The Masses: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Interests of the Working People Vol. 1, No. 6

Table of Contents

  • Contents: 2-2
  • Editorial Advertisements: 2-2
  • Front Advertisements: 2-2
  • Editorials: Good Taste and Socialism (Winslow, Horatio): 3-3
  • Frontispiece: Eugene V. Debs—Railroad Worker and Socialist Agitator: 4-4
  • The Third Leg of the Stool: About Something That Concerns Most Everybody (Wood, Eugene): 5-6
  • Do You Like Your Work?: 6-6
  • Iolanthe's Wedding. V (Sudermann, Hermann): 7-8
  • The Boy Scout Movement: Seen by a Workingman: A Little Study of Working Class Psychology: 8-8
  • Revolutionary Mexico. Tomorrow in Mexico. IV (De Fornaro, Carlo): 9-9
  • The Fall from Eden: A Boy Story with a Problem (Williams, George): 10-11
  • Waking the Tiger. The Perfect Product. III (England, George Allan): 12-13
  • A Temple of Justice: A Story of the Workings of a Big City Court (Pentecost, Hugh O.): 14-15
  • The Arbiter of Destinies (Hood, Marjorie): 15-15
  • 'Some Things': 16-16
  • Cartoon. The Peace of Nations (Becker, M.): 16-16
  • The Ferry People (Winslow, Horatio): 16-16
  • The Way You Look at It: 17-17
  • Cartoon. Which? (Young, Arthur): 17-17
  • Back Advertisements: 18-20
  • Editorial Advertisement: The Socialist Boy Scouts: 20-20

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"The Masses: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Interests of the Working People Vol. 1, No. 6 " (1911). Modernist Journals Project. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:526775/

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