The New Age Volume 3, Number 1

Table of Contents

  • Notes of the Week: 1-3
  • The Last of the Liberals: 4-4
  • Revolution or Evolution: 5-5
  • The I. L. P. and the S. D. P. (Taylor, G. R. S.): 6-6
  • Good Breeding or Eugenics (Eder, M. D. ): 7-7
  • The Three Issues (Belloc, Hilaire): 8-10
  • advertisements: 9-9
  • May Day (Radford, Ernest): 10-10
  • Magical Wildernesses (Guest, L. Haden.): 11-11
  • The Second English Revolution (Jackson, Holbrook.): 12-13
  • Books and Persons (Tonson, Jacob): 13-13
  • Book of the Week. Review of 'The Real India' by J. D. Rees: 14-15
  • Reviews. Review of 'The Ballad of a Great City and Other Poems' by David Lowe: 15-15
  • Reviews. Review of 'Woman: Her Position Today' by Constance Smedley: 15-15
  • Reviews. Review of 'Liberal and Mystical Writings of William Law': 15-15
  • Recent Pamphlets: 16-17
  • Drama. 'Measure for Measure' (Fletcher, George.): 17-17
  • Music. Notes of Recent Music (Hughes, Herbert): 18-19
  • Correspondence. Henry Beyle and Englishmen (Hiller, Harold): 19-19
  • Corresondence. A Medical Socialist Society (Eder, M. D.): 19-19
  • Correspondence. Mr. Wells and Manchester (Boyd, Matthew F.): 19-19
  • Correspondence. Mr. Wells and Manchester (Herbert, Sydney): 19-19
  • advertisements: 13-20


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