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Volume 68 - Number 1 - March 1953

 

Political Control of Private Incomes and Its Effect Upon Government
E. Parmalee Prentice

pp. 1-16
 

The Vice Presidency
Lucius Wilmerding

pp. 17-41
 

Background for the European Defense Community
Clarence C. Walton

pp. 42-69
 

Freedom Vs. Unity: A Problem in the Theory of Civil Liberty
Charles R. Nixon

pp. 70-88
 

The "Three Clauses" in Hawaiian Labor Agreements
P. F. Brissenden

pp. 89-108
 

The Lynskey Tribunal: The British Method of Dealing with Political Corruption
Madeline R. Robinton

pp. 109-124
 

Modern Nationalities: A Sociological Study, Florian Znaniecki
Reviewed by Robert C. Angell

pp. 126-128
 

The Passing of Parliament, G. W. Keeton
Reviewed by Frederic S. Burin

pp. 129-132
 

British Imperial Trusteeship, 1783-1850, George R. Mellor and Jack Simmons
Reviewed by Robert Livingston Schuyler

pp. 132-134
 

Anatomy of a Satellite, Dana Adams Schmidt
Reviewed by Otakar Odlozilik

pp. 134-137
 

American Russian Relations, 1781-1947, William Appleman Williams
Reviewed by Winton U. Solberg

pp. 137-138
 

The Commonwealth of Australia: The Development of Its Laws and Constitution, G. W. Paton

pp. 140-141
 

Cyclical Movements in the Balance of Payments, T. C. Chang
Reviewed by Ragnar Nurkse

pp. 141-142
 

American Monetary Policy, E. A. Goldenweiser
Reviewed by Jeannette P. Nichols

pp. 143-144
 

A Constitution of Powers in a Secular State, Edward S. Corwin and F. D. G. Ribble
Reviewed by Julius Yanuck

pp. 144-146
 

Uncle Sam in the Pacific Northwest: Federal Management of Natural Resources in the Columbia River Valley, Charles McKinley
Reviewed by John D. Millett

pp. 146-148
 

Due Process of Law, 1932-1949: The Supreme Court's Use of a Constitutional Tool, Virginia Wood
Reviewed by Franklin A. Smith

pp. 148-149
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