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1911 — 1917
Vol. 8, No. 9
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1916-07-01 36 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image: Man with Hammer: 1-1
Contributing Editors: 2-2
Front Advertisements: 2-4
What I Think of The Masses (Giovannitti, Arturo): 5-5
At Pettipas' (Bellows, George): 6-6
At the Throat of the Republic (Reed, John): 7-8
When Striking Is Treason (Becker, Maurice): 9-9
The New Education (Pearson, Ralph): 11-11
The Flight of the Innocents (Barns, Cornelia): 13-13
Political Stew (Brubaker, Howard): 13-13
Frozen: 13-13
A Talk across the Border (Steffens, Lincoln): 14-15
Speaking of Bandits (Young, Arthur): 15-15
Visits (Phillips, Jeannette): 15-15
Prize Baby: 15-15
The Boy Who Refused to Go to Church (Barnard, Seymour): 15-15
The Masses at the White House (Eastman, Max): 16-17
The Pittsburg Strike (Barton, Dante): 17-17
'I would expect you to enlist in time of war' (Chamberlain, K. R.): 17-17
The Deserter (Robinson, Boardman): 18-19
The Irish Rebellion (Larkin, Jim): 20-21
Protecting the Rights of Small Nations (Chamberlain, K. R.): 21-21
A Note on the 'Sinn Fein' (J. L.): 22-22
The British Lie (J. L.): 22-22
The Unchanging (Hoyt, Helen): 22-22
From the Tower (Bryant, Louise): 22-22
'You must be born again!' (Young, Arthur): 22-22
Shelley (G. C. M.): 23-23
Solace (Gibson, Lydia): 23-23
Geraniums (Winslow, Rosalind): 23-23
The Inscrutable Gods (Buhler, M. E.): 23-23
The Dream-Bearer (Davies, Mary Caroline): 23-23
The Romance of War: 24-24
Methodistic: 24-24
Churchly Statistics: 24-24
Rebellion (Kemp, Harry): 24-24
College (Davies, Mary Carolyn): 24-24
Sketches (Davidson, Jo): 25-25
A Peace Song of the British Soldiers: 26-26
'Ready to Go to Jail for Birth-Control' (Robinson, Boardman): 26-26
The Masses Review: 27-32
Wanted—A Hero?: 27-27
Birth-Control: 27-27
The Anthracite Argeement (West, George P.): 27-28
Imperial Democracy (H. M.): 28-28
Argyin' with Elder Walling (Wood, Eugene): 28-29
The Poet's Revolution (Bryant, Louise): 29-29
Advertisement for 'The Masses Review': 29-29
Books. Enter Sandburg—Book Review of 'Chicago Poems' by Carl Sandburg (Untermeyer, Louis): 30-30
Books. The Science of the Soul—Book Review of 'Psychology of the Unconscious' by C. G. Jung, trans. by Beatrice M. Hinkle (F. D.): 30-31
Correspondence. Relaxation in Verse (Breese, Murray G.): 31-31
Parliamentary Etiquette (Giovanitti, Arturo): 32-32
Statement of Ownership (Lyons, John): 32-32
Back Advertisements: 33-35
'At last a perfect soldier!' (Minor, Robert): 36-36
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