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Volume 57 - Number 4 - December 1942

 

The Plight of Puerto Rico
Judd Polk

pp. 481-503
 

Economic Demobilization in the United States after the First World War
Albert T. Lauterbach

pp. 504-525
 

The New Orleans Longshoremen
Herbert R. Northrup

pp. 526-544
 

Alexis de Tocqueville, Pioneer of Democratic Liberalism in France
J. Salwyn Schapiro

pp. 545-563
 

Wage Determinations: The Evidence Before the Wage and Hour Division
E. B. Mittelman

pp. 564-597
 

Geopolitics: The Struggle for Space and Power, Robert Strausz-Hupé ; Geopolitik: Doctrine of National Self-Sufficiency and Empire, Johannes Mattern
Reviewed by Nicholas John Spykman

pp. 598-601
 

Behind the Urals, John Scott
Reviewed by Ida Treat

pp. 601-603
 

Night over Europe: The Diplomacy of Nemesis, 1939-1940, Frederick L. Schuman
Reviewed by Carl Joachim Friedrich

pp. 603-605
 

The Economics of Total War, Henry William Spiegel
Reviewed by Percy W. Bidwell

pp. 605-606
 

Paying for Defense, A. G. Hart and E. D. Allen
Reviewed by Seymour E. Harris

pp. 607-608
 

Europe, Russia and the Future, G. D. H. Cole
Reviewed by Jesse D. Clarkson

pp. 608-610
 

Design for Power: The Struggle for the World, Frederick L. Schuman and George D. Brodsky
Reviewed by Oron J. Hale

pp. 610-611
 

Ten Years: The World on the Way to War, 1930-1940, Dwight E. Lee
Reviewed by George Woodbridge

pp. 611-613
 

Doors to Jobs: A Study of the Organization of the Labor Market in California, Emily H. Huntington
Reviewed by Carroll R. Daugherty

pp. 615-617
 

Parity, Parity, Parity, John D. Black

pp. 617-618
 

Social Doctrine in Action: A Personal History, John A. Ryan
Reviewed by Samuel McCune Lindsay

p. 619
 

Jews in a Gentile World: The Problem of Anti-Semitism, Isacque Graeber and Steuart Henderson Britt
Reviewed by Everett R. Clinchy

pp. 620-622
 

The Defense of Freedom: Four Addresses on the Present Crisis in American Democracy, Edmund Ezra Day ; Democracy in American Life: A Historical View, Avery Craven ; What Is Democracy?, Charles E. Merriam
Reviewed by Arthur E. Bestor

pp. 622-624
 

History as the Story of Liberty, Benedetto Croce and Sylvia Sprigge
Reviewed by Hans Kohn

pp. 624-626
 

Constitutional Thought in Sixteenth-Century France: A Study in the Evolution of Ideas, William Farr Church
Reviewed by R. M. MacIver

pp. 626-627
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