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The New German Constitution
Ernst Freund

pp. 177-203

Forecasting the Crops of the Dakotas
Henry L. Moore

pp. 204-235

Durkheim's Contribution to the Reconstruction of Political Theory
Harry E. Barnes

pp. 236-254

The Development of a System of Federal Grants-in-Aid I
Paul H. Douglas

pp. 255-271

The Burdens of Preparedness and War
S. Leon Levy

pp. 272-295

Indian Constitutional Reform, Vincent A. Smith ; The Government of India, J. Ramsay Macdonald ; The Political Future of India, Lajpat Rai
Reviewed by Benoy Kumar Sarkar

pp. 296-299

Indian Nationality, Ramsay Muir and R. N. Gilchrist
Reviewed by Benoy Kumar Sarkar

pp. 299-301

The Italian Emigration of Our Times, Robert R. Foerster
Reviewed by Dino Bigongiari

pp. 301-304

Some Ethical Questions of Peace and War with Especial Reference to Ireland, Walter McDonald
Reviewed by George L. Fox

pp. 304-306

Origin of Government, Hugh Taylor
Reviewed by E. M. Sait

pp. 306-309

The Emancipation of Massachusetts, Brooks Adams

pp. 309-311

Political Thought in England from Herbert Spencer to the Present Day, Ernest Barker

pp. 311-313

The National Government of the United States, Everett Kimball
Reviewed by Thomas Reed Powell

pp. 313-314

The Mathematical Theory of Population, of its Characters and Fluctuations, and of the Factors which Influence Them, G. H. Knibbs
Reviewed by William F. Ogburn

pp. 314-317

Gold, Prices and the Witwatersrand, R. A. Lehfeldt
Reviewed by H. Parker Willis

pp. 317-318

Die Europaischen Kriegsverhandlungen, Max Beer
Reviewed by Munroe Smith

pp. 318-320

Traditions of British Statesmanship: Some Comments on Passing Events, Arthur D. Elliot
Reviewed by Edward Porritt

pp. 320-321

Punishment and Reformation, Winthrop D. Lane and Frederick Howard Wines
Reviewed by Spencer Miller

pp. 321-322

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