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Title: The MassesVol. 9, No. 10Modernist Journals ProjectCover ImageA Cryptic Study of Mae Marsh's FeaturesContributing EditorsFront AdvertisementsOrchids and HollyhocksRebellionOrchids and HollyhocksA Greek Coffee HouseLiberty BellRevolutionary ProgressFaithful to the EndConscriptionStrafe for Democracy!Serve Your CountryItem from the New York TimesGod Is LoveShouting the Battle-Cry of Freedom in Fifty-ninth StreetTheRival RajahsTheBright Side of Getting LickedHail Brothers!Militarism at PlayTom MooneyFantasieHighwaysGray Old MotherDialogue at SunsetTheLonely BatherO It's Joy to Sing with the Hair Flung FreeSilentOn a HillARiver in DroughtAHandful of SandDust of DreamsAGroveNot YearsSubmarines NotwithstandingTheChances of PeaceMaking the World Safe for CapitalismATributeConscientious ObjectorsTheBenefactorTwo NotesDavid Starr JordanTreasurer of the People's Council for Peace and DemocracyThePeople's CouncilIshmaelTheBargainCongress and Big BusinessTheSpirit of Old RussiaTheEagle's TalonsThePassion of Peeking, and Other ProblemsHeroTo Our News-Stand Readers and SubscribersFriends of American FreedomBooks That Are InterestingThe Book of the Month—Book Review of 'Doing My Bit for Ireland' by Margaret SkinniderPortrait of Bertrand RussellBooks That Are InterestingMary, Mary, Quite Contrary—Book Review of 'I, Mary MacLane' by Mary MacLaneBooks That Are InterestingThe Sons of God—Book Review of 'The Mythology of All Races, Vol. I: Greek and Roman' by William Sherwood FoxBooks That Are InterestingTurning the Other Cheek—Book Review of 'Profiles from China' by Eunice TietjensNoteReading The MassesSuffrage and SeditionKnit a Strait-Jacket for Your Soldier BoyTheLiberty LoanMaking a SafePetition to the President and Congress of the United States for the Immediate Repeal of the Present Conscription LawBack AdvertisementsMasses Book ShopTheMasses Is Your MagazineOrchids and HollyhocksOf a NightOrchids and HollyhocksTo R. A.Orchids and HollyhocksThe Married Woman Speaks—A Society WomanOrchids and HollyhocksThe Married Woman Speaks—A Childless WifeOrchids and HollyhocksThe Married Woman Speaks—A SuffragistOrchids and HollyhocksThe Married Woman Speaks—A MotherOrchids and HollyhocksSpirit RoadsOrchids and HollyhocksThe Autobiography of a Small Town GirlOrchids and HollyhocksTo One Loved
Imprint: New York:The Masses Publishing Co., 1917-08

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