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Volume 19 - Number 3 - September 1904

 

The Electoral System
James Rood Doolittle, Paul Lelord Haworth

pp. 369-375
 

Monopoly and Tariff Reduction
John Bates Clark

pp. 376-390
 

Municipal Accounts
Frederick A. Cleveland

pp. 391-401
 

The Cleveland Plan of School Administration
S. P. Orth

pp. 402-416
 

Street Labor and Juvenile Delinquency
Josephine C. Goldmark

pp. 417-438
 

The Cession of Louisiana to Spain
William R. Shepherd

pp. 439-458
 

Egypt and England

pp. 459-484
 

A History of Mediaeval Political Theory in the West, R. W. Carlyle and A. J. Carlyle ; A History of Mediaeval Political Theory in the West: The Second Century to the Ninth, A. J. Carlyle ; The Development of European Polity, Henry Sidgwick ; The Political Theories of the Ancient World, W. W. Willoughby

pp. 485-491
 

Local Government in England, Joseph Redlich and Francis W. Hirst
Reviewed by John A. Fairlie

pp. 491-494
 

A Treatise on International Law, William Edward Hall and J. B. Atlay
Reviewed by J. F. Barnett

pp. 494-496
 

A History of Modern England, Herbert Paul
Reviewed by W. Roy Smith

pp. 496-500
 

American History and its Geographic Conditions, Ellen Churchill Semple ; Geographic Influences in American History, Albert P. Brigham
Reviewed by Lindley M. Keasbey

pp. 501-502
 

Insurance and Crime, Alexander Colin Campbell
Reviewed by Allan H. Willett

pp. 505-508
 

Municipal Trade, Leonard Darwin
Reviewed by John H. Gray

pp. 508-511
 

The Tenement House Problem, Robert W. deForest and Lawrence Veiller ; First Report of the Tenement House Department of the City of New York, Robert W. deForest
Reviewed by Henry R. Seager

pp. 511-514
 

The Adjustment of Wages: A Study in the Coal and Iron Industries of Great Britain and America, W. J. Ashley
Reviewed by J. E. George

pp. 515-519
 

The Anthracite Coal Communities, Peter Roberts ; The Slav Invasion and the Mine Workers, Frank Julian Warne
Reviewed by Franklin H. Giddings

pp. 519-521
 

Women in the Printing Trades, F. Y. Edgeworth and J. Ramsay McDonald ; Women under the Factory Act, Nora Vynne and Helen Blackburn
Reviewed by Florence Kelley

pp. 521-524
 

Elements of Political Economy, James Bonar
Reviewed by Jacob H. Hollander

pp. 524-525
 

History of Coinage and Currency in the United States, and the Perennial Contest for Sound Money, A. Barton Hepburn
Reviewed by Davis R. Dewey

pp. 525-527
 

Cartells et Trusts, Martin Saint-LĂ©on
Reviewed by J. E. LeRossignol

pp. 527-529
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