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Volume 65 - Number 3 - September 1950

 

The Physiology of Economic Man
A. T. Poffenberger

pp. 321-334
 

De Gaulle and the R.P.F.
Geoffrey C. Cook

pp. 335-352
 

Chile: A Communist Battleground
S. Cole Blasier

pp. 353-375
 

Harold J. Laski: A Preliminary Analysis
Carroll Hawkins

pp. 376-392
 


Louis H. Orzack

pp. 393-414
 

The United States, the Inter-American System and the United Nations
Edgar S. Furniss

pp. 415-430
 

The Lesson of a Japanese Revolution
Henry F. Graff

pp. 431-440
 

Note on "Did Labor Support Jackson?: The Boston Story"
Robert T. Bower

pp. 441-444
 

The Case of General Yamashita, A. Frank Reel

pp. 446-453
 

Germany's Contribution to European Economic Life: Le Role de l'Allemagne dans l'Economie Europeenne, R. G. Hawtrey, Percy W. Bidwell, Tadeusz Lychowski and J. Van Helmont ; Controle de l'Allemagne: Control of Germany, William Diebold, Louis F. Aubert and Michael Zvegintzov ; Education in Occupied Germany: L'Education de l'Allemagne Occupee, Helen Liddell, Edmond Vermeil and Bogdan Suchodolski ; Les Eglises en Allemagne: The Churches in Germany, Edmond Vermeil, K. J. Hahn and Gabriel Le Bras
Reviewed by Leonard Krieger

pp. 453-456
 

The Twentieth Century: A Mid-way Account of the Western World, Hans Kohn
Reviewed by Quincy Howe

pp. 457-458
 

The Commerce of Nations, J. B. Condliffe
Reviewed by Percy W. Bidwell

pp. 462-464
 

The Problem of Employment Stabilization, Bertil Ohlin
Reviewed by Arthur Smithies

pp. 464-465
 

On Understanding the Supreme Court, Paul A. Freund
Reviewed by Vincent M. Barnett

pp. 465-467
 

The Crisis of the Constitution: An Essay in Constitutional and Political Thought in England, 1603-1645, Margaret A. Judson
Reviewed by Hartley Simpson

pp. 467-468
 

The Elizabethan House of Commons, J. E. Neale
Reviewed by J. H. Hexter

pp. 469-470
 

James II, F. C. Turner
Reviewed by Robert Livingston Schuyler

pp. 470-472
 

The Great War for the Empire: The Victorious Years, 1758-1760. Volume VII of The British Empire before the American Revolution, Lawrence Henry Gipson
Reviewed by Chilton Williamson

pp. 473-474
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