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1911 — 1917
Vol. 5, No. 8
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1914-05-01 24 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image (Davis, Stuart): 1-1
Contributing Editors: 2-2
Front Advertisements: 2-2
Tanenbaum's Speech: 3-3
Cell-Mates (Untermeyer, Louis): 4-4
Knowledge and Revolution (Eastman, Max): 5-5
The Tanenbaum Crime (Eastman, Max): 6-8
Contempt of Court (Chamberlain, K. R.): 7-7
'Why Are You Beating That Poor Man?' (Turner, H. J.): 8-8
Peter Pan Obit: New York MCMXIV (McKenna, Edmond): 8-8
A Friend of Pain: 8-8
Remember San Diego! (Perkins, Jacob R.): 9-10
A University Hunger Strike (Bohn, Frank): 10-10
Walking in Darkness: 9-9
Our Aristocracy (T.): 10-10
Galsworthy's Syndicalism: 11-11
Little Thoughts on Murder: 11-11
Putting the Navy to Work: 11-11
'I Wouldn't Leave Old New York for Any Job' (Coleman, Glenn O.): 11-11
Poor, but Honest: 11-11
Prize Press Pearl: 11-11
'Unlawful Assembly' (Becker, Maurice): 12-13
'Ah Been One of Them White Slaves' (Bellows, George): 14-14
A Fortune in Fowls (Wood, Eugene): 15-16
Grief (Turner, H. J.): 16-16
'Ol' Coxey Takin' Another Army to Washington' (Becker, Maurice): 17-17
They Are All Reading—What? (Walts, Frank M.): 18-18
Leaves of Burdock (Kemp, Harry): 19-19
Arrows in the Gale: 19-19
Pity the Poor Railroads (Young, Arthur): 19-19
Railroads and Revolutions: 19-19
Unemployed (Cesare, O. E.): 20-20
Children of Kings (Gibson, Lydia): 21-21
Grey (Gibson, Lydia): 21-21
Lost Treasure (Gibson, Lydia): 21-21
Yellow (Gibson, Lydia): 21-21
Aeolian (Gibson, Lydia): 21-21
The Mother (Gibson, Lydia): 21-21
April Scent (Gibson, Lydia): 21-21
The Child Speaks (Gibson, Lydia): 21-21
Back Advertisements: 22-23
Back Cover Image: A Trip (Davis, Stuart): 24-24
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