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Volume 12 - Number 4 - December 1897

 

The Financial Record of the Second Cleveland Administration. II
Alexander D. Noyes

pp. 561-588
 

The Scholar's Political Opportunity
John Bates Clark

pp. 589-602
 

The Silver Situation in India
J. C. Harrison

pp. 603-607
 

The Decrease in the Proportion of Children
William A. King

pp. 608-621
 

Comments on Federal Trust Legislation
Carman F. Randolph

pp. 622-665
 

The Government and the Newspaper Press in England
Edward Porritt

pp. 666-683
 

Adam Smith's Lectures on Justice, Police, Revenue and Arms
W. Hasbach

pp. 684-698
 

Record of Political Events

pp. 734-756
 

The Laws and Jurisprudence of England and America, John F. Dillon ; A First Book of Jurisprudence, Frederick Pollock
Reviewed by Munroe Smith

pp. 699-704
 

The Study of City Government, Delos F. Wilcox

pp. 704-707
 

State Control of Trade and Commerce by National or State Authority, Albert Stickney
Reviewed by F. J. Goodnow

pp. 707-709
 

Glasgow: Its Municipal Organization and Administration, James Bell and James Paton
Reviewed by Delos F. Wilcox

pp. 709-711
 

L'Evolution Francaise sous la Troisieme Republique, Pierre de Coubertin ; The Evolution of France under the Third Republic, Pierre de Coubertin and Isabel F. Hapgood
Reviewed by Adolphe Cohn

pp. 711-715
 

Domesday Book and Beyond: Three Essays in the Early History of England, Frederic William Maitland
Reviewed by Charles Gross

pp. 715-718
 

Life and Labour of the People in London, Charles Booth
Reviewed by W. J. Ashley

pp. 719-723
 

Baumwollproduktion und Pflanzungswirtschaft in den Nordamerikanischen Sudstaaten, Ernst von Halle
Reviewed by M. B. Hammond

pp. 723-726
 

The Liquor Problem in its Legislative Aspects, Frederic H. Wines and John Koren
Reviewed by Franklin H. Giddings

pp. 726-728
 

La Disoccupazione e l'Assicurazione Degli Operai, C. F. Ferraris
Reviewed by Ugo Rabbeno

pp. 728-730
 

Introduction to the Study of Economics, Charles Jesse Bullock ; Outlines of Economic Theory, Herbert Joseph Davenport ; Outlines of Elementary Economics, Herbert Joseph Davenport
Reviewed by Richmond Mayo-Smith

pp. 730-733
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