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The Recent Trust Decisions
Henry R. Seager

pp. 581-614

The Economic Aspects of Immigration
Isaac A. Hourwich

pp. 615-642

State Taxation of Interstate Commerce. I
H. J. Davenport

pp. 643-658

The Economic Results of the Specialist Production and Marketing of Wheat
James Mavor

pp. 659-675

Turkey in Europe. II
William Milligan Sloane

pp. 676-696

The Letters of John Stuart Mill
Jacob H. Hollander

pp. 697-706

Record of Political Events
C. H. Hayes, E. M. Sait

pp. 735-772

Socialism and the Social Movement, Werner Sombart and M. Epstein ; Das Lebenswerk von Karl Marx, Werner Sombart ; Karl Marx, His Life and Work, John Spargo
Reviewed by Vladimir G. Simkhovitch

pp. 707-711

Theorie der Reinen und Politischen Oekonomie, Franz Oppenheimer
Reviewed by John M. Gitterman

pp. 711-714

Taxation of Land Values in American Cities, Benjamin C. Marsh

pp. 714-715

The Alien Problem and its Remedy, M. J. Landa
Reviewed by A. G. Porritt

p. 716

Economic Annals of the Nineteenth Century, 1801-1820, William Smart

pp. 717-719

Land Problems and National Welfare, Christopher Turnor
Reviewed by Benjamin H. Hibbard

pp. 719-722

The Conservation of Natural Resources in the United States, Charles Richard Van Hise ; Soil Fertility and Permanent Agriculture, Cyril G. Hopkins
Reviewed by H. R. Mussey

pp. 722-724

History of the Sherman Law of the United States of America, Albert H. Walker
Reviewed by Jackson E. Reynolds

pp. 724-726

The Story of the American Merchant Marine, John R. Spears
Reviewed by Royal Meeker

pp. 727-729

The Revision and Amendment of State Constitutions, Walter Farleigh Dodd
Reviewed by E. M. Sait

pp. 729-731

The International Law and Custom of Ancient Greece and Rome, Coleman Phillipson

pp. 731-733

Following the Conquistadores up the Orinoco and down the Magdalena, H. J. Mozans ; Following the Conquistadores along the Andes and down the Amazon, Theodore Roosevelt and H. J. Mozans

pp. 733-734

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