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1907 — 1928
Volume 3, Number 2

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1908-05-09
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Contents Notes of the Week: 21-23
The Labour Party and Dundee (Taylor, G. R. S.): 24-24
advertisements: 25-25
The School Meals Farce: 25-25
Lord Macaulay's Curse: 26-26
Good Breeding or Eugenics (Eder, M. D.): 27-27
Race-Culture and Socialism (Saleeby, C. W.): 28-29
The Instinct of Ownership (Bland, Hubert.): 29-30
From Morning to Dawn (R. B.): 30-30
The Second English Revolution (Jackson, Holbrook.): 31-32
advertisements: 32-32
Books and Persons (Tonson, Jacob): 33-33
Book of the Week. Review of 'My Belief: Answers to Certain Religious Difficulties' by R. F. Horton (Farley, R. P.): 33-35
Reviews. Review of 'Letters by Dr. John Brown' Ed. by his Son and D. W. Forrest: 35-36
Reviews. Review of 'Epic and Romance' by W. P. Ker: 36-36
Reviews. Review of 'Planetary Journeys andEarthly Sketches' by George Raffalovich: 36-37
Reviews. Review of 'Anarchy: its Methods and Exponents' by Peter Latouche: 37-37
Reviews. Review of 'The Individualist' by Philip Gibbs: 37-37
Reviews. Review of 'Jean Frederic Herbart' by Gabriel Compayré: 37-37
Reviews. Review of 'Criminal Appeal and Evidence' by N. W. Sibley: 37-37
Drama. Ameridcan, German, and Home Grown (Guest, L. Haden.): 38-38
Correspondence. Mr. Belloc and Socialism (Yarker, F. E.): 39-39
Correspondence. A Protest (Bax, E. Belfort): 39-39
Correspondence. New Wells for Old (Bombex): 39-39
Correspondence. Child Protection (So-Called) (Pomeroy, Ernest): 39-39
Correspondence. Should We Hang Women? (Game, Clement): 39-39
advertisements: 34-40
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