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1907 — 1928
Volume 14, Number 2

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1913-11-13
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Contents Notes of the Week: 33-36
No Compromise (Davies, Oliver): 36-36
Current Cant: 37-37
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 37-38
Military Notes (Romney): 38-39
Commercial Art (Fleming, Thomas): 39-39
Mr. Charles Booth's Proposals: 39-41
Shall We Sabotage? (Kenney, Rowland): 41-42
An Examination of the National Guild System (Belloc, H.): 42-43
A Pilgrimage to Turkey During War Time, A (Pickthall, Marmaduke): 44-46
The Psychology of Human Nature (Lister, Harold): 46-47
Triumph for State-Controlled Industry (Recorder): 48-49
Arjuna-Kartavirya (Hastings, Beatrice): 49-49
Readers and Writers (R. H. C.): 50-52
Winnie (Richmond, H.): 52-53
Views and Reviews (A. E. R.): 53-54
Max's Caricatures ("Tom-Titt"): 54-55
Reviews: 55-56
Nature's Music (Fleming, Thomas): 56-56
An Open Letter to Sir Edward Carson (Vectis): 56-56
Pastiche: 56-57
Ballade of Four Generations (Williamson, Robert): 57-57
My First Rondeau (Selver, P.): 57-57
Women in Law (Morning, Alice): 57-57
A Ballade of Cities, A (V.): 58-58
Envoi (V.): 58-58
Music and Musicians (Playford, John): 58-58
Belfast and Poverty (Ervine, John G.): 59-61
The "New Age" and the Press (Press-Cutter): 61-61
Clerks and the Guild System (Hughes, Fred): 61-61
An Insurance Election (Warde, C. H.): 61-61
The Catholic Mind (Protestant Guildsman): 61-62
Letters to the Editor: 61-63
The Psychological Factor (Cowley, E.): 62-63
"Is Woman Awake?" (Hood, Arthur): 63-63
advertisements: 63-63
Tom Titt (Not "By Himself"): 64-64
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