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1911 — 1917
Vol. 5, No. 4
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1914-01-01 24 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image (Bellows, George): 1-1
Contributing Editors: 2-2
Front Advertisements: 2-2
Indicted for Criminal Libel (Dell, Floyd): 3-3
'Babies Is a Fine Thing, Ain't They?' (Brewer, B. Marsh): 4-4
Knowledge and Revolution (Eastman, Max): 5-5
Behind the Constitution (F. D.): 6-7
Spreading the Joys of Civilization (Sloan, John): 7-7
Feminism: 7-7
'It Checks the Growth of the Undesirable Clawsses' (Chamberlain, K. R.): 8-8
Battle Hymn (Untermeyer, Louis): 8-8
'Them Gol-Durn Socialist Magazines' (Glintenkamp, Henry J.): 9-9
Complete History of Capitalism in Five Chapters (Battle, Richard): 10-10
Homer and the Soap-Box (F. D.): 11-11
A Little More Definite: 11-11
War (Davis, Stuart): 12-13
A Perfectly Good Cat (Dell, Floyd): 14-15
Six Prisoners Are Lashed: 15-15
'...Nor Cruel Nor Unusual Punishments Inflicted' (Young, Arthur): 15-15
From Harry in England (Kemp, Harry): 15-15
The Empress Weeps (W. E. W.): 15-15
'Here's a Man Says War Is Hell' (Manning, R. W.): 16-16
The Revolutionary Spirit at Seattle (Marot, Helen): 16-16
'H. R. S.' (Brubaker, Howard): 17-18
Concerning War (Eastman, Max): 18-19
He Advocates Sabotage At Home (Becker, Maurice): 18-18
He Advocates Murder Abroad (Becker, Maurice): 19-19
The Masquerader (Cleghorn, Sarah N.): 19-19
Supply and Demand (Brown, Robert Carlton): 20-20
The Trappers (Barret, Wilton Agnew): 21-21
News (McKenna, Edmond): 21-21
Shielding the Parent: 21-21
'Here I've Started Four Revolutions' (Chamberlain, K. R.): 21-21
'Larkinism': 22-22
Hunger Strike (Sparks, G. S.): 22-22
A New Crime: 22-22
Back Advertisements: 23-23
Back Cover Image. The Old Riddle and the New (Winter, Charles A.): 24-24
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