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Volume 13 - Number 4 - December 1898

 

Imperialism?
Franklin H. Giddings

pp. 585-605
 

The Federal Bankruptcy Law
S. Whitney Dunscomb

pp. 606-616
 

Railroad Control in Nebraska
Frank Haigh Dixon

pp. 617-647
 

Slavery in Early Texas. II
Lester G. Bugbee

pp. 648-668
 

Land-Tenure in Ancient India
E. Washburn Hopkins

pp. 669-686
 

France of To-day
James Harvey Robinson

pp. 687-693
 

A Study of Trade Unionism
J. H. Hollander

pp. 694-704
 

Record of Political Events
Munroe Smith

pp. 745-776
 

Bismarck: Some Secret Pages of his History, Moritz Busch
Reviewed by William M. Sloane

pp. 705-707
 

Township and Borough, Frederick William Maitland
Reviewed by Charles M. Andrews

pp. 707-711
 

Grandeur et Decadence de la Guerre, G. de Molinari

pp. 711-713
 

Industrial Experiments in the British Colonies of North America, Eleanor L. Lord
Reviewed by George Louis Beer

pp. 713-714
 

The History of Mankind, Friedrich Ratzel, A. J. Butler and E. B. Tylor
Reviewed by William Z. Ripley

pp. 715-716
 

Aristocracy and Evolution: A Study of the Rights, the Origin and the Social Functions of the Wealthier Classes, W. H. Mallock
Reviewed by A. V. Hiester

pp. 716-719
 

Karl Marx and the Close of His System: A Criticism, James Bonar, Eugen v. Böhm-Bawerk and Alice M. Macdonald
Reviewed by John B. Clark

pp. 720-723
 

The Science of Political Economy, Henry George
Reviewed by Henry R. Seager

pp. 724-727
 

System der Nationalokonomie, Gustav Cohn

pp. 727-728
 

Report of the Special Committee Appointed to Investigate the Relations between Cities and Towns and Street Railway Companies, Charles Francis Adams, William W. Crapo and Elihu B. Hayes
Reviewed by Max West

pp. 728-732
 

Workingmen's Insurance, W. F. Willoughby
Reviewed by John Graham Brooks

pp. 732-733
 

Studies in Currency, 1898, T. H. Farrer
Reviewed by E. L. Bogart

pp. 733-735
 

Report of the Monetary Commission of the Indianapolis Convention of Boards of Trade, Chambers of Commerce, Commercial Clubs and Other Similar Bodies of the United States, J. Laurence Laughlin
Reviewed by R. M. Breckenridge

pp. 735-738
 

La Bancarotta: Esposizione Teorico-practica e contributo per una riforma Legislativa, Silvio Longhi
Reviewed by S. Whitney Dunscomb

pp. 738-740
 

Municipal History and Present Organization of the City of Chicago, Samuel Edwin Sparling
Reviewed by Milo Roy Maltbie

pp. 740-742
 

The History of English Democratic Ideas in the Seventeenth Century, G. P. Gooch
Reviewed by C. E. Merriam

pp. 742-744
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