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The Density of the Negro in the Western Hemisphere
Frank Tannenbaum

pp. 1-41

The President, Congress, and Legislation
Lawrence H. Chamberlain

pp. 42-60

The Soviet Union and International Agreements
Michael T. Florinsky

pp. 61-89

III. Evolution of Equality of States in the Inter-American System
Roberto Herrera

pp. 90-119

Freedom and Responsibility in the American Way of Life, Carl L. Becker and George H. Sabine
Reviewed by Charles E. Merriam

pp. 120-122

Fate and Freedom: A Philosophy for Free Americans, Jerome Frank
Reviewed by Max Radin

pp. 122-124

Freedom under Planning, Barbara Wootton
Reviewed by Robert S. Lynd

pp. 124-127

The Road to Reaction, Herman Finer
Reviewed by Lucius Wilmerding

pp. 128-131

Guaranteed Annual Wages, Jack Chernick and George C. Hellickson
Reviewed by Richard A. Lester

pp. 131-133

International Trade and Domestic Employment, Calvin B. Hoover
Reviewed by Frank A. Southard

pp. 133-134

The Executive in Action, Marshall Edward Dimock
Reviewed by Chester I. Barnard

pp. 134-136

The Killing of the Peace, Alan Cranston
Reviewed by Thomas A. Bailey

pp. 136-138

Federalism and Regionalism in Germany: The Division of Prussia, Arnold Brecht ; The Regions of Germany, Robert E. Dickinson
Reviewed by John H. Wuorinen

pp. 138-140

Italy and the Coming World, Barbara Barclay Carter, Sumner Welles and Don Luigi Sturzo
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 140-142

Russia and the Western World: The Place of the Soviet Union in the Comity of Nations, Max M. Laserson
Reviewed by Jesse D. Clarkson

pp. 142-144

Woodrow Wilson and the People, H. C. F. Bell
Reviewed by Henry David

pp. 144-146

The Dies Committee: A Study of the Special House Committee for the Investigation of Un-American Activities, 1938-1944, August Raymond Ogden ; Martin Dies, William Gellerman
Reviewed by Louis Filler

pp. 146-148

America's Stake in Britain's Future, George Soule
Reviewed by Mary E. Murphy

pp. 149-150

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