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1911 — 1917
Vol. 1, No. 7
Winslow, Horatio (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1911-07-01 20 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image. The Worker (Fischer, Anton Otto): 1-1
Contents: 2-2
What Everybody Knows: [Tributes from readers about The Masses]: 2-2
Editorials (Winslow, Horatio): 3-3
Frontispiece. The Boy in the Mine (Robinson, Robert): 4-4
Roadtown: A Glimpse of the Future: A Scientific Prophecy of the Dwellings of Tomorrow (Julius, Emanuel): 5-6
Anti-Militarism: A Sidelight (A Worker): 6-6
Editorial Advertisements: 6-6
Tradition: A Purposeful Picture (Young, Arthur): 7-7
A Knock, a Boost, and a Bet (Vlag, Piet): 8-8
The Glory of Ghent: A Story of the Wonderful Work of an Energetic Proletariat (Winslow, Horatio): 9-10
An Experiment in Philanthropy (Gillmore, Inez H.): 10-12
Lena Morrow Lewis: Agitator (Patterson, Ethel Lloyd): 13-13
The Conquerors (Winslow, Horatio): 13-13
The Other Girl (Lynn, Vera): 14-14
The Song of the Street (Untermeyer, Louis): 14-14
Facts and Interpretations. Has the Collectivizing Stage Begun? (Weeks, Rufus W.): 15-15
Facts and Interpretations. What Is Socialism? (Weeks, Rufus W.): 15-15
Facts and Interpretations. The Dignity of Labor (Russell, Phillips): 15-15
Facts and Interpretations. The Futility of Holidays (J. G.): 15-15
Facts and Interpretations. Human Nature: 15-15
The Color of Life. The Devotee (Williams, George): 16-16
The Color of Life. Fear (Lynn, Vera): 16-16
The Color of Life. Sic Vos Non Vobis (Goldberg, Isaac): 16-16
The Open Clinic. Give Us Justice, Not Charity (Work, John M.): 16-16
The Open Clinic. The Fall of Diaz (De Fornaro, C.): 16-16
The Open Clinic. Socialist Schools (Gill, Frances M.): 16-16
The Open Clinic. Luxury: The Precursor of Socialism (W. W. P.): 16-16
Editor's Note about 'The Open Clinic' (Editor of The Masses): 16-16
The Way You Look at It: 17-17
Back Advertisements: 18-20
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