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Edwin R.A. Seligman Archives
Edwin R.A. Seligman • 134 Items / 21 Books, 38 Articles, 74 Reviews
The Economics of Farm Relief (1929)
A Survey of the Agricultural Problem
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Published Reviews
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    The New Books (Review)
    Economics
    1. The Economics of Farm Relief by Edwin R.A. Seligman
    The Saturday Review, September 7, 1929, p. 114
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    Check List of New Books (4 Reviews)
    Public Questions
    1. The New Day by Herbert Hoover
    2. The Economics of Farm Relief by Edwin R.A. Seligman
    3. A Social Interpretation of Education by Joseph Kinmont Hart
    4. Civic Training in Soviet Russia by Samuel Northrup Harper
    The American Mercury, June 1929
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    Trends in American Policy (5 Reviews)
    The Economics of Farm Relief, by Edwin R.A. Seligman
    1. The Economics of Farm Relief by Edwin R.A. Seligman
    2. America Challenged by Lewis F. Carr
    3. Frontiers of Trade by Julius Klein
    4. The Isthmian Highway by Hugh Gordon Miller
    5. America's Naval Challenge by Frederick Moore
    The Outlook, May 22, 1929, pp. 150-152
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    Books in Brief (11 Reviews)
    Race Attitudes in Children, by Bruno Lasker
    1. Race Attitudes in Children by Bruno Lasker
    2. The Economics of Farm Relief by Edwin R.A. Seligman
    3. The American Whaleman by Elmo P. Hohman
    4. The British Connection with India by Kanakarayan T. Paul
    5. Letters to a Friend by Rabindranath Tagore and C.F. Andrews
    6. Christian and Jew by Isaac Landman
    7. The Founding of Western Civilization by George C. Sellery and A.C. Krey
    8. The Romance of Japan Through the Ages by James A.B. Scherer
    9. Our Neighbor Nicaragua by Floyd Cramer
    10. Blue Blood in Animals, and Other Essays in Biology by H. Munro Fox
    11. Queer Fish by C.M. Yonge
    The Nation, June 26, 1929, p. 771