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Eight volumes describing comprehensively the manner in which the Governmental agencies of the American State are organized and administered.
Edited by W. W. WILLOUGHBY, Associate Professor of Political Science at
the Johns Hopkins University. Each about 320 pages, $1.25 net.
THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL SYSTEM.
An introduction to the series, by the Editor. CITY GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES.
By F. J. GOODNOW, Professor of Administrative Law,
Columbia University. PARTY ORGANIZATION By JESSE MACY, Profes
sor of Political Science at Iowa College. THE AMERICAN EXECUTIVE AND EXECUTIVE
METHODS. By President J. H. FINLEY, College of the City of New York. AMERICAN LEGISLATURES AND LEGISLA.
TIVE METHODS. By Professor Paul R. Reinsch,
University of Wisconsin. THE AMERICAN JUDICIARY. By SIMEON E. BALDWIN, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Errors of Connecticut, and Professor of Constitutional Law in Yale University. TERRITORIES AND COLONIES. By W. F. WIL.
LOUGHBY, Treasurer of Porto Rico. LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES
(CITIES EXCEPTED). By Professor John A. FAIRLIE, University of Michigan.
The Century Co., Hew York