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EDITED BY THE FACULTY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
Germany, Great Britain and the United States, J. W. BURGESS Our Mohammedan Subjects
.E. A. DODGE The Immigration Problem
R. P. FALKNER The International Mercantile Marine Company. E. S. MEADE The Minimum Sacrifice Theory of Taxation T. N. CARVER New England Colonial Finance .
H. L. OSGOOD The Political Science Association
W. W. WILLOUGHBY The Administrative Law of the United States, F. J. GOODNOW Reviews : Hoar's Autobiography of Seventy Years — Hart's Actual Government
under American Conditions — Dewey's Financial History of the United States – Mitchell's History of the Greenbacks — Johnson's American Railway Transportation — Meyer's Railway Legislation in the United States — Montague's Standard Oil Company – Morley's Life of Gladstone — Ashley's Tariff Problem - Sidney and Beatrice Webb's History of Liquor Licensing in England — Day's Policy and Administration of the Dutch in Java — King's
Mazzini - Newman's Politics of Aristotle. Book Notes
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Copyright, 1903, by the Editors of the Political Science Quarterly.
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