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The Asiatic Problem and Its Relation to the United States

pp. 181-196

The Panama Canal: The Title and Concession
Emory R. Johnson

pp. 197-215

The Future of the Limping Standard
Charles A. Conant

pp. 216-237

Radical Democracy in France. II.
W. M. Sloane

pp. 238-255

Customary Law. I.
Munroe Smith

pp. 256-281

The Results of Reciprocity With Brazil
Lincoln Hutchinson

pp. 282-312

The Industrial Commission on Transportation
William Z. Ripley

pp. 313-320

Errata: Customary Law. I.

p. 319

Record of Political Events
J. W. Garner

pp. 357-384

A History of American Political Theories, Charles Edward Merriam
Reviewed by Andrew C. McLaughlin

pp. 321-325

Rhode Island: Its Making and Its Meaning, Irving Berdine Richman
Reviewed by Frank Greene Bates

pp. 325-328

The Story of the Mormons, William Alexander Linn
Reviewed by Franklin H. Giddings

pp. 328-330

History of the Constitutions of Iowa, Benjamin F. Shambaugh
Reviewed by C. E. Merriam

pp. 331-332

Democracy and the Organization of Political Parties, M. Ostrogorski, James Bryce and Frederick Clarke
Reviewed by F. J. Goodnow

pp. 332-334

The History of South Carolina in the Revolution, 1780-1783, Edward McCrady
Reviewed by John S. Bassett

pp. 335-336

A History of Italian Unity, Bolton King
Reviewed by J. F. Barnett

pp. 336-340

Ireland, Agricultural and Industrial, William P. Coyne
Reviewed by Ellen Scott Davison

pp. 340-343

The Social Unrest: Studies in Labor and Socialist Movements, John Graham Brooks
Reviewed by A. F. Weber

pp. 343-345

Die Oekonomische Entwickelung Europas, Maxime Kowalewsky
Reviewed by Gaillard Thomas Lapsley

pp. 346-350

Geschichte der Nationalokonomie, August Oncken

pp. 350-352

Lectures on the Theory of Economics, Frederick Charles Hicks
Reviewed by Charles J. Bullock

pp. 352-354

Der Moderne Kapitalismus, Werner Sombart
Reviewed by Alvin S. Johnson

pp. 354-356

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