neumark
Reviewed by Carl S. Shoup

pp. 456-457
 

The British Post Office: A History, Howard Robinson
Reviewed by J. B. Brebner

pp. 458-459
 

Patterns of Union-Management Relations, Frederick H. Harbison and Robert Dubin
Reviewed by Herbert J. Lahne

pp. 459-461
 

Insights into Labor Issues, Richard A. Lester and Joseph Shister
Reviewed by Sar A. Levitan

pp. 462-463
 

Balance of Power: The Negro Vote, Henry Lee Moon
Reviewed by Samuel Abrahams

pp. 464-465
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