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Volume 24 - Number 3 - September 1909

 

The Political Theories of Jean Jacques Rousseau

pp. 377-408
 

The Reorganization of Municipal Government in Porto Rico: Political
W. F. Willoughby

pp. 409-443
 

The Attorney-General and the Cabinet
Henry Barrett Learned

pp. 444-467
 

Horace Greeley and the Working Class Origins of the Republican Party
John R. Commons

pp. 468-488
 

The Wheat Situation in Washington
A. Berglund

pp. 489-503
 

Capital and Interest
Irving Fisher

pp. 504-516
 

Laws of War between Belligerents, a History and Commentary, Percy Bordwell
Reviewed by George Winfield Scott

pp. 517-519
 

Cases on the Conflict of Laws, Ernest G. Lorenzen
Reviewed by Arthur K. Kuhn

pp. 520-522
 

Die Lehre vom Pouvoir Constituant: ein Beitrag zum Staatsrecht der Franzosischen Revolution, Egon Zweig

pp. 522-523
 

Modern Constitutions, Walter F. Dodd
Reviewed by Charles A. Beard

pp. 524-525
 

Principles of Politics, Jeremiah W. Jenks ; The Development of the State, J. Q. Dealey
Reviewed by Thomas Reed Powell

pp. 525-527
 

The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise: its Origin and Authorship, P. Orman Ray

pp. 527-528
 

National Ideals Historically Traced, Albert Bushnell
Reviewed by Henry Jones Ford

pp. 529-530
 

Histoire de la Charite, Leon Lallemand
Reviewed by David I. Green

pp. 530-532
 

Le Chomage et la Profession, Max Lazard
Reviewed by Harold Westergaard

pp. 532-534
 

Unemployment, a Problem of Industry, W. H. Beveridge
Reviewed by John R. Commons

pp. 534-536
 

L'Education Economique du Peuple Allemand, Georges Blondel ; Pourquoi et Comment Coloniser?, François Bernard

pp. 536-538
 

English Society in the Eleventh Century: Essays in English Mediaeval History, Paul Vinogradoff
Reviewed by H. W. C. Davis

pp. 538-542
 

Introductory Economics, Alvin S. Johnson
Reviewed by Eugene E. Agger

pp. 542-544
 

The Story of Gold, Edward S. Meade ; The World's Gold: Its Geology, Extraction and Political Economy, Charles A. Conant, L. DeLaunay and O. C. Williams
Reviewed by Joseph French Johnson

pp. 544-546
 

Effects of War on Property, Alma Latifi
Reviewed by George Winfield Scott

pp. 548-550
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