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Volume 46 - Number 2 - June 1931

 

The Press and Public Opinion
Walter Lippmann

pp. 161-170
 

The Theory of Occupational Obsolescence
Rexford G. Tugwell

pp. 171-227
 

The Italian Corporate State
Carmen Haider

pp. 228-247
 

British Economists and the Empire I
Donald O. Wagner

pp. 248-276
 

Giovanni Garzoni on Ruling a City
Lynn Thorndike

pp. 277-280
 

Dawes to Locarno, 1924-26. The Diary of an Ambassador, Viscount D'Abernon
Reviewed by Lindsay Rogers

pp. 281-282
 

Our Times. The United States 1900-1925. Volume III: Pre-war America, Mark Sullivan
Reviewed by David S. Muzzey

pp. 282-284
 

England in the Age of the American Revolution, L. B. Namier
Reviewed by Robert Livingston Schuyler

pp. 284-287
 

Portrait of a Diplomatist, Harold Nicolson
Reviewed by Allan Nevins

pp. 287-289
 

A History of Nationalism in the East, Hans Kohn and Margaret M. Green
Reviewed by Nathaniel Peffer

pp. 289-291
 

Die Anschlussfrage in ihrer Kulturellen, Politischen und Wirtschaftlichen Bedeutung, Heinz von Paller
Reviewed by John B. Mason

pp. 291-292
 

The Giant of the Western World, Francis Miller and Helen Hill
Reviewed by A. R. Ellingwood

pp. 293-294
 

America Looks Abroad, Paul M. Mazur
Reviewed by Carlos L. Israels

pp. 294-296
 

Danger Spots in World Population, Warren S. Thompson
Reviewed by C. E. McGuire

pp. 296-299
 

The Dissolution of the Habsburg Monarchy, Oscar Jászi
Reviewed by Francis Deák

pp. 299-302
 

Economic Causes of the Reformation in England, Oscar A. Marti
Reviewed by W. K. Ferguson

pp. 302-304
 

Problems of the Pacific: 1929, J. B. Condliffe
Reviewed by K. K. Kawakami

pp. 305-307
 

Turkey in the World War, Ahmed Emin
Reviewed by Donald C. Blaisdell

pp. 307-309
 

A Short History of the French People, Charles Guignebert and F. G. Richmond
Reviewed by Eloise Ellery

pp. 309-311
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