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Volume 20 - Number 1 - March 1905

 

Our Monetary Equilibrium
Horace White

pp. 1-12
 

The Law Concerning Monopolistic Combinations in Continental Europe
Francis Walker

pp. 13-41
 

The Taxation of Franchises in California
Carl C. Plehn

pp. 42-52
 

Suffrage Limitations at the South
Francis G. Caffey

pp. 53-67
 

Police Removals and the Courts
Clay Lawrence

pp. 68-90
 

The Scottish Church Case
John Davidson

pp. 91-110
 

Russia's Struggle with Autocracy
Vladimir G. Simkhovitch

pp. 111-139
 

Mass and Class: A Survey of Social Divisions, W. J. Ghent
Reviewed by Edmond Kelly

pp. 140-141
 

The Theory of Business Enterprise, Thorstein Veblen
Reviewed by T. N. Carver

pp. 141-143
 

Eisen- und Stahlindustrie, Oskar Stillich
Reviewed by Henry W. Macrosty

pp. 143-145
 

Modern Tariff History: Germany, United States, France, R. B. Haldane and Percy Ashley
Reviewed by Henry W. Macrosty

pp. 145-147
 

Trusts of To-day, Gilbert Holland Montague
Reviewed by A. S. Johnson

pp. 147-149
 

Recent Literature on Interest: A Supplement to Capital and Interest, William A. Scott, Eugene V. Böhm-Bawerk and Siegmund Feilbogen ; The Nature and Necessity of Interest, G. Cassel
Reviewed by Frank A. Fetter

pp. 149-151
 

L'Interet du Capital, Adolphe Landry
Reviewed by T. N. Carver

pp. 151-153
 

Business Education and Accountancy, Frederick A. Cleveland and Charles Waldo Haskins
Reviewed by D. Earle Burchell

pp. 153-155
 

The Growth of English Industry and Commerce in Modern Times, W. Cunningham
Reviewed by Thomas Walker Page

pp. 155-158
 

The Domesday Boroughs, Adolphus Ballard
Reviewed by Charles Beard

pp. 158-159
 

The Administration of the American Revolutionary Army, Louis Clinton Hatch
Reviewed by Herbert L. Osgood

pp. 159-161
 

Problems of the Present South, Edgar Gardner Murphy
Reviewed by Walter L. Fleming

pp. 161-163
 

A Journey in the Seaboard Slave States in the Years 1853-1854, Frederick Law Olmsted and William P. Trent

pp. 163-164
 

North Carolina: A Study in English Colonial Government, Charles Lee Raper
Reviewed by J. S. Bassett

pp. 164-165
 

Das Wesen der Miniterverantwortlichkeit in Deutschland, Richard Passow
Reviewed by J. W. Garner

pp. 165-166
 

The American Constitutional System, Westel Woodbury Willoughby
Reviewed by James Wilford Garner

pp. 166-168
 

The American City: A Problem in Democracy, Delos F. Wilcox ; Local Government in Scotland, Mabel Atkinson ; Handbook of the Law of Public Corporations, Henry H. Ingersoll ; Proceedings of the Chicago Conference for Good City Government, Clinton Rogers Woodruff
Reviewed by Frank J. Goodnow

pp. 169-174
 

The Government of Maine: Its History and Administration, William MacDonald ; The Government of Minnesota: Its History and Administration, Frank L. McVey
Reviewed by Milo R. Maltbie

pp. 175-176
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