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Volume 61 - Number 4 - December 1946

 

The Balance of Power in Society
Frank Tannenbaum

pp. 481-504
 

Monetary Control Under the Federal Reserve Act
Clark Warburton

pp. 505-534
 


Moses Moskowitz

pp. 535-561
 

The Responsibility of Administrative Officials in a Democratic Society
David M. Levitan

pp. 562-598
 

The Great Globe Itself: A Preface to World Affairs, William C. Bullitt
Reviewed by John N. Hazard

pp. 599-601
 

The United States Moves Across the Pacific: The A. B. C.'s of the American Problems in the Western Pacific and the Far East, Kenneth Scott Latourette
Reviewed by J. K. Fairbank

pp. 602-604
 

The Future in Perspective, Sigmund Neumann
Reviewed by Dwight E. Lee

pp. 604-606
 

Values for Survival: Essays, Addresses, and Letters on Politics and Education, Lewis Mumford
Reviewed by Thomas I. Cook

pp. 606-609
 

Assize of Arms: The Disarmament of Germany and Her Rearmament (1919-1939), G. M. W. Macdonogh
Reviewed by John D. Millett

pp. 609-610
 

The New Europe: An Introduction to Its Political Geography, Walter Fitzgerald
Reviewed by C. Grove Haines

pp. 610-612
 

The Great Retreat: The Growth and Decline of Communism in Russia, Nicholas S. Timasheff
Reviewed by Harry Schwartz

pp. 612-613
 

Suitors and Suppliants: The Little Nations at Versailles, Stephen Bonsal and Arthur Krock
Reviewed by Alan Cranston

pp. 614-615
 

A Few Brass Tacks, Louis Bromfield

pp. 615-616
 

Essays on Government, Ernest Barker
Reviewed by Marian D. Irish

pp. 616-618
 

The Management of Your Government, Eric Johnston and Harold D. Smith
Reviewed by John A. Vieg

pp. 618-620
 

The Roots of American Loyalty, Merle Curti
Reviewed by Louis Filler

pp. 620-622
 

Alexander Hamilton, Jacob E. Cooke
Reviewed by Raymond Walters

pp. 623-625
 

The Masters and the Slaves: A Study in the Development of Brazilian Civilization, Gilberto Freyre and Samuel Putnam
Reviewed by Charles Wagley

pp. 625-627
 

China and America: The Story of Their Relations since 1784, Foster Rhea Dulles
Reviewed by Paul H. Clyde

pp. 627-628
 

The Wilson Era: Years of War and After, 1917-1923, Josephus Daniels
Reviewed by Basil Rauch

pp. 628-629
 

Propaganda, Communication, and Public Opinion: A Comprehensive Reference Guide, Bruce Lannes Smith, Harold D. Lasswell and Ralph D. Casey
Reviewed by Julian L. Woodward

pp. 631-632
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