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1911 — 1917
Vol. 4, No. 1
Vlag, Piet (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1912-07-01 20 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image. Socialism (Winter, Chas. A.): 1-1
Contents: 2-2
The Socialist Platform of 1912: 2-2
The Great Force: 2-2
Editorials: 3-3
Frontispiece. Socialist Party: 4-4
Eliminating the Anarchist (Dobbs, Chas.): 5-5
The Cross Breaker (Klein, Nicholas): 6-7
Socialism the Issue in 1912 (Cook, George Cram): 7-7
The Word of the Lord: Little Man in a Hurry (White, Bouck): 8-9
In the Pride of His Youth (Kiper, Florence): 9-10
Does Your Town Need Socialism (McMahon, John R.): 10-10
Why the United States Must Adopt Socialism (Dague, R. A.): 11-11
Fickle Reflections (Weitz, Louis): 11-11
Industrial Unionism in Evolution (Hazlett, Ida Crouch): 12-12
Indianapolis (Korngold, Ralph): 12-12
Berger, Legien and the Masses: 13-13
Society, a Girl, and Her Father (Moree, Edward A.): 14-15
Competition vs. Sociality (Parce, Lida): 15-16
A Notable Achievement (Spargo, John): 16-16
What Makes a Socialist (Batchelder, Margaret): 16-16
The Farmer (Hardy, Nat L.): 16-16
Co-operation at Indianapolis: 17-17
The Lyrics. The Parade (Untermeyer, Louis): 18-18
The Lyrics. The Songs of To-day (Eldridge, Paul): 18-18
The Lyrics. The Mills of the Rich (Smith, Edith): 18-18
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