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1911 — 1917
Vol. 9, No. 9
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1917-07-01 52 p.; 27.5 x 21.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image (Carlo): 1-1
Contributing Editors: 2-2
Front Advertisements: 2-2
Orchids and Hollyhocks. Wind-Cry (Gay, Dorothea): 3-3
Orchids and Hollyhocks. The Mother's Meeting (Rivola, Flora Shufelt): 3-3
Orchids and Hollyhocks. The Flowering (Hall, Hazel): 3-3
Orchids and Hollyhocks. Later Spring (Hall, Hazel): 3-3
Orchids and Hollyhocks. On a Workman Asleep in a Subway Train (Barnard, Seymour): 3-3
Orchids and Hollyhocks. Ravens (Howe, Herbert Crombie): 3-3
Orchids and Hollyhocks. Hills (Wenҫlaw, Ruza): 3-3
Blessed Are the Peacemakers (Bellows, George): 4-4
War and Individual Liberty: A Message (Russell, Bertrand): 5-6
A Dune Sonnet (Eastman, Max): 6-6
What Do I Know of the War? (Smith, J. Thorne): 6-6
The Unbroken March (Ganett, Louise Ayres): 6-6
1920—Still Fighting for Civilization (Chamberlain, K. R.): 7-7
The Religion of Patriotism (Eastman, Max): 8-10
After Elihu Root Gets Through with Russia (Gminska, E.): 11-11
Safe for Democracy (Brubaker, Howard): 12-12
Memoirs of Jack London (Walling, Anna Strunsky): 13-14
From a Lithograph (Bellows, George): 15-15
Central Park (Gminska, E.): 17-17
Conscription for What? (Eastman, Max): 18-18
Things They Wish They Hadn't Said: 19-19
Blood of Patriots (Reed, John): 19-19
In a Minor Key (Untermeyer, Louis): 19-19
'Roof Garden' (Barber, John): 20-20
On Not Going to War: 21-22
Our Dreyfus Case: 22-22
What Shall I Do? (Holmes, John Haynes): 22-22
Mr. Gompers Sees It Through (Reed, John): 23-23
Free Speech (Reed, John): 23-23
On the June Number (Lee, Algernon): 23-23
Are Fundamentals Jokes? (Young, Arthur): 24-24
Charlie Looking for the Enemy (Young, Arthur): 24-24
Soldiers of the Common Good (Young, Arthur): 24-24
The Myth of American Fatness (Reed, John): 25-25
'The New Freedom' (Robinson, Boardman): 26-27
Dark Eyes (Bryant, Louise): 28-28
Self-Denial among the Upper Classes (J. R.): 29-29
A Note on the American Flag: 29-29
The Ladies' Auxiliary: 29-29
We Wonder (F. D.): 29-30
The American Commonwealth: 31-31
Good News (Fuller, Dorothy): 31-31
'...then may the mother sell her child' (Stevens, Jeanne): 32-32
Billy Sunday in Heaven (Wood, Charles Erskine Scott): 33-34
Free Speech in Time of War (Weinberger, Harry): 34-35
Patriotic Profits (Young, Arthur): 35-35
The Russian Peace (Reed, John): 35-35
Revolutionary Contagion: 36-36
Elegy (Mixter, Florence K.): 36-36
What Every Officer Should Know (Zigrosser, Carl): 36-36
The Old-Fashioned Garden (Mastin, Florence Ripley): 37-37
On Giving Aid and Comfort to the Enemy (H. K. M.): 37-37
Why the Poor Should Be Patriotic: 37-37
To Our Newsstand Readers and Subscribers (Rogers, Merrill): 37-37
Waiting for Commissions (Barns, Cornelia): 38-38
Books That Are Interesting. The Book of the Month—Book Review of 'His Family' by Ernest Poole (Anderson, Francis): 39-39
Books That Are Interesting. Peace?—Book Review of 'An Inquiry into the Nature of Peace and the Terms of Its Perpetuation' by Thorstein Veblen (Dell, Floyd): 40-41
'Even anarchists have to get together' (Young, Arthur): 41-41
Books That Are Interesting. Beauty and Youth—Book Review of 'A Number of Things' by the pupils of Public School 45, The Bronx (Dell, Floyd): 42-42
Rich Patron-of-the-Arts to the Arts (Brown, E. Sheppard): 42-42
Conscripts (Becker, Maurice): 43-43
Books That Are Interesting. Love on Stilts—Book Review of 'Philosophy: An Autobiographical Fragment' by Henrie Waste (F. A.): 43-43
Back Advertisements: 44-52
Orchids and Hollyhocks. Aprille's Love Song (Hetzel, Margaret Hunt): 45-45
Orchids and Hollyhocks. Chinese Music (Fitch, Ruth): 45-45
Orchids and Hollyhocks. Dryad (Mastin, Florence Ripley): 47-47
Orchids and Hollyhocks. An East-Side Sweat-Bath (Weaver, Dan): 47-47
Orchids and Hollyhocks. Quiet (M. R.): 47-47
Orchids and Hollyhocks. Weariness (Bell, Josephine): 49-49
Orchids and Hollyhocks. Finis (True, Ruth): 49-49
Orchids and Hollyhocks. In Petrograd (Arens, Egmont Hegel): 49-49
Orchids and Hollyhocks. Mulberry Street (Day, Dorothy): 49-49
Orchids and Hollyhocks. I Am Always Trying to Find Out about Things (Herendeen, Anne): 50-50
Orchids and Hollyhocks. Conquest (Holbrook, H. W.): 50-50
Orchids and Hollyhocks. The Artist (Booth, Frederick): 50-50
Orchids and Hollyhocks. When Spring Came Up the April Hill (Slater, Mary White): 51-51
Orchids and Hollyhocks. A Good Provider (Smith, Dugdale): 51-51
Orchids and Hollyhocks. Indecision (Devine, Charles): 51-51
Orchids and Hollyhocks. Intellectual Inhibition (M. R.): 51-51
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