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1911 — 1917
Vol. 8, No. 3
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1916-01-01 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
The Past and the Futurist (Sloan, John): 4-4
The Religion of Germany (Bohn, Frank): 5-6
The Red Cross Lie (E. McK.): 6-6
Press Pearl: 6-6
'Consider the Lilies' (Johnson, Ernestine): 6-6
Adam and Eve: Her First Mistake (Sloan, John): 7-7
Little Submarines (Brubaker, Howard): 7-7
God and the Military: 7-7
'Business as Usual' (Young, Arthur): 8-8
The Industrial Committee: 8-8
The Neutral (Kemp, Harry): 8-8
Joe (Glaspell, Susan): 9-9
Protection: 9-9
'The Inwardness of Events' (W. E. W.): 9-9
Drawing (Bellows, George): 9-9
Millions for 'Defence' (Young, Arthur): 10-10
Margins: Book Review of 'Schools of Tomorrow' by John and Evelyn Dewey, 'Violette of Père Lachaise' by Anna Strunsky Walling, 'The Contemplative Quarry' by Anna Wickham, and 'William James and Henri Bergson' by Horace M. Kallen (Eastman, Max): 11-11
Noon (Barber, John): 11-11
'You buy these guns...' (Becker, Maurice): 12-13
A Ballad ("Williams"): 13-13
Burlesquerie (Dell, Floyd): 14-15
Illustration for Burlesquerie (Davis, Stuart): 14-14
Three Illustrations for Burlesquerie (Glintenkamp, H. J.): 15-15
Snapshot (DeFord, Miriam Allen): 15-15
The Nature of Woman (F. D.): 16-16
A German Press Pearl (Fendrich, Anton): 16-16
High-Tide (Untermeyer, Jean Starr): 16-16
The One Wish (Untermeyer, Jean Starr): 16-16
A Teacher (Untermeyer, Jean Starr): 16-16
A New Woman? (Weil, Dorothy): 17-18
'Waiter, have you forgotten me?' (Young, Arthur): 18-18
From Germany—Real News (Powers, L. M.): 18-18
Some Masses Artists Seeking Inspiration (Davis, Stuart): 19-19
'The White Brute' (Ovington, Mary White): 20-20
Anti-Suffrage Papers Please Copy (Goldman, Emma): 20-20
Two Points of View. Letter One (Paul, H. M.): 20-20
Two Points of View. Letter Two (Cadoganetz, Anna): 20-20
Back Advertisements: 20-23
Revolution (Benét, William Rose): 24-24
Back Cover Image (Higgins, E.): 24-24
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