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Volume 43 - Number 2 - June 1928

 

Experimental Control in Russian Industry
Rexford G. Tugwell

pp. 161-187
 

The Issue of Judicial Review in Germany
Carl Joachim Friedrich

pp. 188-200
 

The Russian Mobilization of 1914
Alfred von Wegerer

pp. 201-228
 

Capital Embargoes
Benjamin H. Williams

pp. 229-248
 

Political Ideas in the Jacobin Clubs
Crane Brinton

pp. 249-264
 

The Progress of the Cambridge Ancient History
William Linn Westermann

pp. 265-271
 

The Business of the Supreme Court: A Study in the Federal Judicial System, Felix Frankfurter and James M. Landis
Reviewed by Edward S. Corwin

pp. 272-274
 

Political Myths and Economic Realities, Francis Delaisi
Reviewed by Paul S. Peirce

pp. 274-276
 

English Local Government: English Poor Law History. Part I. The Old Poor Law, Sidney Webb and Beatrice Webb
Reviewed by Arthur Lyon Cross

pp. 276-278
 

Gladstone and Britain's Imperial Policy, Paul Knaplund
Reviewed by R. L. Schuyler

pp. 278-280
 

The First Americans, Thomas Jefferson Wertenbaker ; A History of American Life: Vol. III The First Americans, Dixon Ryan Fox and Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
Reviewed by Nelson P. Mead

pp. 280-281
 

The Rise of the Common Man, Carl Russell Fish ; A History of American Life: Vol. VI The Rise of the Common Man, Dixon Ryan Fox and Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
Reviewed by Nathaniel Wright Stephenson

pp. 282-283
 

The Emergence of Modern America 1865-1878, Allan Nevins ; A History of American Life: Vol. VIII The Emergence of Modern America 1865-1878, Dixon Ryan Fox and Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
Reviewed by Charles R. Lingley

pp. 283-284
 

Private Law Sources and Analogies of International Law, H. Lauterpacht
Reviewed by Philip C. Jessup

pp. 285-286
 

The Idea of Social Justice, Charles W. Pipkin
Reviewed by G. E. G. Catlin

pp. 287-288
 

The Industry and Trade of Japan, S. Uyehara
Reviewed by George Matthew Dutcher

pp. 288-290
 

The Diplomatic and Commercial Relations of the United States and Chile, 1820-1914, William Roderick Sherman
Reviewed by Osgood Hardy

pp. 290-292
 

The Legacy of the Middle Ages, C. G. Crump and E. F. Jacob
Reviewed by Dana C. Munro

pp. 292-294
 

Social Aspects of the Business Cycle, Dorothy Swaine Thomas
Reviewed by Henry Schultz

pp. 294-296
 

Christianity and the French Revolution, A. Aulard and Lady Frazer
Reviewed by Crane Brinton

pp. 297-299
 

Karl Marx's Interpretation of History, Mandell Morton Bober
Reviewed by M. M. Knight

pp. 299-302
 

The Monroe Doctrine, 1823-1826, Dexter Perkins
Reviewed by J. Fred Rippy

pp. 302-303
 

New Tactics in Social Conflict--A Symposium, Harry W. Laidler and Norman Thomas
Reviewed by John A. Fitch

pp. 303-305
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