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QUARTERLY

EDITED BY THE FACULTY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

Volume XIX]

MARCH, 1904

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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

THE EDITORS

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Copyright, 1903, by the Editors of the Political Science Quarterly.

A Review devoted to the historical, statistical and comparative study of

politics, economics and public law.

Plan. — The field of the Quarterly is indicated by its title; its object is to give the results of scientific investigation in this field. The Quarterly follows the most important movements of foreign politics, but devotes chief attention to questions of present interest in the United States. On such questions its attitude is non-partisan. Every article is signed ; and every article, including those of the editors, expresses simply the personal view of the writer.

Editors. — The Quarterly is under the editorial management of the Faculty of Political Science of Columbia University.

Contributors. — The list includes university and college teachers, politicians, lawyers, journalists and business men in all parts of the United States, and Eng. lish and Continental professors and publicists.

CONTENTS OF THE LAST TWO NUMBERS.

.E. DANA DURAND. . Jos. FRENCH JOHNSON. .FRANKLIN H. GIDDINGS.

.ALTON D. ADAMS. ALBERT E. McKINLEY. JAMES WILFORD GARNER.

September, 1903.
The Anthracite Coal Strike.......
A New Theory of Prices.....
The Economic Significance of Culture....
State Control of Trusts....
Two New Southern Constitutions...
The German Judiciary. II.........

December, 1903.
The Sugar Situation in Austria.......
Monopoly and the Struggles of Classes ....
Division of Governmental Power in Greece.
State Boards and Commissions....
The Friars in the Philippines.
The Cambridge Modern History...

.FRANCIS WALKER. JOHN BATES CLARK.

E. V. ROBINSON. FRANCIS H. WHITE.

JAMES A. LEROY. JAMES HARVEY ROBINSON.

Literature. Each number contains careful reviews by specialists of recent publications. At least twice a year these reviews will be supplemented by a series of short Book Notes.

Record. — The Record of Political Events, published twice a year, gives a résumé of political and social movements throughout the world.

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QUARTERLY

A REVIEW DEVOTED TO THE HISTORICAL STATISTICAL

AND COMPARATIVE STUDY OF POLITICS

ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC LAW

EDITED BY
THE FACULTY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

VOLUME NINETEENTH

GINN AND COMPANY
NEW YORK, BOSTON, CHICAGO, U.S.A., AND LONDON

BERLIN: PUTTKAMMER AND MÜHLBRECHT

EDITORS

JOHN W. BURGESS
MUNROE SMITH

Managing Editor
FRANK J. GOODNOW
EDWIN R. A. SELIGMAN
WILLIAM A. DUNNING
HERBERT L. OSGOOD
JOHN BASSETT MOORE
FRANKLIN H. GIDDINGS
JOHN B. CLARK
JAMES HARVEY ROBINSON
WILLIAM M. SLOANE
HENRY R. SEAGER
HENRY L. MOORE

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