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(d) Hamilton's Reply to Rhode Island's Objections, Ibid.,
9. The Ratification of the Constitution
Landon, Judson, The Constitutional History of The United
10. Written and Unwritten Constitutions.
Bryce, James, Studies in History and Jurisprudence, 187
11. The Doctrine of Implied Powers
McCulloh vs. Maryland, 4 Wheaton, 406 sq. (1819).
12. The Interpretation of Rigid Constitutions
Same as above, No. 10, 193 sq.
13. The Present Meaning of the Constitution: The Strict View
Rogers, H. W., North American Review, CLXXXVIII, 329
14. The Present Meaning of the Constitution: The Liberal View
Amidon, C. F., Proceedings of the American Bar Associa-
15. New Fields for Federal Legislation
The Nation, LXXXII, 131 (1906).
16. The Constitution and the New Federalism
Same as above, No. 13, 321 sq.
Same as above, No. 14, 473 sq.
18. The States and the Federal Government
19. The Extradition of Fugitives from Justice Between the States 92
Citizenship in the United States
Scruggs, W. L., North American Review, CLXXVII, 840
The Rights and Immunities of Citizenship
Wise, J. S., Citizenship, 98 sq.
The Rights of Citizenship under the Fourteenth and Fifteenth
Civil Rights Cases, 109 U. S., 3; The Slaughter House
Crawford, C. C., American Law Review, XLII, 481 sq.
24. The Nature and Extension of the Suffrage
Willoughby, W. W., The Nature of the State, 410 sq.
25. The Effect of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments on
Same as above, No. 20, 215 sq.
26. The Position of the Federal Courts with Reference to the Right
Same as above, No. 21, 215 sq.
Haynes, Geo. H., Political Science Quarterly, XX, 486 sq.
28. The Responsibility of Citizenship
Folk, J. W., Vanderbilt University Quarterly, V, 155 sq.
Hinds, A. C., American Political Science Review, III, 155
Dalzell, John, Independent, LXIV, 577 sq. (1908).
31. The Public and the Congressional Committee
McConachie, L. G., Congressional Committees, 59 sq.
Statutes at Large of the United States, XXXI, 733.
33. The House of Representatives and the House of Commons 149
Herbert, H. A., North American Review, CLVIII, 260 sq.
34. Popular Election of Senators:
(a) Haynes, G. H., The Election of Senators, 259 sq.. 156
35. The Committees of the Senate .
Avery, B., Yale Law Journal, X, 244 sq. (1900).
36. The Freedom of Debate in the Senate .
Reinsch, Paul, American Legislatures, 113 sq.
37. The Usurped Powers of the Senate .
Low, A. M., American Political Science Review, I, 2 sq.
Lodge, H. C.
, Scribners Magazine, XXXIV, 546 sq. (1903).
39. Defects in the Electoral System .
Dougherty, J. H., The Electoral System, 250 sq.
40. Parliamentary vs. Presidential Government
Woodburn, J. A., The American Republic, 94 sq.
41. Executive Supremacy
Young, J. T., Proceedings of the American Political Science
Association, I, 47 sq. (1904).
42. The Powers of the President
Fairlie, J. A., National Administration of the United
States, 9 sq.
44. Cabinet and Congress in Washington's Administration . . 218
Hinsdale, M. L., Same as above, No. 41, II, 126 sq. (1905).
45. Departmental Dealings with Congressional Committees . 223
Same as above, No. 31, 221 sq.
46. Should Members of the Cabinet have Seats in Congress .
Bradford, Gamaliel, Annals of the American Academy of
Social and Political Science, 1893, II, 406 sq.
Same as above, No. 42, 252 sq.
48. Recent Progress in the Merit System
Twenty-fifth Annual Report of the United States Civil
49. Tenure of Office in the Federal Courts.
Hamilton, Alexander, The Federalist, No. 78.
50. The Character of the Good Judge .
Choate, Rufus, Works, II, 286 sq.
51. The Power of the Courts to Declare Laws Unconstitutional 250
Marburg vs. Madison, I Cranch, 137 sq. (1803).
52. The Process and Effect of Declaring Legislative Acts Uncon-
53. The Development of State Constitutions .
Bryce, James, American Commonwealth, I, 451 sq.
54. Recent Tendencies in State Government
Dodd, W. F., same as above, No. 41, V, 149 sq. (1908).
Same as above, No. 53, 531 sq.
56. Public Service Commissions
57. The Defects of State Legislation
Reinsch, Paul, American Legislatures, 299 sq.
58. The Problems of Intelligent Legislation
Freund, Ernst, same as above, No. 41, IV, 69 sq. (1907).
59. The Initiative and Referendum
Dodd, W. F., same as above, No. 54.
(c) Initiative and Referendum in Oregon
U'Ren, W. S., same as above, No. 41, 193 sq.
60. Primary vs. Representative Government
Garner, J. W., Proceedings of the American Political
61. Election and Tenure of State Judges
Baldwin, S. E., The American Judiciary, 313 sq.
Babb, J. E., same as above, No. 60, 241 sq. (1907).
Braxton, A. C., American Law Review, XXXVIII, 224 sq.
66. Home Rule for Cities
Oberholtzer, E. P., International Quarterly, VI, 399 sq.
67. Results of Home Rule
Maltbie, M. R., Yale Review, XIII, 462 sq. (1905).