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Volume 14 - Number 2 - June 1899

 

Problems of an Inter-Oceanic Canal
G. L. Rives

pp. 189-210
 

England's Commercial Policy Towards her Colonies since the Treaty of Paris. II
John Davidson

pp. 211-239
 

British Imperialism and the Reform of the Civil Service
George Elliott Howard

pp. 240-250
 

Connecticut as a Corporate Colony
Herbert L. Osgood

pp. 251-280
 

Prices in the Confederate States, 1861-65
John Christopher Schwab

pp. 281-304
 

The Distribution of Property Taxes Between City and Country. I
Max West

pp. 305-324
 

Record of Political Events
Munroe Smith

pp. 357-388
 

Railway Economics, H. T. Newcomb
Reviewed by Frank H. Dixon

pp. 328-331
 

Economics, Edward Thorn Devine
Reviewed by John B. Clark

pp. 331-332
 

Money and Bimetallism: A Study of the Uses and Operation of Money and Credit, with a Critical Analysis of Bimetallism and a Study of Symmetallism, Henry A. Miller
Reviewed by F. W. Taussig

pp. 332-333
 

Fields, Factories and Workshops, P. Krapotkin

pp. 335-337
 

The Truth about Agricultural Depression: An Economic Study of the Evidence of the Royal Commission, Francis Allston Channing
Reviewed by J. H. Hollander

pp. 337-339
 

An Essay on Western Civilization in its Economic Aspects: Ancient Times, W. Cunningham
Reviewed by Lindley M. Keasbey

pp. 339-340
 

Roman Society in the Last Century of the Western Empire, Samuel Dill

pp. 340-342
 

A Short History of the Saracens, Ameer Ali
Reviewed by Dana C. Munro

pp. 342-343
 

Etude sur la Propriete Fonciere dans les Villes du Moyen-age et Specialement en Flandres, Guillaume des Marez
Reviewed by Charles M. Andrews

pp. 343-345
 

The Science of Law and Lawmaking, R. Floyd Clarke
Reviewed by Munroe Smith

pp. 347-348
 

The Referendum in Switzerland, Simon Deploige, M. J. van den Heuvel, C. P. Trevelyan and Lilian Tomn
Reviewed by Richard Hudson

pp. 348-350
 

Democracy: A Study of Government, James H. Hyslop
Reviewed by Henry Jones Ford

pp. 350-351
 

Studies in International Law, Thomas Erskine Holland
Reviewed by J. B. Moore

pp. 352-353
 

La Guerre Sino-Japonaise au point de vue du droit International, Nagao Ariga ; Cases on International Law during the Chino-Japanese War, Sakuyé Takahashi
Reviewed by J. B. Moore

pp. 353-355
 

La Doctrine de Monroe: L'evolution de la Politique des Etats-Unis au XIX siecle, Maurice D. de Beaumarchais
Reviewed by Frederic Bancroft

pp. 355-356
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