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1911 — 1917
Vol. 6, No. 5
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1915-02-01 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
Towards Liberty (Young, Arthur): 4-4
A Daughter of the Revolution (Reed, John): 5-8
Prometheus (Kauffman, Reginald Wright): 6-6
The Bachelor Girl (Sloan, John): 7-7
To a Soap-Box Orator (Kirchwey, Freda): 8-8
Recruiting Officer (Chamberlain, K. R.): 9-9
'Utopia or Hell': 9-9
And Frank Tanenbaum? (C. M.): 9-9
You Turned (Brown, Robert Carlton): 9-9
To an Old Man (Rethy, Joseph Bernard): 10-10
Reminiscences (Davies, Mary Carolyn): 10-10
Sisters of the Cross of Shame (Burnet, F. Dana): 10-10
Top o' the Pot (Waddell, Elizabeth): 10-10
Buttons (Sandburg, Carl): 10-10
To the Suicides (McKenna, Edmond): 10-10
Venus and Mars (Wood, Charles Erskine Scott): 10-10
Vested Rights in Charity (Morton, Chris): 11-11
The New Calvary (Higgins, Eugene): 12-13
Knowledge and Revolution (Eastman, Max): 14-14
'Even Thought, that fire nor iron can affright' (Winter, Charles A.): 15-15
At the Newark Library (Davis, Stuart): 16-16
The Tail of the World (Amid, John): 16-16
The First Few Books. Book Reviews (Dell, Floyd): 17-17
'Would You Go to the War' (Glintenkamp, H. T.): 18-18
Rupert Hughes and the Constabulary (M. E.): 19-20
'Those Fellows Are Anarchists' (Young, Arthur): 19-19
The Peculiar Virtues of a Constabulary (I. R.): 20-20
Portrait of a Supreme Court Judge (Untermeyer, Louis): 20-20
What Is a Nickel at Night (Brown, Robert Carlton): 20-20
'This Ain't War, It's Murder!' (Davis, Stuart): 20-20
Back Advertisements: 21-23
Back Cover Image: Competition (Coleman, Glenn): 24-24
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