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Volume 23 - Number 4 - December 1908

 

Popular Legislation in the United States
John Bell Sanborn

pp. 577-603
 

Instruction in Public Business
William H. Allen

pp. 604-616
 

Federal Quarantine Laws
Edwin Maxey

pp. 617-636
 

The Causes of Poverty
Lilian Brandt

pp. 637-651
 

Marxism Versus Socialism. II
Vladimir G. Simkhovitch

pp. 652-689
 

The Manorial System and the French Revolution
E. M. Sait

pp. 690-711
 

Record of Political Events
C. A. Beard, C. H. Hayes

pp. 746-776
 

The Government of England, A. Lawrence Lowell
Reviewed by J. M. Mathews

pp. 712-714
 

American Diplomacy under Tyler and Polk, Jesse S. Reeves
Reviewed by C. H. Van Tyne

pp. 714-715
 

Island Possessions of the United States:The History of North America, Francis Newton Thorpe and Albert Edward McKinley ; America as a World Power;The American Nation: A History, Albert Bushnell Hart and John Holladay Latané ; The United States as a World Power, Archibald Cary Coolidge
Reviewed by James A. LeRoy

pp. 715-719
 

Ship Subsidies, Walter T. Dunmore
Reviewed by Royal Meeker

pp. 720-721
 

Railroad Reorganization, Stuart Daggett
Reviewed by Frank Haigh Dixon

pp. 721-723
 

Nordamerikanische Eisenbahnen, ihre Verwaltung und Wirtschaftsgebahrung, W. Hoff and F. Schwabach
Reviewed by Emory R. Johnson

pp. 724-725
 

L'Industrie Americaine, Achille Viallate
Reviewed by Ernest L. Bogart

pp. 725-727
 

Work and Wages: Part II: Wages and Employment, Sydney J. Chapman
Reviewed by Henry R. Seager

pp. 727-728
 

The Negro Races, Jerome Dowd
Reviewed by Franz Boas

pp. 729-731
 

The Common Sense of the Milk Question, John Spargo
Reviewed by Jesse E. Pope

pp. 731-734
 

Local and Central Government: A Comparative Study of England, France, Prussia and the United States, Percy Ashley
Reviewed by J. W. Garner

p. 736
 

Trattato di Diritto Internazionale Privato Secondo le Convenzioni dell'Aja, G. C. Buzzati
Reviewed by Arthur K. Kuhn

pp. 737-739
 

The Process of Government: A Study of Social Pressures, Arthur F. Bentley
Reviewed by Charles A. Beard

pp. 739-741
 

Morals in Evolution, L. T. Hobhouse
Reviewed by Frederick J. Woodbridge

pp. 741-745
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