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1911 — 1912
Vol. 1, No. 14
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-02-22 20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm
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Contents Contents: 261-261
To What End in Life?: 261-262
The Great Adventure: 262-262
Topics of the Week: 263-266
Education from the Universal Standpoint. The Education of the Parent. III: 267-268
Population and the Food Supply. II: 268-269
Correspondence. Clearing the Ground (A Grandmother): 270-270
Correspondence. The Chastity of Continence? (A New Subscriber): 270-270
Correspondence. The Aesthetic Status of Sex (F. M. P.): 270-271
Correspondence. Limitations of Parentage (A Truth Seeker): 271-271
Correspondence. Children and the Lower Appetite (Rationalist): 271-271
Correspondence. The Excitation of Sex Discussions (Watts, Frank): 271-271
Correspondence. Undue Emphasis on Sex (A Reader): 271-271
Correspondence. A Conundrum (The Happy Husband of Coralie M. Boord): 271-272
Correspondence. Continence and Marriage (The Wife of the Man Married and Happy): 272-272
Correspondence. A Home Worker (Home Worker): 272-272
Response to the Letter in 'A Home Worker' (Ed. of "The Freewoman"): 272-272
Correspondence. The Permanency of Women's Work (Graham, Florence): 272-273
Correspondence. A Mother's Criticism (M. S.): 273-273
Correspondence. Co-operative Housekeeping (Starling, B. W. F.): 273-273
Correspondence. A Residential Club (Seed, William H.): 273-273
Correspondence. A Retort (Witcop, Rose): 273-273
Correspondence. The Idealism of Sex Relations (Carey, Winifred Rose): 273-274
Correspondence. Uranians (Scython): 274-274
Correspondence. Imperial Naturalisation and Loss of Nationality by Marriage (Hon. Secretary): 274-274
Correspondence. The Aëthnic Union (Your Correspondent): 274-274
Our Prison System: 275-277
Beauty and Progress: Towards a Principle for a New Social Science in Art: 277-278
The Aëthnic Union: 278-279
An Appeal: 279-279
Advertisements: 269-269
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