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The Social Function of Trade Unionism
Frank Tannenbaum

pp. 161-194

The Fourth Five Year Plan: Heavy Versus Consumers' Goods Industries
Abram Bergson

pp. 195-227

Federal Legislation in Support of Science
Alfred E. Cohn

pp. 228-240

Science Legislation and the Social Sciences
Talcott Parsons

pp. 241-249

United States Occupation Policies in Japan since Surrender
Hugh Borton

pp. 250-257

IV Revindication of the Principle of Legal Equality of States, 1871-1914
Adolf Lande

pp. 258-286

The Last Tory Prime Minister
Lindsay Rogers

pp. 287-294

India--Past, Present and the Future
Taraknath Das

pp. 295-304

Total War and the Constitution, Edward S. Corwin
Reviewed by Carl Brent Swisher

pp. 305-307

Arsenal of Democracy: The Story of American War Production, Donald M. Nelson
Reviewed by Thomas C. Cochran

pp. 307-308

The Strange Alliance: The Story of Our Efforts at Wartime Co-operation with Russia, John R. Deane
Reviewed by Alex Inkeles

pp. 308-310

The Soviet Impact on the Western World, Edward Hallett Carr
Reviewed by John Shelton Curtiss

pp. 310-311

Democracy in France: The Third Republic, David Thomson
Reviewed by Geoffrey Bruun

pp. 311-313

French Labor: From Popular Front to Liberation, Henry W. Ehrmann

pp. 313-315

Federalism in Central and Eastern Europe, Rudolf Schlesinger
Reviewed by Carl E. Schorske

pp. 315-317

The United States and the Near East, Ephraim A. Speiser ; Saudi Arabia: With an Account of the Development of Its Natural Resources, K. S. Twitchell
Reviewed by Edwin M. Wright

pp. 317-320

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