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1911 — 1917
Vol. 5, No. 7
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1914-04-01 24 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image: Shall We Have a State Constabulary in New York? (Sloan, John): 1-1
Contributing Editors: 2-2
Front Advertisements: 2-2
The A. P. and the Masses Editors (Young, Arthur): 3-3
'What a Peach of a Day!' (Robinson, Boardman): 4-4
Knowledge and Revolution (Eastman, Max): 5-6
'We've Busted This Umbrella' (Bellows, George): 7-7
Mac—American (Reed, John): 8-9
Let Us Be Logical: 9-9
The Real Issue: 9-9
A Social Revolution in England: 9-9
Factory Lay-off and Hire (Young, Arthur): 9-9
Marital Privilege (Hall, Bolton): 9-9
A New Journal (M. E.): 9-9
Unjust Criticism: 9-9
Foreign Trouble-Makers: 9-9
The Church and the Unemployed: 10-11
Prize Press Pearl: 11-11
Poor Girl (Benét, William Rose): 11-11
Another Poem (McKenna, Edmond): 11-11
At Meunier's Sculptures of Labor (Greig, Elizabeth): 11-11
Calling the Christian Bluff (Sloan, John): 12-13
Was It Something Like This? (Alsberg, H. G.): 14-14
Comrade Jesus (Cleghorn, Sarah N.): 14-14
Keeping Up with the Calendar (Coleman, Glenn O.): 15-15
Carl Browne, the Labor Knight (Young, Arthur): 16-16
The Kanawha Striker (A Paint Creek Miner): 17-17
Illustration for 'The Kanawha Striker' (Winter, Charles A.): 17-17
The Associated Press: 18-19
'In the Spring a Young Man's Fancy—' (Bellows, George): 19-19
Sold Out: 19-19
The Mexican Revolution (Gutierrez de Lara, L.): 20-20
High Class Treason: 20-20
Do Your Prevaricating Early: 20-20
Six-Cylinder Humor: 20-20
Restoring the Peon to the Land: (As Huerta Does It) (Davis, Stuart): 21-21
Back Advertisements: 22-23
Back Cover Image: 'Did You Find It'? (Davis, Stuart): 24-24
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