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F. J. Stimson. J. R. Commons.

UNIFORM STATE LEGISLATION..
STATE SUPERVISION FOR CITIES
THEORIES OF VALUE AND THE STANDARD OF DEFERRED PAYMENTS, F. Fetter.
INDUSTRIAL SERVICES OF THE RAILWAY.
UNITS OF INVESTIGATION IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES,

BRIEFER

E. R. Johnson.

A. F. Bentley.

RELATION OF ABSTRACT TO CONCRETE SCIENCES
SOCIAL" VS. "SOCIETARY"

S. N. Patten.

COMMUNICATIONS:

A. W. Small.

Leo S. Rowe.

PERSONAL NOTES: BALDWIN, Gould, CLARK, ZUCKERKANDL, HANSSEN, SECRETAN.
BOOK DEPARTMENT: (See next page for table of contents).
NOTES ON MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT: PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK,
BOSTON, SAN FRANCISCO, BERLIN, LONDON, BIBLIOGRAPHY
SOCIOLOGICAL NOTES: THEORY OF SOCIOLOGY, UNEMPLOYED, DOMESTIC
SERVICE QUESTION, NORWEGIAN COMPANY SYSTEM, SCHOOL OF AP-
PLIED ETHICS, CURRENT BIBLIOGRAPHY

S. M. Lindsay.

PHILADELPHIA :

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE.
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FRANCE: L. Larose, rue Soufflot, 22, Paris. GERMANY: Gustav Fischer, Jena.
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Per Number, $1.00.

Per Year, 86.00.

Copyright, 1895, by the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Table of Contents and Index to the Fifth Volume sent with

this number.

EDITED BY EMORY R. JOHNSON,

WITH THE CO-OPERATION OF:

C. M. Andrews, Bryn Mawr College; Edward W. Bemis, University of Chicago; Frank W. Blackmar, University of Kansas; E. Boehm-Bawerk, University of Vienna, Austria; Robert C. Chapin, Beloit College; J. B. Clark, Amherst College; Chas. F. A. Currier, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Winthrop M. Daniels, Princeton Univer sity; W. H. Dawson, Skipton, England; Karl Diehl, University of Halle, Germany; 0. L. Elliott, Leland Stanford Jr. University; Geo. H. Emmott, Johns Hopkins Univer sity; Willard C. Fisher, Wesleyan University; Wm. W. Folwell, University of Missesota; Geo. P. Garrison, University of Texas; Charles Gide, University of Montpelier, France; E. R. L. Gould, Johns Hopkins University; John H. Gray, Northwestern University; D. I. Green, Johns Hopkins University; Ludwig Gumplowicz, University of Graz, Austria; C. H. Haskins, University of Wisconsin, Geo. H. Haynes, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Fred. C. Hicks, University of Missouri; John A. Hobson, London, England; Geo. E. Howard, Leland Stanford Jr. University; J. A. James, Cornell College, Iowa; J. W. Jenks, Cornell University; David Kinley, University of Illinois; Edgar Loening, University of Halle, Germany; Achille Loria, University of Padua, Italy; Walter Lotz, University of Munich, Germany; A. Lawrence Lowell, Boston, Massachusetts; W. H. Mace, Syracuse University; Jesse Macy, Iowa College; Samuel M. Lindsay, Paris, France; Frederick W. Moore, Vanderbilt University; Carl C. Plehn, University of California; H. H. Powers, Smith College; David G. Ritchie, Jesus College, Oxford, England; E. A. Ross, Leland Stanford Jr. University; Henri St. Mare, University of Bordeaux, France; Wm. A. Scott, University of Wisconsin, Lester F. Ward, Wash ington, D. C.; Stephen B. Weeks, Baltimore, Md.; Arthur B. Woodford, College of Social Economics, New York.

REVIEWS AND NOTES IN THIS NUMBER.

ARNAUNE-La Monnaie, le credit et le change,
BARROWS-Proceedings of the National Conference of Chari-

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SHAW-Municipal Government in Great Britain,

STRAUS-Roger Williams,

THAYER-Cases on Constitutional Law, III and IV,

WAENTIG-Auguste Comte,

WARNER-American Charities,

R. G. LEVY.

ID. I. GREEN.

G. H. HAYNES.

S. M. LINDSAY.
S. B. WEEKS.

L. GUMPLOWICZ.
L. S. ROWE.

W. H. MACE.

C. F. A. CURRIER.

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NOTES.-Treatise on the Foreign Powers and Jurisdiction of the British Crown, W. E. Hall. History of Greece, A. Holm. Antisemitismus und Strafrechtspflege, M. Parmod. German Universities, F. Paulsen. University Extension Summer Meeting.

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* Canada and the United States. 35c. J. G. BOURINOT. An analysis of the Canadian constitutional stem, and a comparison between it and the merican polity.

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The purpose of this paper is to make the reader more conscious of the contrasts involved in the development of the two radically different ways of investigating economic phenomena, whether as a theory of prosperity or as a theory of distribution and value.

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