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Volume 56 - Number 1 - March 1941

 

The Staffing of Congress
Lindsay Rogers

pp. 1-22
 

The Usefulness of Useless History
Robert Livingston Schuyler

pp. 23-37
 

Stalin's New Deal for Labor
Michael T. Florinsky

pp. 38-50
 

Conservative Reaction and One Man Rule in Ancient Greece
Kurt von Fritz

pp. 51-83
 

The Taxation of Excess Profits II
Carl Shoup

pp. 84-106
 

The Seligman Correspondence I
Joseph Dorfman

pp. 107-124
 

Introduction to the Study of the Law of the Constitution, A. V. Dicey and E. C. S. Wade
Reviewed by Robert Livingston Schuyler

pp. 125-126
 

The Life of Greece, Will Durant
Reviewed by M. I. Finkelstein

pp. 127-129
 

Publicity and Diplomacy, with Special Reference to England and Germany, 1890-1914, Oron James Hale
Reviewed by Raymond J. Sontag

pp. 129-131
 

France under the Republic: The Development of Modern France (1870-1939), D. W. Brogan
Reviewed by George Woodbridge

pp. 131-133
 

The Reconstruction of World Trade, J. B. Condliffe
Reviewed by Percy W. Bidwell

pp. 133-135
 

American Neutrality: Trial and Failure, Charles G. Fenwick
Reviewed by Clyde Eagleton

pp. 135-137
 

Toward a New Order of Sea Power, Harold Sprout and Margaret Sprout
Reviewed by Allen B. Cook

pp. 137-138
 

Where Do We Go From Here?, Harold J. Laski
Reviewed by Thomas I. Cook

pp. 139-141
 

Shanghai and Tientsin: With Special Reference to Foreign Interests, Harold M. Vinacke and F. C. Jones
Reviewed by J. K. Fairbank

pp. 141-143
 

Inner Asian Frontiers of China, Owen Lattimore
Reviewed by F. D. Schultheis

pp. 143-144
 

Japan's Case Examined, Westel W. Willoughby
Reviewed by A. N. Holcombe

pp. 145-146
 

Freedom of Thought in the Old South, Clement Eaton
Reviewed by Jonathan Daniels

pp. 146-148
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