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How Far Should America Interfere?
René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 481-501

The Nature of Our Federal Union Reconsidered
Alpheus Thomas Mason

pp. 502-521

The Modern Scholar and the Americas
Richard M. Morse

pp. 522-537

Fair Compensation Under the British Labor Government
Ned Vernon Joy

pp. 538-560

The Origins of UNRRA
Grace Fox

pp. 561-584

Korea Today, George M. McCune and Arthur L. Grey

pp. 586-588

Whirlwind: An Account of Marshal Tito's Rise to Power, Stephen Clissold ; Tito, Vladimir Dedijer
Reviewed by Henry L. Roberts

pp. 589-590

America Faces Russia: Russian-American Relations from Early Times to Our Day, Thomas A. Bailey
Reviewed by Winton U. Solberg

pp. 590-592

War or Peace, John Foster Dulles
Reviewed by Basil Rauch

pp. 592-594

The United States in World Affairs, 1948-1949, John C. Campbell and George C. Marshall
Reviewed by René Albrecht-Carrié

pp. 594-596

Reprieve from War: A Manual for Realists, Lionel Gelber
Reviewed by Henry L. Roberts

pp. 596-598

I Was There, William D. Leahy
Reviewed by Edgar S. Furniss

pp. 598-600

Rehearsal for Destruction: A Study of Political Anti-Semitism in Imperial Germany, Paul W. Massing
Reviewed by Raymond J. Sontag

pp. 600-602

The Decline and Fall of British Capitalism, Keith Hutchison
Reviewed by David Owen

pp. 602-604

The New Society: The Anatomy of the Industrial Order, Peter F. Drucker
Reviewed by Paul F. Brissenden

pp. 604-606

British Railways and Economic Recovery: A Sociological Study of the Transport Problem, Kenneth H. Johnston
Reviewed by Thor Hultgren

pp. 606-608

Unions and Capitalism, Charles E. Lindblom
Reviewed by Henry David

pp. 608-610

From the Wagner Act to Taft-Hartley: A Study of National Labor Policy and Labor Relations, Harry A. Millis and Emily Clark Brown
Reviewed by Herbert R. Northrup

pp. 613-615

Capital Imports and the American Balance of Payments, 1934-39: A Study in Abnormal International Capital Transfers, Arthur I. Bloomfield
Reviewed by C. P. Kindleberger

pp. 615-616

Congress and Foreign Policy, Robert A. Dahl
Reviewed by Dayton D. McKean

pp. 617-618

Main Currents in Modern Political Thought, John H. Hallowell
Reviewed by Thomas I. Cook

pp. 618-620

The New Federalism, Michael D. Reagan
Reviewed by Roy F. Nichols

pp. 620-622

Presidential Agency, OWMR: The Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, Herman Miles Somers
Reviewed by John D. Millett

pp. 622-624

Social Thought in America: The Revolt Against Formalism, Morton G. White
Reviewed by Louis Filler

pp. 624-625

The Atlantic Civilization: Eighteenth-Century Origins, Michael Kraus
Reviewed by Max Savelle

pp. 626-628

Lafayette Between the American and the French Revolution (1783-1789), Louis Gottschalk
Reviewed by F. L. Nussbaum

pp. 628-630

The Parliamentary Government of the Commonwealth of Australia, L. F. Crisp ; Freedom & Planning in Australia, A. Campbell Garnett
Reviewed by Edward Littlejohn

pp. 630-632

La Riforma Agraria come Redistribuzione della Proprieta, Meuccio Ruini, Arrigo Serpieri, Mario Bandini and Giangastone Bolla
Reviewed by Ginevra Capocelli

pp. 632-633

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