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Aspects of German Political Institutions
Lindsay Rogers, Freda Foerster, Sanford Schwarz

pp. 321-351

The Danube States and the Tardieu Plan
Stephen Bethlen

pp. 352-362

The "Satire" of Thorstein Veblen's Theory of the Leisure Class
Joseph Dorfman

pp. 363-409

Approaches to History III
Vladimir G. Simkhovitch

pp. 410-439

International Migrations. Volume II: Interpretations, Walter F. Willcox
Reviewed by Robert E. Chaddock

pp. 440-442

History and Theory of Agricultural Credit in the United States, Earl Sylvester Sparks
Reviewed by E. G. Nourse

pp. 442-444

Brokers' Loans: A Study in the Relation between Speculative Credits and the Stock Market, Business and Banking, Lewis H. Haney, Lyman S. Logan and Henry S. Gavens
Reviewed by Caroline Whitney

pp. 444-447

Demokratie und Kapitalismus, Ferdinand Aloys Hermens
Reviewed by Carl Joachim Friedrich

pp. 447-449

Lord Roseberry, Marquess of Crewe
Reviewed by Robert Livingston Schuyler

pp. 449-451

Memoirs of Prince von Bulow. Volume III: The World War and Germany's Collapse, 1909-1919, Geoffrey Dunlop
Reviewed by William L. Langer

pp. 451-453

The Little Entente, John O. Crane
Reviewed by Francis Deák

pp. 453-455

L'Europe Centrale, Elemér Hantos
Reviewed by Percy Wells Bidwell

pp. 455-457

Porto Rico: A Broken Pledge, Justine Whitfield Diffie
Reviewed by Elizabeth M. Lynskey

pp. 457-460

Greater America: An Interpretation of Latin America in Relation to Anglo-Saxon America, Wallace Thompson ; Latin American Problems: Their Relation to Our Investor's Billions, Thomas F. Lee ; The Coming of South America: El Resurgimiento de Sud America, Henry Kittredge Norton ; America Hispana: A Portrait and a Prospect, Waldo Frank
Reviewed by Paul Vanorden Shaw

pp. 460-466

Philippine Uncertainty, Harry B. Hawes
Reviewed by Roy Veatch

pp. 466-468

Filipino Immigration to Continental United States and to Hawaii, Bruno Lasker
Reviewed by W. M. Leiserson

pp. 468-470

The Origin and History of Politics, William Christie MacLeod
Reviewed by Kimball Young

pp. 470-472

State Legislative Committees, C. I. Winslow
Reviewed by Thomas S. Barclay

pp. 473-474

The Problem of the Twentieth Century, David Davies
Reviewed by Edmund C. Mower

pp. 474-477

The Naval Blockade 1914-18, Louis Guichard and Christopher R. Turner
Reviewed by William E. Lingelbach

pp. 477-479

Du Droit de Paix: De Iure Pacis, C. van Vollenhoven
Reviewed by Clyde Eagleton

pp. 479-480

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