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In Memoriam: Munroe Smith

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Mussolini, Prophet of the Pragmatic Era in Politics
W. Y. Elliott

pp. 161-192

The Social Theory of Fiscal Science I

pp. 193-218

Is the Senate Unrepresentative?
Carroll H. Wooddy

pp. 219-239

Economic Theory and Economic Criticism--Cassel on Rent and on Interest
Fabian Franklin

pp. 240-270

The Cost of Tax-Exempt Securities
A. F. Hinrichs

pp. 271-280

Karl Marx and Samuel Gompers
John R. Commons

pp. 281-286

Twenty-Five Years, 1892-1916, Viscount Grey
Reviewed by David S. Muzzey

pp. 287-291

The Diaries of George Washington, 1748-1799, John C. Fitzpatrick
Reviewed by Evarts B. Greene

pp. 291-294

Blockade and Sea Power, Maurice Parmelee
Reviewed by Joseph P. Chamberlain

pp. 294-296

Security Against War, Frances Kellor and Antonia Hatvany
Reviewed by Nelson P. Mead

pp. 296-298

L'Autriche et la Hongrie Pendant la Guerre, Bertrand Auerbach
Reviewed by Charles Seymour

pp. 298-299

Die Osterreichischen Kameralisten in Dogmengeschichtlicher Darstellung, Louise Sommer and Karl Grünberg
Reviewed by Clive Day

pp. 300-301

Modern Immigration. A View of the Situation in Immigrant Receiving Countries, Annie Marion MacLean ; Who Should Have Wealth and Other Papers, George Milton Janes
Reviewed by Stuart A. Rice

pp. 301-304

The American States During and After the Revolution, Allan Nevins
Reviewed by Ralph Volney Harlow

pp. 304-306

Usury and Usury Laws, Franklin Winton Ryan
Reviewed by K. N. Llewellyn

pp. 306-308

Europe in the Seventeenth Century, David Ogg
Reviewed by Edward Hulme

pp. 308-310

Railway Transportation: Principles and Point of View, Sidney L. Miller
Reviewed by I. L. Sharfman

pp. 310-312

History of Agriculture in the Northern United States, 1620-1860, Percy Wells Bidwell and John I. Falconer
Reviewed by Harry J. Carman

pp. 312-313

The Menace of Colour, J. W. Gregory
Reviewed by E. A. Hooton

pp. 314-315

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