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Studies in History, Economics, and Public Law was a monographic series published by Columbia University.
The first monograph in the Studies in History, Economics, and Public Law series was published in 1891, and the first full volume in 1892. Monographs were given a "whole number", reflecting the complete series sequence, and until 1926 also were assigned volumes up to volume 124. The first copyright-renewed issue is no. 372, © 1932. We know of no actively copyright-renewed contributions. (More details) 578 issues were published in all under this series title through 1954. It was succeeded by Columbia Studies in the Social Sciences, which continued the issue numbering.
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