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1911 — 1917
Vol. 9, No. 3
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1917-01-01 44 p.; 27.5 x 21.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image (Walts, Frank): 1-1
Contributing Editors: 2-2
Front Advertisements: 2-3
Curse and Be Merry (Smith, J. Thorne): 3-3
To a Girl on a Magazine Cover (Barnard, Seymour): 3-3
A Drawing (Young, Mahonri): 4-4
'Till Death—' (Hull, Helen R.): 5-6
A House with Green Blinds (Brastow, Virginia): 6-6
Whiskey vs. Munitions Manufacturers (Young, Arthur): 7-7
The Late Unpleasantness (Brubaker, Howard): 7-7
Portrait of a Patriot (Untermeyer, Louis): 8-8
'He Loved Her So' (Dodd, J. Stephen): 8-8
The Minnesota Trials (Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley): 8-8
'NOW Will You Enlist?' (Becker, Maurice): 9-9
Lucky Sweasy! (Lewis, Austin): 10-12
A New Reading of an Old Parable (Young, Arthur): 11-11
Heavenly Discourse (Wood, C. E. S.): 12-12
'Your Man Called to the Front, Mrs. 'Awkins?' (Chamberlain, K. R.): 13-13
The Re-Election of Wilson (Bohn, Frank): 15-16
Successful Law-Breaking (Ashley, Jessie): 16-17
'This Hughes has got a judicial temperament—' (Smith, H. S.): 17-17
What the Election Means (Pinchot, Amos): 18-20
'They Aint Our Equals Yet!' (Becker, Maurice): 19-19
Aid and Comfort (Wood, Eugene): 20-20
Morning-After Thought (Apotheker, Nan): 20-20
Revolutionary Progress. The Betrayal (M. E.): 21-21
Revolutionary Progress. Kinds of War (M. E.): 21-21
Revolutionary Progress. Anyone Feeling the Need of Light (H. B.): 21-21
Revolutionary Progress. In a Free Country (Dherbecourt): 21-21
'Our Lord Jesus Christ does not stand for peace at any price...' (Robinson, Boardman): 22-23
Revolutionary Progress. Military Praying: 24-24
Revolutionary Progress. Back to the Dark Ages? (F. D.): 24-24
Revolutionary Progress. Socialists for Wilson (Walling, William English): 24-24
Revolutionary Progress. An American Type (H. M.): 25-25
Revolutionary Progress. American Law (H. M.): 25-25
Revolutionary Progress. A National Counsel (H. M.): 25-25
Revolutionary Progress. Street Car Strikes: 26-26
Improbable Epitaphs (Russell, Phillips): 26-26
Silence (Wood, Clement): 27-28
Shells (Bull, Nina): 28-28
Non-Combatants (Nivison, Jo): 28-28
By a Stream (Gibson, Lydia): 28-28
The Swimmer's Song (Gibson, Lydia): 28-28
Books That Are Interesting. Anatole France (F. D.): 29-29
Books That Are Interesting. The Lady with the Lamp—Book Review of 'The Backwash of War' by Ellen La Motte (Fuller, W. G.): 29-30
Books That Are Interesting. The Book of the Month—A Second Book Review of 'The Backwash of War' by Ellen La Motte (F. D.): 30-30
Books That Are Interesting. Mr. Beresford and the Hero—Book Review of 'These Riese Lynnekers' by J. D. Beresford: 31-31
Is Seeing Believing, and Other Questions (Wood, Charles W.): 32-33
Back Advertisements: 34-44
Pater Wilde and Harris (Lemon, Courtenay): 35-35
Quote from 'Here Are Ladies' (Stephens, James): 35-35
Quote from 'The Napoleon of Notting Hill' (Chesterton, G. K.): 35-35
A Vision That Should Make Us Less Forlorn (Wolgethan, Herman): 37-37
The Right Kind of Peace: Quote from 'Towards a Lasting Settlement' (Brailsford, H. N.): 37-37
Quote: "Going off in a serene huff...' (Wells, H. G.): 37-37
Quote: 'Industrious Races' (Nietzsche): 37-37
Restitution (Twitchell, Anna Spencer): 39-39
Reflections of a Strong Man (Sinclair, Upton): 39-39
The Birth Control Review: 39-39
A Happy Little Scheme (Jones, Ellis O.): 40-41
Anonymous (One Who Has the Good of All at Heart): 41-41
Silent upon a Peak in Darien (Van Noy, Vernie): 41-41
How Strange: 42-42
Well! Well! (Fawcett, James Waldo): 42-42
Sick African (Williams, W. C.): 42-42
Chinese Nightingale (Williams, W. C.): 42-42
Contacts (Smith, Harry): 42-42
Lost Music (Bryant, Louise): 43-43
The Illusion. Quote from "Democracy and Education' (Dewey, John): 43-43
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