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1911 — 1912
Vol. 2, No. 41
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-08-29 20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm
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Contents Contents: 281-281
The Woman Movement and the 'Ablest Socialists': 281-285
Mr. Jones' Defence (Rubinstein, H. F.): 286-288
Usury: The Prime Cause of Want and Unemployment. II (Kitson, Arthur): 288-291
A Last Word on Whistler (Guthrie, E. K.): 291-292
The New Hygiene: Natural Health Versus Economic Wealth (Macdonald, W. Allan): 292-293
Correspondence. Note to Correspondents (Ed. of "The Freewoman"): 294-294
Correspondence. A Correction (Bloomsbury): 294-294
Correspondence. The Competitive Spirit (Meulen, Henry): 294-294
Correspondence. Land and Capital (Hunt, C. F.): 294-295
Correspondence. Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding (Norman, C. H.): 295-295
Correspondence. Insurrectionary Morality (Gawthorpe, Mary): 295-295
Correspondence. The Case of Penelope (Theobald, Margaret): 295-296
Correspondence. Chastity and Fidelity (Lewis, Arthur D.): 296-296
Correspondence. Grades in Happiness (Morgan, E. Noel): 296-296
Correspondence. Rebecca West's Attack on Men (Scotus): 298-298
Correspondence. The Daughter and the Home (E. J. C.): 298-299
Correspondence. The Forcible Feeding of Mrs. Leigh (Gawthorpe, Mary): 299-299
Correspondence. The Lord Chief Justice and the Lash (The Humanitarian League): 299-299
Advertisements: 289-289
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