How May the United States Govern the Philippine Islands?
Walter Wheeler Cook
The Police Power: Public Policy and Constitutional Rights, Ernest Freund Reviewed by Walter Wheeler Cook
Actual Government as Applied under American Conditions, Albert Bushnell Hart Reviewed by Walter Wheeler Cook
The Foundations of American Foreign Policy, Albert Bushnell Hart Reviewed by Walter Wheeler Cook
The Law and Policy of Annexation--with Special Reference to the Philippines, together with Observations on the Status of Cuba, Carman F. Randolph Reviewed by Walter Wheeler Cook
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