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Volume 50 - Number 1 - March 1935

 

New Aspects of Unemployment Insurance
Sam A. Lewisohn

pp. 1-14
 

Justice Samuel F. Miller
Charles Fairman

pp. 15-44
 

Canada, The Anglo-Japanese Alliance and the Washington Conference
J. Bartlet Brebner

pp. 45-58
 

The Distribution of Control and Responsibility in a Modern Economy
Gardiner C. Means

pp. 59-69
 

Direct Taxation in Hungary
Robert Murray Haig

pp. 70-106
 

The United States and the International Labor Organization
Edward J. Phelan

pp. 107-121
 

The Queen and Mr. Gladstone, Philip Guedalla
Reviewed by R. L. Schuyler

pp. 122-124
 

General Sociology, Henry Pratt Fairchild
Reviewed by Walter G. Beach

pp. 124-126
 

America's Capacity to Produce, Edwin G. Nourse
Reviewed by Charles A. Bliss

pp. 126-129
 

Plebiscites Since the World War, Sarah Wambaugh
Reviewed by Johannes Mattern

pp. 129-131
 

The Rationalization Movement in German Industry, Robert A. Brady
Reviewed by Arthur Robert Burns

pp. 131-134
 

Treaties Defeated by the Senate, W. Stull Holt
Reviewed by R. Earl McClendon

pp. 134-136
 

What Everybody Wants to Know about Money, G. D. H. Cole
Reviewed by Benjamin Haggott Beckhart

pp. 136-139
 

A Study of Chinese Boycotts with Special Reference to Their Economic Effectiveness, C. F. Remer and William B. Palmer
Reviewed by Grover Clark

pp. 139-141
 

The Theory and Practice of Modern Taxation, William Raymond Green
Reviewed by M. Slade Kendrick

pp. 141-143
 

English Political Thought in the Nineteenth Century, Crane Brinton
Reviewed by Francis G. Wilson

pp. 143-145
 

Servitudes of International Law. A Study of Rights in Foreign Territory, F. A. Váli
Reviewed by Helen Dwight Reid

pp. 145-147
 

Russia and Asia, A. Lobanov-Rostovsky ; Soviet Economic Policy in the East, Violet Conolly
Reviewed by D. Fedotoff White

pp. 147-148
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