Book reviewed in this article:
Business Finance: Realistic Depreciation Policy. By George Terborgh.
Crusade—The Fight for Economic Democracy in North America, 1921–1945. By Roy F. Bergengren, in collaboration with Agnes C. Gartland and James W. Brown.
Insurance: Principles and Coverages. By George G. R. Lucas and Ralph H. Wherry. New York: Rinehart, 1954. Pp. xvii+387. $5.00. Policies and Forms. By George G. R. Lucas and Ralph H. Wherry.
Selling Business Insurance. By Edward J. Mintz.
International Finance: International Economics and Public Policy. By Harry G. Brainard.
Problems of Capital Formation in Underdeveloped Countries. By Ragnar Nurkse.
Investments: Managing Securities. By Sidney M. Robbins.
Money and Banking: A Century of Banking in Wisconsin. By Theodore A. Anderson.
The Hard Money Crusade. By Bertram Gross and Wilfred Lumer.
Business Cycles. By Earl C. Hald.
Mortgage Lending Experience in Agriculture. By Lawrence A. Jones and David Durand.
Shall We Return to a Gold Standard-Now? By the Conference Board Economic Forum.
Public Finance: Our Needy Aged. By Floyd A. Bond
Government Finance. By John Due.
The Michigan Business Receipts Tax. By Peter A. Firmin.
The Fifth Freedom: Freedom from Taxation. By Butler Sheldon, Jr.
American Public Finance. By William J. Shultz and C. Lowell Harriss.