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Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science

Full Text: 104 v. Philadelphia: Published by A.L. Hummel for the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1890-1922

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Volumes:

104 (Western Europe and the United States, 1922)
103 (Industrial Relations and the Churches, 1922)
102 (America and the Rehabilitation of Europe, 1922)
101 (The Ethics of the Professions and of Business, 1922)
100 (1922)
99 (The Federal Reserve System - Its Purpose and Work, 1922)
98 (Child Welfare, 1921)
97 (The Revival of American Business, 1921)
96 (The Place of the United States in a World Organization for the Maintenance of Peace, 1921)
95 (Taxation and Public Expenditures, 1921)
94 (The International Trade Situation, 1921)
93 (Present-Day Immigration with Special Reference to the Japanese, 1921)
92 (Social and Industrial Conditions in the Germany of Today, 1920)
91 (Labor, Management and Production, 1920)
90 (Industrial Stability, 1920)
89 (Prices, 1920)
88 (Bonds and the Bond Market, 1920)
87 (The New American Thrift, 1920)
86 (The Railroad Problem: A Discussion of Current Railway Issues, 1919)
85 (Modern Manufacturing: A Partnership of Idealism and Common Sense, 1919)
84 (International Reconstruction, 1919)
83 (International Economics, 1919)
82 (Industries in Readjustment, 1919)
81 (A Reconstruction Labor Policy, 1919)
80 (Rehabilitation of the Wounded, 1918)
79 (War Relief Work, 1918)
78 (Mobilizing America's Resources for the War, 1918)
77 (Social Work with Families: Social Case Treatment, 1918)
76 (War Adjustments in Railroad Regulation, 1918)
75 (Financing the War, 1918)
74 (The World's Food, 1917)
73 (Justice through Simplified Legal Procedure, 1917)
72 (America's Relation to the World Conflict and to the Coming Peace, 1917)
71 (Stabilizing Industrial Employment: Reducing the Labor Turnover, 1917)
70 (Modern Insurance Problems, 1917)
69 (The Present Labor Situation: Compulsory Investigation and Arbitration, 1917)
68 (America's Changing Investment Market, 1916)
67 (New Possibilities in Education, 1916)
66 (Preparedness and America's International Program, 1916)
65 (Personnel and Employment Problems in Industrial Management, 1916)
64 (Public Administration and Partisan Politics, 1916)
63 (National Industries and the Federal Government, 1916)
62 (Public Budgets, 1915)
61 (America's Interests after the European War, 1915)
60 (America's Interest as Affected by the European War, 1915)
59 (The American Industrial Opportunity, 1915)
58 (Readjustments in Taxation, 1915)
57 (Proceedings of the Conference of American Mayors on Public Policies as to Municipal Utilities, 1915)
56 (Women in Public Life, 1914)
55 (Government Regulation of Water Transportation, 1914)
54 (International Relations of the United States, 1914)
53 (State Regulation of Public Utilities, 1914)
52 (Reform in Administration of Justice, 1914)
51 (Housing and Town Planning, 1914)
50 (Reducing the Cost of Food Distribution, 1913)
49 (The Negro's Progress in Fifty Years, 1913)
48 (The Cost of Living, 1913)
47 (County Government, 1913)
46 (Prison Labor, 1913)
45 (Canadian National Problems, 1913)
44 (The Outlook for Industrial Peace, 1912)
43 (The Initiative, Referendum and Recall, 1912)
42 (Industrial Competition and Combination, 1912)
41 (Efficiency in City Government, 1912)
40 (Country Life, 1912)
39 (China: Social and Economic Conditions, 1912)
38 (1911)
37 (1911)
36 (1910)
35 (1910)
34 (1909)
33 (1909)
32 (1908)
31 (1908)
30 (1907)
29 (1907)
28 (1906)
27 (1906)
26 (1905)
25 (1905)
24 (1904)
23 (1904)
22 (1903)
21 (1903)
20 (1902)
19 (1902)
18 (1901)
17 (1901)
16 (1900)
15 (1900)
14 (1899)
13 (1899)
12 (1898)
11 (1898)
10 (1897)
9 (1897)
8 (1896)
7 (1896)
6 (1895)
5 (1894-1895)
4 (1893-1894)
3 (1892-1893)
2 (1891-1892)
1 (1890-1891)