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Popular Control of Senatorial Elections
George N. Haynes

pp. 577-593

Shipping Subsidies
R. Meeker

pp. 594-611

Recent Railroad Commission Legislation
Frank Haigh Dixon

pp. 612-624

Communistic Societies in the United States
Frederick A. Bushee

pp. 625-664

Berlin's Tax Problem
Robert C. Brooks

pp. 665-695

Private Property in Maritime War
Guilio Marchetti Ferrante

pp. 696-717

Record of Political Events
Charles Beard, Alvin S. Johnson

pp. 740-776

L'Estremo Oriente e le sue Lotte, Enrico Catellani ; La Revolte de l'Asie, Victor Bérard
Reviewed by Paul S. Reinsch

pp. 718-720

The United States and Porto Rico, L. S. Rowe
Reviewed by J. B. Moore

pp. 720-722

The National Administration of the United States of America, John A. Fairlie
Reviewed by J. W. Garner

pp. 722-725

L'Etat Moderne et son Droit, Georg Jellinek

pp. 728-730

The Progress of the German Working Classes in the Last Quarter of a Century, W. J. Ashley
Reviewed by T. S. Adams

pp. 730-731

Schutzzoll und Freihandel: die Voraussetzungen and Grenzen Ihrer Berechtigung, Richard Schüller ; Das neue Deutsche Zolltarifrecht, Erich Trautvetter ; Facts and Figures: The Basis of Economic Science, Edward Atkinson
Reviewed by A. S. Johnson

pp. 732-734

Modern Industrialism, Frank L. McVey
Reviewed by Lindley M. Keasbey

pp. 734-736

Industrial Organization in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, George Unwin
Reviewed by Thomas Walker Page

pp. 736-738

The King's Household in England before the Norman Conquest, Laurence Marcellus Larson
Reviewed by Charles Beard

pp. 738-739

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