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Volume 64 - Number 4 - December 1949

 

Notes on the Language of Politics
Lindsay Rogers

pp. 481-506
 

The Inter-Regnum in Germany: March-August 1945
Leonard Krieger

pp. 507-532
 

Liquidity of Estates and Death Tax Liability
C. Lowell Harriss

pp. 533-559
 

French Investments in Argentina and Brazil
J. Fred Rippy

pp. 560-578
 

The Hoover Commission Reports: Part II
Herman Finer

pp. 579-595
 

Can Western Europe Help Itself?
Imrie de Vegh

pp. 596-601
 

Toward Efficient Democracy: The Question of Governmental Organization, Arthur C. Millspaugh
Reviewed by Lucius Wilmerding

pp. 603-606
 

The High Cost of Vengeance, Freda Utley
Reviewed by George N. Shuster

pp. 607-608
 

Italy and Italians, Carlo Sforza and Edward Hutton ; The Genius of Italy, Leonardo Olschki
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 608-611
 

Russia and the West in Iran, 1918-1948: A Study in Big-Power Rivalry, George Lenczowski
Reviewed by Max Beloff

pp. 611-613
 

Personality and Culture in Eastern European Politics, Dinko Tomasic
Reviewed by Jane Belo

pp. 613-615
 

A Charter for World Trade, Clair Wilcox
Reviewed by Ragnar Nurkse

pp. 616-618
 

The Commonwealth and the Nations: Studies in British Commonwealth Relations, Nicholas Mansergh
Reviewed by Robert Livingston Schuyler

pp. 619-622
 

New Compass of the World: A Symposium on Political Geography, Hans W. Weigert, Vilhjalmur Stefansson and Richard Edes Harrison
Reviewed by William A. Hance

pp. 622-624
 

The Power in the People, Felix Morley
Reviewed by Henry David

pp. 624-626
 

Monetary Management, E. A. Goldenweiser
Reviewed by B. H. Beckhart

pp. 626-629
 

Saving American Capitalism: A Liberal Economic Program, Seymour E. Harris
Reviewed by Sar A. Levitan

pp. 629-631
 

The Empire and the Glory: Napoleon Bonaparte, 1800-1806, Fletcher Pratt
Reviewed by Leo Gershoy

pp. 631-632
 

The Southern Colonies in the Seventeenth Century, 1607-1689. Vol. I of A History of the South, Wesley Frank Craven
Reviewed by Richard B. Morris

pp. 633-634
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