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Volume 47 - Number 2 - June 1932

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Maine--Political Barometer
Claude E. Robinson

pp. 161-184
 

Two Unpublished Papers of Thorstein Veblen on the Nature of Peace
Joseph Dorfman

pp. 185-203
 

World Revolution and Soviet Foreign Policy
Michael T. Florinsky

pp. 204-233
 

Valorization in the Mineral Industry
Thomas T. Read

pp. 234-241
 

Thirty Years of the People's Rule in Oregon: An Analysis
Waldo Schumacher

pp. 242-258
 

The Prussian Bureaucracy in the Eighteenth Century III
Walter L. Dorn

pp. 259-273
 

The Machinery of Experiment at Geneva
Charles W. Pipkin

pp. 274-281
 

A Notable Biography
D. S. Muzzey

pp. 282-286
 

The Holy Land under Mandate, Fannie Fern Andrews
Reviewed by Raymond Leslie Buell

pp. 287-288
 

The Value of Money, Tjardus Greidanus
Reviewed by James W. Angell

pp. 288-290
 

The Problem of Unemployment, Paul H. Douglas and Aaron Director ; Unemployment Insurance in Great Britain, Mary Barnett Gilson ; Unemployment Benefits in the United States, Bryce M. Stewart
Reviewed by E. M. Burns

pp. 293-296
 

Fontes Juris Gentium. Series A. Sectio 1, Tomus 1: Digest of the Decisions of the Permanent Court of International Justice, 1922-1930; Tomus 2: Digest of the Decisions of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, 1902-1928. Sectio 2, Tomus 1: Decisions of the German Supreme Court Relating to International Law, 1879-1929, Viktor Bruns and Carl Heymanns Verlag
Reviewed by Philip C. Jessup

pp. 296-299
 

Combines and Rationalisation in Germany 1924-1928, D. Warriner
Reviewed by Arthur Robert Burns

pp. 299-301
 

Le Credit par acceptation: Paris, centre financier, Pierre-Benjamin Vigreux
Reviewed by Margaret G. Myers

pp. 301-303
 

British Trade and Industry, G. D. H. Cole

pp. 303-305
 

Dynamite: The Story of Class Violence in America, Louis Adamic ; The General Strike, Wilfrid Harris Crook
Reviewed by Sterling D. Spero

pp. 305-307

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