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Volume 45 - Number 1 - March 1930

 

War Powers of the President of the United States with Special Reference to the Beginning of Hostilities
Charles C. Tansill

pp. 1-55
 

The Outlook of the Continental American Colonies on the British West Indies, 1760-1775
Agnes M. Whitson

pp. 56-86
 

The Use of the Labor Injunction in the New York Needle Trades II
P. F. Brissenden, C. O. Swayzee

pp. 87-111
 

Le Continent americain et le droit international, Francisco José Urrutia
Reviewed by George W. Wickersham

pp. 112-115
 

Der Gedanke der Internationalen Organisation in seiner Entwicklung, Jacob Ter Meulen
Reviewed by Pitman B. Potter

pp. 116-118
 

America and Europe and Other Essays, Alfred Zimmern
Reviewed by Stephen P. Duggan

pp. 118-120
 

The War of Independence: American Phase, Claude H. Van Tyne
Reviewed by David S. Muzzey

pp. 120-123
 

New Levels in the Stock Market, Charles Amos Dice
Reviewed by Willford I. King

pp. 123-125
 

Versuch einer autonomen Lehre der Wahrungspolitik, Erich Egner
Reviewed by H. Parker Willis

pp. 125-127
 

Economic Foreign Policy of the United States, Benjamin H. Williams
Reviewed by Herbert F. Fraser

pp. 127-128
 

History of Manufactures in the United States, 1607-1928, Victor S. Clark ; Manufacturing, Malcolm Keir
Reviewed by Harold U. Faulkner

pp. 129-131
 

Some Economic Factors in Modern Life, Josiah Stamp
Reviewed by E. M. Burns

pp. 131-132
 

The Cambridge History of the British Empire. Volume I. The Old Empire from the Beginnings to 1783, J. Holland Rose, A. P. Newton and E. A. Benians
Reviewed by Arthur Lyon Cross

pp. 133-135
 

Life and Labor in the Old South, Ulrich Bonnell Phillips
Reviewed by Avery Craven

pp. 135-137
 

A Panorama of the World's Legal Systems, John Henry Wigmore
Reviewed by John Hanna

pp. 137-139
 

The American Secretaries of State and Their Diplomacy, Robert H. Ferrell
Reviewed by Louis Martin Sears

pp. 139-141
 

A Selection of Cases and Other Readings on the Law of Nations, Edwin DeWitt Dickinson
Reviewed by Philip C. Jessup

pp. 141-143
 

The Grain Trade during the World War, Frank M. Surface ; British Food Control, William H. Beveridge
Reviewed by Walter R. Sharp

pp. 143-145
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