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THE ORDER OF THE ASSASSINS. Rev. Pro- CHRISTIANITY AND THE EVOLUTION OF RATIONAL
fessor Harvey Porter, Ph.D., Beirut, Syria. LIFE: A Statement Made on the Solicitation SOCIAL ETHICS OF JESUS. Professor John S.
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T. Gulick, Ph.D., Osaka, Japan. RESTRICTED COMMUNION.
Rev. James W. The DIVINE ORIGIN OF THE RELIGION OF THE Willmarth, D.D., LL.D., Philadelphia.
BIBLE; Or, How a Layman thought out his
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Oberlin, O. Howard Osgood, Rochester, N. Y.
WHAT THE WORKING CLASSES OWE TO CHRISCALVINISM AND CONSTITUTIONAL LIBERTIES.
TIANITY. Rev. George F. Greene, A.M., Rev. Abraham Kuyper, D.D., Amsterdam,
Cranford, N.J. Holland. CAPITAL AND LABOR. Lucien C. Warner, M.D., Dr. George A. Gordon's RECONSTRUCTION OF
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D.D., Boston, Mass. THE PASSING OF A GNOSTICISM. Rev. A. A. ORIGEN AND THE RETURN TO GREEK THEOLOGY. Berle, D.D., Boston, Mass.
Rev. James W. Falconer, Newport, Nova INJUNCTIONS AND STRikes. Hon. William H. Scotia. Upson, Akron, O.
GLADSTONE'S EDITION OF BISHOP BUTLER'S CORPORATIONS AND PUBLIC MORALS. Rev. Works. Professor Jacob Cooper, D.C.L.,
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E. W. Bemis, Ph.D., Chicago. CLASSIFICATION OF SOCIAL PHENOMENA. Pro- THE ARCHÆOLOGY OF THE MODE OF BAPTISM.
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N.J. THE FOURTH GOSPEL AFTER A CENTURY OF THE GREAT PENTATEUCHAL DIFFICULTY MET.
CRITICISM. Rev. W. L. Ferguson, Rama Rev. Henry Hayman, D.D., Aldingham, patam, India.
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225 Henry George; Ethics of Arctic Exploration; The Strike of the English Engineers.
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COMMENT. Henry George; Ethics of Arctic Exploration; The Strike of
the English Engineers.
HE dramatic death of Henry George, in the very climax
of the New York municipal elections, is in some respects a most fitting close to the life of a man who moved his fellow-men profoundly, yet failed to accomplish much of the work which he had planned for himself and for them.
Progress and Poverty was a great book. No other American work on economic subjects has had so wide an audience; no scientific work on these subjects—for it is hardly necessary to say that books like those of Bellamy belong to a totally different class—has even momentarily approached it in popular interest. It is so long since most of us have read Progress and Poverty that it may be worth while to recall a little in detail the character of its contents. It consisted of the parts: 1. An attack on certain of the received doctrines of orthodox political economy, notably the wage-fund theory and the Malthusian theory. 2. A treatment of the subject of distribution, which George believed to be at once more coherent and more fruitful than that which had been given in previous books. 3. An indictment of private land tenure, which charged this system with nearly all the economic evils under which we now suffer, followed by the promise of an economic millennium if we had the resolution to tax private land values out of existence.
The first, or purely critical, part of the book was, on the whole, scientific and sound. Many of George's comments on