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1907 — 1928
Volume 2, Number 3

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1907-11-14
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Contents Notes of the Week: 41-43
A Call to Arms: 44-44
The Railway Problem (Taylor, G. R. S.): 44-45
The Moltke-Harden Case (Ellis, Havelock): 45-46
How to Govern India. III (Storey, H. V.): 46-47
Charles Dickens as a Socialist (Pugh, Edwin): 47-48
Ibsen's Women. No. 3 Nora Helmer (Farr, Florence): 48-49
Towards Socialism. VII (Orage, A. R.): 49-50
Fragments and Parables (Nietzsche): 50-50
Driving Capital Out of the Country. III (Shaw, George Bernard): 51-52
The Book of the Week. 'A National Theatre' by William Archer and H. Granville-Barker (Guest, L. Haden): 52-53
Reviews. 'Oscar Wilde: Art and Morality' by Stuart Mason: 53-54
Reviews. 'Picturesof the Socialist Future' by Eugene Richter: 54-54
Reviews. 'Christian Marriage' by H. Hensley Henson: 54-54
Reviews. 'The Marble Sphynx' by St. John Lucas: 54-55
Reviews. 'The Convert' by Elizabeth Robins: 55-56
Reviews. 'The Need of the Nations': 56-56
Reviews. 'Essays and Addresses' by F. Henderson: 56-56
Reviews. 'Major Vigoreux' by Q.: XXX-XXX
Reviews. 'Barbara Goes to Oxford' by Barbara Burke: 56-56
Drama. Ethel Irving in 'Lady Frederick' (Guest, L. Haden): 57-57
Art. Two Exhibitions of Modern Pictures (Hartley, C. Gasquoine): 58-58
Correspondence. Socialism and Sex-Relations (McK., M.): 58-59
Correspondence. Socialism and Punishment (Simons, Leonard J.): 59-59
Correspondence. Socialism and Punishment (Thompson, Russell): 59-59
Correspondence. Socialist Women's Bureau (Montefiore, Dora B.): 59-59
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