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Volume 58 - Number 4 - December 1943

 

German Militarism: Substitute for Revolution
Hans Ernest Fried

pp. 481-513
 

The Taxation of Imputed Income
Donald B. Marsh

pp. 514-536
 

The Significance of the Act of Settlement in the Evolution of English Democracy
I. Naamani Tarkow

pp. 537-561
 

Italian Colonial Problems in 1919
René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 562-580
 

William Leggett, Spokesman of Jacksonian Democracy
Richard Hofstadter

pp. 581-594
 

Policies of Post-War Employment
Leo Wolman

pp. 595-606
 

The Republic: Conversations on Fundamentals, Charles A. Beard
Reviewed by Charles S. Sydnor

pp. 607-609
 

The New Europe, Bernard Newman
Reviewed by Walter Consuelo Langsam

pp. 609-611
 

Origins of the American Revolution, John C. Miller
Reviewed by John A. Krout

pp. 611-614
 

John Brown and the Legend of Fifty-Six, James C. Malin
Reviewed by Roy F. Nichols

pp. 614-615
 

Economic Fluctuations in the United States: A Systematic Analysis of Long- Run Trends and Business Cycles, 1866-1914, Edwin Frickey
Reviewed by Solomon Fabricant

pp. 616-619
 

The Latin American Policy of the United States: An Historical Interpretation, Samuel Flagg Bemis
Reviewed by Dana G. Munro

pp. 619-620
 

Exploring Tomorrow's Agriculture: Co-operative Group Farming--A Practical Program of Rural Rehabilitation, Joseph W. Eaton and M. L. Wilson
Reviewed by Conrad Taeuber

pp. 621-622
 

The Legacy of Nazism: The Economic and Social Consequences of Totalitarianism, Frank Munk
Reviewed by William N. Loucks

pp. 622-624
 

Duel for Europe: Stalin versus Hitler, John Scott
Reviewed by John H. Wuorinen

pp. 624-625
 

The Fruits of Fascism, Herbert L. Matthews
Reviewed by Henry S. Miller

pp. 625-627
 

Norway: Neutral and Invaded, Halvdan Koht
Reviewed by John H. Wuorinen

pp. 627-628
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