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The Supreme Court--Usurper or Grantee?
Charles A. Beard

pp. 1-35
 

The "Levy Election Law" of 1911 in New York
Albert S. Bard

pp. 36-53
 

State Taxation of Interstate Commerce. II
H. J. Davenport

pp. 54-72
 

Marxism Versus Socialism. VI
Vladimir G. Simkhovitch

pp. 73-91
 

The Social and Economic Problems of Modern Spain
Clarence Perkins

pp. 92-108
 

The Diary of Gideon Welles

pp. 109-124
 

Holdsworth's History of English Law
Harold D. Hazeltine

pp. 125-130
 

The International Relations of the Chinese Empire, Hosea Ballou Morse ; China and the Far East, George H. Blakeslee

pp. 132-134
 

Das Internationale Privat- und Zivilprozessrecht auf Grund der Haager Konventionen, F. Meili and A. Mamelok
Reviewed by Edwin M. Borchard

pp. 134-136
 

Proportional Representation, John H. Humphreys

pp. 137-138
 

The Business of Congress, Samuel W. McCall
Reviewed by E. M. Sait

pp. 138-140
 

The King's Serjeants and Officers of State with their Coronation Services, J. Horace Round
Reviewed by Laurence M. Larson

pp. 140-142
 

The Life of Spencer Compton, Eighth Duke of Devonshire, Bernard Holland
Reviewed by Edward Porritt

pp. 143-145
 

David Ricardo: A Centenary Estimate, Jacob H. Hollander
Reviewed by T. N. Carver

pp. 145-146
 

The Mediaeval Mind: A History of Thought and Emotion in the Middle Ages, Henry Osborn Taylor
Reviewed by Louise Ropes Loomis

pp. 147-151
 

The Social Basis of Religion, Simon N. Patten

pp. 152-154
 

The Psychology of Religious Experience, E. S. Ames

pp. 154-156
 

History of Economic Thought, Lewis H. Haney

pp. 156-158
 

Le Commerce Exterieur et les Tarifs de Douane, Auguste Arnauné ; System der Welthandelslehre, Josef Hellauer
Reviewed by Simon Litman

pp. 158-159
 

The Purchasing Power of Money: Its Determination and Relation to Credit, Interest, and Crises, Irving Fisher and Harry G. Brown
Reviewed by Wesley C. Mitchell

pp. 160-164
 

Public Ownership of Telephones on the Continent of Europe, A. N. Holcombe
Reviewed by Robert H. Whitten

pp. 164-167
 

Greek Immigration to the United States, Henry Pratt Fairchild
Reviewed by Royal Freeman Nash

pp. 167-168
 

Makers of Our Clothes: A Case for Trade Boards, Carl Meyer and Clementina Black
Reviewed by Pauline Goldmark

pp. 169-171
 

Preventive Agencies and Methods, Charles Richmond Henderson

pp. 171-172

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