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1911 — 1917
Vol. 3, No. 1
Vlag, Piet (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1912-01-01 20 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Design (Winter, Charles A.): 1-1
Front Advertisements: 2-2
Contents: 3-3
Editorials: 3-3
Frontispiece. War-Making-War (Goodwin, Arnold): 4-4
Brains or Bombs?: Forging a New Weapon for the Workers... (Editor of The Masses): 5-7
Editorial Advertisement: 7-7
Foolishness: Why Socialists Are Foolish in Opposing War (Vlag, Piet): 8-8
Usefulness: The Highest Form of Art Can Be Surpassed by Adding Usefulness (Sawyer, Roland D.): 8-9
To the Common People Who Hate War (Emmons, Matthew Ruskin): 9-9
Jeshua Ben Joseph: Would Find Today, the Vices He Fought, Practised in His Name (Weeks, Rufus W.): 9-9
A Knight: A Modern Highway-Man and a Lady (Plumley, Gardiner Ladd): 11-11
Things for Dolls: Mamie Tuttle's Story and its Unusual Climax (Patterson, Ethel Lloyd): 12-13
Out of Bondage: How Jennie Baily Found Herself and Recognition (Stein, Helen): 13-14
Not Heroes But Yellow Dogs: 14-14
War: The Man-Eating Monster (Leonard, Oscar): 14-14
The Way You Look at It: 15-15
Mr. Cassin's Solo (Winslow, Horatio): 16-16
Facts and Interpretations. A Long Look Ahead (Weeks, Rufus W.): 17-17
Facts and Interpretations. What Is Socialism (Fieldman, Sol): 17-17
The Color of Life. Public Benefactors (Weeks, George F.): 18-18
The Color of Life. At the Terminal (Untermeyer, Louis): 18-18
The Color of Life. The Drama of the Street (Gillmore, Inez H.): 18-18
Back Advertisements: 19-20
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