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Volume 39 - Number 4 - December 1924

 

The Problem of Agriculture
Rexford Guy Tugwell

pp. 549-591
 

Cooperative Marketing Finance
John M. Chapman

pp. 592-623
 

The Attempt to Establish the Eight-Hour Day by International Action. II
Herbert Feis

pp. 624-649
 

Mercantilism as a Factor in Richelieu's Policy of National Interests
Franklin Charles Palm

pp. 650-664
 

Early Frontier Democracy in the First Kentucky Constitution
E. Merton Coulter

pp. 665-677
 

Traite de droit constitutionnel. La Theorie generale de l'etat (suite et fin), Léon Duguit
Reviewed by W. Y. Elliott

pp. 678-683
 

Woodrow Wilson. A Character Study, Robert Edwards Annin
Reviewed by Charles Seymour

pp. 683-686
 

A Short History of International Intercourse, C. Delisle Burns
Reviewed by Philip Marshall Brown

pp. 686-687
 

A Theory of Social Economy, Joseph McCabe and Gustav Cassel
Reviewed by J. M. Clark

pp. 688-690
 

The Russian Soviet Republic, Edward Alsworth Ross
Reviewed by Geroid Tanquary Robinson

pp. 690-692
 

Der Kampf um den Rhein. Das Stromgebiet des Rheins im Rahmen der grossen Politik und im Wandel der Kriegsgeschichte, Hermann Stegemann
Reviewed by Charles H. Haskins

pp. 693-694
 

The Cambridge Medieval History: The Eastern Roman Empire (717-1453), J. B. Bury, J. R. Tanner, C. W. Previté-Orton and Z. N. Brooke
Reviewed by William Linn Westermann

pp. 694-698
 

Proceedings and Debates of the British Parliaments respecting North America, Leo Francis Stock
Reviewed by Evarts B. Greene

pp. 698-700
 

One Hundred Years of the Monroe Doctrine, 1823-1923, David Y. Thomas
Reviewed by William Spence Robertson

pp. 700-702
 

Where Are We Going?, David Lloyd George
Reviewed by Edwin Borchard

pp. 702-704
 

The Cooperative Movement in Russia, Elsie Terry Blanc
Reviewed by Geroid Tanquary Robinson

pp. 704-705
 

The Old and the New Germany, John F. Coar
Reviewed by Nelson P. Mead

pp. 705-706
 

Population Problems, Edward B. Reuter
Reviewed by F. H. Hankins

pp. 706-709
 

The Newspaper and the Historian, Lucy Maynard Salmon
Reviewed by Fred Morrow Fling

pp. 709-711
 

Education and Training for Social Work, James H. Tufts
Reviewed by Kate Holladay Claghorn

pp. 711-713
 

The Fighting Instinct, Pierre Bovet and J. Y. T. Greig
Reviewed by Hulsey Cason

pp. 713-715
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