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A Draft of a Frame of Government
Theodosius Stevens Tyng

pp. 193-214

Separation of Powers: Administrative Exercise of Legislative and Judicial Power
Thomas Reed Powell

pp. 215-238

Interest and Profits in Rate Regulation
Howard T. Lewis

pp. 239-259

The British National Insurance Act
Edward Porritt

pp. 260-280

The Mexican Revolution: Its Causes and Consequences
L. S. Rowe

pp. 281-297

A Documentary History of American Labor
George E. Barnett

pp. 298-304

Fite's Individualism
B. M. Anderson

pp. 305-311

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

pp. 351-384

The Practical Results of Workingmen's Insurance in Germany, Ferdinand Friedensburg and Louis H. Gray
Reviewed by I. M. Rubinow

pp. 312-314

The Steel Workers, John A. Fitch ; Homestead: The Households of a Mill Town, Margaret F. Byington
Reviewed by G. G. Groat

pp. 314-317

Der Kampf Zwischen Kapital und Arbeit: Versuch einer Systematischen Darstellung mit Besonderer Berucksichtigung der Gegenwartigen Deutschen Verhaltnisse, Adolf Weber
Reviewed by J. R. Commons

pp. 318-319

A History of Labor Representation, A. W. Humphrey
Reviewed by Edward Porritt

pp. 319-320

Die Okonomische Entwicklung Europas: Die Hofrechtliche Verfassung des Gewerbes und des Zunftwesens. Der Schwarze Tod und Seine Wirtschaftlichen Folgen, M. Kowalewsky and M. B. Kupperberg
Reviewed by Gaillard Lapsley

pp. 320-324

The Constitution and Finance of English, Scottish and Irish Joint-Stock Companies to 1720, William Robert Scott
Reviewed by Clive Day

pp. 324-326

Railway Rate Theories of the Interstate Commerce Commission, M. B. Hammond ; Problems in Railway Regulation, H. S. Haines ; The Railway Library, 1909, 1910, Slason Thompson
Reviewed by Ernest Ritson Dewsnup

pp. 326-329

Allgemeine Volkswirtschaftslehre, Wilhelm Lexis
Reviewed by Alvin S. Johnson

pp. 330-332

Disturbing Elements in the Study and Teaching of Political Economy, James Bonar
Reviewed by Henry B. Gardner

pp. 332-334

Les Expropriations et le prix des Terrains a Paris, 1860-1900, Maurice Halbwachs
Reviewed by C. D. Thompson

pp. 334-336

Rural Denmark and its Lessons, H. Rider Haggard
Reviewed by Jesse E. Pope

pp. 336-338

The Annexation of Texas, Justin H. Smith
Reviewed by R. L. Schuyler

pp. 338-340

Annexation, Preferential Trade and Reciprocity, Cephas D. Allin and George M. Jones

pp. 341-342

Essai sur les Mejoras, ou Avantages Legitimaires dans le Droit Espagnol, Ancien et Moderne, Georges De Lacoste
Reviewed by Paul Fuller

pp. 342-343

Totemism and Exogamy, J. G. Frazer

pp. 343-345

Influences of Geographic Environment, on the Basis of Ratzel's System of Anthropo-Geography, Ellen Churchill Semple
Reviewed by A. A. Tenney

pp. 345-348

The Changing Chinese: The Conflict of Oriental and Western Cultures in China, Edward Alsworth Ross
Reviewed by Eugene E. Agger

pp. 348-350

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