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1907 — 1928
Volume 8, Number 14

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1911-02-02
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Contents Notes of the Week: 313-314
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 315-315
The Path to Democracy (Chesterton, Cecil): 316-317
The End of Democracy (Upward, Allen): 317-318
Republicanism in Portugal (Cunha, V. de Braganza): 318-319
An Englishman in America (Juvenal): 319-320
Unedited Opinions: 321-321
The Maids' Comedy: An Appreciation (Randall, Alfred E.): 322-322
The Patriot (George, W. L.): 323-324
The Grey (Gorki, Maxim.): 324-324
London (Visiak, E. H.): 325-325
Schoolboy (Visiak, E. H.): 325-325
Books and Persons in London and Paris (Tonson, Jacob): 325-325
Theology (Oxon, M. B.): 326-327
Letters to an Unborn Child (Your Reluctant Father): 327-328
Reviews (Hughes, Herbert): 328-329
Reviews: 328-330
Reviews (Randall, Alfred E.): 329-330
Reviews (Carter, Huntly): 330-330
Drama (Dukes, Ashley): 331-331
Criticism of the Theoretical Basis of Socialism (Meulen, Henry): 332-332
The Surplus of Luxury (Post, O.E.): 332-333
Letters to the Editor: 332-335
Shakespeare--Bacon (Bechhofer, C.E.): 333-333
Hand and Machine (Murphy, William S.): 333-333
Mr. Randall and Leo Tolstoy (Maude, Aylmer): 333-334
Poetry and the Realities (Grandville, Charles): 334-334
"The Great Illusion" (Kirkby, John): 334-334
Censorhip of Literature (Dixon, J. Chalmers): 334-335
The New Age (Hastings, Beatrice): 335-335
The Fabian "What to Read" (Skelhorn, S.): 335-335
"Almost Absolutely" (W.P.): 335-335
The Late Sir Charles Dilke (Watkins, Allen): 335-335
advertisments: 336-336
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