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Volume 55 - Number 3 - September 1940

 

Civil Liberties in War Time
Carl Brent Swisher

pp. 321-347
 

The Cabinet Minister and Administration: Asquith, Lloyd George, Curzon
R. MacGregor Dawson

pp. 348-377
 

Adolf Wagner: From National Economist to National Socialist
Evalyn A. Clark

pp. 378-411
 

The Legal Status of the Agricultural Laborer in the South
Oscar Zeichner

pp. 412-428
 

Judicial Supremacy and the Inferior Courts in the American Colonies
Richard B. Morris

pp. 429-434
 

Veblen's "Imperial Germany and the Industrial Revolution"
Henry A. Wallace

pp. 435-445
 

Bland's "Government in Australia"
C. Hartley Grattan

pp. 446-452
 

Turning Points in Business Cycles, Leonard P. Ayres
Reviewed by Arthur F. Burns

pp. 453-456
 

Monopoly and Competition in the English Coal Trade, 1550-1850, Paul M. Sweezy
Reviewed by Shepard B. Clough

pp. 457-458
 

One Thousand Strikes of Government Employees, David Ziskind
Reviewed by Philip Taft

pp. 460-461
 

Cooperation: An American Way, John Daniels
Reviewed by Edward M. Cohen

pp. 461-463
 

Canada, 1763-1841: Immigration and Settlement: The Administration of the Imperial Land Regulations, Norman Macdonald ; Building the Canadian West: The Land and Colonization Policies of the Canadian Pacific Railway, James B. Hedges ; The Wheat Economy, G. E. Britnell
Reviewed by A. R. M. Lower

pp. 463-466
 

Canada: America's Problem, John MacCormac
Reviewed by Carl Wittke

pp. 466-467
 

Making International Law Work, George W. Keeton and Georg Schwarzenberger
Reviewed by Francis Deák

pp. 468-470
 

The Quest for Peace since the World War, William E. Rappard
Reviewed by Helen Dwight Reid

pp. 470-472
 

Treaty Relations of the British Commonwealth of Nations, Robert B. Stewart
Reviewed by Robert Livingston Schuyler

pp. 472-473
 

The Politics of Democracy: American Parties in Action, Pendleton Herring
Reviewed by Peter H. Odegard

pp. 474-475
 

The Plans of Men, Leonard W. Doob
Reviewed by Bryant Smith

pp. 476-478
 

The Saar Plebiscite: With a Collection of Official Documents, Sarah Wambaugh
Reviewed by Michael T. Florinsky

pp. 478-480
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