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1911 — 1917
Vol. 6, No. 2
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1914-11-01 24 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image. 'Mother, never let me hear you tell the children that these humans are descendants of ours' (Young, Arthur): 1-1
Contributing Editors: 2-2
Front Advertisements: 2-2
God and the Strong Ones (Widdemer, Margaret): 3-3
This War Comes Home Pretty Close to Me (Becker, Maurice): 4-4
To American Socialists (Bullard, Arthur): 5-6
The Editor had told the Artist (Young, Arthur): 6-6
From Germany: 6-6
War and Straight Thinking: 6-6
A Breath of Life (Wood, Clement): 6-6
Patriotism for Women (Barns, Cornelia): 7-7
The Secret of War (Dodge, Mabel): 8-9
Uncle Sam (to the Turkish Ambassador) (Becker, Maurice): 9-9
The War Gods (Bull, Nina): 9-9
Rib's Thanksgiving (Brown, Robert Carlton): 10-11
The Conciliator (Becker, Maurice): 11-11
Colorado Mine Owner: 'We only got fourteen of them. Better go ahead and indict a couple of hundred more for murder' (Chamberlain, K. R.): 12-13
Notes on the War (Our European Correspondent): 14-14
She Gets It Coming and Going (Davis, Stuart): 14-14
The Tribal Sense: 14-14
Spiritual Progress: 14-14
The Old Deserter (Untermeyer, Louis): 15-15
Weakness-Weakness-Weakness (Bohn, Frank): 15-17
At It Again (Young, Arthur): 16-16
Senator Scads (Chamberlain, K. R.): 17-17
'It's absolutely painless' (Coleman, Glenn O.): 18-18
The Nag-itator (F. D.): 19-19
The Twilight Sleep: 19-19
Sabbath (Barber, John): 19-19
A Significant Acquittal: 19-19
Education: 19-19
Old Glory at Calumet: A Copper-Country Ballad (Beach, Joseph Warren): 19-19
Them and Their Wives (Waddell, Elizabeth): 20-20
Church and Theatre (M. E.): 20-20
Margaret Sanger: 20-20
Soldier Wit: 20-20
Patriotism for Horses: 20-20
Death Masks (Hopkins, Gertrude Cornwell): 20-20
Jots and Tittles (Brubaker, Howard): 21-21
'No thank you. There's a lot of trouble coming, and I'll be blamed for it' (Young, Arthur): 21-21
Bananas and an Agitator (I. R.): 21-21
'The Russian Peril': 21-21
A Beginning: 21-21
Back Advertisements: 22-23
Back Cover Image. 'The Irish Seem to Have Forgotten the Home Rule Trouble' (Barns, Cornelia): 24-24
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