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Volume 17 - Number 1 - March 1902


The Charter of the City of New York
Frank J. Goodnow

pp. 1-23

The Political Theory of Jefferson
C. E. Merriam

pp. 24-45

Cromwell's Policy in its Economic Aspects. II
George Louis Beer

pp. 46-70

The Economic Interpretation of History. II

pp. 71-98

The Economy of Russia
Worthington Chauncey Ford

pp. 99-124

Taxation in the Philippines. II
Carl C. Plehn

pp. 125-148

The Rights of Man, Lyman Abbott

pp. 149-151

Talks on Civics, Henry Holt
Reviewed by James Breck Perkins

pp. 152-154

American Diplomatic Questions, John B. Henderson
Reviewed by J. B. Moore

pp. 154-156

Lincoln's Plan of Reconstruction, Charles H. McCarthy
Reviewed by David Y. Thomas

pp. 157-160

The History of South Carolina in the Revolution, 1775-1780, Edward McCrady

pp. 160-162

The Transit of Civilization from England to America in the Seventeenth Century, Edward Eggleston
Reviewed by Charles M. Andrews

pp. 162-166

Report of the Industrial Commission on the Distribution of Farm Products, J. F. Crowell
Reviewed by Henry R. Seager

pp. 166-169

Einige Strittige Fragen der Capitalstheorie, Eugen v. Böhm-Bawerk
Reviewed by Frank A. Fetter

pp. 169-173

Il Capitalismo e la Scienza, Achille Loria
Reviewed by Alvin S. Johnson

pp. 173-174

Bankpolitik, Felix Somary

pp. 174-177

About PSQ's Editor

Demetrios James Caraley

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