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Social Insurance. (American Social Progress Series.) 1910. Presents a program of social reform. Discusses some of the
problems. *Van Hise, C. R., The Conservation of Natural Resources in the United
States. 1910. Reprint, 1914. Careful treatment of the conservation of minerals, waters, forests and soils.
XII. LOCAL GOVERNMENT. * Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
Symposia on commission government in American Cities, 1911 (Vol. 38, No. 3); County Government, 1913 (whole No. 136); Efficiency in City Government, 1912 (whole No. 130); Proceedings of Conference of American Mayors on Public Policies as to Municipal
Utilities (Vol. LVII), January, 1915. Beard, Chas. A., American City Government. 1912. A survey of recent
tendencies—particularly of municipal functions. Bradford, E. S., Commission Government in American Cities. (The
Citizens' Library.) 1912. Gives history of the movement and com
pares the several forms of commission government. Cooley, Roger W., Municipal Corporations. (Hornbook Series.) 1914.
Concise presentation of the general principles of the law of mu
nicipal corporations. *Cushman, R. E., City Planning and the Courts. In the Proceedings of
the Second Annual Convention of the Illinois Municipal League,
Nov. 2, 3, 1915. An exceptionally clear statement in concise form. Deming, Horace E., The Government of American Cities. 1909. A
study of municipal organization and of the relation of the city to the state. Contains reprint of Municipal Program of National
Municipal League. Dillon, J. F., Commentaries on the Law of Municipal Corporations.
5 Vols. (5th Ed. Revised and enlarged.) 1911. The standard
work on the subject. Fairlie, Jno. A., Municipal Administration. 1901. Reprint, 1910. A
study in munipical history, activities, finances and organization.
- Essays in Municipal Administration. 1908. Reprint, 1910.
of the relation of the city to the state and of the organization and
, Municipal Home Rule. 1895. Reprint, 1906. Delimits the sphere of action of an American city ; comparison with European
methods of securing home rule. Howe, F. C., The City, the Hope of Democracy. 1905. Largely devoted
to a study of municipal ownership and the land question.
- The Modern City and Its Problems. 1915. Discusses both European and American cities and emphasizes the unfulfilled pos
sibilities of the latter. King, C. L., Editor, The Reguiation of Municipal Utilities. (National
Municipal League Series.) 1912. Collection of articles on regulation through franchise and state and city public utility commis
sions. *McBain, Howard Lee, The Law and Practice of Municipal Home Rule.
1916. A very thorough and discriminating treatment from the
legal point of view. *Munro, W. B., Government of American Cities. 1912. An excellent
systematic treatise, showing both historical development and present practice and tendencies.
-, Government of European Cities. 1909. Thorough discussion of municipal government in England, France and Germany. - Principles and Methods of Municipal Administration. 1916. Intended to supplement the author's work on the government of
American cities. Deals with the business management of cities. Municipal Research. Monthly. Issued by New York City Bureau of
Municipal Research. Object—"To promote the application of scien
tific principles to government." National Municipal Review. Vol. I, 1912, to date. Quarterly. Dis
cussion of city problems and chronicle of current events. Nolen, John, City Planning. 1915. Symposium by leading writers on
the subject. Robbins, E. Clyde, Selected Articles on the Commission Plan of Mu
nicipal Government. 1909. Contains a selected bibliography of
books, pamphlets and magazine articles. *Robinson, C. M., City Planning. 1916. Deals especially with the func
tional planning of streets and lots. Rosewater, Victor, Special Assessments : A Study in Municipal Finance.
2nd Ed. 1898. (Columbia University Studies in History, Economics and Public Law. Vol. II, No. 3, 1893.) Thorough presen
tation. Shurtleff, Flavel, in collaboration with Olmstead, F. W., Carrying Out
the City Plan, Russell Sage Foundation. 1914. Discusses from the legal point of view the principal methods of realizing a city's plans for physical development.
*Toulmin, H. A., Jr., The City Manager. (National Municipal League
Series.) 1915. Discussion of every phase of the latest develop
ment in city governmental organization. Wilcox, D. F., The American City: A Problem in Democracy. 1904.
Chiefly a discussion of the newer activities of cities. Woodruff, C. R., Editor, City Government by Commission. 1911. Col
lection of papers discussing the essential features of the subject. *Zeublin, Charles, American Municipal Progress. (New and revised.)
1916. A study of city problems from the sociologist's point of view. Indicates the vast scope of present-day municipal activity.
XIII. MISCELLANEOUS. *American Political Science Review. Vol. I, 1907, to date. Quarterly.
Articles on political matters, surveys of legislation, reviews, etc. *Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Vol.
I, 1885, to date. Bi-monthly. (Occasional supplements.) Articles on current topics. Symposia of discussions upon political and social
matters of especial current interest. Bagebot, Walter, The English Constitution. (New Ed.) 1909. An ex
ceptionally keen analysis, by an Englishman. Considered a classic. Bourinot, J. G., How Canada is Governed. (9th Ed.) 1909. A clear
but very elementary account. Cleveland, F. A., Organized Democracy. (American Citizen Series.)
• 1913. Discusses efficiency in democratic government. Coman, Katherine, Industrial History of the United States. (Rev. Ed.) · 1913. Brief, but the best exposition of the economic development
of the United States. Croly, Herbert, Progressive Democracy. 1914. A penetrating discus
sion of present-day political thought; takes thoroughly progressive
attitude. - The Promise of American Life. 1909. Essay on the tendencies
of American politics. Dickinson, G. L., Justice and Liberty. 1908. A political dialogue set
ting forth diverse attitudes toward various social and political
questions. Howe, F. C., Wisconsin, an Experiment in Democracy. 1912. Sets
forth the accomplishments of Governor La Follette. Shows the
posibilities of state governmental development. Kales, A. M., Unpopular Government in the United States. 1914. A
plea for changes in governmental organization and political methods to meet modern requirements.
Keith, A. B., Responsible Government in the Dominions. 3 Vol. 1912.
Relates to the self-governing British colonies. In 1909 the author
published a much sborter work of the same name. Lippman, Walter, A Preface to Politics. 1914. A plea for a more ra
tional and vigorous attitude toward politics. Lowell, A. L., The Government of England. 2 Vol. 1909. The stand
ard American work on the subject.
nental Europe," published in 1897. Ogg, F. N., The Governments of Europe. 1913. A thorough and scholar
ly exposition of government in the western European countries. *Political Science Quarterly. Vol. I, 1886, to date. Articles on economic,
political and historical matters, reviews, biennial survey of political
history, etc. * Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science. Vol. I, 1910, to date.
Symposia discussions of political and economic topics of especial
current interest. Proceedings of the American Political Science Association. Vol. 1, 1904
to Vol. X, 1913. Miscellaneous papers and discussions. Riverside History of the United States. 1915. 4 Vol.: I. Beginnings
of the American People, by Carl Lotus Becker; II. Union and Democracy, by Allen Johnson; III. Expansion and Conflict, by William E. Dodd; IV. The New Yation, by Frederic L. Paxson. An extremely readable account, kept within moderate length. Empha
sizes economic development. Walling, Wm. E., Progressiviem—and After. 1914. Current political
development discussed from the socialist's point of view. Weyl, Walter E., The Veic Democracy. 1912. Criticises American
politics from the Progressive point of view; emphasizes the tremendous complexity of modern life.