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1911 — 1912
Vol. 1, No. 15
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-02-29 20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm
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Contents Contents: 281-281
Woman: Endowed or Free?: 281-283
Topics of the Week: 283-286
The Great Unclassed. I (Gallichan, Walter M.): 286-288
The Home Office Blunderer (Aldred, Guy A.): 288-290
Correspondence. Chastity and Normality (Oliver, Kathlyn): 290-290
Correspondence. A Psychological Morality Test (Inquirer): 290-290
Correspondence. Sex Instruction and the Young (A Mother): 290-291
Correspondence. Uranians (Whitby, C. J.): 291-291
Correspondence. Pruriency and Sex Dicussions (Haynes, E. S. P.): 291-291
Correspondence. 'Freewoman' Clubs (B. L.): 291-291
Correspondence. Group-Houses (Chapman, Dorothy): 291-291
Correspondence. A Group of the 'Fourth Party' (Anderson, Lilian): 291-291
Correspondence. Teachers under the Insurance Act (Mortished, R. J. P.): 292-292
Correspondence. A Motive for Suffragism (The Despised Suffragist): 292-292
Correspondence. Food and Population (Lewis, Arthur D.): 292-293
Correspondence. Population and the Food Supply (Macdonald, W. A.): 293-293
Correspondence. Potential Food Supplies and an Unlimited Population (Hunt, C. F.): 293-293
Correspondence. A Challenge to the Malthusian Population Theory (Horwitz, Israel): 293-294
Correspondence. A Message to Letter-Writers (Ed. of "The Freewoman"): 294-294
Home Science: King's College for Women (Robinson, Rona): 294-296
'What Diantha Did': Book Review of 'What Diantha Did' by Charlotte Perkins Gilman (A. F.): 296-297
Luang Sawat, B.A.. II (B. A. S.): 297-299
Advertisements: 289-289
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