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Volume 16 - Number 4 - December 1901

 

The Finances of Porto Rico
J. H. Hollander

pp. 553-581
 

Cromwell's Policy in its Economic Aspects
George Louis Beer

pp. 582-611
 

The Economic Interpretation of History. I

pp. 612-640
 

Four German Jurists. IV
Munroe Smith

pp. 641-679
 

Taxation in the Philippines. I
Carl C. Plehn

pp. 680-711
 

Record of Political Events
William R. Shepherd

pp. 741-759
 

In Memoriam
Richmond Mayo-Smith

p. 760
 

Elements of American Jurisprudence, William C. Robinson
Reviewed by Munroe Smith

pp. 712-716
 

The Working Constitution of the United Kingdom, Leonard Courtney
Reviewed by Jesse Macy

pp. 717-718
 

Reconstruction in Mississippi, James Wilford Garner
Reviewed by Theodore Clarke Smith

pp. 719-721
 

The Old New York Frontier, Francis Whiting Halsey
Reviewed by Charles Worthen Spencer

pp. 721-723
 

German and Swiss Settlements of Pennsylvania, Oscar Kuhns
Reviewed by A. V. Hiester

pp. 723-726
 

Das Franzosische Gewerberecht und die Schaffung Staatlicher Gesetzgebung und Verwaltung in Frankreich vom Dreizehnten Jahrhundert bis 1581, Gustav Schmoller and Rudolph Eberstadt
Reviewed by Charles M. Andrews

pp. 726-729
 

The Social Problem: Life and Work, J. A. Hobson
Reviewed by T. N. Carver

pp. 731-733
 

La Cooperation: Conferences de Propagande, Charles Gide
Reviewed by Nicholas P. Gilman

pp. 733-734
 

The Evolution of Modern Money, William Warrand Carlile
Reviewed by A. M. Day

pp. 738-740
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