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1907 — 1928
Volume 2, Number 5

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1907-11-30
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Contents Notes of the Week: 81-84
Mr. Balfour on Socialism: 84-85
Politics at Hull (Taylor, G. R. S.): 85-86
Flogging Vagrants (R. H.): 86-86
Ibsen's Women. No. 4. The Lady from the Sea (Farr, Florence): 87-87
Charles Dickens as a Socialist. Part I. Chapter II. II. (Pugh, Edwin): 88-89
Towards Socialism. IX (Orage, A. R.): 89-89
advertisements: 89-89
Why I am a Socialist (Bennett, Arnold): 90-90
The Despot (Nesbit, E.): 90-90
Driving Capital Out of the Country. V (Shaw, George Bernard): 91-92
Book of the Week. Review of 'English Folk-Song: Some Conclusions' byCecil J. Sharp (Hughes, Herbert): 92-93
Reviews. 'Jesus in London: a Poem' by E. Nesbit: 93-93
Reviews. 'Oscar Wilde' by by Leonard Cresswell Inglesby: 93-94
Reviews. 'Nietzsche in Outline and Aphorism' by A. R. Orage: 94-95
Reviews. 'La Democratie Individualiste' by Yves Guyot: 95-95
Reviews. 'Essays and Addresses' by John Henry Bridges: 95-96
Reviews. 'Little Books on Art. Miniatures' by Cyril Davenport: XXX-XXX
Recent Pamphlets: 96-97
Drama. 'Waste' (Guest, L. Haden): 97-99
Correspondence. The Railway Strike (F. N. E.): 99-99
Correspondence. Free Discussion (Attica): 99-99
Correspondence. The Deadly Parallel (E. C.): 99-99
Correspondence. Rebecca West (Skovgaard-Pedersen, A.): 99-99
advertisements: 93-100
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