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1907 — 1928
Volume 2, Number 2

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1907-11-07
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Contents Notes of the Week: 21-23
Correspondence. To the Social Progress Society (Shaw, G. Bernard): 23-23
The Municipal Results: 24-24
The Railway Crisis (Pease, E. R.): 24-25
Socialist Forces at Oxford: 25-25
Nonconformity Again (Holmes, Frank): 26-26
How to Govern India. II (Storey, H. V.): 27-27
Charles Dickens as a Socialist. II (Pugh, Edwin): 28-28
Towards Socialism. VI. The Meaning of Liberty (Orage, A. R.): 29-29
The Quintessence of Anti-Socialism (Chesterton, Cecil): 30-30
Absenteeism and Tariff Reform (Shaw, Bernard): 31-31
Reviews. 'Mirabeau, the Demi-God' by W. R. H. Trowbridge: 32-32
Reviews. 'A Book of Saints and Wonders' by Lady Gregory: 32-33
Reviews. 'Liverpool, Painted by J. Hamilton Hay' by Dixon Scott: 33-33
Reviews. 'A History of Astronomy' by Walter W. Bryant: 33-34
November Magazines: 34-35
advertisements: 34-40
Books Received: 35-35
Drama. Anti-Censor (Guest, L. Haden): 35-36
Art. The I. O. P., with some further remarks on the Confusion of Art (Hartley, C. Gasquoine): 36-37
Music. Pan and the Pianist (X.): 37-38
Correspondence. Mr. H. G. Wells and an Anti-Socialist Pamphlet (Wells, H. G.): 38-38
Correspondence. Socialism and Punishment (Thompson, Russell): 38-39
Correspondence. Socialism and Art (Crane, Walter): 39-39
Correspondence. Social Democracy in Germany (Bulley, A. K.): 39-39
advertisements: 39-40
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