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1911 — 1917
Vol. 8, No. 12
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1916-10-01 36 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image (Robinson, Boardman): 1-1
Contributing Editors: 2-2
Front Advertisements: 2-4
Some Recent Workings of the Censorship: 5-5
Contents: 5-5
The Masque of the Red Death (Robinson, Boardman): 6-6
The Tempting of Anthony: 7-7
The Parting: 8-8
Design (Davies, Arthur B.): 9-9
The Sleepers (Untermeyer, Louis): 9-9
The Sun (Eastman, Max): 9-9
Fire-Bird (Winslow, Rose): 9-9
Portrait of George Andreytchine (Becker, Maurice): 10-10
George Andreytchine: 10-10
What Happened to Pierce (Young, Arthur): 10-10
This Isn't Wilson-It's Julian Pierce (Young, Arthur): 10-10
Birth Control: 10-10
The Gold-Sprayed Voice of the People (Endicoff, Max): 10-10
Why They Hate Ford (Reed, John): 11-12
J. Algernon Montgomery-Botts (Goldberg, Elias): 12-12
T. Atkins, Who Believes That Woman's Place Is in the Home (Chamberlain, K. R.): 13-13
The Way of the Worker (Lewis, Austin): 14-14
All Europe Isn't a Battlefield: Sketches (Chamberlain, K. R.): 15-15
San Francisco and the Bomb (Field, Sara Bard): 16-16
Sir Roger Casement: Extract from a Letter ("L. B."): 16-16
Note: 16-16
Efficiency First (Brubaker, Howard): 17-17
How Congressman Bennett Serves His Constituents (Young, Arthur): 17-17
'Money and Your Life!': 17-17
Europe, 1916 (Robinson, Boardman): 18-19
Six Poems (Bryant, Louise): 20-20
Words (Aldis, Mary): 20-20
Release (Shanafelt, Clara): 20-20
Two Contentments (M. D.): 20-20
You (Rice, Frederick Garnett): 20-20
The Summons (Untermeyer, Jean Starr): 20-20
Zanesville (Untermeyer, Jean Starr): 20-20
A Portrait (Gibson, Lydia): 20-20
The Masses Review: 21-28
The German Middle Class and the War (Boudin, L. B.): 21-23
Towards Liberty. The Aim of Agitation. III (Eastman, Max): 23-25
A Chance for Freedom: 25-25
Announcement: 25-25
An International Digest. Confiscation! (W. E. W.): 26-26
An International Digest. French vs. German Pacifists (W. E. W.): 26-26
Books That Are Interesting. Who Said That Beauty Passes Like a Dream?—Book Review of 'The Book of Dance' by Arnold Genthe (Dell, Floyd): 27-27
Books That Are Interesting. The Single Tax—Book Review of 'The Single Tax Movement in the United States' by Arthur Nichols Young (Garrison, Frank W.): 27-28
Books That Are Interesting. Love and Self-Respect—Book Review of 'The Real Adventure' by Henry Ketchell Webster (F. D.): 28-28
Books That Are Interesting. Artzibashef's Publisher: 28-28
Back Advertisements: 29-35
Education. Book Review of 'The Gary Schools' by Randolph S. Bourne (Crone, Anthony): 29-32
Compromise. Book Review of 'Three Sons and a Mother' by Gilbert Cannon (F. D.): 32-34
Various Matters (Ebersoll, Paul W.): 34-34
Which Do You Agree With?: Ward & Gow vs. The Public (Ward, Artemas): 36-36
Which Do You Agree With?: Ward & Gow vs. The Public (Walsh, Frank P.): 36-36
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