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1911 — 1917
Vol. 1, No. 1
Seltzer, Thomas (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1911-01-01 20 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Editorial Advertisements: B-B
Contents: 1-1
Editorial: 1-1
Must It Be So? (Tolstoy, Leo): 2-2
The Fur Coat (Fulda, Ludwig): 3-5
The Masses (Cesare): 5-5
Who Can Blame? (Everett, Herbert): 5-5
The Increased Cost of Living (Meyers, Gustavus): 6-6
The American Co-operative Movement: How Co-operation Can be Made Successful in the United States (Ghent, W. J.): 6-7
The Little Sinner (Chirikov, E. N.): 7-8
Why Socialists Should Join Co-operatives (Vlag, P.): 9-9
Let the Truth Be Known (Russell, Charles Edward): 9-9
Unite in Buying as in Selling (Wood, Eugene): 10-10
Impressions of Our Artists (Potter, Grace): 11-11
The Tendencies of German Socialism (Louis, Paul): 12-14
Evolution (Young, Art): 13-13
Our Benevolent Express Companies (Saturday Evening Post): 14-14
Back Advertisements: 14-18
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