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Commerce, and Industry of Chile. New York: Oxford University Press. 1919. pp. 101. $1.00. (Publication of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.)

Lehfeldt, R. A. Gold, Prices and the Witwatersrand. London: P. S. King. 1919. pp. 130. 58. 2d.

Lippmann, Walter. The Political Scene: An Essay on the Victory of 1918. New York: Henry Holt & Co. 1919. pp. 124. $1.00. McVey, F. L. The Financial History of Great Britain, 1914-18. New York: Oxford University Press. 1919. pp. 101. (Publication of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.)

Munro, W. B. The Government of the United States. New York:
Macmillan. 1919. pp. 648. $2.75.

National Industrial Conference Board. Hours of Work as Related to
Output and Health of Workers: Silk Manufacturing. Boston:
National Industrial Conference Board. 1919. pp. 54.
(Research Report, No. 16.)

$1.00.

Problems of Industrial Readjustment in the United States. Boston: National Industrial Conference Board. 1919. pp. 58. $1.00. (Research Report, No. 15.)

Rest Periods for Industrial Workers. Boston: National Industrial Conference Board. 1919. pp. 55. $1.00. (Research Report, No. 13.)

Wartime Changes in the Cost of Living. Boston: National Industrial Conference Board. 1919. pp. 33. $1.00.

New Jersey, State Chamber of Commerce. Teachers' Retirement Systems in New Jersey: Their Fallacies and Evolution. Newark: New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce. 1919. pp. 87. (Report of the Bureau of State Research, prepared by Paul Studensky.) New York, Department of Labor. The Industrial Replacement of Men by Women in the State of New York. Albany: New York Department of Labor. 1919. pp. 68. (Special Bulletin.)

A Plan for Shop Safety, Sanitation and Health Organization. Albany: J. B. Lyon Co. 1919. pp. 32. (Special Bulletin.)

Weekly Earnings of Women in Five Industries (Paper Boxes, Shirts and Collars, Confectionery, Cigars and Tobacco, and Mercantile Establishments). Albany: J. B. Lyon Co. 1919. pp. 21. (Special Bulletin prepared by the Bureau of Statistics and Information.)

Odencrantz, Louise C. Italian Women in Industry: A Study of Conditions in New York City. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. 1919. pp. 345. $1.50.

Ohio, Industrial Commission of. Statistics of Mines and Quarries in Ohio. Columbus: Industrial Commission of Ohio. 1919. pp. 96. Union Scale of Wages and Hours of Labor in Ohio on May 15. 1918. Columbus: Industrial Commission of Ohio. 1919. pp. 47. Overlach, T. W. Foreign Financial Control in China. New York: Macmillan. 1919. pp. 295. $2.00.

Russell, Bertrand. Proposed Roads to Freedom: Socialism, Anarchism, and Syndicalism. New York: Henry Holt & Co. 1919. pp. 218. $1.50.

Scott, J. B. James Madison's Notes of Debates in the Federal Convention of 1787 and their Relation to a more Perfect Society of Nations. New York: Oxford University Press. 1919. pp. 149. $2.00. Smith, J. R. Influence of the Great War upon Shipping. New York: Oxford University Press. 1919. pp. 357.

Stull, William. The Food Crisis and Americanism. New York: Macmillan. 1919. pp. 135. $1.25.

Swiss Bank Corporation. Financial and Commercial Review, 1918. London: Swiss Bank Corporation. 1919. pp. 56.

U. S. Provost Marshal General. Second Report to the Secretary of War on the Operations of the Selective Service System to December 20, 1918. Washington: Government Printing Office. 1919. pp. 607. U. S. Shipping Board, Marine and Dock Industrial Relations Division. Report on Marine and Dock Labor: Work, Wages, and Industrial Relations During the Period of the War. Washington: Government Printing Office. 1919. pp. 203.

Wolfe, A. B. Works Committees and Joint Industrial Councils. Philadelphia: U. S. Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation, Industrial Relations Division. 1919. pp. 254.

Woolf, L. S. Coöperation and the Future of Industry. New York: Macmillan. 1919. pp. 141. $2.00.

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II. THE BURDEN OF WAR AND FUTURE GENERATIONS
III. WAGE THEORY AND THEORIES

CONTENTS FOR FEBRUARY, 1919

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IV. THE TAXATION OF LUXURIES AND THE RATE OF
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CONTENTS FOR MAY, 1919

I. THE RELATIONS OF RECENT PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOP-
MENTS TO ECONOMIC THEORY

II. LATIN AMERICAN FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND INTER-
NATIONAL BALANCES DURING THE WAR

III. POSITIVE CONTRIBUTIONS OF SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT

/ IV. INDEBTEDNESS OF PRINCIPAL BELLIGERENTS.

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