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Volume 57 - Number 1 - March 1942

 

Annual Report of the President of the Academy of Political Science
Wesley C. Mitchell

pp. 1-6
 

The "National Revolution" in France
Paul Vaucher

pp. 7-27
 

The Mexican Oil Industry Since Expropriation
Arthur W. Macmahon, W. R. Dittmar

pp. 28-50
 

Administrative Organization of the Mormon Church
G. Homer Durham

pp. 51-71
 

Government Control of Publishing in Germany
Alexander F. Kiefer

pp. 72-97
 

Enemy Alien Internment: With Special Reference to Great Britain and France
Maximilian Koessler

pp. 98-127
 

Peace AIMS: A Special Proposal
Lynn Thorndike

pp. 128-129
 

The World's Iron Age, William Henry Chamberlin
Reviewed by Paul Birdsall

pp. 130-132
 

Metapolitics: From the Romantics to Hitler, Peter Viereck
Reviewed by Crane Brinton

pp. 132-134
 

Good Neighbors, Hubert Herring
Reviewed by Frank Tannenbaum

pp. 134-136
 

Inside Latin America, John Gunther
Reviewed by Bryce Wood

pp. 136-138
 

British Labour's Rise to Power, Carl F. Brand
Reviewed by J. B. Brebner

pp. 139-140
 

Great Britain under Protection, Frederic Benham
Reviewed by F. A. Southard

pp. 141-142
 

Public Policy: A Yearbook of the Graduate School of Public Administration, Harvard University, 1941, Edward S. Mason and Carl J. Friedrich
Reviewed by Paul H. Wueller

pp. 142-145
 

Value and Distribution, Lewis H. Haney
Reviewed by Lloyd G. Reynolds

pp. 145-147
 

From Luther to Hitler: The History of Fascist-Nazi Political Philosophy, W. M. McGovern
Reviewed by Thomas I. Cook

pp. 147-149
 

Empire or Independence: A Study in the Failure of Reconciliation, 1774- 1783, Weldon A. Brown
Reviewed by Robert Livingston Schuyler

pp. 150-151
 

The United States, Great Britain and British North America: From the Revolution to the Establishment of Peace after the War of 1812, A. L. Burt
Reviewed by Louise Phelps Kellogg

pp. 152-154
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