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1907 — 1928
Volume 2, Number 8

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1907-12-21
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Contents Notes of the Week: 141-144
Lord Curzon on Problems of Empire: 145-145
Wage Boards and Railways: 145-146
An Agricultural Policy for Socialists (Taylor, G. R. S.): 146-147
Charles Dickens as a Socialist. Part I. Chapter III. (Pugh, Edwin): 147-147
Ibsen's Women. No. 5 Rita Almers (Farr, Florence): 148-148
Congo Reform Association and Mr. Belloc (Morel, E. D.): 149-150
The Minimum Wage (Carpenter, Edward): 150-150
Driving Capital Out of the Country. VII (Shaw, George Bernard): 151-152
Book of the Week. Review of 'Human Bullets' by Tadayoshi Sakurai (Eder, M. D.): 152-152
Reviews. 'Society, Sin, and the Saviour' by Father Bernard Vaughan: 153-153
Reviews. 'Essays in Socialism' by E. Belfort Bax: 153-154
Reviews. 'South African Poetry and Verse' Ed. by Edward Heath Crouch: 154-154
Reviews. 'Hazell's Annual, 1908': 155-155
Reviews. 'Comrades' by Maxim Gorky: 155-155
Reviews. 'Little Burma Girl' by Mrs. Parsons: 155-155
Books Received: 155-156
advertisements: 153-157
Drama. The Agitator (Guest, L. Haden): 156-157
Art. Drawings by Mr. A. E. John, at the Carfax Gallery (Taylor, G. R. S.): 157-157
Correspondence. A Correction (Raffalovich, George): 158-158
Correspondence. The Zulu Crisis (F. W. P. L.): 158-158
Correspondence. The Evolutionists and Mr. Belloc (Hiller, H. Croft): 158-158
Correspondence. Future of Trade Unionism (Askew, John B.): 158-158
Correspondence. Socialism and Sex Relations (Tayler, L. S.): 158-158
Correspondence. Free Discussion (Another Reader of the New Age): 158-158
Correspondence. Socialism and the Labour Party (Socialist): 158-159
Correspondence. The Irish Muddle (Koinos): 159-159
Correspondence. The Fabian Manifesto (Macarthur, Mary R.): 159-159
Correspondence. Mr. Belloc and Heresy (Campbell, W. E.): 159-159
advertisements: 159-160
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