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1907 — 1928
Volume 20, Number 9

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1916-12-28
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Contents Notes of the Week: 193-195
"Mr. Bottomley Reveals Himself" (L'Hibou): 195-195
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 195-197
The Present Position and Power of the Press (Belloc, H.): 197-199
President Woodrow Wilson (Herron, George D.): 199-201
Message from Americans Abroad to Americans at Home (Herron, Dr.): 201-203
An Industrial Symposium (Carter, Huntly (conducted by)): 203-205
Readers and Writers (R. H. C.): 205-206
Letters from Ireland (Bechhofer, C. E.): 206-207
The First Episode Concerning the Mote and the Beam (Selver, P.): 207-209
Pushkin's "Mozart and Salieri" (Pushkin, Alexander): 209-210
Pushkin's "Mozart and Salieri" (Bechhofer, C. E.): 209-210
Views and Reviews (A. E. R.): 210-211
Reviews: 211-212
Noblesse Oblige--M'Yes (U. G. H.): 213-213
Current Childhood (Kaye, G. O.): 213-213
Pastiche: 213-214
The Australian Referendum (D. B.): 214-214
The New Government (Richards, H.): 214-214
Food Control (S. T. R.): 214-214
Mr. Belloc and "Old Moore" (W. R.): 214-214
Poetic Light (Triboulet): 214-214
The C. W. S. (Co-operative Press Agency): 214-215
Letters to the Editor: 214-215
James Connolly (Kerr, R. B.): 215-215
"London Pride" (M. G. S.): 215-215
How to Muzzle the Press (Old Journalist): 215-215
"The New Age" and the "Nation" (R. G. O.): 215-215
Memoranda: 215-215
Press Cuttings: 216-216
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