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Batten, Samuel Z. The Churches and the War. Rev. and Expos. 15:172-96, Apr. '18.

Beyens, M. le baron. L'avenir des petits états. Rev. de deux mon. 44: 281-306, Mar. '18.

Binyon, Gilbert C. The Theological Reaction of Social Democratic Ideals. Constructive Quar. 6:99-113, Mar. '18. Brannick, Catherine. Principles of Case Work with the Feeble-minded. Am. Acad. Pol. Soc. Sci. 77:60-70, May '18.

Brill, A. A. The Adjustment of the Jew to the American Environment. Mental Hygiene 2:219-32, Apr. '18. Byington, Margaret F. The Normal Family. Am. Acad. Pol. Soc. Sci. 77: 13-27, May '18.

Carpenter, W. Boyd. National Churches and National Life. London. Quar. Rev. No. 455:335-56, Apr. '18. Colcord, Joanna C. Desertion and NonSupport in Family Case Work. Am. Acad. Pol. Soc. Sci. 77:91-102, May '18.

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Fernald, Walter E. Some Limitations of the Plan for Segregating the Feebleminded. Ungraded 3:171-76, May


Ferrari, Robert. The Military Courts of Paris. Am. Inst. Crim. Law and Criminol. 9:5-31, May '18.

Ford, Henry Jones. The Growth of Dictatorship. Atlantic 121:632-40, May '18.

Glueck, Bernard. Concerning Prisoners. Mental Hygiene 2:177-219, Apr. '18. Goldmark, Josephine. Some Considerations Affecting the Replacement of Men by Women Workers. Am. Jour. Pub. Health 8:270-77, Apr. '18. Greenfield, Kent Roberts. Sumptuary Law in Nürnberg. J.H.U. Stud. Hist. Pol. Sci. Series 36, No. 2, pp. 7-135. Hall, W. Clarke. The Delinquent Child. The Child 8:316-21, Apr. 18. Hamburger, Amy M. The Cripple and His Place in the Community. Am. Acad. Pol. Soc. Sci. 77:36-44, May '18. Hay, Oliver P. Further Consideration of the Occurrence of Human Remains in the Pleistocene Deposits at Vero, Florida. Am. Anthrop. 20:1-36, Jan.Mar. '18.

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Hegner, Robert W. The Interrelations of Animals and Plants and Their Influence upon the Food Supply of Man. Sci. Mo. 6:467-73, May '18. Henry, Edna G. The Sick. Am. Acad. Pol. Soc. Sci. 77:45-59, May '18. Hicks, Vinnie C. Intelligence Testing and Testimony. Train. Sch. Bull. 15: 29-30, Apr. '18. Hoover, A.

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Hyslop, James H. Spiritualism among Savages. Proc. Am. Soc. Psych. Research 12:312-28, May '18.

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Commissions in plenty are studying the question, “What is the matter with Mexico?" Most of them are narrow in view and find a single cause to be the trouble, usually within the range of their own special field. Economic commissions, educational commissions, business commissions, all are studying Mexico and telling us just what she needs. A recent investigation by an educational commission has found of course that education has always been in a bad way in Mexico and that what is most needed is schools. Little red schoolhouses, with a Robert College under American direction thrown in, will solve all problems. That education in its proper time is desirable no one will question; that it is Mexico's most urgent need is not so evident. Of what advantage is it to teach boys and girls to read if no readingmatter is available? Of what use is it to know how to write unless there is some real need for writing? Mexicans may be illiterate; they are not unintelligent, nor are they, within the range of the requirements of daily life, uninformed.

Alberto Pani finds Mexico's chief need in sanitation and hygiene. His study, largely academic, was made at order of the

Mexican government. He believes that the Mexican most needs cleanliness, food, and decent housing. To some degree he is right. Schools may well wait until the cravings of hunger, chronic and lifelong to millions of Mexicans, are appeased. But Señor Pani is only partly right. The Mexican needs no direct control in the matters of cleanliness, food preparation, and building. The Indians of Mexico are usually clean; one may fare sumptuously today in an Aztec town; there are many houses in Indian villages which could not be surpassed in comfort and healthfulness. Filth, hunger, and bad housing exist in Mexico, especially in the great city (which was Pani's chief study), but the introduction of Italian "model houses" is not going to solve Mexico's problems.

Foreigners generally, especially business men, insist that Mexico's salvation must come through "development," with foreign capital, under foreign direction, "because the Mexican is incapable of working unguided." The trouble with the solution is that "development" is always primarily for the benefit of the outsider. When it has been carried through, Mexico has been but indirectly advantaged. Take the railroad development under the Diaz régime. Railroads were not built to strengthen and unite the country; they were built simply to give ingress and egress to Americans and Englishmen, to give entrance to their goods and exit to raw materials. What real advantage was it to Mexico that the city of Tampico should grow, when the only railroads from that port led to El Paso and Eagle Pass and Laredo and not to the city of Mexico? Instead of uniting the capital city with every part of the country, as real railroads should, these connected absolutely separated and disunited producing areas with the cities of the United States. In case of war with us the railroads of Mexico would be of little service for the transportation of Mexican troops, but they would enable the United States to flood the central plateau, the west coast, and the gulf seaboard with forces. In other words, the much-vaunted railroad development of Mexico was more advantageous for Americans than for Mexicans. So, too, the great petroleum fields

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