Book reviewed in this article:

DEBORAH HARRISON, The Limits of Liberalism: The Making of Canadian Sociology.

KI HANG KIM AND FRED WILLIAM ROUSH, Mathematics for Social Scientists.

MARTIN BULMER (ed), Social Research and Royal Commissions.

HERBERT RICHARDSON (ed.), New Religions and Mental Health: Understanding the Issues.

ALAN B. ANDERSON and JAMES S. FRiDERES, Ethnicity in Canada: Theoretical Perspectives.

S.J. WILSON, Women, the Family and the Economy.

IMMANUEL WALLERSTEIN, The Modern World-System II. Mercantilism and the Consolidation of the European World-Economy, 1600–1750.

JOSEF WILCZYNSKI, An Encyclopedic Dictionary of Marxism, Socialism and Communism.

DAVID GAGAN, Hopeful Travellers: Families, Land and Social Change in Mid-Victorian Peel County, Canada West.

M. PATRICIA MARCHAK, Ideological Perspectives on Canada (2nd ed.).

KEVIN DWYER, Moroccan Dialogues: Anthropology in Question.

JOHN PORTER, MARION PORTER, and BERNARD BL1SHEN, Stations and Callings: Making it Through the School System.

JEAN-GUY VAILLANCOURT, Papal Power: a Study of Vatican Control over Lay Catholic Elites.

LUIS A. SERRON, Scarcity, Exploitation, and Poverty: Malthus and Marx in Mexico.

SALLY M. WEAVER, Making Canadian Indian Policy: The Hidden Agenda, 1968–1970.

TSUYOSHI KATO, Mdtriliny and Migration: Evolving Minangkabau Traditions in Indonesia.

WALLACE CLEMENT, Hardrock Mining. Industrial Relations and Technological Changes at INCO.