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In Memoriam: George Arthur Plimpton

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Democracy's Third Estate: The Consumer
Robert S. Lynd

pp. 481-515

Administrative Adjudication: An Analysis II
Charles S. Hyneman

pp. 516-537

English Local Government Finance Under the Local Government Act of 1929
Mabel Newcomer

pp. 538-568

Better Government Personnel
Herman Finer

pp. 569-599

The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, John Maynard Keynes
Reviewed by Benjamin Haggott Beckhart

pp. 600-603

Managing the People's Money, Joseph E. Goodbar
Reviewed by Ivan Wright

pp. 603-606

Soviet Money and Finance, L. E. Hubbard
Reviewed by Michael T. Florinsky

pp. 606-607

Aspects of the Theory of International Capital Movements, Carl Iversen ; Internationale Kapitalbewegungen, Ragnar Nurkse ; Les Mouvements Internationaux des Capitaux, Jean Malpas
Reviewed by C. P. Kindleberger

pp. 607-610

The Effects of Foreign Loans on the Borrowing Country, Zoltán de Óvári-Papp

pp. 610-612

Karl Marx, Franz Mehring, Edward Fitzgerald, Ruth Norden and Heinz Norden
Reviewed by S. Bernstein

pp. 612-615

Samuel Gompers, Champion of the Toiling Masses, Rowland Hill Harvey
Reviewed by John R. Commons

pp. 615-616

Industrial Planning Under Codes, George B. Galloway
Reviewed by P. F. Brissenden

pp. 616-618

Industrial Germany: A Study of Its Monopoly Organisations and Their Control by the State, Hermann Levy
Reviewed by Arthur Robert Burns

pp. 619-620

Made in Japan, Guenther Stein ; Social Aspects of Industrial Development in Japan, Fernand Maurette
Reviewed by Dorothy Johnson Orchard

pp. 621-622

Modern Samoa: Its Government and Changing Life, Felix M. Keesing ; Taming Philippine Headhunters: A Study of Government and of Cultural Change in Northern Luzon, Felix M. Keesing and Marie Keesing ; The Origins of International Rivalry in Samoa, 1845-1884, Sylvia Masterman
Reviewed by Samuel McKee

pp. 622-624

Deutschland und die Vereinigten Staaten in der Weltpolitik, Alfred Vagts
Reviewed by Louis Leo Snyder

pp. 624-626

American Foreign Policy in the Post-War Years, Frank H. Simonds
Reviewed by George H. Blakeslee

pp. 626-628

Great Britain and the Law of Nations: A Selection of Documents Illustrating the Views of the Government in the United Kingdom upon Matters of International Law. Volume II: Territory, Herbert Arthur Smith
Reviewed by Philip C. Jessup

pp. 628-630

The Soviet Union and International Law: A Study Based on the Legislation, Treaties and Foreign Relations of the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics, T. A. Taracouzio
Reviewed by Frederick Sherwood Dunn

pp. 630-632

Condorcet and the Rise of Liberalism, J. Salwyn Schapiro
Reviewed by Eloise Ellery

pp. 632-634

The Estates General of 1789, Mitchell B. Garrett
Reviewed by Beatrice F. Hyslop

pp. 634-635

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