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Neo-Classical Economics in Britain
J. A. Hobson

pp. 337-383

The Presidential Election of 1824-1825
Everett S. Brown

pp. 384-403

Protecting Property and Liberty, 1922-1924
Thomas Reed Powell

pp. 404-437

Communism During the French Revolution, 1789-1793
Louis R. Gottschalk

pp. 438-450

The Monroe Doctrine: Its Importance in the International Life of the States of the New World, Alejandro Álvarez ; La Politica de los Estados Unidos en el Continente Americano, Raúl de Cárdenas ; Hispanic-American Relations with the United States, William Spence Robertson
Reviewed by William R. Shepherd

pp. 451-456

Letters of Members of the Continental Congress, Edmund C. Burnett ; Letters on the American Revolution, 1774-1776, Margaret W. Willard ; Letters from America, 1776-1779. Being Letters of Brunswick, Hessian, and Waldeck Officers with the British Armies during the Revolution, Ray W. Pettengill
Reviewed by Evarts B. Greene

pp. 456-461

Tudor Studies, R. W. Seton-Watson
Reviewed by Arthur Lyon Cross

pp. 461-463

The Cambridge Ancient History: The Egyptian and Hittite Empires to c. 1000 B. C, J. B. Bury, S. A. Cook and F. E. Adcock
Reviewed by William Linn Westermann

pp. 464-467

Canadian Federation, Reginald George Trotter
Reviewed by Robert Livingston Schuyler

pp. 467-469

Studies in the History of Mediaval Science, Charles Homer Haskins
Reviewed by David S. Muzzey

pp. 469-472

The Women's Garment Workers: A History of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, Louis Levine
Reviewed by Paul F. Brissenden

pp. 472-476

The Agricultural Crisis, 1920-23, R. R. Enfield
Reviewed by B. H. Hibbard

pp. 476-478

The Growth of the Law, Benjamin N. Cardozo
Reviewed by James Hart

pp. 479-480

American Problems. A Selection of Speeches and Prophecies, William E. Borah and Horace Green
Reviewed by Raymond Moley

pp. 480-483

Unemployment Relief in Great Britain: A Study in State Socialism, Felix Morley
Reviewed by H. Feldman

pp. 483-485

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