The Freewoman: A Weekly Humanist Review Vol. 2, No. 37

Table of Contents

  • Contents: 201-201
  • A New Aristocracy (Grierson, Francis): 201-202
  • Topics of the Week. Interest (Kitson, Arthur): 202-204
  • Topics of the Week. The Immorality of the 'Morning Post' Correspondence (Granville, Charles): 204-204
  • The New Saviours of Society (B. L.): 204-206
  • On the Utility of Art. II (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 206-208
  • Repertory and a New Morality (Rodker, J.): 208-208
  • The New Sense of Sin (Swan, F. R.): 209-210
  • Women as Sexualists (Smith, Grace Carter): 210-211
  • The Life History of Mary Smith, M.A.. I-III (Hamilton, Helen): 211-212
  • Correspondence. Note to Correspondents (Ed. of "The Freewoman"): 213-213
  • Correspondence. Spinsters and Art (West, Rebecca): 213-213
  • Correspondence. Ideas or No Ideas and Cheap Women (Willcocks, M. P.): 213-214
  • Correspondence. Mr. C. H. Norman and Mr. McKenna (Gawthorpe, Mary): 214-215
  • Correspondence. Mr. Norman's Reply (Norman, C. H.): 215-215
  • Correspondence. The New Working Women's College (Adams, Bridges): 215-215
  • Correspondence. A Reply to Mr. Price (Rosmer, John): 215-216
  • Correspondence. Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding (Norman, C. H.): 216-216
  • Correspondence. Virility in Women (Herrin, Edwin): 216-216
  • Correspondence. The Editor of Interest (Fysher, Greevz): 216-217
  • Correspondence. A Few Straight Questions to the Eugenics Society (Browne, F. W. Stella): 217-218
  • Correspondence. The Seats of Authority (Gallichan, C. G.): 218-218
  • Correspondence. Contracts (Hadley, Helena): 218-218
  • Correspondence. Child Marriages (Oliver, Kathlyn): 219-219
  • Correspondence. English Prudery (P. T. T.): 219-219
  • Correspondence. In Response to Inquiries (Ed. of "The Freewoman"): 219-219
  • Advertisements: 214-214


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