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Volume 2 - Number 4 - December 1887

 

The Oleomargarine Law: A Study of Congressional Politics
Henry C. Bannard

pp. 545-557
 

The Constitution of the United States in Reconstruction

pp. 558-602
 

Profits Under Modern Conditions
John B. Clark

pp. 603-619
 

The Natural Rate of Wages
Franklin H. Giddings

pp. 620-637
 

Local Government in England
Frank J. Goodnow

pp. 638-665
 

India's Unadjusted Trade Balance: Its Effects on the Industrial and Commercial Condition of the People
W. Martin Wood

pp. 666-682
 

Addendum: India's Unadjusted Trade Balance: Its Effects on the Industrial and Commercial Condition of the People

pp. 682-683
 

A History of the Legislative Union of Great Britain and Ireland, T. Dunbar Ingram

pp. 684-688
 

American Statesmen. Patrick Henry, Moses Coit Tyler
Reviewed by Albert Bushnell Hart

pp. 688-690
 

The Friendly Society Movement: Its Origin, Rise, and Growth; Its Social, Moral, and Educational Influences, John Frome Wilkinson ; Die Englischen Arbeiterverbande und ihr Recht, J. M. Baernreither
Reviewed by Henry W. Farnam

pp. 690-695
 

Die Gewinnbetheiligung, ihre Praktische Anwendung und Theoretische Berechtigung, Heinrich Frommer
Reviewed by Nicholas P. Gilman

pp. 695-696
 

Wealth and Progress: A Critical Examination of the Labor Problem, George Gunton

pp. 696-699
 

The Silver Pound, and England's Monetary Policy since the Restoration: together with the History of the Guinea. Illustrated by Contemporary Documents, S. Dana Horton
Reviewed by Worthington C. Ford

pp. 699-701
 

Railway Rates, English and Foreign, J. Grierson ; Railway Practice: Its Principles and Suggested Reforms Reviewed, E. Porter Alexander ; Railway Problems: An Inquiry into the Economic Conditions of Railway Working in Different Countries, J. S. Jeans ; State Purchase of Railways, Charles Waring ; Traite des Chemins de fer, Alfred Picard

pp. 701-705
 

Die Maxime Laissez faire et laissez passer, ihr Ursprung, ihr Werden, August Oncken

pp. 706-707
 

Allgemeines Verwaltungsrecht, O. von Sarwey
Reviewed by Frank J. Goodnow

pp. 707-709
 

Traite de la Juridiction Administrative et des Recours Contentieux, E. Laferrière
Reviewed by Frank J. Goodnow

pp. 709-712
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