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1911 — 1917
Vol. 5, No. 6
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1914-03-01 24 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image (Walts, Frank): 1-1
Contributing Editors: 2-2
Front Advertisements: 2-3
At Wheatland: Waiting for the Charge (Young, Arthur): 4-4
Knowledge and Revolution (Eastman, Max): 5-6
Freedom and Advertising: 5-5
Seth Low as a Cossack (Young, Arthur): 6-6
Comparative Statistics in Regard to Madonnas (Sloan, John): 7-7
What Do You Know about This?: 7-7
Feminine Foible: 7-7
Confessions of a Feminist Man: 8-8
'Mamma, What's This Mean?' (Becker, Maurice): 9-9
The Majesty of the Law (Young, Arthur): 10-10
The Library Table (Glaspell, Susan): 10-10
Preserving the Peace (Macgowan, Kenneth): 10-10
The Dove of Peace (Zumwalt, Fred): 10-10
Their Only Visible Means of Support (Winter, Charles A.): 11-11
Adventure (Dell, Floyd): 12-14
The Libel Case (F. D.): 14-14
Class-Consciousness (Coleman, Glenn): 15-15
Anti-Suffrage Meeting: 'United We Stand!' (Barns, Cornelia): 16-16
Good Hunting (L. S.): 16-16
Gardens of Babylon (Benet, Laura): 16-16
The Test of Class (Z.): 16-16
Prize Press Pearl (Harris, Corra): 16-16
Income Tax Questions (Brubaker, Howard): 17-17
The Snob (Benét, William Rose): 17-17
A Morning Stroll on the Great White Way (Glintenkamp, Henry J.): 17-17
Snow Men (Becker, Maurice): 18-18
Preparing for War: 19-19
We (H. W.): 19-19
'Once for Wilson': 19-19
'Don' Be Anxious, Ma'am' (Sparks, G. S.): 19-19
Puzzle: Find the Race-Problem (Winter, Alice Beach): 20-20
Absolute Slaughter: 20-20
Journalistic Poise (E. O. J.): 20-20
Onward Christian Nations (Herford, Will): 20-20
'The Only Trouble, Sah, with the South' (Kempf, Richard): 20-20
Maud the Mutt: A Tragedy in Five Lines (Edwards, Albert): 21-21
Back Advertisements: 21-23
Back Cover Image: 'Your Wife's Better, I Hear' (Glintenkamp, H. J.): 24-24
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