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Volume 22 - Number 4 - December 1907

 

Railroad Valuation
William Z. Ripley

pp. 577-610
 

The Legal Status of Trade Unions in the United Kingdom, with Conclusions Applicable to the United States
Henry R. Seager

pp. 611-629
 

Constitutionality of Civil Service Legislation
Harold Harper

pp. 630-644
 

The Office of Mayor in France
William Bennett Munro

pp. 645-662
 

Some Problems Connected with the Roman Gens
George Willis Botsford

pp. 663-692
 

Current Political Theory, Historical and Systematic

pp. 693-707
 

Record of Political Events
C. A. Beard, C. H. Hayes

pp. 748-776
 

Studies of Political Thought from Gerson to Grotius, 1414-1625, John Neville Figgis

pp. 708-710
 

A History of Diplomacy in the International Development of Europe: The Struggle for Universal Empire, David Jayne Hill ; A History of Diplomacy in the International Development of Europe: The Establishment of Territorial Sovereignty, David Jayne Hill
Reviewed by Earle W. Dow

pp. 711-713
 

American Legislatures and Legislative Methods, Paul S. Reinsch
Reviewed by Henry Jones Ford

pp. 713-716
 

The Federal Power over Carriers and Corporations, E. Parmalee Prentice
Reviewed by H. A. Cushing

pp. 716-719
 

Englisches Staatsrecht, Julius Hatschek
Reviewed by Charles A. Beard

pp. 719-723
 

The Principles of German Civil Law, Ernest J. Schuster
Reviewed by Rudolf Leonhard

pp. 723-724
 

Urkundenlehre, Wilhelm Erben, Ludwig Schmitz-Kallenberg and Oswald Redlich
Reviewed by Charles H. Haskins

pp. 725-726
 

The Economic Development of a Norfolk Manor, 1086-1565, Frances G. Davenport
Reviewed by Charles M. Andrews

pp. 726-728
 

The Seigniorial System in Canada, William Bennett Munro
Reviewed by F. P. Walton

pp. 729-731
 

Reconstruction in South Carolina: 1865-1877, John S. Reynolds
Reviewed by David M. DeWitt

pp. 731-734
 

The New Earth; A Recital of the Triumphs of Modern Agriculture in America, W. S. Harwood
Reviewed by Henry C. Taylor

pp. 734-736
 

Die Verschuldung des Bauerlichen Grundbesitzes in Bayern, Arthur Cohn
Reviewed by James B. Morman

pp. 736-738
 

Essays and Addresses on Economic Questions, Viscount Goschen
Reviewed by Alvin S. Johnson

pp. 738-739
 

Die Weltwirschaft: Ein Jahr- und Lesebuch, E. von Halle
Reviewed by Robert C. Brooks

pp. 739-740
 

The New Basis of Civilization, Simon N. Patten
Reviewed by George E. Vincent

pp. 741-743
 

The Family: An Ethnographical and Historical Outline with Descriptive Notes, Elsie Clews Parsons
Reviewed by Frederick Morgan Davenport

pp. 744-747
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