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The Silver Problem
Arthur Salter

pp. 321-334

New Light on the Paris Peace Conference
Robert C. Binkley

pp. 335-361

The Planned Economy of Soviet Russia
William Adams Brown, A. Ford Hinrichs

pp. 362-402

The Prussian Bureaucracy in the Eighteenth Century
Walter L. Dorn

pp. 403-423

Can Europe Unite?
Francis Deák

pp. 424-433

Europe, The World's Banker: 1870-1914, Herbert Feis
Reviewed by James W. Angell

pp. 434-436

Mercantilisme et Protectionnisme, J. Morini-Comby
Reviewed by Abbott Payson Usher

pp. 436-437

The End of Reparations, Hjalmar Schacht and Lewis Gannett ; Das Ende der Reparationen, Hjhalmar Schacht
Reviewed by Horace Taylor

pp. 438-441

Population, Corrado Gini, Shiroshi Nasu, Robert R. Kuczynski and Oliver E. Baker
Reviewed by C. E. McGuire

pp. 441-444

The National Income and Its Purchasing Power, W. I. King
Reviewed by Morris A. Copeland

pp. 444-447

The Paris Commune, Edward S. Mason
Reviewed by Samuel Bernstein

pp. 448-449

La Critica della Economia Liberale, Ugo Spirito
Reviewed by Shepard B. Clough

pp. 449-451

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