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Volume 66 - Number 3 - September 1951

 

Notes on a Theory of Advice
Lyman Bryson

pp. 321-339
 

The New Face of Algeria: Part I
L. Gray Cowan

pp. 340-365
 

The Union Work Permit
Herbert J. Lahne

pp. 366-399
 

Economic Liberty and the State
Robert L. Hale

pp. 400-410
 

Local Government Planning of Internal Improvements
Carter Goodrich

pp. 411-445
 

The Road to Pearl Harbor: The Coming of the War Between the United States and Japan, Herbert Feis
Reviewed by R. A. Winnacker

pp. 447-449
 

The New Soviet Empire, David J. Dallin
Reviewed by John N. Hazard

pp. 449-451
 

Russia's Soviet Economy, Harry Schwartz
Reviewed by Otto R. Reischer

pp. 451-453
 

The Soviet Image of the United States: A Study in Distortion, Frederick C. Barghoorn
Reviewed by Max M. Laserson

pp. 453-456
 

Modern France: Problems of the Third and Fourth Republics, Edward Mead Earle
Reviewed by J. P. T. Bury

pp. 456-458
 

War and the Minds of Men, Frederick S. Dunn
Reviewed by Walter R. Sharp

pp. 458-460
 

The Economics of Collective Action, John R. Commons
Reviewed by Sar A. Levitan

pp. 460-461
 

Chief of Staff: Prewar Plans and Preparations, Mark Skinner Watson
Reviewed by John D. Millett

pp. 462-463
 

Freedom, Power, and Democratic Planning, Karl Mannheim
Reviewed by Bernard E. Brown

pp. 463-465
 

Imperialism and Social Classes, Heinz Norden, Paul M. Sweezy and Joseph A. Schumpeter
Reviewed by Horace B. Davis

pp. 465-466
 

Scottish Democracy, 1815-1840: The Social and Intellectual Background, Laurance J. Saunders
Reviewed by J. B. Brebner

pp. 467-468
 

The Social Philosophy of Josiah Royce, Stuart Gerry Brown
Reviewed by Joseph L. Blau

pp. 468-470
 

Peace Can Be Won, Paul G. Hoffman
Reviewed by George T. Matthews

pp. 470-471
 

Taxation in Medieval England, Sydney Knox Mitchell and Sidney Painter
Reviewed by B. Wilkinson

pp. 472-473
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