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By Stephen B. Jones
Carnegie Endowment, 1945
268 pp. $3.00

This scholarly treatise is an important addition to the literature of political geography. In it the author discusses, with a wealth of concrete detail, such matters as the classifications and functions of boundaries, the human and physical factors in their making, and the technical problems involved in delimitation and demarcation.

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