The Masses: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Interests of the Working People Vol. 1, No. 8

Table of Contents

  • Cover Image. The Miner (Popini, Alexander): 1-1
  • Front Advertisements: 2-2
  • Contents: 2-2
  • Editorials (Winslow, Horatio): 3-3
  • Frontispiece. The Destroyer (Winter, Charles A.): 4-4
  • The Kind of Socialism That Counts: A Little Story of Things Accomplished (Winslow, Horatio): 5-7
  • Editorial Advertisements: 7-7
  • Their Choice: How Stark, Socialist Legislator, Had to Choose (England, George Allan): 8-9
  • The New Factor in Life (Lynn, Vera): 10-10
  • The Three Wise Men (Vlag, Piet): 11-11
  • His Little Bit: About Johnson Who Didn't Get His. I (Winslow, Horatio): 12-13
  • The Second Coming (Winslow, Horatio): 13-13
  • The Color of Life. The Character Man and Florence (Burr, Jane): 14-14
  • The Color of Life. Waking (R. G.): 14-14
  • The Color of Life. Genius and the Struggle (Barry, Griffin): 14-14
  • Facts and Interpretations. Francis Adams: Socialist Poet (Julius, Emanuel): 15-15
  • Facts and Interpretations. What Is Socialism? (Kaneko, Josephine Conger): 15-15
  • State Insurance for America (F. S. B.): 15-15
  • The Open Clinic. Thinkā€”or Be Damned (Kirkpatrick, George B.): 16-16
  • The Open Clinic. Social Consciousness (Vlag, P.): 16-16
  • The Open Clinic. Dissolving Trusts (Leonard, Oscar): 16-16
  • The Open Clinic. Women Suffrage and Socialism (Kaneko, Josephine Conger): 16-16
  • The Open Clinic. Attitudes (Julius, Emanuel): 16-16
  • The Open Clinic. Brains and Ballots (Hastings, Milo): 16-16
  • Editorial Advertisement about 'The Open Clinic': 16-16
  • The Way You Look at It: 17-17
  • Back Advertisements: 18-20

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"The Masses: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Interests of the Working People Vol. 1, No. 8 " (1911). Modernist Journals Project. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:526835/

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