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1911 — 1912
Vol. 1, No. 21
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-04-11 20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm
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Contents Contents: 401-401
The New Prostitution (Norman, C. H.): 401-402
Topics of the Week. Women and Labour: 402-404
Two Plays by Tchekhof. Book Review of 'Two Plays by Tchekhof' ['The Cherry Orchard' and 'The Seagull'] by Anton Chekhov, translated by George Calderon (West, Rebecca): 405-406
The Woman Offender: La Nostalgie de la Boue (Campbell, Donald): 406-409
The Present State of the Suffrage Question: Male Reflections (Bickley, Francis): 409-410
Abolition of Domestic Drudgery by Co-operative Housekeeping. II (Melvin, Alice): 410-412
A New Name for a New Virtue (Holley, Horace): 412-412
Mine and Thine (B. A. S.): 412-415
Discussion Circles: 415-415
London Orphan Asylum, Watford: An Appeal: 416-416
The Final Scheme of Things and Miss Violet Markham (Boord, Coralie M.): 416-416
Correspondence. Mr. Upton Sinclair's Reply to Critics (Sinclair, Upton): 417-417
Correspondence. The Blackleg of Labour (Parker, Dorian): 417-417
Correspondence. A Reply to Mr. Lansbury (O'Shea, Norah): 417-418
Correspondence. Endowment of Motherhood (Graham, Rachel): 418-418
Correspondence. Social Reform and Limitation of Population (Flügel, J. C.): 418-419
Correspondence. Questions for Dr. Drysdale (Hunt, C. F.): 419-419
Correspondence. A Y.W.C.A. Home (G. M. T.): 419-419
Advertisements: 405-405
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