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1907 — 1928
Volume 8, Number 15

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1911-02-09
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Contents Notes of the Week: 337-339
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 339-341
Aristocracy and Culture (Ferrero, Guglielmo.): 341-342
Labour's Lost Culture (Escott, T. H. S.): 342-343
The Censorship of Letters (Upward, Allen): 343-344
The Symposium on Women's Suffrage: A Reply (Lawrence, Emmeline Pethick.): 344-344
The Path to Democracy (Chesterton, Cecil): 345-345
Unedited Opinions: 346-347
Don in Arcadia: 347-349
Books and Persons in London and Paris (Tonson, Jacob): 349-350
Theology (Oxon, M. B.): 350-351
An Englishman in America (Juvenal): 352-353
The Two Machiavellis: A Comparison and a Contrast (Randall, Alfred E.): 353-355
Drama (N. C.): 355-356
Women's Suffrage (Hueffer, Ford Maddox): 356-357
Letters to the Editor: 356-359
Women's Suffrage (Sinclair, Upton): 357-357
John Hamilton Churchill and 'La Primola" (Amendola, Giovanni): 358-358
Mr. Randall and Leo Tolstoy (Randall, Alfred E.): 358-358
"The Great Illusion" (Verdad, S.): 358-358
Oscar Wilde and Shakespeare (Carric, Allen): 358-359
Party Government (Caer, R.): 359-359
The Times Book Club (Duff, F. E.B.): 359-359
Theology (Oxon, M. B.): 359-359
The End of Democracy (Poel, William): 359-359
advertisments: 359-360
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