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Harrington
Theodore W. Dwight

pp. 1-44
 

The Limits of Competition
John B. Clark

pp. 45-61
 

The Persistence of Competition
Franklin H. Giddings

pp. 62-78
 

The Greenback in War
Fred Perry Powers

pp. 79-90
 

Our Legal Chaos
John F. Dillon

pp. 91-104
 

State Statute and Common Law
Munroe Smith

pp. 105-134
 

The Hudson's Bay Half-Breeds and Louis Riel's Rebellions
Thomas D. Rambaut

pp. 135-167
 

The Chief Periods of European History, Edward A. Freeman
Reviewed by Archibald Alexander

pp. 168-169
 

Histoire de la Science Politique dans ses Rapports avec la Morale, Paul Janet

pp. 169-170
 

Le Pacha Bonneval, Albert Vandal ; L'Expansion de l'Allemagne, Jules Flammermont ; Les Services Publics de Protection de l'Enfance, Loys Brueyre
Reviewed by Robert Weil

pp. 170-171
 

Geschichte des Preussischen Verwaltungsrechts, Conrad Bornhak
Reviewed by Frank J. Goodnow

pp. 172-174
 

A Treatise on the Limitations of Police Power in the United States, Christopher G. Tiedeman

pp. 174-176
 

The Supervisor's Manual, George C. Morehouse

pp. 176-177
 

A Digest of the International Law of the United States, Francis Wharton

pp. 177-180
 

System der Finanzwissenschaft, Gustav Cohn
Reviewed by Henry C. Adams

pp. 180-183
 

Nationaloekonomische Studien, Gustav Cohn
Reviewed by H. L. Osgood

pp. 183-185
 

Adam Smith, sa vie, ses Travaux, ses Doctrines, Albert Delatour

pp. 185-186
 

Outline of Lectures upon Political Economy, Henry Carter Adams
Reviewed by Edmund J. James

pp. 186-188
 

The Social Problem in its Economical, Moral, and Political Aspects, William Graham ; Poverty and the State, or Work for the Unemployed, Herbert V. Mills ; The Labor Movement, the Problem of To-day, George E. McNeill

pp. 188-192
 

Handel und Industrie der Stadt Basel: Zunftwesen und, Traugott Geering

pp. 192-194
 

Co-operation in a Western City, Albert Shaw ; Les Arteles et le Mouvement Co-operatif en Russie, W. Louguinine

pp. 194-196
 

The Official History of the Great Strike of 1886 on the Southwestern Railway System, Oscar Kochtitsky

p. 196

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