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Volume 5 - Number 1 - March 1890

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Alexander Hamilton
Anson D. Morse

pp. 1-23
 

The General Property Tax

pp. 24-64
 

The Mortgage Evil
J. P. Dunn

pp. 65-83
 

Wells' Recent Economic Changes
Simon N. Patten

pp. 84-103
 

Citizenship of the United States
Irving Berdine Richman

pp. 104-123
 

Local Government in Prussia. II
Frank J. Goodnow

pp. 124-158
 

An Honest Dollar, E. Benjamin Andrews
Reviewed by Henry C. Adams

pp. 159-162
 

A Treatise on the Law Relating to Rates and Traffic on Railways and Canals, with Special Reference to the Railway and Canal Traffic Act, 1888, and the Practice of the Railway and Canal Commission, A. Kaye Butterworth and Charles E. Ellis ; The Railway and Canal Traffic Act, 1888. Part I: An Exposition of Section 24 of the Act, W. A. Hunter ; The Working and Management of an English Railway, George Findlay ; The Railways of England, W. M. Acworth ; The Public Regulation of Railways, W. D. Dabney ; Monopolies and the People, Charles Whiting Baker ; Railway Secrecy and Trusts, John M. Bonham

pp. 162-166
 

Grundlegung der Theoretischen Staatswirthschaft, Emil Sax
Reviewed by Edmund J. James

pp. 166-169
 

Grundlagen der Volkswirthschaftslehre, Friedrich Julius Neumann
Reviewed by Simon N. Patten

pp. 169-170
 

Zur Theorie des Preises, mit Besonderer Berucksichtigung der Geschichtlichen Entwickelung der Lehre, Robert Zuckerkandl
Reviewed by J. B. Clark

pp. 170-171
 

Finanzwissenschaft, Adolf Wagner ; System der Finanzwissenschaft, Gustav Cohn

pp. 171-173
 

A History of the Ancient Working People, from the Earliest Known Period to the Adoption of Christianity by Constantine, C. Osborne Ward
Reviewed by Edward G. Bourne

pp. 174-176
 

Fabian Essays in Socialism, G. Bernard Shaw
Reviewed by H. L. Osgood

pp. 176-178
 

Individualism. A System of Politics, Wordsworth Donisthorpe
Reviewed by G. B. Newcomb

pp. 178-181
 

Essays on Government, Ernest Barker
Reviewed by Freeman Snow

pp. 181-183
 

Martin Van Buren, to the End of his Public Career, George Bancroft
Reviewed by Anson D. Morse

pp. 183-185
 

The Constitutional History and Government of the United States, Judson S. Landon ; The Constitutional History of the United States as Seen in the Development of American Law, T. M. Cooley, Henry Hitchcock, George W. Biddle, Charles A. Kent and Daniel H. Chamberlin
Reviewed by Robert Weil

pp. 185-188
 

The Origin and Growth of the English Constitution. Part I: The Making of the Constitution, Hannis Taylor

pp. 188-190
 

Speech before the Parnell Commission, Charles Russell

pp. 190-192

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