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Volume 17 - Number 3 - September 1902

 

Do Trade Unions Limit Output?
John Martin

pp. 369-380
 

Cartels and Trusts in Holland in the Seventeenth Century
André E. Sayous

pp. 381-393
 

The Past and the Future of the Interstate Commerce Commission
B. H. Meyer

pp. 394-437
 

What Happened to the English Parish. II
Sidney Webb, Beatrice Webb

pp. 438-459
 

The Scientific Basis of Imperialism
J. A. Hobson

pp. 460-489
 

The Judiciary of the German Empire. I.
J. W. Garner

pp. 490-514
 

Western Civilization, Benjamin Kidd
Reviewed by Edmond Kelly

pp. 515-518
 

Studies in History and Jurisprudence, James Bryce
Reviewed by Munroe Smith

pp. 519-522
 

Les republiques parlementaires, Ernest Carette and Albert Soubies
Reviewed by John W. Burgess

pp. 522-523
 

Colonial Government, Paul S. Reinsch ; British Rule and Jurisdiction beyond the Seas, Henry Jenkyns and Courtenay Ilbert ; Dix annees de politique coloniale, J. Chailley-Bert
Reviewed by F. J. Goodnow

pp. 523-526
 

The Development of Cabinet Government in England, Mary Taylor Blauvelt
Reviewed by Herbert L. Osgood

pp. 526-528
 

The Foundations of American Foreign Policy, Albert Bushnell Hart
Reviewed by Walter Wheeler Cook

pp. 528-530
 

The Constitutional History of the United States, Francis Newton Thorpe
Reviewed by Harry Pratt Judson

pp. 530-533
 

The Mastery of the Pacific, Archibald R. Colquhoun
Reviewed by John B. Clark

pp. 533-534
 

The Temperance Problem and Social Reform, Joseph Rowntree and Arthur Sherwell
Reviewed by Raymond Calkins

pp. 534-536
 

The Level of Social Motion, Michael A. Lane
Reviewed by Edward Allsworth Ross

pp. 536-538
 

Economics as a Foundation for a Theory of Government, William M. Coleman
Reviewed by Alvin S. Johnson

pp. 538-540
 

Psychologie economique, G. Tarde
Reviewed by Michael M. Davis

pp. 540-542
 

Financial Crises and Periods of Industrial and Commercial Depression, Theodore E. Burton
Reviewed by Edward D. Jones

pp. 543-545
 

Principles of Political Economy, J. Shield Nicholson
Reviewed by Alvin S. Johnson

pp. 545-546
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