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1911 — 1917
Vol. 4, No. 5
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1913-02-01 20 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image (Turner, H. J.): 1-1
Contents: 2-2
Contributing Editors: 2-2
A Little Testimonial (The Library Club House): 2-2
A Big One (Debs, Eugene V.): 2-2
Editorial Advertisement. A Free Magazine: 2-2
Sketches of the Aristocracy (Walts, F. M.): 2-2
Dynamite against Steel: A Tragedy and an Opportunity (M. E.): 3-3
Direct 'Action'! (Sloan, John): 4-4
Knowledge and Revolution: Editorials (Eastman, Max): 5-6
Beware of Pickpockets! (Becker, Maurice): 7-7
The Divine Discontent: As G. K. Chesterton might have written it, if he only had. (Untermeyer, Louis): 7-7
Discrimination (Winter, Alice Beach): 8-8
A Side-Splitting Comedy (Brubaker, Howard): 9-9
To Relieve the Ecclesiastical Congestion (Herford, Will): 9-9
None So Blind as Those Who Can't Afford to See (Becker, Maurice): 10-11
The Curse (Sloan, John): 12-12
A Rift of Silence (Spadoni, Adriana): 12-13
'Oh Hello, Nellie!' (Turner, H. J.): 14-14
The Lady of Sussex (Wood, Eugene): 14-14
An Unverified Report (Brubaker, Howard): 14-14
Unreasonable (Winslow, Horatio): 14-14
Conventional Life (Eastman, Max): 15-15
Midnight's Mirror (Winter, Charles A.): 15-15
Side-Walk Dialogues (Curtis, July): 16-16
Important Distinction: 16-16
Adam and Eve—The True Story. I (Sloan, John): 16-17
The World-Wide Battle Line (Walling, William English): 18-18
Back Advertisements: 19-19
Back Cover Image: 'Whatever You Do, Don't Use Force' (Young, Arthur): 20-20
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