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enclosed postage for return) to Mr. J. G. Thorp, Jr., 89 State street, Boston, Mass.

Another excellent résumé of the facts on the Norwegian system is to be found in a pamphlet by Dr. Gould, giving in a more popular form and with additional facts the substance of his report to the United States Department of Labor. This also may be had from Mr. Thorp on payment of twenty-five cents.

The School of Applied Ethics will hold its fourth summer session at Plymouth, Mass., commencing on July 8, 1895, and continuing for five weeks. There are to be four departments-Economics, Ethics, Education and History of Religions.

In the Department of Economics the subjects to be treated are: "The Relation of the State to Industry," "State Legislation," "Taxation," and "The Importance of Official Investigation in the Solution of Industrial Affairs." Among those to lecture in this department are Professor H. C. Adams, of Michigan University; Professor J. W. Jenks, Cornell University; Professor J. B. Clark, Amherst College; Dr. E. R. L. Gould, Johns Hopkins University; Professor Arthur H. Hadley, Yale University, and Carroll D. Wright, Commissioner of Labor.

In the Department of Ethics Professor Felix Adler will give six lectures on the following subjects: (1) "The Ethics of Industrial Conflict" (Boycotts, Strikes, etc.). (2) "The Ethics of Industrial Peace" (Mediation, Arbitration, etc.). (3) "The Effect of Modern Industrial Development on the Family." (4) "Socialism and the Family." (5) "The Future Development of Trades Unionism." (6) "Spiritual Regeneration as a Means of Promoting Industrial Progress." Professor Woodrow Wilson, Princeton University, will give two lectures on "The Referendum in Europe and the United States," and Judge Oliver Wendell Holmes may possibly give three lectures on "The Effect of Modern Economic Development on the Interpretation of the Law."

A complete program which will soon be ready can be obtained from the secretary of the school, Mr. S. Burns Weston, 1305 Arch street, Philadelphia.


Sociological Theory:

"Hull House Maps and Papers. A presentation of nationalities and wages in a congested district of Chicago, together with comments and essays on problems growing out of social conditions." By RESIDENTS OF HULL HOUSE, a social settlement, at 335 South Halsted

St., Chicago. Pp. viii, 200, with two large colored pocket maps and many diagrams. New York: T. Y. Crowell & Co., 1895.

"Handbook of the American Economic Association, 1895, together with Report of the Seventh Annual Meeting, Columbia College, December 27-29, 1894." Vol. X, No. 3. Supplement of Publications of the American Economic Association, March, 1895. Pp. 138. [Contains a report of the discussion on the papers presented by Professor Richmond Mayo-Smith, "Statistics as an Instrument of Investigation in Sociology," and Professor A. W. Small, "The Relation of Sociology to Economics," together with abstracts of these papers.] "The Relation of Sociology to Economics." By Professor A. W. SMALL. Paper, read at American Economic Association Meeting, December, 1894. Journal of Political Economy, March, 1895.

"Malthus et la Statistique." Par GIUSEPPE FIAMINGO. Journal des Economistes, February and March numbers, 1895.

"Un problème de colonisation intérieure: La germanisation de la Pologne prussienne." Par B. AUERBACH. Annales de l'école libre des sciences politiques, March 15, 1895.

"Stadt und Land unter dem Einfluss der Binnenwanderungen.” Von A. WIRMINGHAUS. Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik, Jena, January, 1895.

"The United States of America: A Study of the American Commonwealth, its Natural Resources, People, Industries, etc." By N. S. SHALER and others. Two vols. Price, $10. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1894.

"Social Evolution." By BENJAMIN KIDD. Pp. 374. Price, paper, 25 cents. New York: Macmillan & Co., 1895. This is a reprint in cheaper form of the last edition.

"Social Evolution." By WILLIAM W. McLane. Homiletic Review, February, 1895.

"Social Evolution." By BENJAMIN KIDD. Nineteenth Century, February, 1895.

"Social Conditions at the South." By G. F. MILTON. Social Economist, February, 1895.

"The Christian State: A Political Vision of Christ." By GEORGE D. HERRON. Pp. 216. New York, 1895.

"Methods of Studying Society." By A. W. SMALL. Chautauquan, April, 1895.

"The Law of Population Restated." Political Science Quarterly, March, 1895.

By Prof. S. N. PATTEN.

"Versuch einer Bevölkerungslehre ausgehend von einer Kritik des Malthus'schen Bevölkerungsprincips." By Dr. FRANK FETTER. Pp. 97. Jena, 1894.

"Statistics of the Negroes in the United States." By HENRY GANNET. Baltimore, 1894. Pp. 28, with 7 plates. Price, 25 cts. Published by Trustees of the John F. Slater Fund as Occasional Paper,

No. 4.

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"Sociology in Our Larger Universities." By I. W. HOWERTH. Charities Review, February, 1895.

Labor and the Social Question:

"The Wealth of Labor." By FRANK L. PALMER. Pp. 241. New York: Baker & Taylor Company.

"A New Gospel of Labor." By A. ROADMAKER. Pp. 229. Seattle, Washington: S. Wegener.

"Old Age Pensions and Friendly Societies." By the Rt. Hon. J. CHAMBERLAIN, M. P. National Review, January, 1895.

"Accident Insurance." By H. W. WOLFF. Contemporary Review, January, 1895.

"Die Reform und Erweiterung der deutschen Unfallversicherung. Von R. VAN DER BORGHT. Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik. January, 1895.

"Social Science and Social Schemes." By J. MCCLELLAND. Price, 2s. 6d. London: Sonnenschein, 1895.

"Modern Labor. A Review of the Labor Question." By J. STAFFORD RANSOME. Price, Is. London: Eyre & Spottiswood, 1895.

“Les assurances ouvrières en Allemagne." Par MAURICE BLOCK. Pp. 133. Paris: Guillaumin et Cie, 1895.

"Les Trade Unions et les Associations professionnelles en Belgique.” Par ERNEST DUBOIS. Bruxelles, 1894.

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Etude sur la participation aux Bénéfices." Par M. MASCAREL. Pp. 214. Angers, 1894.

“Social Conditions as Feeders of Immorality." By B. O. FLOWER. Arena, February, 1895.

"The Social Discontent.

I. Its Causes." HENRY HOLT. Forum,

February, 1895. 2. "Some Remedies." March, 1895.

"The Meaning and Measurement of Unemployment." By JOHN

A. HOBSON. Contemporary Review, March, 1895.

"Two Examples of Successful Profit-Sharing." By F. W. BLACKMAR. Forum, March, 1895.

"The Burning Question of Domestic Service."

of ABERDEEN. Ladies Home Journal, April, 1895.

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Unemployment." By G. W. LEE. Lend a Hand, March, 1895.

'Workingmen's Dwellings in London."

Political Science Quarterly, March, 1896.

"Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration." Yale Review, February, 1895.


By E. R. L. GOULD.

Socialism and Collectivism:

"The Collectivist Prospect in England." By Professor GRAHAM. Nineteenth Century, January, 1895.

"Sidelights on Socialism." By three authors who treat of Belgian Socialism, Dr. Hertska's "Freeland," and Bebel's "Woman." nightly Review, February, 1895.


"De Socialisten Personen en Stelsels." By H. P. G. QUACK. Vol. IV, Part I. Pp. 406. Amsterdam, 1895.

"The Program of German Socialism." By W. LIEBKNECHT. Forum, February, 1895.

"French View of Socialism." Social Economist, February, 1895. "Socialism and Anarchism." By Professor A. POSADA. La Riforma sociale, January 8, 1895.

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‘Socialism and a Municipal Commonwealth." By L. C. BArnes. American Magazine of Civics, March, 1895.

"The Socialism of Moses." By THOMAS S. POTIOM. Yale Review, February, 1895.

Social Institutions:-The Family, the Church.

"The Church of God and Social Work." By Rev. Canon H. S. HOLLAND. Economic Review.

"L'esprit nouveau dans l'action morale et religieuse." Par L'abbé J. CRESTEY. Pp. 331. Paris: Guillaumin et Cie. 1895.

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"The History of Marriage." Catholic World, February, 1895.


"Il pauperismo e la Società." By S. DI PIETRO. 105. Milan, 1895.

2 vols. Pp. 80,

"An Experiment in Relief by Work." By CORNELIUS GARDENER. Charities Review, March, 1895.

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'Charity Organization in Southern Cities." By PHILIP W. AYRES, Ph. D. Charities Review, March, 1895.

"Society Can Afford to Neglect None of its Fragments." By W. E. C. WRIGHT. Charities Review, January, 1895.

"Pauper Lunacy and Ordinary Pauperism: A Contrast." By T. W. L. SPENCE. Scottish Review, January, 1895.

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Proceedings of the National Conference of Charities and Correction. Twenty-first Annual Session held at Nashville, Tenn., May 23-29, 1894." Pp. 402. Boston.

"The Tenement the Real Problem of Civilization." By J. A. Riis. Forum, March, 1895.

"Volunteer Charity Work." By R. CALLINS. Harvard Gradwates' Magazine, March, 1895.

Liquor Legislation:

"The Gothenburg System." By E. S. Talbot. Good Words, London, February, 1895.

"Popular Control of the Liquor Traffic." By E. R. L. GOULD. Pp. 102. Baltimore, 1895.

"Scientific Temperance Instruction in Public Schools." By FRANCES E. WILLARD. Arena, March, 1895.

"The Norwegian Company System; Why Massachusetts Should Adopt and Test It" By GEO. P. MORRIS. Pp. 64. Boston, 1895.

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