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1907 — 1928
Volume 15, Number 2

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1914-05-14
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Contents Notes of the Week: 25-28
Current Cant: 29-29
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 29-30
Military Notes (Romney): 30-31
Truth (Triboulet): 31-31
Towards National Guilds: 31-32
"The Servile Statesman" (Brookfarmer, Charles): 32-33
Fabians, Pigeons, and Dogs (Penty, Arthur J.): 34-34
Transvaluations (Sickert, Walter): 35-35
Unedited Opinions: 36-36
Readers and Writers (R. H. C.): 37-38
Open Letter to Mr. Selfridge (T. K. L.): 38-39
Liberty (Triboulet): 39-39
Views and Reviews (A. E. R.): 40-40
The Case of Mrs. Maybrick (Norman, C. H.): 41-43
Drama (Hope, John Francis): 43-44
Art (Ludovici, Anthony M.): 44-44
Futuristics a la Marinetti (A., George): 45-45
Getting on in the World (Cynicus): 45-45
Hodge-Podge (Triboulet): 45-45
Pastiche: 45-45
Deathbed Oration over a Labour Journal (Bechhofer, C. E.): 45-45
A Few More Remarks (Cowley, E.): 46-46
Catholicism and Economics (Drinkwater, F. H.): 46-46
Guilds and the Salariat (Mather, Richard): 46-47
Letters to the Editor: 46-47
"The New Age" (Lacey, Stephen): 47-47
Nietzsche (Levy, Oscar): 47-47
A Sermon (Malloch, G. R.): 47-47
What Is Slavery? (Oxon, M. B.): 47-47
Mr. Penty and Plutocracy (Pope, Bertram): 47-47
"The New Age" (S. W.): 47-47
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