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Volume 51 - Number 1 - March 1936

 

Man-Power in China II
Dorothy Johnson Orchard

pp. 1-35
 

Interstate Compacts and Social Legislation II
Jane Perry Clark

pp. 36-60
 

The Wage-Earner in the Westward Movement II
Carter Goodrich, Sol Davison

pp. 61-116
 

Approaches to History VI
Vladimir G. Simkhovitch

pp. 117-151
 

Ethiopia: A Pawn in European Diplomacy, Ernest Work
Reviewed by Raymond Leslie Buell

pp. 152-154
 

Government and Business, Ford P. Hall ; Government in Business, Stuart Chase
Reviewed by Ralph S. Alexander

pp. 154-158
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