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1911 — 1917
Vol. 5, No. 5
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1914-02-01 24 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image: Where Ignorance Is Bliss (Barns, Cornelia): 1-1
Contributing Editors: 2-2
Editorial Advertisement: 2-2
Another Crime! (The Editors): 3-3
Front Advertisement: 3-3
Orango-Tango (Sloan, John): 4-4
Knowledge and Revolution (Eastman, Max): 5-7
'Are You Going to See Me Home' (Coleman, Glenn O.): 6-6
Mother Jones (Young, Arthur): 7-7
Amusement (Hanna, Esther): 8-8
The Champion (Kemp, Harry): 8-8
Barriers (Reely, Mary Katharine): 8-8
Calumet (Becker, Maurice): 9-9
The Strange Orient: 10-10
Literary Politics (W. E. W.): 10-10
Confidence (Herford, Will): 10-10
Prize Press Pearl: 10-10
Kept! (Pancoast, Morris Hall): 10-10
Rebellion (Glintenkamp, Henry J.): 11-11
Exchange Professors (Winslow, Horatio): 11-11
From a Publisher's Private Ledger: 11-11
American Independence: 11-11
Tolerance (Vorse, Mary Heaton): 12-15
The Next Deportation from Calumet (Young, Arthur): 15-15
'If Everybody Would Collect Something' (Sparks, G. S.): 16-16
Anthony and the Devil (Marvin, Gertrude): 16-16
Mr. Dreiser and the Dodo (Dell, Floyd): 17-17
'Come on Out, Honey' (Sparks, G. S.): 17-17
Heloise sans Abelard: A Modern Scholar on a Mediaeval Nun (Spingarn, Joel Elias): 17-17
Real Tragedy (Bellows, George): 18-18
Mid-Ocean (Sloan, John): 19-19
Morals Efficiency: 19-19
Two December Decisions: 19-19
'Since Dey Bu'ned Down Ou'ah Church' (Davis, Stuart): 20-20
Race Suicide Alarmist: 'Congratulations!' (Chamberlain, K. R.): 21-21
Parable (H. W.): 21-21
Progress: 21-21
Eugenics and Economics (P. H. D.): 21-21
The Mad Hatters (M. E.): 22-22
Lost Leaders (McKenna, Edmond): 22-22
Blowing Along (Barnes, Djuna): 22-22
Insurance against Agitation (Haywood, William D.): 22-22
Confiscation Large and Small (W. E. W.): 22-22
Utopia: 22-22
Back Advertisements: 23-23
Back Cover Image: 'T'row Lincoln off de cent!' (Coleman, Glenn): 24-24
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