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The Study of Administration
Woodrow Wilson

pp. 481-506

"A Professor with a Style"
Lindsay Rogers

pp. 507-514

Robert A. Brady

pp. 515-544

The Political Economy of John Adams
Manning J. Dauer

pp. 545-572

The Seligman Correspondence IV
Joseph Dorfman

pp. 573-599

The Life of General Horatio Gates
Robert Livingston Schuyler

pp. 600-607

Studies in Consumer Instalment Financing
Bonnar Brown

pp. 608-611

In Memoriam: Charles Downer Hazen

p. 640

Propaganda and the American Revolution, 1763-1783, Philip Davidson
Reviewed by Evarts B. Greene

pp. 612-614

What Nietzsche Means, George Allen Morgan
Reviewed by Jacques Barzun

pp. 614-616

Colonial Questions and Peace, Emanuel Moresco
Reviewed by Bryce Wood

pp. 616-617

Population Policies and Movements in Europe, D. V. Glass
Reviewed by J. J. Spengler

pp. 617-619

The Immigrant in American History, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. and Marcus Lee Hansen
Reviewed by Carlton C. Qualey

pp. 619-620

Fiscal Policy and Business Cycles, Alvin H. Hansen ; Business Cycles: Their Nature, Cause, and Control, James Arthur Estey
Reviewed by Edward E. Lewis

pp. 621-622

The National Labor Policy and How It Works, Joseph Rosenfarb
Reviewed by Paul F. Brissenden

pp. 622-625

International Law and Diplomacy in the Spanish Civil Strife, Norman J. Padelford
Reviewed by William W. Bishop

pp. 625-626

Papers and Documents Relating to the Foreign Relations of Hungary. Volume I: 1919-1920, Francis Deák and Dezsö Ujváry
Reviewed by Walter Consuelo Langsam

pp. 627-628

America Prepares for Tomorrow: The Story of Our Total Defense Effort, William Dow Boutwell
Reviewed by Burnham Finney

pp. 629-630

The Judicial Power of the United States, Robert Jennings Harris
Reviewed by Forrest Revere Black

pp. 630-631

The Diplomatic Relations of the United States with Haiti, 1776-1891, Rayford W. Logan ; Haiti and the United States, 1714-1938, Ludwell Lee Montague
Reviewed by Richard W. Van Alstyne

pp. 632-633

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