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1911 — 1912
Vol. 2, No. 40
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-08-22 20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm
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Contents Contents: 261-261
Work and Life: 261-262
Topics of the Week. Ulster and the W.S.P.U.: 263-264
The Case of Penelope (D'Auvergne, Edmund B.): 265-266
Usury (Payment for the Use of Things): The Prime Cause of Want and Unemployment (Kitson, Arthur): 266-268
Strindberg—The English Gentleman: Book Review of 'The Confession of a Fool' and 'Plays' by August Strindberg. II (West, Rebecca): 268-270
Mother-Interest and Child-Training (Chew, Ada Nield): 270-272
First Nights of London Plays ("Rita"): 272-274
£400 a Year (Hamilton, Helen): 274-275
Education from the Universal Standpoint. Fatherhood and Motherhood. VII (Oyler, Philip): 275-276
Correspondence. Note to Correspondents (Ed. of "The Freewoman"): 276-276
Correspondence. Queries (Graham, Rachel): 276-277
Correspondence. Mr. Wells on Intellectual Women (Leatham, Isabel): 277-277
Correspondence. Money and Interest (Kitson, Arthur): 277-277
Correspondence. The End of the Money-Market (Mylius, E. F.): 277-278
Correspondence. The Human Trinity (Hunt, C. F.): 278-278
Correspondence. A Hint of the Government (Visiak, E. H.): 278-278
Correspondence. Money, Capital, and Interest (Lewis, Arthur D.): 279-279
Correspondence. Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding (Gawthorpe, Mary): 279-279
Correspondence. Re Kitson Works on Money (Finch, A. P.): 279-279
Advertisements: 268-268
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