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Volume 42 - Number 2 - June 1927

 

Italy's New Syndicalist Constitution
Herbert Wallace Schneider

pp. 161-202
 

The Russian Mobilization of 1914
Michael T. Florinsky

pp. 203-227
 

The American Occupation of Haiti I
Paul H. Douglas

pp. 228-258
 

An Ethics of Politics
W. Y. Elliott

pp. 259-267
 

Kelsen's Pure Theory of Law
Erich Voegelin

pp. 268-276
 

George Washington, the Image and the Man, W. E. Woodward
Reviewed by Albert Bushnell Hart

pp. 277-281
 

George Washington. The Human Being and the Hero, 1732-1762, Rupert Hughes
Reviewed by Ralph Volney Harlow

pp. 281-284
 

Ignatius Loyola, the Founder of the Jesuits, Paul Van Dyke
Reviewed by Lynn Thorndike

pp. 284-286
 

The American Revolution Considered as a Social Movement, J. Franklin Jameson
Reviewed by Evarts B. Greene

pp. 286-287
 

The Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky, Ellis Merton Coulter
Reviewed by B. B. Kendrick

pp. 288-290
 

La Monnaie en Europe Centrale, Elemér Hantos
Reviewed by James W. Angell

pp. 290-293
 

Die Rheinpolitik Kaiser Napoleons III von 1863 bis 1870 und der Ursprung des Krieges von 1870-1871, Hermann Oncken
Reviewed by William L. Langer

pp. 294-296
 

Europe and the East, Norman Dwight Harris
Reviewed by Harold S. Quigley

pp. 296-299
 

Iron and Steel in the Industrial Revolution, T. S. Ashton ; The English Brass and Copper Industries to 1800, H. Hamilton
Reviewed by H. T. Warshow

pp. 300-304
 

The Economic Development of Russia 1905-1914, Margaret S. Miller
Reviewed by Walter R. Sharp

pp. 304-306
 

Issues of European Statesmanship, B. G. de Montgomery
Reviewed by Frank Maloy Anderson

pp. 307-308
 

The State as Party Litigant, Robert Dorsey Watkins
Reviewed by Edward S. Corwin

pp. 308-310
 

Tax-Exempt Securities and the Surtax, Charles O. Hardy
Reviewed by Clarence Heer

pp. 310-314
 

Primitive Trade, its Psychology and Economics, Elizabeth Ellis Hoyt
Reviewed by N. S. B. Gras

pp. 314-316
 

History and Social Intelligence, Harry Elmer Barnes
Reviewed by G. E. G. Catlin

pp. 316-319
 

The Ordinance Making Powers of the President of the United States, James Hart
Reviewed by Robert E. Cushman

pp. 319-321
 

Caravans of Commerce, Isaac F. Marcosson
Reviewed by Herbert F. Fraser

pp. 321-323
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