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Volume 66 - Number 2 - June 1951

 

Economic and Political Factors Affecting Trade Between Eastern and Western Europe
Daniel Marx

pp. 161-190
 

Political Organization of the Refugees and Expellees in West Germany

pp. 191-215
 

Productivity and Economics
Jean Fourastié

pp. 216-225
 

The Trusteeship Council: Its First Three Years
Sherman S. Hayden

pp. 226-247
 

The Struggle for Land and the "Irrepressible Conflict"
Paul W. Gates

pp. 248-271
 

New Light on the Political Thought of Rousseau
Alfred Cobban

pp. 272-284
 

The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923. A History of Soviet Russia. Vol. I, Edward Hallett Carr
Reviewed by Michael T. Florinsky

pp. 286-290
 

The Origins of Totalitarianism, Hannah Arendt
Reviewed by Thomas I. Cook

pp. 290-293
 

Soviet Imperialism: Russia's Drive Toward World Domination, E. Day Carman
Reviewed by Frederick C. Barghoorn

pp. 294-295
 

Policy for the West, Barbara Ward
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 295-297
 

Monopoly and Free Enterprise, Myron W. Watkins and George W. Stocking
Reviewed by Donald W. O'Connell

pp. 297-299
 

The 1950's Come First, Edwin G. Nourse
Reviewed by William N. Loucks

pp. 300-302
 

War and Human Progress: An Essay on the Rise of Industrial Civilization, John U. Nef
Reviewed by Frederick S. Dunn

pp. 302-303
 

Scandinavia--Between East and West, Henning Friis
Reviewed by Samuel Abrahamsen

pp. 304-305
 

Die Beziehungen Zwischen Deutschland und der Sowjetunion, 1939-1941: Dokumente des Auswartigen Amtes, Alfred Seidl

pp. 305-307
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