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Volume 21 - Number 2 - June 1906

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Suffrage Limitation in Louisiana

pp. 177-189
 

Canadians in the United States
S. Morley Wickett

pp. 190-205
 

Party Conditions in England
Edward Porritt

pp. 206-236
 

Ocean Freight Rates: and Their Control Through Combination
J. Russell Smith

pp. 237-263
 

The Legal Position of German Workmen
William Harbutt Dawson

pp. 264-287
 

The Philippines and the Filipinos
James A. LeRoy

pp. 288-318
 

Record of Political Events
Paul L. Haworth

pp. 353-380
 

Essais d' Histoire Diplomatique Americaine, Achille Viallate
Reviewed by James F. Barnett

pp. 319-323
 

Philippine Life in Town and Country, James A. Le Roy
Reviewed by Victor S. Clark

pp. 323-325
 

Some Ethical Gains through Legislation, Florence Kelley
Reviewed by Edward T. Devine

pp. 326-329
 

Corporations et Syndicats, Gustave Fagniez ; Monopolies, Trusts and Kartells, Francis W. Hirst ; Les Syndicats Industriels en Belgique, Georges de Leener
Reviewed by Henry Raymond Mussey

pp. 329-331
 

The Principles of Money and Banking, Charles A. Conant
Reviewed by A. C. Whitaker

pp. 332-335
 

Systemes Generaux d'Impots, René Stourm
Reviewed by Roswell C. McCrea

pp. 336-337
 

Agricultural and Pastoral Prospects of South Africa, Owen Thomas ; The Business Side of Agriculture, A. G. L. Rogers ; The History of Agriculture in Dane County, Wisconsin, B. H. Hibbard
Reviewed by Henry C. Taylor

pp. 337-340
 

The City the Hope of Democracy, Frederic C. Howe
Reviewed by Alvin S. Johnson

pp. 341-344
 

The Aftermath of Slavery, William A. Sinclair and Thomas Wentworth Higginson
Reviewed by Walter L. Fleming

pp. 344-345
 

A History of the United States: The Planting of a Nation in the New World. 1000-1660, Edward Channing
Reviewed by Henry Russell Spencer

pp. 346-348
 

England under the Tudors, Arthur D. Innes ; The History of England from the Accession of George III to the Close of Pitt's First Administration (1760-1801), William Hunt
Reviewed by Herbert L. Osgood

pp. 348-352

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