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Private Corporations from the Point of View of Political Science
John W. Burgess

pp. 201-212

The Continental System of Napoleon
William M. Sloane

pp. 213-231

The English Local Government Board
Milo R. Maltbie

pp. 232-258

Zola, Dreyfus and the French Republic
Frederick W. Whitridge

pp. 259-272

Official Tariff Comparisons
Worthington Chauncey Ford

pp. 273-285

The Results of the German Exchange Act of 1896
Henry Crosby Emery

pp. 286-320

Levasseur's American Workingman
S. N. D. North

pp. 321-333

Record of Political Events

pp. 364-388

Old Virginia and Her Neighbors, John Fiske
Reviewed by Herbert L. Osgood

pp. 334-338

The Liberty and Free Soil Parties in the Northwest, Theodore Clarke Smith
Reviewed by John P. Cushing

pp. 338-340

France under Louis XV, James Breck Perkins
Reviewed by H. A. Cushing

pp. 341-342

Vincent de Gournay, G. Schelle
Reviewed by W. J. Ashley

pp. 342-344

Histoire des Corporations de Metiers Depuis Leurs Origines Jusqu'a leur Suppression en 1791, suivie d'une Etude sur l'Evolution de l'Idee Corporative au XIXe Siecle et sur les Syndicats Professionels, Étienne Martin Saint-Léon
Reviewed by E. R. A. Seligman

pp. 345-346

Studies in the Civil Law and its Relations to the Law of England and America, William Wirt Howe
Reviewed by Munroe Smith

pp. 346-349

Unforeseen Tendencies of Democracy, Edwin L. Godkin
Reviewed by Frank J. Goodnow

pp. 350-351

La Questione dei Negri, Enrico Morselli
Reviewed by Stephen F. Weston

pp. 351-353

Der Zug nach der Stadt. Statistische Studien uber Vorgange der Bevolkerungsbewegung im Deutschen Reiche, R. Kuczynski
Reviewed by A. F. Weber

pp. 354-355

Evolutional Ethics and Animal Psychology, E. P. Evans ; The Psychology of Suggestion, Boris Sidis
Reviewed by Edmond Kelly

pp. 355-357

La Lutte Contre le mal, J. J. Clamagerau

pp. 357-358

Agrarpolitik. Teil I: Theoretische Einleitung in die Agrarpolitik, Lujo Brentano
Reviewed by M. B. Hammond

pp. 359-361

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