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1911 — 1917
Vol. 3, No. 2
Vlag, Piet (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1912-02-01 20 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image (Winter, Charles A.): 1-1
Contents: 2-2
Editorials: 2-3
Frontispiece. Imagination the Messenger of Action (Young, Arthur): 4-4
Political Action vs. Direct Action (Wood, Eugene): 5-5
Fight for Minimum Wage. The: 6-6
A Revolt in Manhattan (Levick, M. B.): 7-8
Constructive Political Action (Parce, Lida): 8-8
Working Class Politics in America (Lewis, Lena Morrow): 9-9
Political Action Is Faith in Man (Leonard, Oscar): 9-9
Mr. Augler's Tears: Showing the Danger of Taking Advantage of a Good Natured German (Winslow, Horatio): 10-11
Mamie: How Injuries to a Doll Goaded Two Much-Abused Children to Revolt (Gillmore, Inez Haynes): 12-13
The Struggle of the Masses (Kautsky, Karl): 13-14
The New Socialism (Merrill, Herbert M.): 14-14
The Way You Look at It: 15-15
The Doctors of Social Ills: 16-16
Facts and Interpretations. Wanted (Wright, Clyde J.): 17-17
Facts and Interpretations. The Co-Op' League (Sonnichson, Alfred): 17-17
Facts and Interpretations. You Will Fail Unless (Vlag, Piet): 17-17
Facts and Interpretations. The Boy Scout (Kirkpatrick, G. R.): 17-17
The Color of Life. Her Great Treasure: A Prologue (Watson, William): 18-18
The Color of Life. The Vagrant (Braverman, Barnet George): 18-18
The Color of Life. How She Got a Job (Greenberg, Ella): 18-18
The Color of Life. The New America: A Variation (Weeks, Rufus W.): 18-18
What We Are and What We Are Doing: 19-19
A Story in Pictures. I (Fischer, A. O.): 20-20
A Story in Pictures. II (Ollcott, Harriet): 20-20
A Story in Pictures. III (Ollcott, Harriet): 20-20
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