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Issues in American Industrial Relations
Leo Wolman

pp. 161-173

Instruments of British Policy in the Sterling Area
Robert B. Stewart

pp. 174-207

Some Aspects of German Agricultural Settlement
Marie Philippi Jasny

pp. 208-240

New York Slum Clearance and the Law
William Karlin

pp. 241-258

The Europeanization of the Orient
Hans Kohn

pp. 259-270

The Eve of 1914, E. W. Dickes and Theodor Wolff
Reviewed by Michael T. Florinsky

pp. 271-273

Why We Went to War, Newton D. Baker
Reviewed by Walter Consuelo Langsam

pp. 274-275

The Diplomacy of Imperialism, 1890-1902, William L. Langer
Reviewed by Dwight E. Lee

pp. 276-280

The Drama of Upper Silesia: A Regional Study, William John Rose
Reviewed by Sarah Wambaugh

pp. 280-283

Sweden, The Middle Way, Marquis W. Childs
Reviewed by John H. Wuorinen

pp. 283-284

The Anti-Drug Campaign, S. H. Bailey
Reviewed by Joseph P. Chamberlain

pp. 285-286

The Elements of Modern Politics: An Introduction to Political Science, Francis Graham Wilson
Reviewed by Thomas I. Cook

pp. 286-288

The Institution of Property: A Study of the Development, Substance and Arrangement of the System of Property in Modern Anglo-American Law, C. Reinold Noyes
Reviewed by A. Meyendorff

pp. 289-290

The New Industrial System: A Study of the Origin, Forms, Finance, and Prospects of Concentration in Industry, Hermann Levy
Reviewed by Arthur Robert Burns

pp. 290-291

Economic Principles of Transportation, W. T. Jackman
Reviewed by T. W. Van Metre

pp. 292-293

Consumer Cooperation in America, Bertram B. Fowler ; The Decline and Rise of the Consumer, Horace M. Kallen ; Cooperative Democracy, James Peter Warbasse ; Toward the Co-operative Commonwealth, T. W. Mercer
Reviewed by Arthur E. Albrecht

pp. 293-295

Money, Edwin Walter Kemmerer
Reviewed by E. E. Agger

pp. 296-297

Germany's Foreign Indebtedness, C. R. S. Harris
Reviewed by Cleona Lewis

pp. 298-299

Disraeli, Gladstone and the Eastern Question: A Study in Diplomacy and Party Politics, R. W. Seton-Watson
Reviewed by Walter G. Wirthwein

pp. 300-302

Gustav Stresemann: His Diaries, Letters, and Papers, Eric Sutton
Reviewed by Walter Consuelo Langsam

pp. 302-303

The Bismarckian Policy of Conciliation with France, 1875-1885, Pearl Boring Mitchell
Reviewed by W. Henry Cooke

pp. 303-305

Mussolini's Italy, Herman Finer
Reviewed by William B. Guthrie

pp. 305-307

Ulysses S. Grant: Politician, William B. Hesseltine
Reviewed by Sidney Ratner

pp. 307-309

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