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1911 — 1912
Vol. 1, No. 11
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-02-01 20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm
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Contents Contents: 201-201
The Over-and-Above in Life: 201-202
Notes for the Week: 202-204
Where Women Work. Teaching. I (Various Hands): 205-208
Modesty (Hindshaw, Winifred): 208-208
Mr. Upton Sinclair and Sex Institutions: A Criticism (Esson, W. B.): 208-209
The Failure (Weston, Selwyn): 210-210
Correspondence. A Definition of Marriage (D'Auvergne, Edmund): 211-211
Correspondence. An Appeal to the Happily Married (A Man, Married and Happy): 211-211
Correspondence. The Freewoman and Life Problems (Watts, Frank): 211-211
Correspondence. Malthusianism and Henry George (Drysdale, C. V.): 212-212
Correspondence. A Question (H. B.): 212-212
Correspondence. Population and Food Supply (Hunt, C. F.): 212-212
Correspondence. The Intellectual Limitations of the 'Normal' (Löwy, Albert E.): 212-213
Correspondence. The Sex Function (A. B.): 213-213
Correspondence. Divorce (Boord, Coralie M.): 213-213
Correspondence. Karl Marx and the Single Tax (Hunt, C. F.): 213-214
Correspondence. College Education for Workers (Horrabud, Winifred): 214-214
Correspondence. Population and Economics (Lewis, Arthur D.): 214-215
Erratum (Ed. of "The Freewoman"): 215-215
A Matter of Taste (Whitby, Charles J.): 215-216
Dulayut, a Siamese Child: 217-219
Advertisements: 209-209
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