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1911 — 1912
Vol. 2, No. 35
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-07-18 20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm
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Contents Contents: 161-161
The Immorality of the Marriage Contract: A Commentary: 161-164
Topics of the Week. Why Revolt Drags: 164-165
War and Finance (Kitson, Arthur): 166-167
The Economic Freedom of Women (Chew, Ada Nield): 167-169
'Shadows out of the Crowd'. Book Review of 'Shadows out of the Crowd' by Richard Curle (West, Rebecca): 170-171
At Dawn (Visiak, E. H.): 171-171
The Signing of the Will: 171-172
A National Gallery Reverie (Guthrie, E. K.): 172-173
New York at 99° in the Shade: 174-174
Interpellation: To Men and Women of All Civilized Countries (Stocker, Helene): 174-174
Correspondence. Ideas or No Ideas (Willcocks, M. P.): 175-175
Correspondence. Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding (Norman, C. H.): 176-176
Correspondence. Illegitimacy (D'Auvergne, Edmund B.): 176-176
Correspondence. Shall the Yoshiwara Be Rebuilt? (Skovgaard-Pedersen, Amy): 176-176
Correspondence. Concerning the Yoshiwara (Browne, F. W. Stella): 176-176
Correspondence. Concerning the Idea of God (Cobb, W. F.): 177-177
Correspondence. Self-Abuse and Insanity (A. B.): 177-177
Correspondence. 'What Is Justice?' (Hadden, S. E.): 177-177
Correspondence. Child Marriages (Graham, Rachel): 177-178
Correspondence. Capital (Hewson, Arthur): 178-178
Correspondence. Cooking and Drudgery (Burnett, Alice C.): 178-178
Correspondence. Legalised Prostitution (Langworthy, F.): 178-179
Correspondence. Questions of Sex-Oppression (Aldred, Guy A.): 179-179
Advertisements: 173-173
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