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1907 — 1928
Volume 3, Number 10

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1908-07-04
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Contents Notes of the Week: 181-183
Socialism at the Pan-Anglican Congress (Noel, Conrad (Reverend).): 184-185
The Socialist-Medical League: 185-185
Good Breeding or Eugenics (Eder, M. D.): 186-186
The Divine Comedy (Binns, Henry Bryan): 187-187
The Other Women (Reluctant Suffragette, A.): 187-187
The Socialist Policy (Hobson, S. G.): 188-189
The Strand Statues (Titterton, W. R.): 190-190
The Last Ten Years of English Literature. II (Burdett, Osbert.): 191-192
Books and Persons (Tonson, Jacob): 192-193
Book of the Week. Reviewof 'Pleasure and Problem in South Africa' by Cecil Harmsworth (Haigh, Richmond): 193-194
Reviews. Review of 'Socialsm and the Drink Question' by Philip Snowden: 194-194
Reviews. Review of 'The Churches and Modern Thought' by P. Vivian: 194-195
Reviews. Review of 'Essentials of Economic Theory' by John Bates Clark: 195-195
Recent Pamphlets: 196-196
Drama. Mr. Nugent Monck's 'Mill' (Guest, L. Haden.): 196-197
Correspondence. Beatrice Tina and the Almighty (Nesbit, E.): 197-198
Correspondence. 'Woman as State Creditor' (D. C. A. M.): 198-198
Correspondence. 'Woman as State Creditor' (Mack, Margaret M.): 198-198
Correspondence. English Foreign Policy (Ince., Howard): 198-198
Correspondence. English Foreign Policy (A.): 198-199
Correspondence. Mountain Climbing and Walking (Carpenter, Edward.): 199-199
Correspondence. Re-Issue of Samuel Butler (Fifield, A. C.): 199-199
Correspondence. The India Council (Stanhope of Chester): 199-199
advertisements: 193-200
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