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The Revenue Act of 1945
Carl S. Shoup

pp. 481-491

The League Loans
Margaret G. Myers

pp. 492-526

The Equality of States as Dogma and Reality
Philip C. Jessup

pp. 527-531

II. Political Inequality at the Congress of Vienna
Genevieve Peterson

pp. 532-554

Must It Be Power?
Nathaniel Peffer

pp. 555-562

Monopoly Reconsidered
Oswald Knauth

pp. 563-577

Geopolitics and American Post-War Policy
Dwight P. Flanders

pp. 578-585

The Big Three: The United States, Britain, Russia, David J. Dallin
Reviewed by Arnold Wolfers

pp. 586-588

Backgrounds of Conflict: Ideas and Forms in World Politics, Kurt London
Reviewed by C. Grove Haines

pp. 588-589

Europe Free and United, Albert Guérard
Reviewed by Louis L. Snyder

pp. 589-591

Racial State: The German Nationalities Policy in the Protectorate of Bohemia-Moravia, Gerhard Jacoby
Reviewed by Oscar Jászi

pp. 591-593

Germany: Economic and Labour Conditions under Fascism, Jurgen Kuczynski ; Civil Life in Wartime Germany: The Story of the Home Front, Max Seydewitz

pp. 593-596

Japanese Militarism: Its Cause and Cure, John M. Maki
Reviewed by J. F. Steiner

pp. 596-597

The Economics of Peace, Kenneth E. Boulding
Reviewed by E. E. Agger

pp. 598-600

America's Role in the World Economy, Alvin H. Hansen
Reviewed by A. B. Wolfe

pp. 600-603

The United States in a Multi-national Economy, Jacob Viner
Reviewed by Allen T. Bonnell

pp. 603-606

The Economics of Demobilization, Alvin H. Hansen and E. Jay Howenstine
Reviewed by Erwin Esser Nemmers

pp. 606-608

Justice in Transportation: An Expose of Monopoly Control, Arne C. Wiprud and Thurman Arnold
Reviewed by Thurman W. Van Metre

pp. 608-611

Railroad Social Insurance: Favored Treatment versus Uniform Social Insurance, Rainard B. Robbins
Reviewed by C. A. Kulp

pp. 612-614

A Tax Program for a Solvent America, Harley L. Lutz
Reviewed by Donald B. Marsh

pp. 614-617

Tomorrow's Business, Beardsley Ruml
Reviewed by Walter E. Spahr

pp. 617-619

Safeguarding Civil Liberty Today, Robert E. Cushman, Max Lerner, Edmund Ezra Day, Carl L. Becker, James Lawrence Fly and Francis Biddle
Reviewed by Carl Brent Swisher

pp. 621-622

Tin Horns and Calico: A Decisive Episode in the Emergence of Democracy, Henry Christman and Carl Carmer
Reviewed by Louis Filler

pp. 622-624

The Virgin Islands, from Naval Base to New Deal, Luther H. Evans
Reviewed by Boyd J. Brown

pp. 624-626

Strangers in India, Penderel Moon
Reviewed by Albert E. Kane

pp. 626-628

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