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1907 — 1928
Volume 2, Number 4

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1907-11-21
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Contents Notes of the Week: 61-64
The Birmingham Conference: 64-65
The Next Parliamentary Session: 65-65
The Newfoundland Fisheries (Pilcher, George): 66-66
How to Govern India. IV (Storey, H.V.): 67-67
Charles Dickens as a Socialist. Part I. Chapter II (Pugh, Edwin): 67-68
The Problem of Equality (Chesterton, Cecil): 69-69
Towards Socialism. VIII (Orage, A. R.): 70-70
Driving Capital Out of the Country. IV (Shaw, George Bernard): 71-71
A Spring Meeting (Raffalovich, George): 72-72
advertisements: 72-73
Book of the Week. Review of "Bohemia in London' by Arthur Ransome (Chesterton, Cecil): 73-73
Reviews. 'Nach dem englisch-japnischen Bundnis' by Hans Plehn: 74-74
Reviews. 'Tolstoy: A Study' by Percy Redfern: 74-75
Reviews. 'Florence and Northern Tuscany' by Edward Hutton: 75-76
Reviews. 'Kit's Woman' by Havelock Ellis: 76-76
Reviews. 'A Soul from the Pit' by Walter M. Gallichan: 76-76
Books Received: 76-77
Drama. Mr. Alfred Sutro's 'Barrier' (Guest, L. Haden): 77-77
Art. The Tragedy of Lost Opportunities (Penty, A. J.): 78-78
Music. Modern Song Writing (X.): 78-79
Correspondence. Socialism and Punishment (Thompson, Russell): 79-79
advertisements: 75-80
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