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Volume 51 - Number 2 - June 1936

 

The Pattern of the New Deal
Paul T. Homan

pp. 161-184
 

Fiscal Relations of Central and Local Governments in Germany Under the Weimar Constitution
Mabel Newcomer

pp. 185-214
 

The Maintenance of Migrants' Pension Rights Convention, 1935
C. Wilfred Jenks

pp. 215-229
 

Joint Activity Between Federal and State Officials
Jane Perry Clark

pp. 230-269
 

Law Advertising in Medieval Manuscripts
Lynn Thorndike

pp. 270-272
 

Ideas in Motion, Dixon Ryan Fox
Reviewed by James Truslow Adams

pp. 273-275
 

The Governments of the British Empire, Arthur Berriedale Keith ; Letters on Imperial Relations, Indian Reform, Constitutional and International Law, 1916-1935, Arthur Berriedale Keith
Reviewed by R. L. Schuyler

pp. 275-278
 

Dwight Morrow, Harold Nicolson
Reviewed by Edgar Turlington

pp. 278-280
 

World Court Reports. Volume I, 1934, Volume II, 1935, Manley O. Hudson ; Fontes Juris Gentium: Series A. Tomus 3: Digest of the Decisions of the Permanent Court of International Justice, 1931-1934, Viktor Bruns and Carl Heymanns Verlag
Reviewed by Philip C. Jessup

pp. 280-283
 

Political Power, Charles E. Merriam
Reviewed by Charles W. Pipkin

pp. 286-287
 

Deutsche Geschichte im Neunzehnten Jahrhundert. Volumes I-II, Franz Schnabel
Reviewed by Koppel S. Pinson

pp. 288-290
 

Royal Instructions to British Colonial Governors, 1670-1776. Volumes I and II, Leonard Woods Labaree
Reviewed by Evarts B. Greene

pp. 296-297
 

The Catholic Tradition of the Law of Nations, John Eppstein
Reviewed by C. G. Fenwick

pp. 299-300
 

The Formation of Capital, Harold G. Moulton ; Income and Economic Progress, Harold G. Moulton
Reviewed by Simon Kuznets

pp. 300-306
 

Out of My Past: The Memoirs of Count Kokovtsov, H. H. Fisher and Laura Matveev
Reviewed by Michael T. Florinsky

pp. 306-308
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