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Social Legislation and the Courts
W. F. Dodd

pp. 1-17

"People's Rule" on Trial
George H. Haynes

pp. 18-33

Separation of Powers: Administrative Exercise of Legislative and Judicial Power
Thomas Reed Powell

pp. 34-48

The Tariff Board's Report on Wool and Woolens
L. D. H. Weld

pp. 49-70

Recent Tax Reforms Abroad. III

pp. 71-94

European Diplomacy and the Balkan Problem
Stephen P. Duggan

pp. 95-122

Patten's Reconstruction of Economic Theory
B. M. Anderson

pp. 123-129

Bergson's Philosophy
J. T. Shotwell

pp. 130-135

The Golden Bough, J. G. Frazer
Reviewed by J. T. Shotwell

pp. 136-138

A Philosophy of Social Progress, E. J. Urwick
Reviewed by F. A. Dewey

pp. 138-140

Le Conflit de la Morale et de la Sociologie, Simon Deploige
Reviewed by C. E. Gehlke

pp. 140-142

The New Competition, Arthur J. Eddy
Reviewed by Alvin S. Johnson

pp. 142-145

Pay-Day, C. H. Henderson
Reviewed by Walter E. Clark

p. 146

Saleswomen in Mercantile Stores, Elizabeth B. Butler ; Fatigue and Efficiency, Josephine Goldmark
Reviewed by Mary Van Kleeck

pp. 147-149

Outlines of Political Economy, S. J. Chapman ; Economics, Descriptive and Theoretical, Mabel Atkinson and Margaret McKillop
Reviewed by Eugene E. Agger

pp. 149-151

Common Land and Inclosure, E. C. K. Gonner
Reviewed by A. G. Porritt

pp. 151-153

The Cambridge Medieval History: The Christian Roman Empire and and the Foundation of the Teutonic Kingdoms, J. B. Bury, H. M. Gwatkin and J. P. Whitney
Reviewed by E. F. Humphrey

pp. 153-156

The Influence of Wealth in Imperial Rome, William Stearns Davis
Reviewed by R. F. Scholz

pp. 156-159

Anson Burlingame and the First Chinese Mission to Foreign Powers, Frederick Wells Williams ; The Passing of the Manchus, Percy Horace Kent
Reviewed by John Bassett Moore

pp. 159-160

The Wisconsin Idea, Charles McCarthy ; Wisconsin: An Experiment in Democracy, Frederic C. Howe
Reviewed by E. M. Sait

pp. 160-163

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