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1907 — 1928
Volume 7, Number 2

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1910-05-12
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Contents Notes of the Week: 25-27
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 27-28
The New Era (Benjamin, Judah P.): 28-28
Women and Freedom (Triformis, D.): 29-30
The Philosophy of a Don: 30-31
Poor Hodge (Sparrow, Walter Shaw): 32-33
Amateurs in General and the Stockport Garrick Society in Particular (JAC): 33-34
Turned Out (Reynolds, Stephen): 34-35
The Emotional Power of Genius (Grierson, Francis): 35-36
Goosocracy (Sickert, Walter): 36-37
A King's Ring (Talbot, Julian.): 37-38
Books and Persons (Tonson, Jacob): 38-39
Verse (Flint, F. S.): 39-40
Reviews: 41-41
Drama (Dukes, Ashley): 41-42
Art (Carter, Huntly): 42-43
The Prevention of Destitution Bill (Charrington, Charles): 43-43
Correspondence: 43-46
Mrs. Braby's "Downward" (Braby, Maud Churton): 44-44
To the Editor of "The New Age" (Eugenist): 44-44
Fellowship and Unsocialism (Neo-Socialist): 44-44
Dr. Saleeby Replies (Saleeby, C. W.): 44-44
Eugenics (Wells, H. G.): 44-44
Some Considerations (Bax, E. Belfort): 44-45
The Camberwell Tragedy (Hastings, Beatrice T.): 45-45
Vivisection (Kidd, Beatrice): 45-45
Huntly Carter and the National Gallery (Witcombe, John): 45-45
"The Logical Climax of the Modernity Movements" (Cook, E. Wake): 45-46
A Holiday Tour, A (B. L.): 46-46
Concerning Error (Binns, Henry Bryan): 46-46
Works of G. K. Chesterton (Howe, F. G.): 46-46
Articles of the Week: 46-47
Bibliographies of Modern Authors: 47-47
advertisements: 47-48
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