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1911 — 1917
Vol. 4, No. 12
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1913-09-01 20 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image. As They Pass By (Barns, Cornelia): 1-1
Contributing Editors: 2-2
Editorial Advertisements: 2-2
Front Advertisements: 2-2
Who's It? (The Editors): 2-2
The Invisible Government (Russell, Charles Edward): 3-3
The Extreme Left (Sloan, John): 4-4
Knowledge and Revolution (Eastman, Max): 5-7
Hooking Up the Lenders (Young, Arthur): 6-6
'The Two Kinds of Ability' (Battle, Richard): 7-7
Moondown: A Play in One Act (Reed, John): 8-9
Hack Work (Walts, F. M.): 9-9
Newark—Triangle—Binghamton Etc., Etc., Etc. (Croy, Homer): 9-9
Soon—Perhaps Yet (Winslow, Horatio): 9-9
Municipal Playground (Winter, Alice Beach): 10-10
Concerning Sermons: A Sermon (Wood, Eugene): 11-11
Midsummer Madness (Brubaker, Howard): 11-11
Nourished by Proxy (Becker, Maurice): 12-12
Revolutions—Two Kinds (Winslow, Horatio): 12-12
The War They Never Fought (Kemp, Harry): 12-12
Personal Liberty (M. E.): 12-12
The Absurdity of It: 12-12
Three Dancers. I-III (Benson, Stuart): 13-13
Lines: For an Impossible Picture (Winslow, Horatio): 13-13
Press Pearls: 13-13
The Common Caws (Sloan, John): 13-13
Solitude (Bellows, George): 14-14
The Seamstress: A Story (Spadoni, Adriana): 15-16
Sweet Girls (Winslow, Horatio): 16-16
Political Action: 16-16
Faith (O'Sheel, Tod): 16-16
Talk about Marx!: 16-16
During the Strike (Sloan, John): 16-16
The Fire-Watchers (Flexner, Hortense): 17-17
Illustration for 'The Fire-Watchers' (Winter, Charles A.): 17-17
The World-Wide Battle Line (Walling, William English): 18-18
Back Advertisements: 19-19
Back Cover Image. The Hero of the Factory Fire (Sloan, John): 20-20
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