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Holland's International Policy
C. van Vollenhoven

pp. 193-209

The Expansion of Europe II
William R. Shepherd

pp. 210-225

The Federation of India
B. Houghton

pp. 226-236

Popular Control of Government
Frederick A. Cleveland

pp. 237-261

Price Fixing in the United States During the War II
Lewis H. Haney

pp. 262-289

The Political Ideas of James I
Harold J. Laski

pp. 290-304

Henry Adams on Things in General
William A. Dunning

pp. 305-311

The Development of the United States from Colonies to a World Power, Max Farrand
Reviewed by David S. Muzzey

pp. 312-316

The Diplomatic Background of the War, 1870-1914, Charles Seymour
Reviewed by Munroe Smith

pp. 316-319

The Life and Times of Stephen Girard, John Bach McMaster
Reviewed by Dixon Ryan Fox

pp. 320-322

Richard Cobden: The International Man, J. A. Hobson
Reviewed by R. L. Schuyler

pp. 323-325

What is Fair? A Study of Some Problems of Public Utility Regulation, William G. Raymond
Reviewed by Robert L. Hale

pp. 326-329

American Problems of Reconstruction: A National Symposium, Elisha M. Friedman
Reviewed by Ordway Tead

pp. 329-331

Railway Rates and the Canadian Railway Commission, D. A. MacGibbon
Reviewed by T. W. Van Metre

pp. 331-332

The Development of Rates of Postage. An Historical and Analytical Study, A. D. Smith
Reviewed by Carl C. Plehn

pp. 332-333

The State Tax Commission, Harley Leist Lutz
Reviewed by John E. Brindley

pp. 334-335

The Science of Power, Franklin H. Giddings and Benjamin Kidd
Reviewed by Alvan A. Tenney

pp. 335-337

Addresses on Government and Citizenship, Elihu Root, Robert Bacon and James B. Scott ; The Military and Colonial Policy of the United States, Elihu Root, Robert Bacon and James B. Scott ; Addresses on International Subjects, Elihu Root, Robert Bacon and James B. Scott ; Latin America and the United States, Elihu Root, Robert Bacon and James B. Scott
Reviewed by Edwin M. Borchard

pp. 337-339

Modern and Contemporary European History, J. Salwyn Schapiro
Reviewed by Harry E. Barnes

pp. 339-343

Documents of the Canadian Constitution: 1759-1915, W. P. M. Kennedy
Reviewed by Edward Porritt

pp. 343-344

National Self-Government, its Growth and Principles, Ramsay Muir
Reviewed by David S. Muzzey

pp. 344-347

The Patrimony of the Roman Church in the Time of Gregory the Great, Edward Spearing
Reviewed by Harry J. Carman

pp. 347-348

Trade Unionism in the United States, Robert F. Hoxie
Reviewed by George E. Barnett

pp. 349-350

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