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The Political Influence of Andrew Jackson
Anson D. Morse

pp. 153-162

The Constitution of the United States in Civil War

pp. 163-198

Ambiguous Citizenship
William L. Scruggs

pp. 199-205

Owen and the Christian Socialists

pp. 206-249

The Legal Tender Question
Harry Harmon Neill

pp. 250-258

The Recent Constitutional Crisis in Norway
John W. Burgess

pp. 259-294

The Conflict of East and West in Egypt
John Eliot Bowen

pp. 295-335

Publications Received

p. 348

Essays in Finance, Robert Giffen
Reviewed by Richmond Mayo Smith

pp. 337-339

Zur Beleuchtung der Socialen Frage. Theil II, Carl Rodbertus-Jagetzow ; Das Kapital: Kritik der Politischen Cekonomie, Karl Marx
Reviewed by Herbert L. Osgood

pp. 339-341

Protection or Free Trade, Henry George
Reviewed by George B. Newcomb

pp. 341-343

American Diplomacy and the Furtherance of Commerce, Eugene Schuyler
Reviewed by Frank J. Goodnow

pp. 343-346

Handbuch des Volkerrechts, Franz von Holtzendorff
Reviewed by Daniel De Leon

pp. 346-347

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