The Second International

Justice
Index of Articles, 28 September 1907 – 11 February 1911


Starting on 28 September 1907 and running until 11 February 1911 each issue of Justice has an list of contents within it on page 2. This has been reproduced here in a convenient searchable form in the same order and form in which it appears in the paper. From the 25th September 1909 many of the short regular items on page 2 that are listed in previous issue do not appear in the table of contents. However they are still in the paper on that page. Before 28.9.1907 and after 11.2.1911 there is no such list of contents. There is a letter in Justice 31.10.1896, p.8, by one Walter A. Brook about an index he is preparing of the paper which is being kept at Bow Branch. He will also doing an index of Commonweal. Did either survive the Blitz or his heirs?

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28 SEPTEMBER, 1907

LEADING ARTICLE:
Muscovite-Liberal Methods in India: John Morley’s Confiscation of “Justice” (H.M. Hyndman)6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Craftsman and Unemployment (R.C. Morrison)6
German Party Conference at Essen (J.B. Askew)7
The Political Situation (Richard Dewis)7
China for Socialism – II. (E.J. Lamel)3
Triflings (“Trifler”)3
Economic Basis Stories (Edward Hartley)9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Confiscated! – A Socialist Fight – Reaction Triumphs at the Board of Education – Brains and Drains – The Church and Socialism – Labour and Capital – The Emigration Fraud – An Urgent Appeal1
Industrial World2
S.D.F. Notes2
London Notes2
Week’s Summary2
Legal Matters2
Hyndman Election Fund2
Items of Interest3
Topical Tattle4
Notes from Abroad4
A Woman’s Point of View5
Dealing with the Unemployed5
Appeal from Antwerp6
New Leaves and Books Received8
The Movement8
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Kaiser’s Visit, Workers’ Educational Association, Social-Democracy and Trade Unions, General Strike, L.C.C. Tramworkers, etc.9
An Appeal12

5 OCTOBER, 1907

LEADING ARTICLE:
Social-Democracy, Hervéism, and Militarism6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Exposure of a New Plot against Trade Unionism3
Will Thorne, M.P. – 50, Not Out5
A Rift in the Lute. By J. Hunter Watts6
Soleiland and the Death Penalty. By E.B.B.6
Who are the Disruptionists?7
A Golden Wedding Day. Verses by A.W. Arnold7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Keir Hardie to the Aid of India and Justice – France and Morocco – The Red Postmaster – The Workers’ Education Association – Not a Socialist Defeat – Magistrates Encouraging Disorder 1
Industrial World2
Demonstrations at Bristol2
S.D.F. Notes2
London Notes2
Week’s Summary2
Legal Matters2
Hyndman Election Fund2
Items of Interest3
Topical Tattle4
Notes from Abroad4
Books Received4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
Triflings5
Scottish District Council5
The Press and the Russian Treaty7
The Movement8
Socialism in Haggerston8
Adventures in Cumberland8
L.C.C. Tramwaymen8
Socialist Sunday Schools9
To the Workers of France and Spain9
A Word from Vancouver9
CORRESPONDENCE: – A Protest (E. Belfort Bax), Workers’ Education Association (Albert Mansbridge and others), The General Strike (Fred Knee), The Massacres in Morocco (A. Fabra Ribas), Woman’s Sphere, Socialism in Garden City, etc.9

12 OCTOBER, 1907

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Ruin of India Again – And Again, By H.M. Hyndman6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Exposure of a New Plot against Trade Unionism – (continued)3-4
“Action” Song of the – Suffragettes. By Eliana Twynam5
Julius Motteler. By J.B. Askew6
“Out-of-Work”: The Statuette. By T. Quelch8
L.C.C. Notes8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Kaiser as our Guest – Karl Liebknecht Prosecuted for High Treason – Success to Hungarian Workers! – A Hyndman Election Fund – Scientific Socialism and Socialist Propaganda – An Economic Ignoramus on Marx – Liberal Press Falsehoods1
The Industrial World2
Legal Matters2
S.D.F. Notes2
The Week’s Summary2
More British Blacklegging2
Books Received2
S.D.F. Municipal Candidates2
Items of Interest3
Topical Tattle4
We are Discovered!4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
In Memory of William Morris5
Obituary5
Scottish Notes. By J.B. McNab5
The Confiscation of “Justice” – letter from the India Office4
Notes from Abroad7
The Electoral Manifesto of the Jewish Bund7
London Notes8
Salford Municipal Election8
The Movement8
CORRESPONDENCE: – Woman’s Sphere (Herbert Burrows); How Kirkdale was Lost (Rees Davies); The Workers’ Education Association (W.H. Humphreys and J. Henighar); The “Appeal to Reason” in Danger (Gaylord Wilshire); Social-Democracy and the Labour Party; To English-Speaking Socialists; The English Abroad; Garden City, a Reply; etc.9
Socialist Sunday Schools9

19 OCTOBER, 1907

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Campaign against Socialism6
“Christian Socialism” By Th. Rothstein6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Exposure of a New Plot against Trade Unionism, – (Conclusion), By Fred Knee3
The Russian Bear and the Indian Bugbear By C.L. Everard5
Random Notes from a Propagandist’s Diary By Frank H. Edwards7
Quite Enough. Verses by G.W.S.7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Hague Humbug – The Condemnation of Karl Liebknecht – The Railway Dispute – Miners on the Move – A Warning to Workmen – Socialism and Art – A Homestead Act – More Misrepresentation – An Absurd Claim1
The Industrial World2
S.D.F. Notes2
Legal Matters2
Books Received2
L.C.C. Notes2
S.D.F. Municipal Candidates2
The Week’s Summary2
Items of Interest3
Women’s Central Circle3
“Our” Railway3
Scottish District Council3
Scottish Notes – The National Conference on Sweated Industries By J.B. McNab4
Notes from Abroad By J. B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
The Unemployed question5
Which Way Blows the Wind?5
Competition: A Parable7
London Notes8
Hyndman Election Fund8
The Movement8
Triflings: By a Trifler8
CORRESPONDENCE: – H.G. Wells and our Enemies (H.G. Wells); The Workers’ Education Association (John Scurr); An Inquiry (F. Dallas, Askew); The General Strike (Wm. Johnston); “Woman’s Sphere” (A Yorkshire Woman), etc.9
Socialist Sunday-Schools9

26 OCTOBER, 1907

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Radical and Radical-Socialist Party. By A.S. Headingley6
The Fight Against Socialism: A Call to Arms. By E.E. Hunter6
CARTOON: Under the Jolly Roger. By W.J. Reeves7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Railway Incubus and the Economic Spur. By G.L. Everard3
Faute de Mieux By A Trifler3
The “Daily News” and the Plutocracy By J.B. Askew5
Unemployment Among Women; The Guildhall Conference By Dora B. Montefiore5
The Jewish Proletariat in Russia: Ten Years of the Bund. By K. Boris5
O, Thank the Lord! Verses by G.W.S.6
Campaign Notes7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Liberals Alarmed – Haldane on Marx – A Discordant Note – The Class War – Grey and his Egyptian Victims – The Railway Dispute1
The Industrial World2
Hyndman Election Fund2
The Week’s Summary2
L.C.C. Notes2
S.D.F. Municipal Candidates2
Items of Interest3
The Unemployed Question (at Hackney)3
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme4
Plymouth “Sound” (Illustrated)4
The Movement8
The New Territorial Army8
Scottish District/Council8
Fifeshire District Council8
Glasgow District Council8
CORRESPONDENCE: – Workers’ Education Association (Will Thorne); A Criticism (F. Dallas Askew); Bad Grammar and Errors J.B. McNab); “One and All” (E.W. Spackman); “Christian Socialism,” etc.9
New Leaves and Books Received9
The Study of Economics at Ashton-under-Lyne9
London Notes9

2 NOVEMBER, 1907

LEADING ARTICLE:
“Noscitur a Sociis!” Shall Londoners Welcome the Kaiser as their Guest? By H.M. Hyndman 6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
“The Historical Basis of Socialism”: H.M. Hyndman’s Lecture3
The Holy Estate of Matrimony3
The Jewish Proletariat in Russia: Ten Years of the Bund. By K. Boris. (Concluded.)5
The Territorial Forces Act A Final Word. By Robert Edmondson6
“The Morning Star” New Song by J. Connell6
Liberal Limitations By Dora B. Montefiore8
The Midland Railway Companies’ Manifesto to their Wages Staff: A Reply By A Midland Railway Wage-Slave8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The New Socialism – Divided Counsels – Whole-Hoggers – Foredoomed to Defeat – Mr. Fox and the Grapes – Victims of Capitalism1
The Industrial World2
Hyndman Election Fund2
The Week’s Summary2
L.C.C. Notes2
S.D.F. Notes2
Books Received2
Items of Interest3
Topical Tattle By Tattler4
Russianising India4
The Unemployed Question (Southwark)4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
Faute de Mieux By a Trifler6
For One of the Old Guard6
The Fight against Socialism: Campaign Notes. By Ernest E. Hunter7
Notes from Abroad. By J. B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7
The Movement8-9
London Notes9
Socialist Sunday-Schools9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Anti-Socialist Misrepresentation (H.G. Wells); Woman’s Sphere (Herbert Burrows); A Comparison (F. Dallas Askew); Christian Socialism; A Request from W. Gee; Non-Judicial Birchings, etc.9

9 NOVEMBER, 1907

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Socialist Rout6
The German Scandals and the “Anti-Socialist” Agitation. By Stanhope of Chester6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Devil rebuketh Sin. By C.L. Everard4
“An Inquiry into Socialism” (Kirkup). By Jacques Bonhomme4
Theoretic Socialism: H.M. Hyndman’s Lecture on “Value” 5
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Crisis in the United States – Preparing the Crash in India – The British Bismarck on the War Path – Socialism and Sweating – A Poser for Anti-Socialists1
The Industrial World2
The Railway Crisis2
S.D.F. Notes2
L.C.C. Notes2
London Notes2
The Week’s Summary2
Legal Matters2
Hyndman Election Fund2
Items of Interest3
The Municipal Elections: Our Gains and Losses3
Socialist Women’s Bureau3
New Leaves4
Books Received4
The Unemployed Question (West Ham)4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
Obituary1
The Fight against Socialism: Campaign Notes. By E.E. Hunter6
Notes from Abroad, By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7
Which Way Blows the Wind?7
Lyttelton Methods of Controversy (H.M. Hyndman)7
The Movement8
Socialist Demonstrations8
The Condition of India8
CORRESPONDENCE: – Socialism in Australia (Victor E. Kroemer); Workers’ Education Association (J. Henighan); “Mr. Fox and the Grapes” (G.W.R. Driver); To help the Railwaymen (A.K. Braley); Socialism Only; Socialism and Friendly Societies, etc.9

16 NOVEMBER, 1907

LEADING ARTICLE:
Welshed!6
The Third Duma: A Retrospect and a Prospect. By Th. Rothstein6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Public versus Private Ownership2
Theoretic Socialism: H.M. Hyndman on “Surplus Value"3
Humours of Electioneering. By Ernest Marklew4
A Socialist Daily. By Henri Polak5
The Position in New Zealand. By W.A. Griffiths9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE:—An Antiquated. Anti-Socialist – The Holy Estate of Matrimony – Persian Patriotism – Suspicious Patronage – Wanted: A Balance-Sheet – The Unemployed1
The Industrial World2
L.C.C. Notes2
S.D.F. Notes2
Hyndman Election Fund2
The Week’s Summary2
Anti-Kaiser Demonstration by the Unemployed2
Legal Matters2
Items of Interest3
London Organisation Conference3
Civil Servants and Socialism4
Which Way Blows the Wind?4
Faute de Mieux, by A Trifler4
More Municipal Election Results4
Scottish Notes5
New Leaves5
Books Received5
The Fight against Socialism: Campaign Notes. By E.E. Hunter7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7
Fight for Free Speech8
The Movement8
Some Opinions on the Railway “Settlement"8
A Begging Earl8
CORRESPONDENCE – Socialist Methods (H.W. Hobart); “Mr. Fox and the Grapes” (C. Loxton); Repudiation of the National Debt (A.C Bennington); Socialism and Temperance (H. Thackray); Socialism and Friendly Societies (Herbert White); One and All Assurance Association (E.S.R. Smith), &c.9
Tracking Asquith to his Lair9
Socialist Sunday-Schools9

23 NOVEMBER, 1907

LEADING ARTICLE:
The International Financial and Industrial Crisis6
CARTOON: “Edward is Peace” (from “Wahre Jacob”)7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Theoretic Socialism; “The Circulation of Commodities” With letter by H.M. Hyndman3
Sold Again! By Jas. Burnett and “A Midland Railway Company’s Wage Slave"4
Anti-Dynastic Feeling in China. By a Chinese Student5
An Appreciation Verses by G.W.S.5
The Gentle Art of Loafing. By C.L. Everard8
The Anti-Asiatic Agitation in South Africa By Henry Norrie9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – On. our Knees to the Kaiser – An Angel of Peace – Unionism, Protection, and Class Combination – The Fraudulent Liberals Again – Starving Mind as well as Body – More of Continuation Schools – A Moon of his Own1
The Industrial World2
S.D.F. Notes2
L.C.C. Notes2
The Week’s Summary2
Legal Matters2
Canon Barnett on “Poverty"2
Books Received2
Civil Service Socialist League and Tariff Reform2
Items of Interest3
Topical Tattle By Tattler4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
The Fight against Socialism: Mr. Balfour on the Warpath. By E.E. Hunter6
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7
Fight for Free Speech7
The Unemployed Question8
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Brutal Police (R.N. Andrews); “Yorkshire for Social-Democracy” (Sydney V. Oxley); Socialism and the Army (P.H. Myddleton); Repudiation of the National Debt (F.S. Rice and M. Beer)8
The Movement9

30 NOVEMBER, 1907

LEADING ARTICLE:
Socialism and the Suffrage6
CARTOON: Diabolo, or the Ancient Political Game of “Whirling the Worker” (W.J. Reeves)7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Reason Why. Verses by C.L. Everard2
Theoretic Socialism: H.M. Hyndman on “Industrial Crises"3
Prodigal Indecency. By Guy Bowman4
The Fight against Socialism: Campaign Notes. By E.E. Hunter6
The Political System of Social-Democracy. By P.J. Troelstra8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Satisfactory to Everybody – Liberalism and Licensing – A Foolish Proposal – Student Hooligans and Unemployed Demonstrators – Medical Inspection of School Children – The Development of Capitalism in the Far East 1
The Industrial World2
Scottish District Council 2
London Notes2
The Fight for Free Speech2
The Week’s Summary2
Legal Matters2
Carlisle Municipal Bye-Election2
Information Bureau2
Hyndman Election Fund2
Books Received2
Items of Interest3
Faute de Mieux, By A Trifler3
The Unemployed Question3
Which Way Blows the Wind?3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Compulsory Military Training4
The Snowden-Bull Debate4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
The Movement5
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7
The Emigration Swindle: Experiences of a Victim9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Temperance and Socialism (J. McIver); Southport Municipal Politics (G.A. Newman); A National Socialist Demonstration (J. Butchart9
An Indian on India 9
The Railway Settlement 9
Socialist Sunday Schools9

7 DECEMBER, 1907

LEADING ARTICLE:
Repression and Ruin in India. By H.M. Hyndman3
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Theoretic Socialism: H.M. Hyndman on “Rent"3
“Waste.” By A.B.3
An Anti-Socialist Menu. By C.L. Everard4
Necessitous School Children: H.M. Hyndman on Underfed Children5
The Provision of Meals at Bradford5
The Fight against Socialism: Bond or Free Love? By E.E. Hunter6
“A Grateful Country’s Reward” By Robert Edmondson7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – King Theodore I.: His Royal Speech from the Throne – Frank Social-Democratic Criticism – The Labour Party and Socialism – Work for the Unemployed – Morocco – A Mischievous Movement 1
The Industrial World2
S.D.F. Notes2
The Week’s Summary2
Hyndman Election Fund2
Presentation to Will Thorne, M.P., and J.E. Williams2
Legal Matters2
Women’s Suffrage Debate2
Items of Interest3
Scottish Notes4
A Question for the I.L.P.4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
Dr. Macnamara and Socialism7
Notes from Abroad.. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7-8
The Movement8
London Notes9
New Leaves and Books Received9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Capitalist Solidarity (J. Maclean); Fabian “Socialism” (E.W. Marsh); Dr. John Hunter and Socialism (Alfred Russell); Re Hilly Fields (Ambrose King’s-Lynne); etc.9-10
Campaign against Child Labour10
Which Way Blows, the Wind?10
The Flag we Love. By A.H. Stokes10
The Fight for Free Speech10

14 DECEMBER, 1907

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Labour Party and Social-Democracy6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Theoretic Socialism: H.M. Hyndman on “Interest and Profit"3
Song of the Slum Dweller. Verses by C.L. Everard3
Exposing an Exposure. By H.W. Hobart4
Indian Impressions, by Walter Crane6
S.D.F. Manifesto on the Question of Universal Adult Suffrage7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Horrors of the Free Trade Fraud – The India Office Champion in Germany – Victor Grayson – Towards Conscription – “Educational Waste” – A Counter Proposal1
The Industrial World2
“Anarchism and Socialism"2
The Thorne-Williams Presentation2
L.C.C. Notes2
Legal Matters2
Flogging in India2
“Dear” Charity2
Items of Interest3
Faute de Mieux. By A Trifle3
The Movement4
The Fight against Socialism: Socialism and Patriotism. By E.E. Hunter5
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill 5
“Justice” Van6
Cost of Children under the Poor Law7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme8
The Battersea Unemployed8
Humorous Election Literature8
Scottish District Council8
CORRESPONDENCE: – Not “Corrected” (H.M. Hyndman); The “Great Contradiction” of Marx (J. Maclean); Socialism and the Army (F. Fielding); Socialism at Garden City (Geo. Bates)9
The “Socialist Annual.” By Th. Rothstein9
London Notes9
The Growth of Modern Music10
Books Received10

21 DECEMBER, 1907

LEADING ARTICLE:
“A Happy Christmas!” By Dora B. Montefiore6
Bishops and Barmaids6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Theoretic Socialism: H.M. Hyndman on “Marx’s Assumed Contradiction of Himself, and on Revisionist Criticisms,” with letter by H.M. Hyndman3
Bond or Free Love? By E. Belfort Bax4
Exposing an Exposure. By H.W. Hobart (continued)5
The Movement at the Cape. By Wilson Wilson6
A Christmas Dream. By Ernest Markiew8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Money Wanted! – The Condemnation of the Social-Democratic Deputies in the Second Duma and the Arrest of Tchaikovsky – Jingoism on the Pacific Ocean – Gilding a Second-Rate Litterateur – Lansbury and Unemployment – The Unemployed of Great Britain as Frozen Carcases in Canada 1
The Industrial World2
L.C.C. Notes2
S.D.F. Notes2
Hyndman Election Fund2
National Campaign Fund2
Legal Matters2
Obituary2
Items of Interest3
Topical Tattle. By “Tattler"4
Books Received4
“In the Enemy’s Camp” By R.C. Morrison5
London Notes5
The Eight against Socialism: A Reply to Arnold-Forster. By E.E. Hunter7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7-8
Scottish Notes. By J.B. McNab9
Ruskin College, Oxford9
The Movement9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Mr. J.R. MacDonald and Child Labour9
The Bigland-Quelch Debate10

28 DECEMBER, 1907

LEADING ARTICLE:
A Happy New Year! by A.A. Watts6
A Labour Party and a Liberal Alliance6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Theoretic Socialism: H.M. Hyndman on the “Final Futility of Final Utility,” and on the Reconstruction of Society3
Exposing an Exposure. By H.W. Hobart (Conclusion)4
The Fight against Socialism: The Last Word By Ernest E. Hunter5
A Christmas Carol. Verses by C.L. Everard6
“Lansbury and Unemployment” (George Lansbury)7
The Feeding of School Children in London: Declaration by the Social-Democratic Party8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Damn their Charity! – You May: or you May not – A Lost Movement – Controversial Bob Acres – Not Alluring for an Idler – Votes for “Ladies"1
The Industrial World2
National Campaign Fund2
The Belfast Butchery2
Scottish District Council by J.B. McNab9
London Notes2
The Medical Inspection of School Children2
H.M. Hyndman Election Fund2
Items of Interest3
The Old Age Pensions “Demonstration"3
A Voice in the Wilderness of Bumbledom. By Robert R. Dickinson3
The Shee-Shaw Debate4
New Leaves and Books Received4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
The “Social-Democrat"6
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7
March of the Out-of-Work Ex-Soldiers7
Adult Suffrage at Canning Town7
To Correspondents8
The Movement8
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Fallacy of the “Social Organism” Theory (S.V. Amstell); Socialism and the Drink Question (Geo. Gilbertson); Bond or Free Love? (De Facto and E.E. Hunter); “Lansbury and Unemployment” (Millicent Murby and J.H. West); Unemployment (B.N.M.)9

4 JANUARY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Let the Children be Fed!6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Dogma or Humanity? By A.S. Headingley3
Militant Socialism in Japan. By Kiichi Kaneko and T. Sakai4
The Case for Socialism: II – The Cause of the Disease. By Ernest E. Hunter6
A Peril for Socialism. By B.R. Carter7
Bob Anderson, my Beau. Verses by H.S.S.7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Downfall of the “Times” – More Welshing? – Terrorism in Russia – There are judges in Berlin!! – High-handed Injustice1
The Industrial World2
London Notes2
Legal Matters2
The Persistence of Pauperism 2
An Appeal on Behalf of the Girls on Strike2
Items of Interest3
A Clergyman Converted3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
New Year’s Reunions in London4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Scottish Notes By J.B. McNab3
Family Life in India5
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7-8
The Movement8
New Leaves 8
Books Received8
CORRESPONDENCE: – Bond or Free Love? (E. Belfort Bax); Socialism and the Drink Question (M.M.A. Ward and R.C. Morrison); Socialism and the Army (Robert Edmonson); A Personal Word (Frank Colebrook); Bax’s “Essays in Socialism” (J. Fredk. Green); Religious Persecution? (Jacques Bonhomme); Challenges to Socialists; etc.9
Socialist Sunday Schools9

11 JANUARY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Retrospect and Forecast, By C.R.V.6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Asia against Europe. By H.M. Hyndman1
A Glimpse into the Future: A New Year’s Letter.
The Liberal Whip, and God By Edda4
The Case for Socialism – I: The Disease of Capitalism By E.E. Hunter5
Socialism and Militarism: Will Thorne’s Letter to the Earl of Warwick7
Socialism and the Colonial Character: A letter from Mauritius. By Manilal M. Doctor9
Report of the Austrian Social-Democratic Women’s Organisation. By Clara Zetkin10
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – W.M. Thompson – Communal Feeding v. Pauperising Charity – Labour and its “Leaders"1
The Industrial World2
Retaliation2
National Campaign Fund 2
Practical Socialism 2
London Notes2
S.D.P. Notes 2
H.M. Hyndman Election Fund2
Men of Britain. Verses by A.K.2
Items of Interest3
S.D.F. Women’s Central Circle4
Pampered Dogs and Starving Children4
Scottish District Council4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7
CORRESPONDENCE: – “Educational Waste” (Will Thorne); Socialism and the Drink Question (Dora B. Montefiore and W.H. Powell); A Critic of Scottish Notes (“Co-operation”); Socialism and the Army (Sergeant-Major Black): Bond or Free Love? (Chas. Harris); The Provision of Meals Act (A.A. Watts); etc. 8
To the Socialist Comrades, 1908 (Frederick Lessner)8
The Bannington-Lowther Debate9
The Movement9
New Leaves10
Books Received10
Information Bureau10
Socialist Sunday Schools10

18 JANUARY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Future of the Labour Party6
The L.C.C. and Hungry Scholars. By E.C. Fairchild6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
A Dream and a Moral. By C.L. Everard3
Criticising a Criticism. By H.W. Hobart3
A National Mono-Rail System. By A Tyke4
Thy Smashing of Socialism By J. Williams 5
The Case for Socialism: III. – How the Workers are Robbed. By Ernest E. Hunter7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Hurrah for our German Commrades —The Victory of the Aeroplane – The Liberal Frauds and the Second Ballot – An Ommiscient Journalist Beginning to Learn1
The Industrial World2
London Notes2
Sorcalism and Militarism2
Legal Matters2
Well-to-do Intellectuals2
Educational Waste2
Crying over Spilt Milk2
Police Impertinence2
Items of Interest3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Scottish District Council4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
The Work of Two Socialist Councillors at Chiswick5
How Capitalism Safeguards the Family! (from the “Staffordshire Sentinel”)7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme and Africanus8
Socialism and Commerce (from the “Morning Post”)8
The Movement9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Pity the Poor Papist (E. Belfort Bax); Religious Persecution (C.H. Norman); Labour Party Meeting in Hull (Jas. Macpherson); The “Socialist Annual” (Th. Rothstein); Socialism and the Drink Question (George Gilbertson); High-Handed Injustice (Harry Boulter); Bax’s “Essays in Socialism” (E.W. Marsh), etc.9-10
The new “Social-Democrat” By Odyss10
Books Received10

25 JANUARY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Spare the Rates and Starve the Child. By A.A. Watts6
Sex War or Class War? By J.B. Askew6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Practical Socialism: I. – Political and Constructive. Lecture by Herbert Burrows3
Labour Party Conference3
Criticising a Criticism – (costinued) By H.W. Hobart4
The Cotton Crisis. By R. Horsfield4
The Case for Socialism: IV. – The War of the Classes. By Ernest E. Hunter5
Let Them be Fed: Great S.D.P. Demonstration at Queen’s Hall on behalf of Starving Children; also letter to the “Times"7
Mid-Devon – And After By Ernest E. Hunter7
Dogma or Humanity. Letters by Jasper B. Hunt and A.S. Headingley8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Liberal-Labour Understanding – Breakers Ahead in Germany – The Jewel Scene at Dublin Castle – Mad Attacks upon Palliatives – Uncalled-for Impertinence – Labour Extravagance1
The Industrial World2
The Dover Harbour Job2
L.C.C. Notes2
S.D.P. Notes2
Refreshment Staff’s Social2
Socialist Sunday Schools2
Items of Interest3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques. Bonhomme8
The Movement9
Books Received9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Bax’s Essays (E. Belfort Bax); Religious Persecution (Jacques Bonhomme); Pity the Poor Papist! (C.H. Norman); Socialism and the Drink Question (W.H. Powell); Socialism and Woman (Matthew F. Boyd.); An Appeal for Defence Fund9-10
Socialist Women’s Bureau10
Unemployed Women Workers10

1 FEBRUARY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Social Democracy and the Labour-Party By Edward Hartley6
The Ebbing Ttide of Liberalism. By C.R.V.6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Practical Socialism: Political and Constructive II. Political-Awakening3
Mid-Devon’s Lessons for Women Socialists3
Criticising a Criticism – (concluded). By H.W. Hobart.4
The Case for Socialism: V. – Some of the Consequences. By Ernest E. Hunter5
Don Bathos in Hull. By C.L. Everard5
Labour Party Conference7
CARTOON: At the Mast Head4
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – More Husks – Asquith as Acting Premier – Monseiur Delcassé as a Jingo Prophet – The Awakening of the German Proletariat – The Organisation that Did the Work – Liberal Lies – Capitalism and Race Suicide1
The Industrial World2
The Labour Party Chairman2
“English Pearls"2
L.C.C. Notes2
S.D.P. Notes2
Legal Matters2
Items of Interest3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Scottish District Council4
An Appeal for Help at Poplar 4
“The Grandmother” Translated by F.H.G.5
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7
The Quelch-Robertson Debate8
Debate at Leigh8
A Teacher’s Denunciation of our Education System8
Scottish Notes. By J.B. McNab8
Lecture by John A. Hobson8
The Movement9
New Leaves9
Books Received9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Dogma or Humanity? (J. Finn); A. Disclaimer (J.E. Williams); Bond or Free Love? etc.10
First of May Celebration10
Why Way Blows the Wind?10
Socialist Sunday Schools10

8 FEBRUARY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Debate on Unemployment. By Th. Rothstein6
Paid Agitators. By Edward Hartley6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Practical Socialism: Political and Constructive. III – Political Decay and Socialist Growth. Lecture by Herbert Burrows3
Speeches by “The People’s Friend.” – I. On Unemployment. By Jean Paul3
Military Matters of the Moment By Robert Edmondson4
Emigration By A.H. Watson4
Dogma or Humanity. By George C. Swanson, Geo, Davidson, and A.H.M. Robertson4
Mr. Frederic Harrison on Prussian Policy7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
Suppressing the Starving By E.C.F.8
Some Past Exploits of Mr. Burns. By C. Marson, and from the “Times” of 18878
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Death from Natural Causes – Ur called-for “Thrills of Horror” – The Pseudo Scientist and the Social-Democrats – Theodore’s Pills for Earthquakes – Neither Retrenchment nor Reform – Burns the Terrible – A Mean Design for a Mean City1
The Industrial World2
L.C.C. Notes2
Where is Ruskin College Drifting2
Legal Matters2
Lecture by John A. Hobson2
Items of Interest3
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Scottish Notes. By J.B. McNab5
Faute de Mieux. By a Trifler5
Social-Democracy and the Labour Party7
A Fitting Reply to the Child Starvers8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme8
The Movement9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Pity the Poor Papist (E. Belfort Bax); Natural Rights (Herbert Burrows); Flogging the Unemployed; etc. 9-10
London Notes10
S.D.P. Notes10

15 FEBRUARY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Parliament and the Railway Monopoly6
Winston Churchill, the “Daily News,” and Socialism. By E.W.W.6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Practical Socialism, Political and Constructive IV. – The Constructive Politics of Socialism. Lecture by Herbert Burrows3
A Lesson from Lisbon. By C.L. Everard3
The Case for Socialism: VI. – Stepping Stones to Higher Things. By Ernest E. Hunter4
A Socialist in the East. By Frederic Fletcher 4
The S.D.P. and the Labour Party. By J.T. Smith4
Shop Assistants and Living-in: Economic Basis of the Agitation By C. Terry5
Humanity or Dogma. Letter by the Rev. J.B. Hunt8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Nationalisation of Railways – Liberals and India – Fabians as Truth-Tellers – A Good Riddance – An Unsatisfactory Conclusion to a Foolish Prosecution – Persistence of Sweating – Municipal Labour Bureaux1
Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
Books Received2
Socialist Sunday-Schools2
Legal Matters2
Lecture by John A. Hobson2
Items of Interest3
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Parliamentary Notes By Odyss7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7
The Movement8
CORRESPONDENCE: – Another Protest (G.A. Newman); Information Wanted (W. Flanagan);
Newcastle Socialist Society (T. Kerr); A Disclaimer (M. Maltman Barrie)9
Obituary9
Child Slavery: The Tragedy of a Twelve-year-Old “Nurse"9

22 FEBRUARY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Prospects of War. By H.M. Hyndman6
Haldane the Lady Recruiter, and the Territorial Army6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Practical Socialism Political and Constructive V. – Constructive Socialist Economics. Lecture by Herbert Burrows3
Child Labour. By A Woman Factory Operative 4
The Tariff Reformulae of Mr. Blenkinsop: By C.L. Everard5
Hicks-Grayson Debate. By A.H. Watson5
Jean Paul, M.P., on the Anglo-Russian Agreement8
The Children’s Charter. By Mark One8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – A. Case for Inquiry – South Leeds – Colonial Hooliganism – The Unemployed – Callous Capitalism1
Industrial World2
National Campaign Fund2
More Capitalist Repression2
The Tale of a Town’s Meeting2
Lectuie by John A. Hobson2
L.C.C. Notes2
Comrade Spink’s Funeral Service2
Legal Matters2
Items of Interest3
The Unemployed in Essex3
Poplar Guardians Bye-Election3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Debate at Liverpool5
Parliamentary Notes, By Odyss7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7-8
Scottish District Council8
London Notes8
Woman Suffagists and Woman Suffragists. By Lena Morrow Lewis8
The Movement9
Anniversary of the Communist Club9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Mr. Frederic Harrison; Railway Shareholders; Speakers’ Classes (J. Watson); Socialism and the Capitalist Press (W.G. Veals and others); Socialism and Free Love9-10
New Leaves10
An Argument against Votes for Women10
Obituary10

29 FEBRUARY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Sweating and Social Democracy6
A Great Egyptian. By Th. Rothstein6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Practical Socialism, Political and Constructive: VI. – Socialism as a Theory of Life. Lecture by Herbert Burrows3
How Capitalism Protects the Home and the Family. By George Baker3
Grosvenor Square Pensions: By Edward Hartley4
The Class War and the “Times” By J.B. Askew5
The Case for Socialism: VII. Social-Democracy. By Ernest E. Hunter7
The Young Socialist League By Malgaretta Hicks9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Peace and Retrenchment – A Phantom Army – The New Education Farce – Clemenceau and Picquart – The Czar Nicholas II – “Dividing Up” – The “Tribune” and the “Times” – “Paid Agitators"1
Industrial World2
L.C.C. Notes2
Legal Matters2
S.D.P. Notes2
Socialist Sunday-schools2
Women’s Workrooms Get Contracts2
Items of Interest3
Incidents of Revolution3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
The Martyrdom of the Bundist Press in Russia5
Scottish District Council5
Parliamentary Notes By Odyss7-8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme8
The Movement9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Socialism and “Equality” (H.M. Hyndman); The Communist Club (Th. Rothstein); Socialist Unity (J. Maclean); Mr. Frederic Harrison, and Socialism (An Old Social-Democrat); “Made in England” (T.W. Gowland); A “Justice” Week (G.W. Patterson)9-10
Scottish Notes. By J.B. McNab10

7 MARCH, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The “Short and Simple” Nonconformist Bill. By Th. Rothstein6
Socialism, Must it be Revolutionary? By John B. Askew6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Is the Consumer Exploited? By A.P. Hazell4
The Eternal Feminine. By C.L. Everard5
Great Socialist Demonstristion in Burnley By Robinson Graham8
The Red Spectre: Verse by Archibald McPhee9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Characteristic Cowardice – Teetotal Tyranny – The Socialist-Labour Party and the Suffrage – Disguised Conscription – Might is Right – Switzerland at the Service of the Czar2
Industrial World2
L.C.C. -Notes2
S.D.P. Notes2
London Notes2
Legal Matters2
Election of Elective Anditors2
Items of Interest3
“Practical Socialism.” Discussion3
Feeding and Medical: Inspection of School Children: Conference at Guildhall, and Letter by E.C. Fairchild3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Socialist Sunday Schools 4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Jesse Collings and the Emigration Fraud5
Socialist Women’s Bureau5
Parliamentary Notes By Odyss7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme8
Serious Accident to Will Thorne, with Letter8
New Leaves9
The Movement9-10
CORRESPONDENCE: – The “Tribune” and the “Times” (J.B. Askew); Herbert Burrows on Marriage (De Facto); Feeding School Children (John Scurr); Mixed Socialism (Wm. Jones); etc.10

14 MARCH, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Social-Democracy Against Capitalism and Kaiserism. By H.M. Hyndman6
Advantages of the Array. By Robert Edmondson6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Cromer and Egypt. By Guy A. Aldred4
The Malakhand Mother. Verses by Irene San Carolo5
Two Plays by Women, By A. B.5
The Case for Socialism, VIII. – Is it Scientific? By Ernest E Hunter7
Wanted, the Revolutionary Spirit By L.E. Quelch8
With the Strikers up North. By R. Greenwood and J. Jones8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Secret Diplomacy – The 25th Anniversary of Marx’s Death – The Sacred “Last Hour” – Prices and Profits – The Armed Nation – Socialists in Debate1
Iindustrial World2
Smith Legal Defence Fund2
L.C.C. Notes2
S.D.P Notes2
Military Intimidation2
Legal Matters2
Items of Interest3
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme3
First of May Celebration3
How We Govern India4
London Notes4
The Deadly Parallel4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Civil Service Socialist Society5
Which Way Blows the Wind?5
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
Compositors and Socialism8
Obituary8
The Movement9
New Leaves9
Books Received9
How to. Test Them9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Herbert Burrows on Marriage (Herbert Burrows and Walter C. Southgate); Ought the Socialist Agitator to be well paid? (John Tamlyn); Socialism and Atheism (H.S. Wishart); Socialism and Equality (A. Marsh); Domestic Servants (Frank Knowles); etc.10

21 MARCH, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Socialist-Labour Party and the Unemployed6
The Puritan Peril. By Ernest E. Hunter6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
A Day in a Suburban County Court. By H.O.M.3
Social-Democrats and the Labour Party. By H. Quelch4
Bloody-Handed Capitalism in Mexico, By T. Quelch4
The Lesson of Hamstead. By Spectator5
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Vive la Commune! – Burns and the Skeleton at the Feast – Like Master, Like Man – A Life for a Life – Fabian Follies – The Curse of Capital – Soldiers and Strikers1
Industrial World2
“Charity” – A Parable2
America. Poem by J.F. Morton (in “Life”)2
S.D.P Notes2
Peckham Bye-Election2
“As Others See Us"2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves3
A Warning to Trade Unionists!4
Will Thorne, M.P.5
Scottish District Council5
London Notes5
Pioneer Boot Works5
Parliamentary Notes, By Odys7
Socialist Demonstration at Camberwell8
Debate at the London School of Economics8
The Movement8
Obituary8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme9
Marxian Comments. By Edouard Valliant (from “Le Socialiste.”)10
CORRESPONDENCE: – Payment of Agitators (F. Newell); “The Case for Socialism” (S.V. Amstell); The Peckham Election (Walter C. Hart and T. J. Pitt); Co-operation and Socialism (C. Delolme); Compositors and Socialism (H.C. Golding); What will Humanity do with its Millionaires? (E. Wynwood Higgins); etc., etc.10

28 MARCH, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
“Infernal Hypocrites!"6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Famine and Plague! By H. M. Hyndman1
The Story of West Ham3
Evolution and Social-Desssocracy, By Henry F. Northcote4
Surplus-Value, or – Rent of Ability. Verses by H.W. Hobart4
New Leaves: Peter Pan’s Scrap Book. By C.L.E.5
The Coming Pageant. By E.W.5
Speeches by “The People’s Friend” – III. On the General Eight Hours Day6
There is a Happy Land! By Geo. Mitchell (Vancouver)8
Social-Democrats and the Labour Party, By John Moore and H. Quelch8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Peckham: A Warning – Purity, not Puritanism – Welcome Back with Honour! – The Military Spirit – Down with Military Law – An Armed Nation – The Duke of Devonshire1
Industrial World2
L.C.C. Notes 2
568 to 102 2
Legal Matters2
S.D.P. Notes2
How we Fought Peckham2
Manchester Easter Conference2
Items of Interest3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Socialist Women’s Bureau6
London Notes6
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
Commune Celebrations7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme8-9
Obituary9
The Movement9
The Battersea Debate10
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Holborn Town Hall Debate (W. Lawler Wilson); Herbert Burrows on Marriage (G.H.P.L.); The Case for Socialism (E.E. Hunter); etc.5

4 APRIL, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Right Hon. Jerry Builder. By Fred Knee6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
New Leaves: “They Builded Stronger than they Knew” By C.L.E3
The Parable of the Dam. By A. Clarke3
Social Democrats and the Labour Party, letters by J.B. Askew, John Moore and J. Maclean4
The Case for Socialism. Is it Moral? By Ernest E. Hunter6
The Thrifty Working Man, By Edward Hartley7
Murder! By A.A. Watts7
When Will Socialism Come? By Will F. Moss8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Serves ‘em Right – Political Democracy – Oppourtunism about India – A Hero of the Russian Revolution – Germans Against the Prussian Despotism – Tea Pot Valiant – Civilisation Again1
Industrial World2
L.C.C. Notes2
S.D.P. Notes2
Testimonial to Councillor T. Lewis2
Items of Interest3
Scottish District Council3
Vindictive Capitalism5
Notes from Abroad. By B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme5
First of May Celebration5
Our Comrade Will Thorne5
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
The Movement8
CORRESPONDENCE: – Stick to Socialism (Maud Parlow); Socialism and Marriage (Herbert Burrows); Peckham (Dora B. Montefiore); The Lesson of Hamstead (Willie Wright); Faked Figures (W. Lawler Wilson and Ernest E. Hunter); etc.9
London Notes10
Socialist Sunday-Schools10

11 APRIL, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Triumph of the Whigs. By H.M. Hyndman6
Socialism and Unemployed. By J. Hunter Watts6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
New Leaves: A Very Damp Squib By C.L.E.3
Social-Democrats and the Labour Party. By H. Quelch: (with the “Express” article reproduced)4
Adult Suffrage. By M.M.A. Ward7
The Licensing Bill. By Andrew Joy7
What Shetland Wants. Verses by Fram7
“The Breaking Point.” By Merely Mary Anne9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Socialist Trade Unionism in America – Capitalist Brutality and Direct Action – Misdirected Zeal – Internationalism and Labour Palliatives1
Industrial World2
L.C.C. Notes2
Annual Conference, 19082
London Clarion Van 1908 Summer Tour2
Legal2
Urban District Council Election Results2
Items of Interest3
Books Received3
The Welcome to Keir Hardie3
Socialism in a Suburb3
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Parliamentary Notes, By Odyss5
Our Comrade Thorne6
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7-8
The Movement8
London Notes8
CORRESPONDENCE: – Stick to Socialism (Herbert Burrows and L.E. Quelch); The Case for Socialism (Ernest E Hunter); Holborn Town Hall Debate (John Kinsman); The Lesson of Hathstead, etc.9
Unemployment in Poplar9
The Coming Physical Drill Display9

18 APRIL, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Dan Irving for Manchester! By H.M. Hyndman6
Charity and the Class-War. By J.B. Askew6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
What the Liberals have Done in Two Years ands a Half1
North-West Manchester Bye-Election1
New Leaves: The Sanity of Sex By C.L.E.3
The Miners’ Eight Hours Bill By R. Small4
Mr. Mallock and Efficiency By John A. Dawson5
Liberals and Labour. By T.J. Pitt5
If the Workers only knew their Power! By Dora B. Mantetore7
Social-Democrats and the Labour Party, Letters from J.B. Askew and F.B. Silvester8
A Great Nation. Verses By Rose E. Sharland8
Matt of Merrymount. By Merely Mary Anne9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – John Morley as Aristocrat – Intensive Cultivation1
Industrial World2
The Alliance of the Labour Parties2
Social-Democracy at Leicester2
Dan Irving’s Election Address2
Items of Interest3
Election Results: Socialist Victories3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Notes from Abroad By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7&8
Third Annual Conference S.D.P. Women’s Committee. By A. Tierce8
Socialist Sunday-Schools8
The Movement9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Mrs. Bridges Adams and the Northampton meeting; The Scottish Education Bill (Magnus L. Manson); Stick to Socialism (H.T. Rentle); The Party’s Programme, etc.9-10
London Notes10

25 APRIL, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Our Annual Conference6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
On Drink By Sunny Jim2
New Leaves: Anarchy and a Masque By C.L.E.2
The Merchant of Venice. By Merely Mary Anne3
How Leicester was Won for Independent Labour?4
The Working-Class Political Movement in America. By A. Tierce4
Women and the Socialist Movement. By M.M.A. Ward5
Co-partnership: A Study in Capitalist Cunning By J. Jackson6
The Party’s Annual Conference7-8
Coal Prices and Miners’ Wages (Continued by R. Small9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Manchester Fight – A Fine Ticket Meeting Man – Pensions Next Year – Hunnable II – Overwork and Death – Death of the ex-Premier1
Industrial World2
The I.L.P. Conference2
Labour and the Liberal2
Legal2
Items of Interest3
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
At the Free Trade Hall8
The Movement9
Socialist Sunday-Schools9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Social-Democrats and the Labour Party (J.G.L.Bell); Mrs. Bridges Adams and the Northampton meeting (W. Brewer); Waiters in Trafalgar Square (H. Fisher); Terrorism in the Inland Revenue Services (Carel Cross)10

2 MAY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Flowing Tide-and the Beauty of Life. By H.M. Hyndman6
CARTOON by Walter Crane: The Flowing Tide and the Two Mrs. Partingtons7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
May-Day Marching Song. Verses by Rose E. Sharland2
Morocco and Mexico. By R B. Cunninghame Graham3
“Way Down East” By Merely Mary Ann3
In France. By Edouard Valliant4
The International First of May. By K. Kautsky4
Greetings from Bebel and Lessner4
“The Red Flag” Serial, Story by Allen Clarke5
North-West Manchester. By Dan Irving, with letters from Katie Garrett, John Moore, Geo. Anderson, etc.8
What Social-Democrats Want9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The First of May – North-West Manchester – And Dewsbury – Your Winston will Cost you More – The Thin Red Line – “Neutral” Platforms1
At Shaftesbury Theatre: by Santa Claus2
Legal Matters2
First of May Celebration2
S.D.P. Notes2
The Labour Party and its Critics2
Parliamentary Notes By Odyss 3
London Notes4
A Woman’s Point of View by Jill5
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme9
Books Received10
CORRESPONDENCE:— Mr. Wells and the “Daily News” (F.A. Underwood, etc.); Stick to Socialism (C.H. Le Bosquet)10

9 MAY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Despotism and Terrorism in British India. By H.M. Hyndman6
War North of the Mersey. By James O'Grady, M.P.6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
May-Day: A Socialist at Play by Agnes Bain; and May-Day in Russia, (manifesto of the Bund)3
Lessons of the Manchester Election. By A. Lees4
On Drink. Letters by Manuel M. Terrero and M.M.A. Ward4
New Leaves: Noblesse Oblige By C.L.E.5
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
North-West Manchester Appea1 by Katie Garrett6
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Class War and the Elections – Humpty-Dumpty Tottering – Dundee! —The International Socialist Bureau – Socialism in the French Municipalities – The Frontier War – The Labour Party and the Licensing Bill – What the Puritans Want1
Industrial World2
London Notes2
S.D.P. Notes 2
Legal Matters2
Items of Interest3
Concert for Comrade G.W. Shreeve5
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
Notes from Abroad By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme7-8
Livesey and the Miners’ Eight Hours Bill8
The Movement9
CORRESPONDENCE: – How Leicester was Won for Independent Labour (H.W. Rawlins); Ware Empire Day (A. Dean); The Socialist Holiday Camp (J. Fletcher Dodd); A Socialist Dramatic Club (Clara S. Hendin)9-10
Scottish District Council10
Medical Inspection and Infant Scholars10
Le Mur des Fédérés10
Socialist Sunday-Schools10
North-West Manchester Election Fund10

16 MAY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The “Bonnie Dundee” Budget6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Coal Prices, and Miners’ Wages. By R. Small (continued)3
Motoring Murderers By R.C. Morrison4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
The Coming Maytime, Verses by Rose E. Sharland 6
“On Drink” By Anti-Puritan9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Colonial Lawlessness and Brutality – Dundee – Montrose – The Cost of the Army – A “Statesman” on the Unemployed – Conservative Liberalism – His Reward1
Industrial World2
Land Notes2
L.C.C. Notes2
S.D.P. Notes2
Legal Matters2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves. By C.L.E.3
North-West Manchester Election Fund3
Topical Tattle By Tattler4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Scottish Notes By J.B. McNab6
North:West Manchester. Letters from Katie Garrett and Jas. P. Kirwin6
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
Open-Air Recovery Schools7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme8
The Movement9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Stick to Socialism (E. Belfort Bax and R. Davies, Jun.); How Leicester was Won for Independent Labour? (Dan Irving); The Apathy of the Labour Party (James McIver); etc. 10
Scottish District Council10

23 MAY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Home Rule for India, and Indian Tools of British Tyranny. By H.M. Hyndman6
On the Hop6
Education in Scotland. By J. Maclean6
CARTOONS: The Remnants of an Army. By J. Bines6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Starving the Children at Acton. By R. O'Grady3
Universal Womanhood Suffrage. By Kathleen B. Kough4
Socialism and Labour in New Zealand4
On Drink, Letters by M.M.A. Ward and Sunny Jim4
“The Red Flag,” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
Speeches by “The People’s Friend.” IV, – On the Budget7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Housing for the People – Liberals and Labourists and Dundee – No Monopoly for Labour – Gentle Treatment for the Robbers – Child Slavery – No Compromise – Empire Day1
Industrial World2
The War on the Tyne2
Infant Mortality2
S.D.P. Notes2
Legal Matters2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves3
London Notes 3
4,000 Stocking Workers in Wilno and Witebsk (Russia) on Strike: Appeal for Help4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Parliamentary Notes By Odyss7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme8
The Movement9
Six Months’ Work in London9
Ben Tillett on his Way Home9
CORRESPONDENCE: – “How Leicester was Won for Independent Labour?” (J.T. Brownlie and H.W. Rawlins); Empire Day (F.R. Butler) Socialist Dramatic Club (Clara S. Hendin); Socialist Candidates for Trade Union Positions; Socialist Unity, etc.10
Glasgow District Council10
Concert by Socialist Choirs10
Socialist Medical Fellowship10

30 MAY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Social-Democracy and Political Reform6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Universal Womenhood Suffrage. By Kathleen E Kough (concluded)4
“On Drink” Letter from anti-Puritan4
“The Red Flag,” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
King Edward’s State Visit to the Murdering Czar6
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Czar and King – France and England – Vive “l'Humanité!” – Bravo Belgium! – Woe to the Vanquished! India – Debs for President – The Need for Repudiation 1
Industrial World2
L.C.C. Notes2
S.D.P. Notes2
The Belgian Socialist Victory2
London Matters2
Legal Matters2
Socialist Sunday-Schools2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves; “A Professional Socialist,” Socialism and Agriculture, Strachey’s Damp Squib3
The Advantages of the Army (illustrated). From the “Regiment"4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Well-fed Germans and Hungry Britons6
Parliamentary Notes By Odyss7
The Pioneer Boot Works7
An Urgent Appeal7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme8
Church Socialist League8
Scottish District Council8
The Movement9
Socialism at Newcastle. By Rees Davies9
The Shoreditch Hoax. By G.W. Patterson9
Mr. T. Richards, M P., on the Fight10
CORRESPONDENCE; – Stick to Socialism (Wm. Jones, De Facto, F.B. Silvester); The Daylight Saving Bill (B. Short); Poverty and Infantile Mortality (L. Michel); Dentistry and Social-Democracy (W.F. Moss)10

6 JUNE, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Internationalism and Bourgeois Foreign Politics: By B. Belfort Bax6
The Territorial Forces Fraud. By Robert Edmondson6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Fabian Executive By R.B. Kerr2
Train Talk: Feed My Lambs: By Edward Hartley3
Man and Machinery. By A. Inkpin4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
The Renegade-at Home By D. Carmichael7
The Unemployed. By A.A. Watts8
“On Drink” Letters by George C. Swanson and M.E. George9
Fight for Free Speech at Sheffield10
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Murdering Motorists – “Perfectly Monstrous” – A Paragon Parliament, a Magnificent Ministry, and a Besotted People – Hooligan Bullies and Snobs— Another Fight in the West Riding – Debs for President – Capitalist “Direct Action"1
Industrial World2
L.C.C. Notes2
London Notes2
Legal Matters2
Politicians Caught Napping2
British Rule in India2
Items of Interest3
North-West Manchester Election Fund3
New Leaves4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Salvation Army Sweating6
Parliamentary Notes By Odyss7
Notes from Abroad By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme8
The Truth about the Winchester Riots. By J.B. Buckeridge8
The Movement9
CORRESPONDENCE: – How Leicester was Won for Independent Labour (H.W. Rawlins and Dan Irving); The Murdering Czar (W.F. Moss); Poverty and Infantile Mortality (Cordelia H. Briggs); Society for the Suppression of Socialism; Stick to Socialism; etc.10
Young Socialist League10
Socialist Sunday-Schools10

13 JUNE, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Organised Democracy of Great Britain and Ireland. By H.M. Hyndman6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The All-Red Route. By R. Greenwood2
Train Talks: Who pays the Wages? By Edward Hartley3
Tom Mann in Australia. By Ben Tillett5
How to become Good Propagandists By G.O.M.5
“The Red Flag.” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
Marx’s “Vain and Windy” Exposition of Value. By A. P. Hazel6
Church Socialist League8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – A Typical Liberal Traitor in Russia – British Liberalism and Russian Autocracy – Repression in India – Radical Ruffianism in France – Pot v. Kettle – A Parliamentary Scandal 1
Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
A Secret Document of the Russian Government2
Free Speech at Southwark2
Mr. Burns and Glasgow Unemployed 2
Legal Matters2
Items of Interest3
Mr. H. Vivian, M.P., and his Constituents3
New Leaves. By C L.E.3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Scottish District Council4
London Notes4
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss: – The Weakness of Empire – The Industrial Shambles – Our Cousin the Czar7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew 8
Obituary9
The Movement9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Poverty and Infantile Mortality (L. Michel); Socialism and Strikes (Decimus); Anything But Socialists (J.G.L. Bell); Promises of Work (Alf. Knight); etc.10
Books Received10
Lancashire District Council10

20 JUNE, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Too Old at Forty – Pensions at Seventy!6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Abomination Barracks and Camps. By Robert Edmondson3
Train Talks: Taking out the Capital. By Edward Hartley4
Marx’s “Vain and Windy” Exposition of Value. By A.P. Hazell – (concluded)4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
The Neglect of the “New International"6
Michael Davitt: The Man of the People. By H. M. Hyndman6
Trade Unions in Germany. By J.B. Askew8
The All-Red Route (illustrated). By R. Greenwood9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – A Terrorist Martyr – The Right to Work, as by Law Established – The Right to be Idle – Votes for Ladies, or Universal Suffrage – Keir Hardie in Danger from Himself – 3s. 9d. Old Age Pensions – Imprisonment for Life, by Home Secretary’s Order1
Industrial World2
London Notes2
S.D.P. Notes2
Obituary2
New Leaves2
Legal Matters2
Fashionable Intelligence2
Items of Interest3
Fight for Free Speech in Sheffield Parks3
Free Speech in Southwark3
A Conservative’s Opinion of the State Visit to Russia3
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
Glasgow District Council8
Notes from Abroad. By Jacques Bonhomme, etc.9
Socialist Sunday-Schools9
The Movement10

27 JUNE, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Secret Diplomacy and International Dangers By H.M. Hyndman6
Pudsey – and What Next? by Edward Hartley6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Facts on Finances: or, A Shilling a Head. By S.J. Holmes3
The Pan-Anglican Congress and Socialism3
The Superior Sex – A Study. By C.L. Everard4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
Cheer! Comrades, Cheer. Verses by Eliana Twynam6
The Genteel Art of Lying. By Robert Edmondson7
Our Reactionary President of the L.G.B. Letter from George Lansbury6
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Lady Suffrage Demonstration – Socialism in the Anglican Churches – What Does it Mean? – Perverted Patriotism – A Mischievous Capitalist Campaign – A Hoax and its Moral – The Fight for Free Speech at Sheffield1
S.D.P. Notes2
L.C.C. Notes2
London Notes2
Legal Matters2
The All-Red Route2
Fashionable Intelligence2
Items of Interest3
Topical Tattle By Tattler4
The Industrial Crisis in America4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Parliamentary Notes By Odyss7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme8
New Leaves8
Socialist Sunday-Schools8
The Movement9-10
CORRESPONDENCE: – Why not Support our own Press? (Packman); A Protest (Central and South Leeds Branches); Haldane’s Socialism (Harry Johnson); A. Warning (Thos. Watt); Salvation by Tapioca (James Lee)10
Scottish District Council10

4 JULY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Fiscal Fraud once more Exposed By H.W. Lee6
“When the Sky Falls” By J. Hunter Watts 6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Persian Atrocities, Russian Atrocities and High State Policy. By H.M. Hyndman1
Train Talks: Who makes the Wealth? By Edward Hartley4
Greater Russia By G. Raffalovich5
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
Unite! Verses by Rose E. Sharland7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Haldane’s Hopeless Failure – Still They Come – An Indian Patriot Morleyised1
Industrial World2
London Notes2
Municipal Reform Star Chamber2
Women and Unemployment2
Fight for Free Speech in the Sheffield Parks2
Free Speech at Caerphilly2
Red Van Tour2
Items of Interest3
The Socialist Medical League3
New Leaves: Behind the Scenes; Kautsky and the Moral Law, etc.3
Books Received3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
The Terror in Russia4
Demonstration on Unemployment in Glasgow5
Parliamentary Notes By Odyss7
The Movement8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew and Jacques Bonhomme9
Obituary10
CORRESPONDENCE: – Women and Adult Suffrage (M. Small and F.S.R.); Revolution and the Citizen Army (Militant); The Motor-Car Nuisance (A Cornish Reader); etc.10
Socialist Sunday-Schools10

11 JULY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
His Majesty’s Opposition. By Th. Rothstein 6
“Fours About! – and Gallop” By R. Edmondson4
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Our Press – and What it is Doing; More Capital Wanted 4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
The Need for an Armed Nation. By Guy Bowman6
“Oh! Give us Bread” Verses by Benjamin E. Trayner7
Train Talks: Living On or Off the Capital By E. R. Hartley8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Little Things about India – Patriotic Meanness – Haldane’s Failure – Tardy Discoverers – The Failure of John Burns – Will they Surrender?1
Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
London Notes2
L.C.C. Notes2
Ben Tillett2
Legal Matters2
Obituary2
Young Socialist League2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves: Jack London’s New Book, etc. By C.L.E.3
Books Received3
The All-Red Route. By R. Greenwood3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
A Womans Point of View. By Jill5
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
James O'Grady on Socialism8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, &c.8
The Movement9
Fight for Free Speech in the Sheffield Parks9
CORRESPONDENCE: – That Yellow Book (Th. Rothstein); A Repudiation (Rowland Kenney);Women and Adult Suffrage (Winn.)9
Scottish District Council10

18 JULY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
“Bande Mataram!” By H.M. Hyndman6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The “Labour Leader” and our Conference By H.W. Lee 1
Social-Democratic Van for London and a Vanner’s Fund. Open Letter by E.C. Fairchild2
Justice and Law: By Odyss3
Adult Suffrage and Electoral Reform. By Dora B. Montefiore4
The Danger to Trade Unionism. By Ben Tillett4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
Under Military Law. By Robert Edmondson6
My Pretty Poetess. Verses by J. Connell6
Some Architectural Glories of Hindostan7
Socialism Farthest North. By A.L. Manson8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Socialism as Religion – Neither Law nor Justice for the Socialist – “Anti-Capitalist Vermin Killers"1
Fight for Free Speech in the Sheffield Parks2
London Notes2
The All-Red Route. By R. Greenwood2
S.D.P. Notes2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves: Revolution and the Artist. By C.L.E.3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
Unfit for Soldiers8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, &c.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – A Fund for Free Speech (E. Belfort Box); The Citizen Army (John H. Walls and Nemo); What to Wear when Otter Hunting (Edith Carrington); etc.9
The Movement10

25 JULY, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The King as Cossack: “Rule by Murder” (with portrait) 6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Another Social-Democratic Fight: Burrows for Haggerston1
Train Talks: Election Policy, By E. R. Hartley4
The King’s Visit to Bristol. By J. Watts5
The Extradition of Vassilieff: Manifesto of the International Socialist Bureau5
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
The I.L.P. and Territorial Rowdies. By Robert Edmondson7
The Archangel Burns from Day to Day8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Unemployed – Bal Gungunder Tilak – The Young Turks European Intriguers – Japan – The Trades Union Congress and Political Reform – Kowtowing to Russia1
Industrial World2
Legal Matters2
In Memoriam2
London Notes2
Socialist Sunday-Schools2
London Socialist Van Tour2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves By C.L.E.3
The All-Red Route3
Scottish District Council3
Capitalism and the Blind3
Topical Tattle By Tattler4
Imprisonment for Life4
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, &c.8
A Gifted and Helpful Woman Comrade (with portrait)8
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Citizen Army (Guy Bowman; W. Gee and the I.L.P. (W. Gee and A. Heys); Women and Adult Suffrage9
The Movement10
Free Speech in the Sheffield Parks10

1 AUGUST, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Social-Democracy and Political Reform6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Secretary of State for War at Bisley2
Lancashire Motherhood By Alice Hart4
Train Talks: Fools, Fanatics, and Madmen by E.R. Hartley4
Movement in Natal By Harry Norrie4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
Herbert Burrows, Social-Democratic Candidate for Haggerston7
Overgate, Dundee Verses by Archibald McPhee9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Growing Industrial Depression – A Political Attorney’s Frandulent Peace – Little Things About India – Soldiers and Strikers – The Curse of Conciliation – The Revival of “Divine Right” – The Revolution in Turkey – Women and the Haggerston Election1
Industrial World2
The All-Red Route2
Legal Matters2
London Notes2
Obituary2
Items of Interest3
Towards Democracy: National Conference on Adult Suffrage and other Political Reforms3
New Leaves. By C.L.E.5
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss6
The Campaign in the United States.7
Notes from Abroad. By J. B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.8
The Movement9
Socialist Sunday-Schools9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Citizen Army (Nemo); The Unemployed (Ben Johnson and John H. Kay); What to Wear when Otter Hunting (A. Tierce); A Well-Earned Holiday, etc.10
Free Speech in the Sheffield Parks10

8 AUGUST, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Hope for the Unemployed!6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Manifesto of English Socialists of 18933
Train Talks: Men or Bulldogs – A Theory of Value by E.R. Hartley4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
Haggerston and After: Herbert Burrows on the Fight: Description of the Contest by Fred Knee; etc.7
King Edward as Peacemaker. By Guy Bowman8
Keir Hardie and the ClassWar. Interesting letters9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Closing of the Bomb Markets – L'Empire Republicanisé – The General Strike in France – Universal Peace – The Menace of War – The Czar’s English Agent1
Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
Legal Matters2
The All-Red Route2
Fight for Free Speech in the Sheffield Parks2
Items of Interest3
Japan as an Industrial Trust3
Topical Tattle, By Tattler4
As Others See Us4
Glasgow District Council4
News from Home4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss6
Socialist Sunday-Schools8
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Citizen Army (J. Finn and George C. Swanson); The Flogging Outbreak at Cardiff (Joseph Collinson); The Marxian Position (James Lee); In Durance Vile (E.E. Hunter); Mr. Gladstone’s Crimes Bill, etc.8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc. 9
The Movement10
London Notes10
Fashionable Intelligence 10

15 AUGUST, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Capitalism and Pacifism, By H.M. Hyndman6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Equality. Verses by P.C. Darby2
The Greyness of Life By Ben Tillett3
Train Talks: Labour and Capital. By E.R. Hartley4
“The Red Flag.” Serial Story. By Allen Clarke
The Recent Conference on Adult Suffrage and Political Reforms. By Dora B. Montefiore6
The Territorial Army Sham6
Seven Weeks in Gaol for Free Speech. By Geo. H. Fletcher7
The Workers’ Education Policy7
A Belated “Individualist"?7
British Despotism in India By an Indian8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Aeroplanes as Pioneers of Free Trade – Australasia and the United States – Tolstoy and Stead – The Suffragette Millennium – The Futility of Coercion – Less Public-houses and More Drunkenness – A Tragic Comment on Official Optimism1
Industrial World2
London Notes2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves3
Topical Tattle By Tattler4
South-Eastern Federation of Socialist Societies4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
The All-Red Route. By R. Greenwood8
Van No. 2. By Ernest Walter8
Fight for Free Speech in the Sheffield Parks8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.9
Scottish District Council9
The Movement10
CORRESPONDENCE: – No Confidence; The 1893 Manifesto; A Protest10

22 AUGUST, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Keir Hardie as a Pacifist War Monger. By H.M. Hyndman6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Unemployment in Glasgow. By J.F. Armour 3
Train Talks: Drink and Poverty. By E.R. Hartley4
The Workless of Workington By Ben Tillett4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story, By Allen Clarke5
The Sphinx of Unemployment By Fred Knee6
The Breaking-up of the Poor Law. By A.A. Watts7
Secret Diplomacy and Bourgeois Revolution by Guy Bowman7
Oxford and the Trades Federation Conference8
The Bush, the Sea and the Mountain, Verses by Arnold Safroni10
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Capitalist Patriots – Two Cabinet Bounders – Strong and Active White Slaves to be had Cheap – “The Workers” ‘ Educational Association – The Mendacious Burns – A Collectivist View – “The Right to Work."1
The Industrial World2
Legal Matters2
S.D P. Notes2
“Rifles for the People"2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves3
London Notes3
Fight for Free Speech at Sheffield4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
The All-Red Route By R. Greenwood7
The Movement8
Notes from Abroad. By J. B, Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Possibility of War (George C. Swanson); France, England and Germany (A.J. Marriott); The Workers’ Education Policy (James Harris)9
The London Van Tour10
A Week of Executions10

29 AUGUST, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The International Social-Democracy and the Maintenance of Peace. By H. Quelch 6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
A Citizen Army in the Making: A New Bill to be introduced by Will Thorne, M.P. By Robert Edmondson3
A Feeble Remedy3
The Diary of a Gaol Bird. By Ernest E. Hunter4
Mouths, Jellyfish Furnesses, Capital and Labour. By E.R. Hartley4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story, By Allen Clarke5
Why Isaac “John Barnato” Joel should be Prosecuted7
The Crisis in the Cotton Trade By Alice Hart7
Guardians of Peace By J. Hunter Watts8
The Making of the Unemployed and Unemployable By Ben Tillett8
The Liberals are In. Verses by T. Dubelyou9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Victims of Coal – and Capital – On the Way to a Citizen Army –
Turkey for Reconstruction and Freedom – Egypt, too – Moroccan Tragic Comedy – Common Rights1
The Industrial World2
The Attorney-General and Adult Suffrage2
Scottish District Council2
Haggerston Election Fund 2
Books Received2
The Week’s Summary2
Legal Matters2
London Notes2
The London Van Tour2
Young Turks and the S.D.P.2
Items of Interest3
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
The All-Red Route. By R. Greenwood6
Notes from Abroad: By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.9
Socialist Sunday-Schools9
The Movement9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Case of Gott (E. Belfort Bax); An Intelligence Department (Fred. H. Gorle); The Workers’ Educational Association (H. Ludlow Crofts); The Citizen Army (J. Finn); Reply to Slanders (H. Wishart); etc.10

5 SEPTEMBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Antagonism between Germany and England: – By H.M. Hyndman6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Train Talks: An Out-and-Oat Loafer4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story By Allen Clarks5
Capitalism and War. By H.W. Lee6
Capitalism’s Refuse-Heap. By Dora B. Montefiore7
The Indian Government Afraid of “Justice” By “An Indian"7
Where Cotton is King. By Robert Horsfield7
England and Germany, By John B. Askew8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Why is John Barnato Joel not Prosecuted? – Belshaszar Morley – The Fatal Invasion of Morocco – Social-Democratic Policy – The “Labour Deputation” to Germany – Children’s Sunday1
The Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
Haggerston Election Fund2
The Week’s Summary2
Bye-Election at Reading2
Warning to Branches2
Legal Matters2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves3
All-Red Route3
The London Van Tour3
Topical Tattle4
The Class War in New Zealand4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
William Morris Celebration6
Rotten and Adulterated Food7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.8
London Notes8
The Movement9
Young Socialist League9
Fight for Free Speech in Sheffield. Parks9
Socialist Sunday Schools10
CORRESPONDENCE: – England and Germany (Charles Weiss and the Hon. Francis Spring Rice); The Joel Case (Sydney A. Moses and others); Workers’ Education Association (T.W. Price); The Primate’s Encyclical (Cec. Matthews); The Act of 1819 (H. Ludlow Croft); The Methods of a Critic (F. Newell); etc. 9-10

12 SEPTEMBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
“There are Limits to Human Endurance"6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Revolution of the Scottish Workmen. By R.C. Morrison3
Some Professorial Pronouncements By J. Hunter Watts3
Some “Stories” of Burns – Old and New (and Tall) By Veracity4
Socialism and Horticulture By William F. Rowles4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story. By Allen Clarke5
Our Press. By Edward Hartley6
The Labour Party and the Citizen Army Bill. By R.E.6
A Justification of Our Position: Bebel’s Letter 6
Unemployed in Glasgow7
Among the Hoppers7
Dr. Miller Maguire on Race Culture7
Unemployment; Its Cause and Cure By John G. Newlove7
An Appeal7
Hunger and Food. By Richard Higgs8
Trades Union Congress Notes. By H.W. Hobart8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – A Vindication – Mr. Shackleton’s Speech – Some Good Points – Congress Declared for Our Electoral Policy – Social-Democrats in Action – The Only Way – The Workers’ Educational Association – Colonial Self-Defence – The Industrial Conflict 1
The Industrial World2
Haggerston Election Fund2
London Notes2
Mile End Guardians Election2
Demonstration Against Salvation by Sweating2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
Socialist Sunday Schools 2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves4
Books Received4
Tyranny at Garden City4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
The All-Red Route. By J. R. Greenwood8
The London Van Tour By J.A. Stubbings and John Scurr8
CORRESPONDENCE: – An Appeal for Justice (Rose Sexton); Discipline in the Labour Party (Anti-Humbug), etc.8
Kessack Fund8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, C. Lapworth, etc.9
The Movement10

19 SEPTEMBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Voice of Labour6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
E.R. Hartley for Newcastle1
Catholicism and Socialism. By H.M.H.1
The Cotton Crisis By Robert Horsfield3
Hopfield Horrors By E.W. Marsh4
No Hope for Skill By Fred Knee4
Capitalism and the Comp. By John Jackson5
“The Red Flag” Serial Story. By Allen Clarke5
Impressions of the Trades Union Congress. By B.W. Hobart6
Gloomy Lancashire. By Alice Hart6
Glasgow Unemployed By J.F.A.7
Germany and England: Pacifist Writers and the Facts. By H.M. Hyndman7
An Explanation: Another letter from Bebel7
Train Talks: Education and Dirty Work, By E.R. Hartley8
An Affair of Outposts. By J. Maclean8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Story of Newcastle – Hartley Saves the Situation – 8.9 How Much Higher1
The Industrial World2
Haggerston Election Fund2
Legal Matters2
The German Party Congress2
The Week’s Summary2
The London Van Tour2
London Notes2
Free Speech Fight at Newbury2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves 3
A Straight Talk about Compulsory Service: Mr. Horsfall’s letter to the “Times"3
Scottish District Council 3
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Peace Deputation (Herbert Burrows); Neo-Malthusianism (C. Harpur); The Sexton and Church Case, etc.9
The Movement10

26 SEPTEMBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Cotton Crisis and the Unemployed6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Unemployed Agitation1
Peace or Revolution. By Th. Rothstein3
Mr. John Burns and Unemployed Women By M.P.4
Topical Tattle By Tattler4
Socialism Intelligently Criticised. By J.H.W.5
“The Red Flag” Serial Story. By Allen Clarke5
The German Party Congress By J.B. Askew6
Newcastle and What Follows. By Edward Hartley7
Newcastle United! By Thomas Kennedy7
Capitalist Evolution in the Hopfield. By E.W. Marsh8
Distress in Glasgow. By J.F.A.10
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – “Happily there is Still the S D.P.” – “Peace or Revolution” – Hope for the Unemployed – Tolstoy as Pseudo-Prophet – Sic Transit – The Stern North-East – The Salvation Army’s “Evasions"1
The Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
Legal Matters2
London Delegate Meeting on Unemployment2
Newcastle Election Fund2
Hyndman at Manchester2
The Week’s Summary2
Items of Interest3
The All-Red Route. By R. Greenwood3
The London Van Tour3
Haggerston Election Fund4
A Year’s Railway Accidents4
Notes from Abroad8
London Notes8
Wages and Profits8
The Movement9
A Word from Wales. By Huw Menai9
Socialist Sunday-schools10
Young Socialist League 10
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Sexton-Church Case (James Timewell); Irish Socialist Group (St. John C. Ervine); “Tyranny at Garden City” (Martin W. Thomasson), etc.10

3 OCTOBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Newcastle Result and its Lessons by Edward Hartley6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Cotton and its Lessons By Robert Horsfield4
Socialism and Horticulture (concludimg article) By W. F. Rowles4
The Fool in the East. By E.J.L.4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
“The Red Flag” Serial Story. By Allen Clarke5
Newcastle Bye-election By Thomas Kennedy6
With the Red Special. By Charles Lapworth6
My Mission to Germany. By H. Quelch7
That Paternal Parliament. Verses by Dora B. Montefiore8
Northampton Revision Court, By St. Crispin9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Kautsky and Ledebour’s Visit to London – Stock Exchange Hysterics – A Great Opportunity Thrown Away – More Pacific War Preparations – Pills for ..... Earthquakes – Labour Men on Haldane’s Scheme – Mile End and Milner – Not an Innocent Abroad – John Bright on Wages1
The Industrial World2
Legal Matters2
Scottish District Council2
The Moral Education Conference2
The Week’s Summary2
Starting Life in Bradford2
Socialist Sunday-schools2
Young Socialist League2
Items of Interest3
Books Received3
New Leaves3
The London Van Tour3
No Arrangement?6
The All-Red Route. By R. Greenwood7
The Out-of-Work Army8
London Notes8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, etc.8
The Movement9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Newcastle (Ben Tillett); Work for the Unemployed (Margaretta Hicks); Capitalism and the Comp (“ One of the Crowd “ and James E. Price); Organisation in Manchester (Will Hughes).10

10 OCTOBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Government and the Unemployed6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Reopening of the Eastern Question. By H.M. Hyndman1
“The Red Flag” Serial Story. By Allen Clarke5
The Unemployed and the Army, By R. Edmondson6
Are the Workers in El Dorado? By John Finigan6
Isaac John Barnet Joel Again7
The German Wolf and the English Lamb Letter by Th. Rothstein8
The Liberals Erratic Decoy1
Exit Mr. Wells!1
What Shall it Profit – 1
The Industrial World2
Our French Comrades on a Citizen Army2
The International2
London Notes2
Obituary2
Annual Morris Celebration2
Liverpool District Council2
Legal Matters2
Newcastle Election Fund2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves3
Socialist Women’s Bureau3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
The Unemployed4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Courts-Martial in Russian Poland7
Infant Schools of To-morrow8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.8
The Movement9
Scottish District Council9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – How to Make War between England and Germany Impossible (J. Finn and Z.K); Capitalism and the Comp. (H.C. Golding); The Municipal Campaign (J.L. Barron); Tolstoy and Socialism, etc.10

17 OCTOBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Industrial Peace6
The Debâcle. By Th. Rothstein6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
To the Lancashire Lads. Verses by W. Pott2
The Liberal-Labour Alliance4
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss4
Hunger Marchers. By G.W. Patterson5
Mr. Asquith in Fife. By Jas. Nelson5
“The Red Flag” Serial Story. By Allen Clarke5
The Meeting of the International Socialist Bureau. By H.M. Hyndman7
Why Endow Motherhood? By Dora B. Montefiore8
A Reply to Hyndman and Blatchford. By a German Socialist10
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Ruinous Competition in Naval Armaments – The Eastern Scramble – A “Telegraph” Mare’s Nest – Bravo, Thorne —"Votes for Women” – The Miners for Socialism – The Thrifty Nonconformist Conscience – A Noble Band of Opponents1
The Industrial World2
Conference on Unemployment2
Legal Matters2
Municipal Elections2
The Week’s Summary2
The Church Congress and Socialism2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves3
A Warning Rejected. Letter by J. Finn3
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
The Unemployed: London Awakes7
The Movement8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Newcastle Election (Francis Spring Rice); Married Women’s Labour
(Kathleen B. Kough); To Fight Socialism; Local Parliaments; The Case of Poland, etc.9
Fight for Free Speech in Sheffield Parks10

24 OCTOBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Panic Legislation6
The Shame of England. By Th. Rothstein6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
War and Food By R. Higgs4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Government and the Unemployed – The French Party Congress – “If all Men were Sober” – Cheapening Labour – For Shame, Mr. Snowden! – Reformed Tariff Reform – Out of Date – The Boer and the Indian1
The Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
London Notes2
Municipal Elections2
This Week’s Summary2
The London Van Tour2
Items of Interest3
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss3
New Leaves and Books Received3
The Unemployed4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
Unemployed Appeal – Urgent By Fred Knee6
Kautsky and Ledebour: The St. James’s Hall Meeting; The S.D.P. Reception7
Herbert Burrows and George Lansbury at Bow7
Movement8
The Debacle of South London Liberalism8
Socialist Sunday-Schools8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Those Bakers’ Shops (Autolycus); A Message from Canada (Gordon Cascaden); Catholicism and Socialism (P.J. Webb); Capitalism and the Comp (W.F. Rean); Dockers Union and Labour Party (Ben Tillett).10

31 OCTOBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Sickening Worship of Parliamentarism By H.M. Hyndman6
The Government and the Unemployed6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Liberal-Labour Alliance – (Continued)3
Train Talks: Would You Pay Men equal Wages? By E.R. Hartley4
An Angry Labour Leader: Letters by Ramsay Macdonald M.P.4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
To the Women of the People By Dora B. Montefiore7
The S.D.P. Verses by O.H. Stephens7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Mr. John Burns Found Out – Unemployment and Drink – Exiled Reservists – Pills for Earthquakes – Unemployment Abroad – The Action against Will Thorne – Caught with Chaff – What will Happen in America? – Law and Order1
Eugene V. Debs2
Municipal Candidates2
The Week’s Summary2
Unemployed and Recruiting2
In Support of Grayson2
Socialist Sunday-Schools2
Legal Matters2
National Campaign Fund2
Items of Interest3
Women’s Committee S.D.P.3
New Leaves3
Topical Tattle By Tattler4
A Woman’s Point of View, By Jill5
The Charge against Will Thorne6
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.8
The Movement9
Mile End Guardians Election9
Dockers’ Union v. Labour Party9
Newcastle and Haggerston Election Funds10
CORRESPONDENCE: – Capitalism and the Comp. (John Jackson); More Organisation (Alfred Russell) Hunger Marchers and Methods; Justice for Children, etc.10
London Notes10
The London Van Tour10
Young Socialist League10

7 NOVEMBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Riot and Revolution6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Eastern Question Reopened1
Sumptuous Dinners2
The Labour Party as Impossibilists. By H.S. Wishart3
The Education Question4
Scottish Notes. By J.B. McNab4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
Free Speech and Political Liberty under Liberal and Tory Governments9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE:— A Lying Proclamation – Our Municipal Success – The Truth about German Feeling from Germans Themselves – A Confession of Shameless Infamy – A Contrast – Inefficiency1
The Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
London Notes2
The Week’s Summary2
Gold in Thread2
“You Pay your Money and You Take your Choice"2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves3
Lively Scenes at Bradford4
The Citizen Army4
Mr. Pete Curran, M.P., at Liverpool4
The Labour Party and the International Bureau4
A Woman’s Point of View, By Jill5
Municipal Elections 6
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
The Movement8
The Unemployed8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, etc.9
Socialist Sunday-Schools9
Newcastle and Haggerston Election Funds10
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Suffragettes (An S.D P. Woman and Mrs. Boullin); Sir Christoper Furness, Limited (T.B.); Capitalism and the Comp (Call Book and W.F. Rean); Grayson and his Critics; Socialist Defence League; A. Warning10

14 NOVEMBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
“Curse their Charity"6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Liberal-Labour Alliance (Conclusion)3
Is Starvation Murder? By Ben Tillett4
Northampton: Splendid Progress of the Socialist Cause By St. Crispin4
“The Red Flag” Seriel Story by Allen Clarke5
A Social Democratic Anniversary. By F. Dann translated by Zelda Kahan)6
Lancashire’s Harvest by A.H.7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Horrible Starvation of the People by the Liberal Government and its Capitalists – Good End to an Ugly Business—Terrorism in India – Victor Grayson and the Labour Party – Why a new Party ?The Possibility of Unity – Proportional Representation1
The Industrial World2
The London Conference2
S.D P. Notes2
How the Labour Party appreciate the Government2
The Week’s Summary2
Socialism at Battersea2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves3
Election Results4
A Woman’s Point of View, By Jill5
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
The Unemployed8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.8-9
The Movement9
Haggerston and Newcastle Election Funds10
CORRESPONDENCE: – Loaves and Fishes (Charles D. Arnotte); National Campaign Fund (Alfred Cook); A Socialist’s Criticism (J. Hoyle); Will Thorne’s Case (Liverpool District Council); Ourselves and the Labour Party (A. Brown); Neither Confounding the Persons (Herbert Burrows)10
Obituary: William Baster10

21 NOVEMBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Sound and Unsound Temperance Reform6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Socialist-Labour Unity or Liberal-Labour Compromise. By. T. Kennedy3
Socialism and Religion By E.R. Hartley4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
Socialism in Japan. By S.J. Katayama6
“Justice” Verses by Harold de Gieskowski7
Protection v. Socialism. By S.F.7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Push “Justice” – The Approaching Convulsions in India – A Disgusting Piece of Fraudulent Cant – A move in the Right Direction – The Yellow Industrial Peril – The Admissions of a Railway Magnate1
The Industrial World2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
The Unemployed Fund2
Playas and Pawns2
Political Prisoners2
Poor Burns2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves3
It is Good to Learn from the Enemy4
London Notes4
The I.L.P. and the Citizen Army4
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Socialist Women’s Bureau and Women’s Circles5
Election Results6
The Secular Solution6
Which Way Blows the Wind?6
Parliamentary Notes By Odyss7
Notes from Abroad. By j. B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.8
The Movement9
Socialist Sunday-Schools9
Socialism at Battersea9
Socialism Farthest North9
The, Liberal-Labour Alliance, Letter by R.A. Anderson and Reply9
Anderson, and Reply9
The Unemployed9
CORRESPONDENCE: – An Explanation (Margaret G. Bondfield); Curse their Charity (De Facto); The Anti-Socialists (D.A. Finn); A. Socialist Criticism (F. Wright)10
Young Socialist League10

28 NOVEMBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Property is Robbery6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Hardie Incident at the Clarion Van Meeting1
Do Not Emigrate! Letter by William A. Urie3
Train Talks: Rates, Rents and the Unemployed by E.R. Hartley4
A Foreign View of the British Labour Party. Translated Zelda Kahan5
“The Red Flag,” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
The Education Bill. By Mrs. Bridges Adams6
In Memory. Verses by G.W. Scarlett7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Citizen Army Again – The Education Fraud – “Curse their Charity"1
The Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
Twentieth Century Press Annual Dinner2
A Raging Tearing Propaganda2
Our Rule in India2
Lords and Licensing2
The Week’s Summary2
Legal Matters2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves3
The Unemployed7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
That Complicated Pensions Act7
Clarion Van Demonstration7
Scottish Notes. By J.B. McNab8
Socialist Sunday-Schools8
The Movement8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc9
Women’s Committee S.D.P.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Thanks (F.G. Maxted); A Criticism (W.J.B. Blake); Socialism and Religion (De Facto and E.F.B.); Protection v. Socialism (S. Hugh Stanley); Wanted: French-Speaking Lecturers (Richard Higgs); Port of London Bill Finance (A.C. Glyn); Labour and the Licensing Bill (A. Marriott); A Reply to Kennedy (Walter Simpson)10
Socialism and Agriculture10

5 DECEMBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Unemployed Question at the Guildhall By H.M. Hyndman6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
In the Streets2
Great Britain and Germany Letter by J. Maclean3
Work for theUnemployed. By E.H. Jarvis3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
A Comedy of Law, and the Comedians. By Ben Tillett4
Osborne v. the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants By Val. McEntee4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke5
Max Beer and the Labour Opportunists. By Th. Rothstein6
John Burns at Home Once More, By The Scout10
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The House of Lords to Dominate India – A jolly Good Riddance – A Party of Stigginses – Trade at the Bayonet’s Point – The Law Against Labour Representation1
The Industrial World2
London Notes2
Young Socialist League2
Obituary2
No Tests for Parents and Children2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
Items of Interest3
H.M. Hyndman at Camberwell4
Socialist Sunday-Schools4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
Books Received6
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
The Unemployed: Stirring Times8
The Movement8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – “A Reply to Kennedy” (T. Kennedy); “One and All” (F.V. Connolly); Forgotten Heroes (S. O'Neil); Oxford and the Workers’ Education Association (E.G. Maxted); Socialism and Municipalisation (A.J. Hibbert); The Prevention of Crimes Bill (Joseph Collinson). etc.10

12 DECEMBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Right to work6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Sanitation and Unemployment: Good work at Hackney
Some Incidents of the Class War at Acton. By R. O'Grady4
“The Red Flag” Serial Story by Allen Clarke. (Conclusion.)5
The Bristol Labour Party and American Socialism By George D. Herron6
The Parliamentary Labour Party, By Ben Tillett7
An Open letter to Mr. M. Beer. Letter by John A. Dawson8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Labour Party and the Trade Unions – Mr. Maddison’s Twopence – A Good Thing for Social-Democracy – Another Good Riddance – But a Wicked Waste of Time – The Lords and Licensing Bill – A Curious Admission – The Curse of Charity1
National Conference on Unemployment2
Legal Matters2
S.D.P. Official Notice2
The Week’s Summary2
Items of Interest3
The Workers’ Educational Association and Oxford3
Books Received3
The Unemployed3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Bankruptcy Proceedings against J E. Willams4
A Woman’s Point of View, By Jill5
Parliamentary Notes, By Odyss7
S.D.P. Unemployed Fund7
The Movement8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – A Reply to Rothstein (M. Beer); Practical Help for the T.C.P. (W.A. Woodroffe); Wealthy Women’s versus Adult Suffrage (Eleanor G.W. Roe); The One and All (Herbert White and G. Hunter); Socialism and Religion (A.W. Gerner); State Workshops for the Unemployed, etc.10

19 DECEMBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Co-operation and Social Democracy v. Competition and Fatalism. By H.M. Hyndman6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Anglo-Indian Panic1
A Crow for Ourselves3
Bishops, Drunks, Newspapers and the Unemployed, By Edward Hartley4
The Motive of Levies. By Ben.Tillett4
Rowdyism at Liverpool. By Frank H. Edwards4
“Sir Anthony” By Miss Job5
Oxford and Working-Class Education. By Henry Adkins6
The Advance of Socialism in America. By A.S. Headingley7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Liberals and the Lords – Threatened Men Live Long – The French Chamber and Capital Punishment – A Christmas Box for “Justice"1
The Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
Items of Interest3
Press Fighting Fund. By Ben Tillett3
New Leaves3
Socialist Sunday-Schools4
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss5
A Folks’ Hall for London6
The Movement8
The Unemployed8
Notes from Abroad By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Limited Women Suffrage (Eleanor G. W. Roe); Another Woman’s Point of View (Chrissie Kidd); A Suggestion (B.N.M.); Democracy and the Army (A.J. Marriott); I.L.P. Critics (O. Smith); The Workers’ Educational Association (John H. Edwards); etc.10
Obituary10
Scottish District Council10

26 DECEMBER, 1908

LEADING ARTICLE:
Tyranny and Tinkering. The beginning of the End in India. By H.M. Hyndman6
CARTOON: Christmas in London – For the Rich: For the Poor4
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
A Merry Christmas! By H.W. Lee1
Sparrows Verses by G.W. Scarlett2
America’s New Immigrant – the Hindu, By Saint Nihal Sing3
A “Fresh” Red Herring. By E.R. Hartley4
No Work! By H. Quelch6
Human Nature in Politics. By J.B. Askew8
The Workers’ Educational Association. Letters from Albert Mansbridge, John Stokes and Zeno9
How Labour is Rewarded in the U.S.A. By Jas. S. Piney9
The Future of our Party. Letter by J.T. Ess9
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – London Children to be Fed – at Last – A Step Forward to State Maintenance – The Dire Need of the Child – A Preposterous Piece of Petty Despotism – The Wicked Workers! 1
The Industrial World2
“Justice” Christmas Box2
Legal Matters2
The U.S.A. Election Result2
The Week’s Summary2
Horrors from Hackney2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves3
Topical Tattle By Tattler4
A Message from Frederick Lessner4
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.5
Parliamentary Notes, and Brief Review of the Session. By Odyss7
The Movement8
The Unemployed10
CORRESPONDENCE: – An Appreciation (C. Watkins); The Clarion Meeting at Holborn Town Hall (F.C. Hagger and Albert Jackson); The Expulsion of W. Gee (W. Gee); A Proposal (I.N. Earnest); Prevention of Crime, etc.10
Socialist Sunday-Schools10

2 JANUARY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Class Struggle in 1908. By Fred Knee6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Drunk. Verses by Val. McEntee2
A Fragment2
A Foreword for the Toilers By Ben Tillett3
Scientific Socialism. By C. Terry4
Train Talks: The Abolition of Tram Fares By E.R. Hartley4
A Happy New Year. By H.W. Hobart5
“Justice.” By T.Q.5
Christmas Eve with the Homeless. By R.C. Morrison5
The Crime of Poverty.6
Hyndman and India. By H.M.H.7
Incidents of Bradford’s Poverty. By G.O.M.7
The Third English Revolution. By F.G. Maynard7
Under the Star-Spangled Banner! By A. Tierce10
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Whistling for a Wind – Boy Labour – Feed the Children! – Labour Party Loyalty – Mr. Frederic Harrison’s Vision – Reform and Repression in Ireland and India – A New Trust -Political Offenders1
The Industrial World2
From “Justice” 25 Years Ago2
London Notes2
Legal Matters2
“Justice” Christmas Box2
The Week’s Summary2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves3
Cheap Advice5
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc8
The Movement9
The Unemployed9
Socialist Sunday-Schools9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Workers’ Educational Association (John H. Edwards and Charles Blackwell); The Future of our Party (H.W.H. and C. Wilson)10

9 JANUARY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Coming Labour Party Conference6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Song of Labour, Verses by G.W. Scarlett2
Britain’s Siberia: The High Statistics of Insanity. By Mary M. Coutts3
Train Talks: If we did “Share Out.” By E.R. Hartley4
The Englishman’s Castle. By “The Other Gentleman"4
What Every Socialist Woman Should Know. By Dora Montefiore5
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5

The Twentieth Century Press in 1900 By H.W. Lee

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Scottish Notes. By J.B. McNab8
Capitalism and St. Helens. By Will Johnston8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Citizen Army Again – Ostrich Policy in India – Ostrich Policy in Foreign Affairs – Scots Miners for Socialism – The Weakness of Capitalist Society – The Absurdity of a Second Chamber – Old Age1
The Industrial World2
From “Justice” 25 Years Ago2
S.D.P. Notes2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
Items of Interest3
The Writing of “The Red Flag"3
An American View of the English Movement6
The Movement8
Obituary8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, etc.9
The Unemployed9
CORRESPONDENCE:-Workers’ Educational Association (A.C. Bannington, R.C. Davison, T.W. Price, and Zeno); The Future of Our Party (J.T. Ess); Against the National Citizen Force Bill (Louis Coleman); The Right to Live (George C. Swanson)10
Socialist Sunday-Schools10

16 JANUARY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
Shaw’s Latest Comedy6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Englishman’s castle – II. By “The Other Gentleman"3
Train Talks: Why the Rich Buy Things Cheap By E.R. Hartley4
Depths of Bradford’s Poverty. By G.O.M.4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
Two Finnish Women who speak for Adult Suffrage. By Dora Montefiore5
Extremes Meet. By D.R.6
Temperance Humbug and the Labour Party. By Ben Tillett7
The Carmen’s Agitation. By G.W. Patterson7
CRITICAL CHRONICLES: – Trading Away Populations – Hindu and Mohammedan – Pacifism from the United States – Capital Punishment Condemned – A Muddled Millionaire – Bart Kennedy’s “Slavery” – Wilful Waste and Woeful Want – Failure of Repression 1
The Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
London Notes2
“Justice” Christmas Box.2
First of May Celebration2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
Items of Interest3
New Leaves and Books Received3
Social-Democrats and the Labour Party. H.M. Hyndman’s letter in the “Pall Mall Gazette” 4
Adult Suffrage5
As Others See Us6
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.8
The Movement8
From “Justice” 25 Years Ago9
Unemployed9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Writing of the “Red Flag” (J. Connell); The Limited Suffrage (Eleanor G.W. Roe, Houghton Fisher, and H.B. Samuels); What Every Socialist Woman Should Know (M.A. Jackson); Our Noble Selves (D.A. Finn); Britain’s Siberia (David G. Lindsay); etc. 9-10

23 JANUARY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Labour Party and Direct Action. By H.M. Hyndman 6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
“The Red Herring” Brigade of Labour By Ben Tillett3
In Sevenfold Bondage. Letter by C.H. Young3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
The Poplar Guardians and Unemployment By A.A. Watts 4
A Woman’s Point of View. By Jill5
The Party and Adult Suffrage. letter by Mrs. Montefiore5
For a Citizen Army6
Parliament and the Social Revolution. By Fred Knee7
Murder by Unemployment7
The Englishman’s Castle. By The Other Gentleman (Concluded)8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE:— Push “Justice” – Fighting Socialism in Germany and England – State Afforestation – Where Capitalism Fails – Driving Capital Out of the Country – Unemployed Labour means Idle Capital – Haldane’s Fire Insurance Failure1
The Industrial World2
Glasgow District Council2
Books Received2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
From “Justice” 25Years Ago2
Items of Interest3
Edmonton Women’s Circle5
J.E. Williams’s Bankruptcy5
As Others See Us7
Books Received7
The Movement8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.9
The Unemployed9
Socialist Sunday-Schools10
CORRESPONDENCE: – Independence of the Fabians (A.H.M. Robertson); Workers’ Educational Association (Zeno); Cold-Blooded Murderers and Society (A Social-Democrat); The Restoration of Poland (B. Simmons, jun.); etc.10

30 JANUARY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Labour Party and its Wreckers6
What Must “General” Booth Do To Be Saved?6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Britain’s Siberia by Mary M. Coutts3
The Present Socialist Difficulty. By F.J. Gould4
Topical Tattle By Tattler4
Socialists and the Next L.C.C. Election. By J.J. Terret5
The Newcastle Result. By E.R. Hartley5
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill 5
The Economic Struggles of the Jewish Proletariat in the Russian Revolution. By B. Nelin (To be continued)7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE:— The Russian Government and the Tottenham Outrages – Troubling Their – Wasting the National Wealth – Socialists and the Capitalist Press – In Defence of Socialism – The Labour Party Crisis – Disappointed Men and Disappointing M.P.,s – The Return to Work1
The Industrial World2
The Lady’s Dream. Poem. By Tom Hood2
Scottish Notes2
The Week’s Summary2
Organisation Committee’s List of Defaulting branches2
Items of Interest 3
New Leaves 3
Kentish Town Women’s Circle 5
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc8
The Movement8
The Unemployed9
The Russian Revolutionary Party and the Secret Police. By E. Roubanovitch9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Temperance Humbug and the Labour Party (Stephen Veal); What is Value ? (Co-operator); Information Wanted Alfred Russell); “The Englishman’s Castle” (Chas. Harris); Direct Action (Chas. A. Booth); A Retort (H.B. Samuels); A Socialist Club (C.H. Norman); Bolton Socialist Repudiation (Will R. Walker); An “All” Limited Suffrage (Geo. M. Hale); London Clarion Van (Fredk. C. Nagger).9-10

6 FEBRUARY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Passing of the Labour Party6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Economic Struggles of the Jewish Proletariat in the Russian Revolution. By B. Nelin (continued)3
Topical Tattle By Tattler4
The Odorous Herrings of the Conference By Ben Tillett4
Sweated for Salvation4
At Portsmouth: Notes on the Labour Party Conference5
Local Authorities and their Powers to Provide Employment. By E.C. Fairchild6
“War Inevitable!” By R. Edmondson7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Howl for Conscription: in the Press and on the Stage – India – A Silly and Conceited Critic – Mallock on Mars – Marx as an Intellectual Nincompoop! – Secret Agitation and the Secret Police: – To Starve on Holidays1
The Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
The Movement in Blackpool2
Socialism in Lambeth2
Robert Hunter and the Universe 2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund2
The Week’s Summary2
Legal Matters2
From “Justice” 25 Years Ago2
Hungarian Socialists in London2
Items of Interest3
A Protest3
Pushing Our Literature6
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.8
The Movement8
The Unemployed9
Socialist Sunday-Schools9
Obituary9
CORRESPONDENCE: – A Denial (J. Fredk. Green); Our Pro-Hangman Comrade (Another Social-Democrat); University Lecturers on Economics (Thomas Jones); Britain’s Siberia (A Heart-Broken Sufferer and A.J. Marriott); A Warning (W. Davies); Selling the “Anti-Socialist”) (A.T. Shaw); Propagandist Pamphlets (C. Terry); The Question of Faring Sumptuously (R.A, Anderson); Socialist Sunday-Schools (G.M. Hale); A Suggestion, etc. 9-10

13 FEBRUARY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
A Socialist Administration. By E. Belfort Bax6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Anti-Socialist “Arguments” and “Socialist” Misrepresentations By H. Quelch2
Life in the Canadian North-West3
Keir Hardie in a Fog, by Edward Hartley4
Scottish Notes. By I. McNab4
Britain’s Siberia. By Mary M. Coutts4
History of the Commune of 1871 By Lissagaray, translated by Eleanor Marx Aveling First instalment5
Local Authorities and their Powers to Provide Employment. By E.C. Fairchild (Conclusion)6
The Unemployed and the Opening of Parliament. Letter by E.C. Fairchild6
The Church Socialist League and the Unemployed. By Conrad Noel7
The Economic Struggles of the Jewish Proletariat in the Russian Revolution. By B. Nelin (continued)7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The King’s Visit to Berlin – The Ballot on the Half-Time System – Compulsory Military Service – Labour and Militarism – How Not to Do it – More Injunctions – Payment of Members by the State1
The Industrial World2
The Week’s Summary2
London Committee Vacancy2
Items of Interest3
The Lash for Vagrants3
Report of Work of the Adult Suffrage Society3
New Leaves3
H.M. Hyndman at Deptford3
A Woman’s Point of View By Jill5
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.8
The Unemployed8
Young Socialist League8
The Movement9
Socialist Sunday-Schools9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Push “Justice” (John B. Askew); Robert Hunter and the Universe (M. Beer); Mischronicled (Rees Davies); The Socialist Ideal (Henry F. Northcote); Britain’s Siberia (M.A. Simmons); Farewell C. A. Gibson); Tillett and the “Labour Leader”; Personalities and the Like; Abolition of the Monarchy (F. Baldwin)9-10
Our Comrade J.E. Williams10
S.D.P. Notes12
“Justice” Enlargement Fund 12
Legal Matters12

20 FEBRUARY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
Tyranny and Terrorism in India. By H.M. Hyndman6
The Abolition of Pauperism. By George Lansbury 6
ILLUSTRATIONS:
Pushing Our Literature7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
A Gallant Soul. By C.H. Norman2
Abraham Lincoln. By Professor Beesly3
A Victory for French Women Workers. By Dora B. Montefiore4
The Economic Struggles of the Jewish Proletariat in the Russian Revolution By B. Nelin. – (Conclusion)4
Wholesale Murder of Children. By Robert Edmondson5
History of the Commune of 1871 By Lissagaray, translated by Eleanor Marx Aveling.5
The Burnley Debate. By Robinson Graham6
Report of the Royal Commission on the Poor Law and Relief of Distress. By A.A. Watts8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Great Britain, Germany, and the Prospect of Peace – Perils of Empire – An “Anarchist” – The “Thunderer” Preaches Revolt – Capitalist Economics – Southampton for Social-Democracy – Sheffield, Too! – An Explanation1
The Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
The Week’s Summary2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund2
Legal Matters2
Notice to Would-be Territorials2
The Organisation Committee2
Items of Interest3
Blacklegism in the Making3
New Leaves3
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss3
The Unemployed7 & 9
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.9
The Movement9
Sweated for Salvation9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Push “Justice” (Special Representative); The Socialist Ideal (R. Hodgkinson); Marxism, the S.D.P., and the Labour Party (H.S. Marsden); What Produces Value? (Co-operator); Vaccination Injuries to Workers (A.J. Marriott); An Explanation (F.J. Gould); The Abolition of the Monarchy (C.J. Bedford), etc.10

27 FEBRUARY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
India for the Indians – Justice’s Defiance to the Liberal Tyrants1
The Labour Party and the Unemployed6
ILLUSTRATIONS:
Speaking Pictures7
Pushing Our Literature8
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Exposure of a Conscription League. By Robert Edmondson3
Keir Hardie in a Scotch Mist. By Edward Hartley4
The Centenary of Charles Darwin. By Zelda Kahan4
A Plea for the Children of Lancashire. By Alice Hart5
Young Tories or Young Socialists? By Wm. F. Bradley5
History of the Commune of 1871. (Continued)5
Politics and Prayers. By D.B.M.6
More Misrepresentation. By H. Quelch6
“Some Economic Theories of Karl Marx.” Letter by H.M. Hyndman9
The Poor Law Commission Report12
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Mr.Haldane’s Conscription and his Recruiting-Sergeant – Starvation – Who'll Buy? —Wild Game in Africa1
The Industrial World2
Unemployment in Glasgow2
Socialist Sunday Schools2
Unemployment2
Items of Interest2
Young Socialist League2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund 2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
Debate at Manningtree4
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7 & 12
The Movement8
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, etc.6
CORRESPONDENCE – Hyndman First (Lady Warwick); Labour and Socialism (A. Cobb); The Daylight Saving Bill (W.J. Farmer): Action wanted in Hertfordshire (A.C. Furneston) etc.9
Adult Suffrage Report12
Coventry S.D.P. Women’s Committee12

6 MARCH, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Labour Party and Conscription6
CARTOON:
The Masque of Hunger7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Train Talks: Gentlemanly Exertion. By Edward Hartley4
Siberia in Scotland. By Truth and Justice5
Half-Time and the School Age. By G. Malton5
History of the Commune of 1871. (Continued.)5
A Soft-Soap Bubble By Ben Tillett6
Life and Death of a Belgian Socialist Deputy. By F.H.G.7
Slaughter and Self-Protection in Russia. By Max Abrahamowitsch8
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Our Anti-Militarist Campaign-The Vicious Working Class! – Drink and Deterioration – Ireland and the Government – Taft and the Trusts – Poe and Poverty – Another Puritan Red Herring1
The Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund2
London Committee Vacancy2
New Leaves3
Topical Tattle3
From “Justice” 25 Years Ago4
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7 & 12
Scottish District Council7
Busy Churchmen7
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, etc.8
Socialist Sunday-Schools8
Young Socialist League8
The Movement9
CORRESPONDENCE – “Hyndman First” J.B. Askew); The Bonus Dodge (Will Wyles and D. Ray); Misrepresentation (Rees Davies); “Tyranny and Terrorism” (A.B. Morgan); Can Socialism be Helped by Uniting with Half-Socialists? (H.W. Boyd Mackay)9
The Poor Law Commission Report12
Scottish School Board Election12

13 MARCH, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
Capitalist Tricks and Capitalist Tyranny6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Free Trade Humbug2
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Our Prize Competition: Social-Democratic Election Address. By Julian Taylor4
The Legal Liability of the Territorial By Robert Edmondson5
An Open Letter to Sir Victor Horsley By Emma Boyce5
History of the Commune of 1871. (Continued)5
Our Cartoonists. By Tom Quelch6
A Challenge to Mr. Lever, M.P.: Bonus Bunkum. By Ben Tillet6
Birreligion and Socialism. By Edward Hartley7
Our Anti-Militarist Campaign. By R.E. Dale and D. Carmichael8
A Fearful Blow12
To Save the Hempire12
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Indian Tyranny and English Justice – Why Give the Brutal Whigs a Scapegoat? – Keir Hardie and the Starving Pitman of Wales – Ignorance in the Cabinet of Genius – Cattle v. Human Beings – Dinizulu – The Workers’ Death Toll1
The Industrial World2
Legal Matters2
Items of Interest2
The Week’s Summary2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund2
New Leaves3
Two Illustrations from “Wealth and Want"3
Parliamentary Notes By Odyss7 & 12
Notes from Abroad By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.8
Socialist Sunday-Schools8
The Movement.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – H.M. Hyndman’s Candidature (Walter Crane); Unemployed Marcher Sentenced (Tom Benno’s); The Cat for a Black Man (Amateur Casual); Blacklegism in the Making (H. Speak); The Labour Party (Joseph Nelson); The Marxism Theory (A.J.B.); The Right to Live (B.N.M.)9
The Poor Law Commission (Conclusion)12
The Menace to Peace12

20 MARCH, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Prospect of War – East and West. By H.M. Hyndman 6
ILLUSTRATION:
Taking away their Capital7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Drink-Soddened: A Traitor to Democracy. By Edward Hartley4
History of the Commune of 1871. (continued) 4
Our Women’s Circle. By Dora B. Montefiore 5
Comments. By F.J.M.6
An Incident. By J. Drew Roberts7
Compulsory Military Service. Letter by Rowland Hunt, M.P.7
Labour Politics in Britain and America. By Robert Rives La Moute8
“Under Military Law"12
Viva La Commune!12
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – A Panic-Stricken Government: Where are the Pacifists now?
- Pacifists or Democrats: Which? – The “Shopping Carnival” and Small Shopkeepers – The Plunder of the Collier – Plutocratic Impudence – The Happy Englishman1
The Industrial World2
S.D.P. Annual Conference2
Items of Interest2
The Week’s Summary2
Legal Matters2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund2
New Leaves and Books Received3
Representative Women and the Adult Suffrage5
Young Socialist League6
Haldane’s Conscription7
Parliamentary Notes By Odyss 7 & 12
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc8
The Movement9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Adult Suffrage (Eleanor C.W. Roe); H.M. Hyndman and Parliament (J.B. Askew and Democus); “Justice” and Ireland (B. Simmons, jun., and Humanitarian); Socialist Self-Denial Fund (Edwin Pugh); Dismissal of Teacher-Socialist: Marxism, the S.D.P , and the Labour Party (Thos. Dawson); Some Economic Theories of Karl Marx (Co-operator)9

27 MARCH, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Industrial Interdict – East and West. By H.M. Hyndman 6
CARTOON:
The Capitalist Pig and the Porter’s Child7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
History of the Commune of 1871. (continued) 4
Our Women’s Circle. By Dora B. Montefiore 5
Mallock “Cutting Swipe” at Marx6
Phunny Phather Phaughn By E.R. Hartley6
A Drink-sodden Ram Story. By Ben Tillett7
Naked Dances8
Puritanism and Morals under Capitalism. By J.B. Askew8
Slaughter and Self-Protection in Russia12
Polish Socialist Manifesto12
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Labour Exchanges and Unemployment Insurance – Muddled Misleaders —The Well-Paid Englishman – Liberalism and Socialism – Salvation Sweating – Soldiers and Trade Unions1
The Industrial World2
London Notes2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
The Croydon Election2
Unique Clothing Company2
S.D.P. Annual Conference2
The Bookshop3
S.D.P. Women’s Educational Committee5
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7 & 12
Notes from Abroad. By J.B. Askew, Jacques Bonhomme, etc.8
Sunday Schools8
The Movement9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Revival of the Cataclysmic View (H.M. Hyndman); The Co-optation Peril (F.J. Gould); Marxism, the S.D.P. and the Labour Party (H.S. Marsden); The Marxian Theory (A.P. Hazell); An Appeal from Coventry (Frank Oldham); etc. 9

3 APRIL, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
Social-Democracy and the Labour Party. By H. Quelch 6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Soldiers and Trade Unions By R. Edmondson4
Scottish Notes. By J.A. McNab.4
Our Women’s Circle (Dora B. Montafiore, Louisa Scarlett and Marguerite Stubbing5
Mr. Philip Snowden and a Drink-sodden Democracy Letter by Mr Snowden and comment by Edward Hartley 6
What are we Doing? By Th. Rothstein7
Parliamentary Notes By Odyss7 & 12
The Italian Elections Letter by S. Guidini8
Slaughter and Self-Protection in Russia12
Bristol of the Past. By J. Watts Treasure12
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – Where is the Hague Tribunal Now? – The German Menace – Croydon and Its Lessons – A Muddled Measure – England as the Tool of Russia. – The Free Trade Fraud and the Protection Fallacy: The Foreign Investment of Capital1
The S.D.P. Annual Conference2
Ruskin College: Enforced Resignation of the Principal2
The Week’s Summary2
First of May Celebration2
Legal Matters2
The Bookshop3
Socialists and National Security4
The International8
The Movement9
Debate at Littleborough9
Socialist Sunday-Schools9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Marxism, the I.L.P., and the Labour Party (J. Williams); The S.D.P. and the Labour Party (Wm. Austin); Sinews of War (Walter C. Southgate); A Gardeners’ Socialist Society (Cyril Harding); Our Songs (F. Boyes); The Evils of Co-optation (Joe Walker); Reptile Anti-Socialist Methods (J.B. Buckeridge)9
“Justice” Enlargement Fund12

10 APRIL, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The “Free Trade” Fraud. By H. Quelch 6
CARTOON: – The New Act – How it will Affect the Children7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
“Peace, Peace, where there is no Peace.” Letters by “Militant” and Th. Rothstein4
History of the Commune of 1871.— (Continued)4
Our Women’s Circle: S.D.P. Women’s Educational Committee – Annual Meeting. By K.B. Kough5
The Sublime Slanderer. By D.B.M.6
Sir Edward Grey’s Debâcle. By Th. Rothstein7
Ode of Welcome. Poem by Rose K. Sharland7
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Teuton Shout of Triumph – The Reptile Press in Germany and England – “A People Rightly Struggling to be Free” – More Whig, Liberal and Radical Fatuity – Socialists as Presidents – A Little Question for Chiozza Money, Masterman, Hobson, Ramsay MacDonald, Cadbury, Robertson and Co.1
The Industrial World2
Sunlight Lever Afraid of Socialists2
Conscriptionists Routed2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund2
Young Socialist League2
The Week’s Summary2
Legal Matters2
London Notes2
The Bookshop: “In the Heart of Democracy;” “The Socialist;” “The Dawn in Russia” 3
A Stupid Press Blunder – and an Apology4
The Movement8
Election Results8
Philip Snowden and Drink-Sodden Democracy8
CORRESPONDENCE: – Absurdity of the Trade Boards Bill (D. Ralf); Some Economic Theories of Karl Marx (F. Newell); The Industrial Interdict (C.A. Booth); etc.9
Socialist Sunday Schools8
The International. By J.B. Askew, etc.9
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss12

17 APRIL, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Annual Conference of the S.D.P. by H.W. Lee6
CARTOON: – The Vultures, Death and Capitalism7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Rex v. Bottomley Scandal1
The Despotism of the Bureaucrat and the Prig2
Labour and Wages Boards Wills of the Wisp4
History of the Commune of 1871: – (Continued)4
Our Women’s Circle: The Poor Laws (Mrs. Montefiore); On Slavery (Evelyn); Coventry and Blackburn Women’s Circles 5
An Incomprehensible Position6
Turkey and Persia6
Arming against People in France and England6
The Fear of Germany All Round6
A Novel Doctrine6
Our Twenty-Ninth Annual Conference7 & 12
The International: Taxation in Germany (J.B. Askew), etc.9
The Industrial World2
The I.L.P. Conference2
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss2
Legal Matters2
London Notes2
London Committee Vacancy2
Our Prize Competition2
The Bookshop: – “The Shame and Infamy of our Poor Law System”; “Haeckel’s Life and Work”; “The Emigration Snare”; “Social Work"3
The Movement8
CORRESPONDENCE: – Socialist Jingoism – A Protest (Zelda Kahan and Th. Rothstein); Pax Vobiscum (C. Dyrenfurth); An Explanation (J.B. Askew); Philip Snowden and the Drink-Sodden Democracy; The Trade Boards Bill (Mary R. Macarthur)8
Socialist Sunday-Schools8

24 APRIL, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
Social-Democracy and War Scares. By H. Quelch6
LEADERETTES:
The Guelph-Grey-Fitzmaurice Policy Put to the Test; Our Next Distinguished Visitor; The Monarchial International; The Primrose-Rothschild-Grosvenor Marriage6
CARTOON: – The Octopus. By the Brothers Warbis7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Faced by Famine. By H.W. Lee1
The One Thing Needful1
Peasantry and Socialism1
The Blessings of Prussian Rule2
The Call of the Slums: Did Jack London Libel the East End? By E.E. Hunter4
History as She is Wrote4
Our Women’s Circle. By Dora B. Montefiore, etc.5
Train Talks: Parsonic Piffle. By E.R. Hartley7
A Neglected Opportunity7
The International: Recent Socialist Congresses (J.B. Askew), etc9
An Atrabilious and Ungrateful Critic12
The Industrial World2
The Week’s Summary4
Legal Matters2
Election Results2
Socialist Sunday-Schools2
THE BOOKSHOP: – “Labour and Housing at Port Sunlight”; “The Irish in America”; “Bottomley’s Book”; “The Social-Democrat"3
London Notes4
A Socialist Hall for Walthamstow4
Prize Competition: Social-Democratic Administration7
Young Socialist League7
The Movement8
CORRESPONDENCE: – Socialist jingoism (J.B. Askew); The Marxian Theory (A.J.B.)8
First of May Celebration12
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss12

1 MAY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Religion of Socialism By H.M. Hyndman8
May Day Cartoon: By Walter Crane9
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
A New Order By Edouard Valliant3
The Situation and Prospects In Russia. By Th. Rothstein3
Our Bloodstained Guest. By R.B. Cunninghame Grahame4
Independence Day. By J. Hunter Watts4
Keep the Ultimate Goal In View. By K. Vandervelde4
A Democratic Budget. By Edward Hartley6
The First of May is not a Festival! By Gustav Hervé10
The First of May Celebration; Correspondence with the Labour Party10
Socialism, the Hope of the World. By Lady Warwick10
For Adult Suffrage. By Clara Zetkin10
The International: Is Marx Dead ? (J.B. Askew); etc11
The Working-Class Movement in Spain By Pablo Iglesias12
A Song of May. Poem by Rose E. Sharland12
Two New Plays13
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Meaning of May Day – Mastication as a Remedy for Starvation – Pacifist Persuasion in Turkey – Seek Peace and Ensue it – Co-Partnery and Murderous Competition – The Necessity of War and Waste1
Clara Zetkin on Adult Suffrage – Meeting at Holborn Town Hall2
Reception to Clara Zetkin2
The Movement2
London Notes2
The Week’s Summary2
Legal Matters2
Young Socialist League4
Obituary4
The Bookshop: “Faith”; “The Church, the State, the Child”; Books Received5
Churchmen on the Secular Solution6
Brilliant Socialist Successes at Aberdeen6
Our Women’s Circle (Dora B. Montefiore and E. Anderson)7
“Justice” Enlargement Fund 2
Socialist Sunday-Schools12
CORRESPONDENCE: – The New Macedon of Europe (H.M. Hyndman); Pacifist Protests (Zelda Kahan, C. Dyrenfurth, H.W. Inkpin, E. Pollard, Matthew Boyd); “An Atrabilious and Ungrateful Critic” (J.L. Cledhill, E.R Hartley): “History as She is Wrote” (John Scurr): Conveniently “Out of Date” (E. Belfort Bax)13
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss14

8 MAY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
“A Great Democratic Budget"8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
Attercliffe2
The Discovery of Marx8
Cartoons: “Dogginess” Ad Nauseam by the brothers Warbis9
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Is a Soldier’s Life Worth Living? By Robert Edmondson3
St. Pancras Unemployed. By Margaretta Hicks3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
The Fraud of Party Politics, By Ben Tillett4
On the Road for Socialism. By Edward Hartley6
The Scarlet Banner. Verses by David Vernon Grey6
A Cruel and Abominable Traffic8
May-Day at Home and Abroad9
Our Prize Competition-A Socialist Administration10
Germany for Peace – Letters by J.B. Askew and C.V.10
Children of Toil. Verses by Thomas Burke12
CRITICAL CHRONICLE: – The Future of the Labour Party – Tom Mann – Socialism and its Travesty —Burns as Prophet1
Scottish Notes 2
Scottish School Board Elections2
London Notes2
Legal Matters2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund2
The Week’s Summary2
Socialist Sunday-Schools4
The Bookshop: “The Future of Woman”; “A. Solution of the Unemployed Problem”; Books Received5
Our Women’s Circle (Dora B. Montefiore, Mabel Hope, Jennie E. Cockerton, Nellie Bloodworth)7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss11
The Movement12
The International: May-Day in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.13
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Dutch Royal Baby (Th. Rothstein); Pacifist Protests (J. Finn, Ivanovitsky, W.G. Veals); The Case of Poland (B. Simmons, jun.); Independence Day (Robert Lowe); an Evening Serenade (J. D. Roberts); MacDonald’s Letter to the Willesden Labour Party (J.E. Frisby); The W.E.A. and the Oxford University Extension Movement (H.A. Barker); Cycle Propaganda (D. Ramsey) 14

15 MAY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
What Can We Do to Prevent War? By H. Quelch8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
The Parliament of the Swindler and the Cheat; Social-Democracy and Labour2
Moral Instruction; The Cabinet’s Star Chamber Practice; Hunnable II. Again2
A Courageous scientist and Socialist; A Lesson from France; Bleed the Workers; Puritanism the Enemy 8
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Why the Government is out of Touch with the Country: Interview with Horatio Bottomley M.P. 2
Is a Soldier’s Life Worth Living? By Robert Edmondson – (Continued)
The Law in Australia: The Case of Tom Mann By Ben Tillett. Also letter from Tom Mann 4
Topical Tattle. Tattler on the Budget6
The Danger of German Predominance (Letter from H.M. Hyndman)6
Another Poplar Scare! By A.A. Watts9
My Note-Book. By Frank Colebrook10
A Two-Edged Sword. By S.D.P.10
The International: German Politics (J.B. Askew); The Protection of Foreign Trade (from “Vorwaerts”).etc. 11
The Borstal System. By Bonar Thompson 14
Scotch Co-Partnership. By J. Addison14
CORRESPONDENCE: – Burrows as Feminist (E. Belfort Bax); Independence Day (J. Hunter Watts); The May-Day Committee and the Adult Suffrage Society (C. Cook): Dreadnoughts and Breadnoughts (A. Bain); Theory of Value (A.J.B.); Straggling Processions (E.N. Makeham)13
Industrial World2
Legal Matters2
London Notes2
The Week’s Summary2
The London County Council and the Housing Question3
Juggling at the War Office3
The Bookshop: “Story of the Youth of a Working Woman”; “Mrs. Grundy the Enemy” Books Received5
Our Women’s Circles (Dora Montefiore and M.D.; Rules for Women’s Circles; Socialist Women’s International Bureau) 7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss9
Bazaar Notes. By W.A. Woodroffe10
The Movement12
Socialist Sunday-Schools12
“Justice” Enlargement Fund12
S.D.P. Notes14

22 MAY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
An Alternative Budget, By Fred Knee8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
What Can We Do to Avert War? The Only Means Possible; Burns Dictator8-9
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Should the Destitute be Shot? By V.C.1
The International Social-Democrats’ Greeting to the Czar. Verses by
Dora B. Montefiore2
Is a Soldier’s Life Worth Living? By Robert Edmondson – Chapter III3
An Agitator’s Risks. By Jas. Gregory3
Topical Tattle. Tattler on Exchange-Value4
Train Talks: Socialism, Slavery and Officialism. By Edward Hartley3
My Note-Book. By Frank Colebrook6
The Masque of Murder. By the Brothers Warbis6
New Tax on Clubs: Interview with B.T. Hall6
Unemployment and Out-Relief in Poplar. A. Watts9
A Letter from a Russian Prison. Translated by Zelda Kahan12
Right Round the World. Verses by E.W. Scarlett14
S.D.P. Notes2
Industrial World.2
Young Socialist League2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund2
The Week’s Summary2
The Gentle Art of Advertising2
Legal Matters2
The Bookshop: “Economics of Socialism”; “A Piece of New Cloth”; The “Social-Democrat” for May; Books Received5
Hyndman with the Socialist Children at Play6
Professor Northcote in London6
Our Women’s Circle (Kathleen B. Kough, E. Anderson, Lina Murray)7
Cartoon by the Brothers Warbis9
The Enlargement of “Justice"9
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss10
“Hands Across the Sea” Fund10
The International: J.B. Askew on German Liberalism; “Vorwaerts” on “The Protection of Foreign Trade,” etc."11
London Organisation Fund11
Bazaar Notes12
A “Labour” Candidate12
Elocution Class12
The Movement13
Socialist Sunday-Schools13
London Notes13
Commercial Travellers’ Socialist Society13
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Danger of German Predominance (J.B. Askew); Dreadnoughts, Sir, Dreadnoughts (Th. Rothstein); What can we do to Prevent War (A.F. Young); A Comparison (Charles Burch); etc 14

29 MAY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The German Menace and the Right of Asylum. By H.M. Hyndman8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
Another Liberal Fraud – Puerile Futilities – The Right of Self-Defence – Lessons of the French Strike – Brethren In Unity8-9
Cartoon: The Salomé Walk9
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Nicholas the Bloody! An Open letter to the Czar. By Wat Tyler1
Is a Soldier’s Life Worth Living? By Robert Edmondson – Chapter IV3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Chalk Boys and Leaders by Ben Tillett4
Scottish Notes by J.B. McNab4
George Meredith by H.M. Hyndman: with two Meredith letters6
Capitalism and Soul Fishing By John G. Peters6
The Elements of Anglo-German Relations by Th. Rothstein11
Blind! By Robert Edmondson12
A Maxim for Socialist Agitators by J Hunter Watts12
Children’s Care Commission in London12
The International: The Class Struggle in France and Germany (J.B. Askew; War on the Trade Unions (A. Tierce); etc.13
Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund2
Socialist Sunday-Schools2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
Right Hours in the Printing Trade3
The Bookshop: “The Menaces of Socialism”; “Democracy and Reaction”; “Tariff Reform”; “God and Man”; Books Received5
Our Women’s Circle D.B.M., Jennie E. Cockerton, etc)7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss9
Mr. Markham, M.P., on the Labour Party10
Bazaar Notes12
Socialist Young People13
The Movement14
CORRESPONDENCE: – Anglo-German Relations (Zelda Kahan); The Unemployed (J. Hunter Watts); Suffrage. Adult and Women’s (Francis Spring Rice) Should the Destitute be Shot? (George Parsons); The Alcohol Question (F. Newell); The Budget and Temperance (A. J. Marriott); etc.14

5 JUNE, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The British Labour Party and the International8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
The Permanent Unrest in India – The “Daily Mail’s” God – The Champion Coupon Cutter – Carnegie for Peace? 8-9
Cartoon: How the Workers are Fixed9
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
White Slaves of the White City by Herbert H. Elvin2
Bourgeois Pacifism and Proletarian Class Solidarity By J. Saches 2
Thomas Paine 1737-1809 by David Adams4
Is a Soldier’s Life Worth Living? By Robert Edmondson – Chapter V3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Train Talks: Makers and Takers by Edward Hartley6
Socialism as the Palladium of Individual Liberty by E. Belfort Bax9
The Poplar Surcharges, By George Lansbury9
My Note-book, Frank Colebrook12
To Nicholas II: the Little White Feather Verses by Thomas Burke13
Conditions in New Zealand. By “Dyker"14
Industrial World2
The Week’s Summary2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund2
Dialogue on Clapham Common2
Borough. Councils and Unemployment 4
The Bookshop: “Railways and the Nations; Problems and Possibilities”; The Spiritual Significance of Modern Socialism”; Stewart HeadIam on the Radical Atheist and the Christian Socialists; “The Confessions of a Poacher”; “Life of Thomas Paine”; “Works of Thomas Paine”; “Cremation in Great Britain”; “Dreams”; Books Received5
Our Women’s Circle (D.B.M., Emma Boyce, Lina Murray)7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss10
The Next General Election: Grand Bazaar10
The International: The Trade Union International; Karl Liebknecht (J.B. Askew); etc 11
The Movement11
Obituary12
London Notes12
Hands Across the Sea – Harry Holland Fund12
CORRESPONDENCE: – Poor Law Reform (John Scurr); Nicholas the Bloody (B. Simmons, jun.); The Albert Lees Libel Action; (I. Arnold Sharpley); Religious Bigotry (R. Adcock); The Midland Clarion Van (R.J. Evans); The German Menace (George C. Swanson); Theory of Value (A.J.B.)13
Unemployment in the West Country 14

12 JUNE, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
British Azefism In India By H.M. Hyndman8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
The Plain Truth about German War Threats – Bladder-Blown Imperialism – The Great Program Lie – Whet is the Game? – Birds of a Feather – What is to be Done? – Our Murderer Guest 3 & 9
Cartoon: The White City. (Brothers Warbis 9
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Celibacy for Women By Helen George2
Is a Soldier’s Life Worth Living? By Robert Edmondson (Continued)3
Topical Tattle. Tattler on Surplus-Value and Exchange Value4
A Test of Trade Unionism By A.C.B4
The Future of Women by Alice Hart6
English “Brotherhoods” and Belgian Socialism6
Indigestible Economics and Other Things By Olaf Bloch6
To Feed the Children. Letter by Mrs. Bridges Adams6
Drink and Deterioration. Letter by Sir Victor Horsley9
“Holy” Russia -A Glimpse of Hell! By Henry F. Northcote9
The International: Theodor Barth (J.B. Askew), etc 11
“The White Slaves of the White City,” with letters from Harry Taylor and H.H. Elvin12
My Note-Book. By Frank Colebrook12
Blatant Imperialism. By Ben Tillett13
Industrial World2
S.D.P. Notes2
Legal Matters2
London Notes2
Socialist Sunday-Schools2
The Week’s Summary2
Britons Never Shall be Slaves!3
The Bookshop: “Socialism in Theory and Practice”; “Messages of Uplift for India"5
Our Women’s Circle (D.B.M., Marguerite Stubbing)7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss10
Harry Holland Fund10
Essex Socialist Federation13
Bazaar Notes13
The Movement14
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Unemployed Evil (Margaretta Hicks); A Comrade from “Down Under” (Ben Tillett); The Fabians and Poor Law Reform (C.H. Norman); The Lees’ Libel Action (A. Sympathiser); Are We Automata (F.S. Button); The Midland Clarion Van (Chas. D. Drysdale)14
“Justice” Enlargement Fund 14

19 JUNE, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Imperial Captalist Press Fraud.8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
An Intentional Blunder – The End of the War Scare – Influences Making for War – The Funeral of Chauchard – May he get his Deserts8
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Why I Ratted from the Radicals: How G.R. Sims Refused to be Interviewed1
The Visit of the English Labour Party to Germany (From “Vorwaerts"2
Is a Soldier’s Life Worth Living? By Robert Edmondson – Chapter VII3
Train Talks: Temperance and Municipal Ownership By Edward Hartley4
Topical Tattle. Tattler on Father Carroll6
Speech by “The People’s Friend"8
Why Not a Modern Church Pageant? By R.C. Morrison9
Alfonsns Ginning, Martyr. A Brief Sermon by the Brothers Warbis9
The International: – Is the German Social-Democratic Party still Marxist? J.B. Askew),11
The Emigration Fraud. By Ben Tillett12
The Trouble at Tilty, By H. Quelch12
The Workers’ Educational Association and its Clerical Patrons13
My Note-Book. By Frank Colebrook13
Industrial World2
Young Socialist League2
The Week’s Summary2
Legal Matters2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund2
Socialist Sunday-Schools2
Socialism in Ireland4
The Bookshop: – “Le Vade-Mecum du Propagandiste Socialiste”; “Socialism and National Minimum”; The “Social-Democrat” for June5
Our Women’s Circle (D.B.M., L. Scarlett)7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss10
Bazaar Notes12
The Movement14
London Organisation Fund14
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Unemployed Evil (Hunter Watts); Women’s Labour Day (Mary R. MacArthur); The Clarion Van at Wolverhampton (Alfred F. Bowen); The Lashing of Vagrants (Joseph Collinson); A Protest Nicholas the Bloody (J.W. Herd and the Blackburn I.L.P.); A Denial (J.D. Fulton); Thanks (George Parsons)14

26 JUNE, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
Down With the Czar! By H.M. Hyndman8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
Russian Repression in Persia – Peace Amazed – The Englishman’s Home – Success of our Anti-Militarist Campaign – ex-Lieutenant Woods8
Cartoon: A Deposed but Pampered Potentate9
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Lyons and Terriers, or Selfridges Marathon1
Is a Soldier’s Life Worth Living? By Robert Edmondson – Chapter VIII3
“Intellect is the Theatre” by Agnes Bain3
Beautiful Bradford: Its Devil Holes and Home Life By G. Malton4
The Trouble in Crete: Interview with Dr. Drakoules By Felix Rudolph 4
Ozonic Outbursts By S.J Holmes4
The White Slaves of the White City. By One of Them6
Scottish Notes. By J.B. MacNab6
The Labour Party’s Internationalism9
The International Socialist Bureau and the Czar’s Visit9
A Piece of Class Injustice. By J. Maclean10
The International: the Swiss Political Situation, The Struggle between Industrials and Agrarians in Germany (J.B. Askew) etc11
The Coal Miners’ Crisis in Scotland. By R. Small13
Royal Commission on Electoral Systems: H.M. Hyndman’s Evidence13
Industrial World2
London Notes2
Information Bureau2
Manchester Socialist Festival2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund2
“Children’s Sunday"2
Red Van Tour2
The Bookshop: “Mandelism”; “Prison Reform from a Social-Democratic Point of View”; “Our Coming Kings"5
The Govan Trades Council (J.B. McNab)6
Glasgow District Council6
Our Women’s Circle (D.B.M., E. Anderson, C. Brooks, Another Helen)7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss10
The Movement12
Bazaar Notes13
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Unemployed Evil (Margaretta Hicks); “Justice” and Working Men (Philip R. Domoney); Leaflet Distribution (R.D.C.); Theory of Value (A.J.B ); Co-Partnery (T.B.); Russian Atrocities (J.C.D ); An Explanation (J.B. Buckeridge); The Clarion Van at Wolverhampton (E.H. Gwinnett and Wolverhampton S.D.P ); What is the Meaning? (J. Jones); Poland – Is it a Bargain? (B. Simmons, jun); Unite? – With What? (Unite); The Boulter Case (F.J. Pinnell) 14
Socialist Sunday-Schools14

3 JULY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Russian Invasion of Persia8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
The Awakening of India and Asia – Asia for the Asiatics – Italy and France – Member of the Russian Duma in London – Will Thorne8-9
Cartoon: “The Little Father” By the Brothers Warbis9
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Dare they Prosecute Us?1
Shows in Showland By Agnes Bain2
Is a Soldier’s Life Worth Living? By Robert Edmondson – Chapter IX3
Topical Tattle. Tattler on “Capital under Socialism,” etc.4
Capitalist Waste. By E. Scott Rivett4
Labour Alliance or Labour Dominance, Which? By Edward Hartley6
Persia’s Appeal. By Rahim Zade and Dr. Mirza-Abdala8
The Two Georges. By H.M. Hyndman9
The Protest against the Czar’s Visit: Correspondence with the Labour Party and Resolutions9
White Slaves of the White City. Letter by Herbert H. Elvin10
The International: J.B. Askew on Finance Reform in Germany: John Murray on
the Mexican Refugees; etc11
A Saint of the Russian Revolution13
My Note-Book. By F. Colebrook13
Industrial World2
Information Bureau2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
Bazaar Notes3
The Bookshop:- “Is a World-Religion Possible?”; “Winning a Living on Four Acres”; “La Question Agraire en France”; “No Rheumatism”; Books Received,5
Our Women’s Circle (D.B.M., and an extract from “Die Gleichheit” on the London Suffrage Congress)7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss10
“Justice” Enlargement Fund11
The Movement12
Young Socialist League12
A Cordial Understanding12
Socialist Sunday-Schools13
London Notes13
CORRESPONDENCE: – Unite – With What? (Alfred Sugar); Leaflet Distribution (John R. Lickfold); The King’s Visit to Manchester (Will Phillips); Flogging for Prison Offences (Joseph Collinson); Legal Tender Bonds (C.F. Baylis); The Czar’s Visit to Sweden (Svar Neuman and K.E. Primus Nyman); Message to the Czar (B. Simmons, jun); Govan Trades Council and J.B. McNab (J.D. Fulton); “Justice” Enlargement Fund (John McAteer); Unanswerable (C.); A Socialist Brass Band (Fred Walker); The Workers’ Educational Association (R. Priest)14
The Twentieth Century Press14

10 JULY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Dhingra Assassination and its Lessons8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
Tortures in Indian Prisons – Germany for Peace – Anglo-Russian Repression in Persia – The Czar’s Criminal Protector8
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Police Persecution of Cab and Bus Drivers1
Is a Soldier’s Life Worth Living? By Robert Edmondson – Chapter X3
Shows in Showland By Agnes Bain2
Labour Alliance or Labour Dominance, Which? By Edward Hartley (Continued)4
Discontent in the Railway Service. By A Midland Wage Slave4
Lessons from the South Wales Coal Crisis By Noah Ablett6
An Appeal to the People of England. By Rahim Zade and Dr. Mirza-Abdala9
Let us Rid Ourselves of Caliban. By T. Quelch. With Portraits of the Brothers Warbis9
“White Slaves of the White City.” Letter from H.H. Elvin9
Unemployed in Germany – Another Side to the Shield. With Advice to our Labour Party. Letter by Hermann Jorhade11
The International: – The Italian Socialist Party (J.B. Askew)12
Unemployment in Glasgow14
Industrial World2
The Conference on the Food Supply2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
Information Bureau2
Socialist Sunday-Schools4
A Two Million Steel Combine4
The Bookshop: – “Red England”; “The Triumph of the Trust under Free Trade,” Books Received5
Our Women’s Circle (D.B.M., L. Scarlett; and C.A. Sheehan on “Celibacy – Woman’s Choice” 7
The Demonstration against the Czar9
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss10
Bazaar Notes10
T.C.P. Pamphlets11
The Movement13
Red Van Tour. By R. Greenwood13
CORRESPONDENCE: – Fellowship is Life (A.C. Rogers); The Workers’ Educational Association (H.A. Barker); Socialist Unity (Geo. Simpson); Dog and Child (C.A.M. Bailey); Speakers and the General Election (E. Scott)14

17 JULY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The German Menace Again8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
Dhingra’s Defence and Defiance – The Active and Sleeping Partners in Plunder – The Death of a Beast —Aviation and Individuality – An Appeal for Mercy – The Persian Crime8
CARTOON: The Snake Tamer by the Brothers Warbis9
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Snob Rule and Job Rule in India1
Is a Soldier’s Life Worth Living? By Robert Edmondson – Chapter XI3
Labour Alliance or Labour Dominance, Which? By Edward Hartley (Continued)4
“What the Public Wants”: A Play about the Harmsworth Press. By P.P.H.6
Dhingra’s Indictment of British Rule in India8
In Praise of the Budget. Interview with Chiozza Money, M.P.9
The International: The Labour Movement in Switzerland J.B. Askew): etc11
Workmen’s Compensation from the Workman’s Point of View. By J. Scott Duckers. Solicitor13
Shows in Showland. By Agnes Bain12
My Note-Bock. By F. Colebrook13
Industrial World2
The Conference on the Food Supply2
Information Bureau2
The Week’s Summary2
Legal Matters2
The Bookshop: “Evolutionary Socialism”: The July “Social-Democrat”; Books Received5
“Justice” Enlargement Fund6
Our Women’s Circle (D.B.M )7
Bazaar Notes7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
Twentieth Century Press Publications10
That Movement13
CORRESPONDENCE: – The German Menace Once More (Th. Rothstein); Branch Return Sheets (John Scurr); The Anti-Vivisection Demonstration (Zelda Kahn); An Emphatic Disclaimer (F.J. Gould): The Case of Persia (B. Simmons. jun); The Awakening of Asia (C. Harpor); The Glasgow Unemployed (John McAteer); Socialism in Cornwall (Alex. Knight)14
A Bishop Educated for a Shilling14

24 JULY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
A Pyrrhic Victory8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
An Industrial Interdict – Germany for Peace – The Upper Classes Preparing for the Slaughter of the People – Sir N Baker’s Threats of Blowing Innocent Men from Guns – Political Subterfuge – The Fall of a Renegade8
CARTOON; The Czar’s Nightmare9
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Ought he to be put to Death?1
Is a Soldier’s Life Worth Living? By Robert Edmondson – (Conclusion)3
Shows in Showland By Agnes Bain4
Short Time in the Cotton Trade. By Robert Horsfield6
A Welcome Russian Visit. By P.P.H.6
Sopkia Perovskaia. Verses by Joaquin Miller9
The Czar’s Nightmare. By Tom Quelch9
The International: Buelow’s Resignation (J.B. Askew), etc.11
Police and Cabdrivers12
My Note Book. By F. Colebrook13
The Industrial World2
Information Bureau2
London Organisation Fund2
Young Socialist League2
The Conference on the Food Supply2
The Demonstration against the Czar’s Visit2
The Blot on the Union of South Africa2
Hands Across the Sea2
The Week’s Summary2
Legal Matters2
The Bookshop: The Persian Revolution; Books Received5
Our Women’s Circle (D.B.M. etc.)7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss10
The Czar’s Visit: Will Thorne at Finsbury Park; resolutions, etc.12
The Movement13
CORRESPONDENCE:— The Anti-Vivisection Demonstration (Louis Toft, Florence Baldwin. A.J. Marriott); Snob Rule and Job Role in India (Donald Norman Reid); The Workers’ Educational Association (Al. Libriecha); A Message from New Zealand (James Thorn)14
Socialist Sunday-Schools14
London Notes14

31 JULY, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
Inflating the Budget Balloon. By H.M. Hyndman8
Machiavelli isn’t in it! By E. Belfort Bax 8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
On the Down Grade. – Further Endorsement – A Harlot’s Progress – Down with Cruelty – The Persian Revolution 8-9
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Confiscated1
Song of the Brave Heart. Poem by Rose E. Sharland2
Topical Tattle. By Tattler3
Protest against the Czar’s Visit3
The Visit of the Czar. Verses by Henry S. Salt3
Scottish Notes. By J.B. McNab4
The Czar’s Finger-Prints in Persia: Colonel Liakhoff’s letters6
Shows in Showland. By Agaes Bain6
Is a Soldier’s Life worth Living? By Henry Pressey6
A Tea-Sodden England. By Ben Tillett (with cartoon)9
The International: – Buelow and Clemenceau; – William Wolff, a Pioneer of German Socialism (J.B. Askew); The Parliamentary Socialist Groups against Military Expenditure; etc11
Myr Note-Book. By F. Colebrook12
The National Food Supply: Report of the Conference13
Royalty on Strike13
More Protests Against the Czar2
Legal Matters2
The Co-opt Peril. By F.J. Gould2
Carmichael’s Arrest and Acquittal2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund2
Socialist Sunday-Schools2
The Week’s Summary2
Which Way Blows the Wind?4
Another Bank Amalgamation4
The Bookshop: – “The Terror in Russia”; The Charter of the Poor”; “Our Noble Families”: Song of the Jubilant Socialist” etc.5
Bazaar Notes5
Our Women’s Circle (D.B.M.)7
Parliamentary Notes By Odyss 10 & 14
The Movement12
Obituary12
Seven Suicides in a Fortnight at the Curragh13
Four Suicides in six weeks at Colchester13
CORRESPONDENCE: – The India Office and Flogging (Joseph Collinson); An Open Letter to the Czar (B. Simmons, jun); A Week of Special Effort for the Bazaar (A.A. Watts); Against Apathy and Indifference (J. McIver); Have a Holiday (Bill Deliverer); A Holiday in Spain (Miss H. Fryer); An Appeal from Deptford; etc.14

7 AUGUST, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
Mr Lloyd George as Confiscator of Rent. By H.M. Hyndman6
EDITORIAL NOTES:
The Outbreak In Spain – The Bourgeois Press and the insurrection – English Journalistic Poisoners. – Sir Edward Grey’s Impertinence – Another Army Swindle6-7
CARTOON: By Order of the Czar7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Starvation of the Children1
Italy. By S.C.2
The Czar and Scotland Yard4
Ten Years of Social-Democracy in Finland4
The Confiscation of “Justice"6
The Revolution in Persia By Peter P-7
The International: – The Catholic Party in Germany (J.B. Askew): The Insurrection in Spain; etc.9
The Industrial World 2
Legal Matters2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund2
Hands Across the Sea2
Socialist Sunday-Schools2
The Week’s Summary2
The Bookshop: “Socialism for the Middle Classes"3
Our Women’s Circle5
Bazaar Notes5
Epidemic of Suicides in the Army7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
The Movement10
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Curse of (Indian Tea) Drink (An Old Socialist, M.M. Terrero, C. Delolme); Bazaar Special Effort Fund (Sampson Bakewell); “Peace and Justice” versus Snob Rule and Job Rule in India (Donald Norman Reid); A Repudiation (Henry F. Northcote); Cornwall for Socialism (Will Mount)10

14 AUGUST, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Confiscation of “Justice"8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
The Indian Budget – Capitalist Reaction and the Liberal Press – The curse of Japanese Capitalism – Labour Colleges and Labour Organisations8
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The White Slaves of the “White City.” By a White City Clerk2
The Scottish Coal Settlement. By R. Small2
In the Dominion of the Aztec Czar: The American Russians By Ariapido3
Shows in Showland. By Agnes Bain3
Topical Tattle.6
Queer Anti-Socialism. Letter by J.F. Gould to Sir Wiliam Ball M.P.6
Epidemic of Suicides in the British Army. Interview with Dr. Forbes Winslow6
Goose and Foxes: A Tale of Political Roguery. By Ben Tillett9
International Manifesto on the Spanish Spanish Revolution9
Labour Alliance or Labour Dominance, Which? Letters by Robert Morley. H.O. (Derby), and James Lee (East Dorset12
My Note-Book. By F. Colebrook13
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
“Justice” Enlargement Fund2
Hands Across the Sea2
The Bookshop: The Last Volume of Karl Marx; “Revue Socialiste”; Books Received5
Socialist Sunday-Schools6
Our Women’s Circle (D.B.M., Evacustes A. Phipson, etc.)7
Bazaar Notes7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss10
The International: – The German Railway Workers and Trade Unionism (J.B. Askew); The Swedish. General Strike, etc.11
The Movement13
Young Socialist Leagues13
CORRESPONDENCE: – A Tea-Sodden England (Ben Tillett and Donald Norman Reid); The Special. Effort Week for the Bazaar (H.W. Lee); Tennyson and Revolution (B. Simmons; jun.); The Seizure of “Justice” (A.J. Marriott and David Thomas): Rochdale and the W.E.A. (J. Henighan); Organise! Organise! Organise! (Alfred Russell); Vivisection (Zelda Kahan)14
South-Eastern Counties Federation of Socialist Societies14.

21 AUGUST, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Ruinous Drain of Wealth from India By H.M.H8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
Principle versus Opportunism in France – Ignorance and Slavery – Vindictive Folly (with Dhingra’s Statement)6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Liberal Debacle: The Rake’s Progress, By Ben Tillett1
Medical Treatment of School Children, Letter by Will Thorne M.P.3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler3
Scottish Notes. By J.B. McNab3
Train Talks: The Fudget of 1909 – A Budget Talk. By Edward Hartley4
Child Slaves of Lancashire By Alice Hart9
Labour Alliance or Labour Dominance, Which? Letter by Alfred Cobb9
“White City Clerks.” Letter by H.H. Elvin9
The International: – English and German Law – a comparison; Sweden and Spain (J.B. Askew), etc.11
My Note-Book. By F. Colebrook11
Shows in Showland. By Agnes Bain13
Labour Colleges and Labour Organisations13
The Industrial World2
Socialism Rampant at Prestonpans2
Boys of the Bulldog Breed2
The Week’s Summary2
Legal Matters2
Which Way Blows the Wind?2
Hands Across the Sea2
The Rise of Pauperism3
“Justice” Enlargement Fund3
The Bookshop: – “Arms for the Workers”; Obituary; The “Social-Democrat” for August; Books Received5
Our Women’s Circle: – Professor Lester Ward (D.B.M.); Shoreditch Socialist Women’s Circle; Female Labour in the Potteries (James Haslam)7
Bazaar Notes7
The Confiscation of “Justice"8
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss10
South Africa and the Czar12
The Movement12
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Special Effort Week (H.W. Hobart); Vivisection (Florence Baldwin); “Contemptible Methods” (E. Belfort Bax); “Stinking Temperance” (H.H. Terrero); “A Tea-Sodden England” (Sumner’s Typhoo Tea, Limited); Professor Pares and Russia (Russian); etc.14
International Relations 14

28 AUGUST, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Three Land Taxes By Fred Knee8
EDITORIAL NOTES:
That Special Effort – The Beauties of Landlordism – The Rotting-out of England – Churchill as the Kaiser’s Guest6
Cartoon: – The Golden Calf9
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Revolution by Aeroplane1
If. By William Restelle Shier2
David Dexter, Socialist. Serial Story by Henry Baxter3
Labour Alliance or Labour Dominance? By Edward Hartley, also letter by W. Faulkner6
The Children and their Land. By Young Socialist Leaguer 6
A “Short Cut” to Social Freedom. By J. Hunter Watts9
The International: The Annual Report of the German Social-Democratic Party (J.B. Askew); etc.11
Shows in Showland. By Agnes Bain12
The Industrial World2
Deptford and the County Council2
The Prohibition of “Justice” in India2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
Socialist Sunday-Schools2
Bulletin of the International Federation of Socialist Young People’s Associations3
The Bookshop: – “Le Procès d'Agram et l'Opinion Européenne”; “L'Annexion de la Bosnie et la Question Serbe”; “Songs of the City”; “The Socialist Review”; Books Received5
Our Women’s Circle: (D.B.M.)7
Bazaar Notes7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss10
Hands Across the Sea10
A Socialist Pageant for the next May-Day. Letter by C. Cook12
The Central Labour College, Oxford. Letter from G. Sims12
The Movement13
CORRESPONDENCE: – A Misapprehension (A Spaniard): Vivisection (Zelda Kahan, J. Fraser Hewes, Vida Flood); Epidemic of Suicides (J.R. Duncan); Hastings S.D P. and I.L.P. (Alfred Cobb); Russia and Poland (B. Simmons, jun) 14

4 SEPTEMBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Trades Union Congress By Fred Knee6
EDITORIAL NOTES:
The Great Industrial Interdict in Sweden. The Rosebery Windbag – The Arrest of Mr. Guy Aldred – An Absurdity of Capitalism6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Coming of Conscription1
The Position of the Twentieth Century Press. Letter from F. Colebrook2
David Dexter, Socialist. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
My Note-Book. By Frank Colebrook4
The Czar and His Police. Bourtzeff, in the “Vorwaerts"5
The Fudge of the Budget. By Ben Tillett7
In the Prison. By Olguin, (Translated by Sasha Brady)7-8
The International: – The Annual Report of the German Trade Unions. (J.B. Askew); etc.9
Children’s Sunday2
London Committee Vacancy2
Legal Matters2
Hands Across the Sea2
The Week’s Summary2
The Bookshop: – “The Seven that were Hanged”; “Old Moore’s Almanack”; “Present Remedies for Unemployment"3
The Special Effort3
Our Women’s Circle: (D.B.M )5
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
The Movement10
Obituary10
CORRESPONDENCE: – Vivisection (Physiologist, A.J. Marriot, H.W.B. Mackay); Forty-Eight Hours (F.J. Gould); The Drain from India (W. Bridge); More Russian Me hods in India (W. Savarkar): Tea Drinking (Ben Tillett); Spain and the Moors (B. Simmons, jun.); Another “If” (Tom Glossop).10

11 SEPTEMBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
British Trade Unions and the Swedidh Strike6
EDITORIAL NOTES:
Still Booming the Budget – A She-Devil – Labour is Cheap6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Reign of Terror in Spain. By Guy Bowman1
Is Haldane a Liar?1
David Dexter. Socialist. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
My Note Book. By Frank Colebrook4
An Appeal for “Justice"7
Topical Tattle8
The International:- A Congress of the Catholics in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.4
The Industrial World2
The Egyptian Nationalist Movement2
What Territorials Must Expect2
Legal Matters2
The Week’s Summary2
The Bookshop:- “Literary Taste: How to Form It”; “Solution of the Universe’s Riddle”; The Budget: the Land and the People”; “A Walk Round Brighton and What I Saw There,” “The Evolution of Money"1
Books Received3
The Special Effort3
Our Women’s Circle: (D.B.M)5
Bazaar Notes5
Jack Williams in Yorkshire5
A Socialist Pageant for the next May-Day5
S.D P. Notes3
Why Socialism is Opposed8
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
Mrs. Bridges Adams for Deptford7
Liberty of the Press Fund7
Socialist Sunday-Schools9
Young Socialist League9
Hands Across the Sea9
The Movement10
CORRESPONDENCE: – Vivisection (F. Baldwin and E. Douglas Hume); An Explanation (Henry F. Northcote); Indian Helplessness (H.W. Lovett); Wealthy Socialists (Francis Spring Rice) A Word of Thanks (J.J. Kidd); Keir Hardie’s Mixture (An I.L.P.'er from ‘93); etc.10

18 SEPTEMBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Tory Party and the Georgian Budget by H.M. Hyndman6
EDITORIAL NOTES:
A Very Tame Affair – A Savage Sentence – The Coming General Election6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The diversities for All1
Socialist Painters at Budget Points. By E.R. Hartley3
David Dexter, Socialist. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
The Increment Taxes on Tobacco. By C.M.S.4
Scottish Notes. By J.B. McNab5
The Congress – And After. By Ben Tillett6
Demos’s Dethroned Darling. By J. Hunter Watts7
Who are the Blackmailers? By Thomas Kennedy7
The Right to Shoot. By Robert Edmondson7
The Golden Grain, Verses by Haldane Burgess7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odys8
My Note-Book. By Frank Colebrook8
The International: – The Congress in Leipzig (J.B. Askew); etc.9
The Industrial World2
London Notes2
Hands Across the Sea2
Legal Matters2
An Unaccepted Challenge2
The Week’s Summary2
The Bookshop: “Agriculture and Unemployment”; The September “Social-Democrat”; Books Received3
Our Women’s Circle: (D.B.M. and Emma Boyce)5
Appeal for “Justice"7
The Movement10
CORRESPONDENCE: – A Different Interpretation (E. Belfort Bax), “The Evolution of Money” (John Richardson); British Trade Unions and the Swedish Strike (Charles Wilson); The New Path (S.H. Stanley; The Case of Poland (B. Simmons, jun.); Warning to Speakers (J.T. Tyson) 10

25 SEPTEMBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
Asquith’s Confession6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Conditions in Australia By Tom Mann3
David Dexter. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
Our Women’s Circle: The Evolution of Sex (Jos. Nelson and Louisa Thomson- Price)5
The Class War in America. By Tom Quelch5
Socialist Pointers at Budget Points. By Edward Hartley6
Gagging the Socialists6
The Passing of Labourism and Liberal Free Trade. By Thomas Kennedy7
Shall “Justice” Die? By S.T.7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
Scottish Notes. By J.B. McNab8
The International:- The Congress at Leipzig (J.B. Askew), etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Universities for All (David Vernon Grey and W.F. Hay); Hints to Speakers: Warning to Speakers (Fred. H. Gorge); The Evolution of Money; Anti-Vivisection (GeorgianaWoodie); Push “Justice” (Joseph Nelson); Can London be Won for Socialism? (T.J. Pitt)10

2 OCTOBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
Dishing the Democracy By H.M. Hyndman6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Topical Tattle by Tattler3
David Dexter. Socialist. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
Our Women’s Circle: The Impossibility of Anti-Feminism, (E. Anderson); The Plot Thickens (D.B.M.)5
My Note-Book. By Frank Colebrook4
Shows in Showland. By Agnes Bain 5
The Universities for All. By Trin. Coll., Camb.6
The Russian-English Entente6
Socialist Pointers at Budget Points. The Fraud of the Land Taxes. By Edward Hartley 7
To You, Comrades. By S.T. 7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
The International: – The Congress of German Social-Democrats in Austria; The Leipzig Congress (JB. Askew), etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – “The Evolution of Sex”; What the People Own (D.A. Finn); The Stoke Labour Church (J.T. Tyson); Trade Union Socialist Groups; The Prosecution of James Larkin; A “Justice Sunday” (F.C. Morrison); etc.10

9 OCTOBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Political Swindle6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Shows in Showland: A Realistic Lear. By P.P.H.2
Secular Education in New Zealand. By James Thorn3
David Dexter, Socialist. By Henry Baxter4
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Our Women’s Circle: The Socialist Women’s Movement in Germany (Clara Zetkin)5
Dr. Tom Watt. By D.B.M.6
The Piffle of Palliatives. By Ben Tillett6
Egypt Unbound. By Th. Rothstein7
The Horror of London. By S.T.7
The Truth of the Spirit and Tobacco Duties. By W.R. Bolton8
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
International Notes: – General Elections in Norway; Milk Prices in the Austrian Landtag (J.B. Askew), etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE. – The Universities for All (W.F. Hay); London and Socialism (H.G. Simmons); Elocution Classes (W.M. Hills); Standing Army v. Citizen Army (Ex-Soldier); “The Man versus the State” (E.B.)10

16 OCTOBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
“Strengthened and Improved"6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
David Dexter, Socialist, Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
My Note-Book. By Frank Colebrook4
Our Women’s Circle Austria, Denmark, Italy5
Topical Tattle. By Tattler5
“Justice” for All. By F.A. Broad6
The Universities for All By Trin. Coll. Camb.6
Socialism and the Church. By J. Hunter Watts7
A Splendid Example. By S.T.7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
Registration at Northampton. By St. Crispin8
The International: Bebel to the Fore (J.B. Askew); The Internationalism of Capital; etc.9
The Trial of Ferrer2
CORRESPONDENCE: The Stoke Labour Church (Herbert J. Higginson); London and Socialism (T.J. Pitt); Rally to the Centre (Win. G. Veals); “The Legal Subjection of Men” (Herbert Burrows); Some Confusing Ideas (“One in the Dark”); On Organisation (Charles Wilson)10

23 OCTOBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
A Candle in Europe. By E. Belfort Bax6
A CARTOON:
The Last Word on the Budget8
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Bishops, Priests and Socialism. By Edward Hartley3
David Dexter. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
Our Women’s Circle5
A Liberal M.P. on the Budget. By B. Morrison5
The Assassination of Ferrer: Demonstration in Trafalgar Square – March to the Spanish Embassy. By H.W.6
Twelve Hours’ Agony (from “l'Humanité” 7
Letters from J. O'Grady, M.P., and Frank Colebrook8
Great Demonstration at Birmingham 8
Welsh Notes8
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
The International: Elections in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: “The Legal Subjection of Men” (E. Belfort Bax); Why Oppose the Budget? (J. Finn); More Police Confiscation (A Free Englishman); The Suffragists and the Socialist Movement (Thomas W. Morris); Denominational Education (H.W.B. Mackay)10

30 OCTOBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Socialist Party and the Survival of the Inquisition. By A.S. Headingley6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Manufacturing Crime in Russia. By Selina B. Kahan3
From a Russian Prison. Letter from P.S.3
David Dexter. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
Our Women’s Circle: Franchise Fancies (Dora B. Montefiore); Our Visit to the Baths (From One who Went and Enjoyed it)5
Shows in Showland: “Smith” and Mr. Somerset Maugham. By P.P.H.5
The Reckoning Begins. By Guy Bowman6
The “Red Flag” or the Red Herring? By Ben Tillett7
The Power of the Press. By S.T.7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
A Red World-Wire Imperative. By Charles N.L. Shaw8
The International: The German Party (J.B. Askew); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: The Universities for All (S.F. Whitlock and W.F. Hay); Why Oppose the Budget? (A J. Purnell and T.G. Kirkby); “The Legal Subjection of Men” (Herbert Burrows); Police Brutality on the 17th (S.B.K.); etc 10

6 NOVEMBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
A Labour Victory6
SPECIAL ARTICLE:
The “New Liberal” Humbug. By K. Kautsky3
David Dexter, Socialist. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
My Note-Book. By Frank Colebrook 4
Our Woman’s Circle: “A Dismal Warren of Social Wretchedness” (D.B.M.)5
Topical Tattle. By Tattler5
The House of Commons and the Country. By H.M. Hyndman6
Ferrer the Martyr. By Amilcare Cipriani 7
On Ferrer’s Death and the Meeting in Trafalgar Square. Verses by P.C. Darby7

Montjuich, October 13, 1909. Verses by G.W.S.

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Fight On! By S.T.7
The Confiscation of “Justice"7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
Shows in Showland. By Agnes Bain 8
The International: German Elections (J.B. Askew); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Socialists and Clericalism (F.J. Gould); Cruel Sport at Cambridge (Henry S. Salt); A Socialist Daily (H. Brittle, A.E. Wachter, and “British Socialist”); The Suffrage (Wilfrid L. Armstrong); A Useful Suggestion (H.B. Samuels); The “Right to Work” (E.F.H.) 10

13 NOVEMBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
Social-Democracy and Political Reform: By H. Quelch6
SPECIAL ARTICLE:
The Bookshop; Israel Querido’s “Toil of Man"3
The Socialist Triumph in Haggerston3
David ‘Circle: D.B.M. on The Feeding of the School-Children, and Adult Suffrage: The Question of Public Baths (L. Scarlett) 5
“A Martyr of the Priests: Francesco Ferrer, his Life and Work.” By F.H. Gorle 5
Train Talks: Incentives. By Edward Hartley6
The International Socialist Bureau7
The “Justice” Fund. By S.T.7
How to Push “Justice.” By Sampson Bakewell7
Copy of Letter sent to London Liberal Papers. By Ben Tillett7
Parliamentary Notes, By Odyss.8
The International: The Rising Tide of the German Party, J.B. Askew) etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – “A Labour Victory” (W.T. Clayton); The Suffragists’ Prison Treatment (Bernard L. Myer); London and Socialism (H.G. Simon’s); A Socialist Daily (A.E. Wachter); The Closing of a Footpath (R.E. Dale) etc. 10

20 NOVEMBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
What it Socialism? By H. Quelch6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Shows in Showland. By P.P.H.3
David Dexter, Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
Life and Death in Southwark4
Our Women’s Circle The Wiles of the Anti-Socialist (D.B.M.); Report of Socialist Women’s Bureau etc, 5 King Manuel and the Situation in Portugal. By Ignotus 6
A Daily “Justice.” By S. T.7
The Million Shillings Fund. By Ben Tillett7
The-Man in the Street: High Rates, Officialism, and Socialism. By Edward Hartley8
The Positive Achievements of the German Movement (J.B. Askew); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Lady Suffragist Agitation (H.W. Lovett); If Social-Democrats were in Power. (W. Tillotson); “Suppression” (Herbert Burrows); Tom Mann. Reception Committee (Ben Tillett); The Bermondsey Bye-Election (M. Poznainski and G.L. Rowbotham); Independent Labour(?) (Fred. Raper); The Wimbledon Public Library (H. Gogay)10

27 NOVEMBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
“Down with the House of Lords!"6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
English Pharaoh Policy in India. By H.M. Hyndman1
David Dexter; Socialist: Serial Story by Henry Baxter.4
In Memory of William Morris (with illustration) 4
Our Women’s Circle: Socialism, an Allegory (Mary E. Boyd); Report of Adult Suffrage Society (D.B.M.)5
Shows In Showland: The Censorship Report (P.P.H.); Two Plays (Agnes Bain)5
A Socialist Emigrant5
A Socialist Fiscal Policy. By J. Kottgen 6
The Lord Mayor’s ‘Prentice, Mr. Appleton, and a Slander. By E.C. Fairchild7
The Child of our Class. By S.T.7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
Spanish Liberalism. By Harmel and A. Naqet8
The International: Germany and England (J.B. Askew), etc9
CORRESPONDENCE:
The Constitutional. Issue (J.W. McLean); The Lady Suffragist Agitation (T. James Fisher and H.T. Aldridge); Prison Treatment of suffragettes (A.J. Marriott); A Socialist World-Wire (Donald B. Campbell); Divisions at Coventry (T.J. Harris); Tom Mann’s Visit (Tom Mann)10

4 DECEMBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
Socialism in the House of Lords! By Fred Knee6
CARTOON: Forcible Feeding and Forced Starvation7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Snowstorms: A Remedy for Unemployment By R.C. Morrison3
David Dexter, Socialist. Serial Story. By Henry Baxter4
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Our Women’s Circle; Woman, ‘Comrade arts lkital (Eugtoe V. Debs4
Should Socialists Join the Labour Party? Debate between J. Maclachan and E.R. Hartley5
The Betrayal of the Transvaal Indians. By L.W. Ritch7
For “Justice” By S.T.7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
Shows In Showland: “Beethoven” (Agnes Bain); “Don” at the Criterion (P.P.H.)8
The International: The Past Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE:
The Lady Suffragist Agitation (H.W. Lovett); Act 43 of Elizabeth (Charles J.A. Robinson); A Parallel (Provincial); Who are the Worst Rulers? (F. Williams); To Branch Secretaries (W.R. Shier); A Few Errors (Edith Swift); The Tom Mann Reception Committee (Ben Tillett)10

11 DECEMBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
A Plea for Unity6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
David Dexter. Serial “Story, by Henry Baxter4
International Landlordism in America By A. Tierce4
Our Women’s Circle: The Political Comedy, with Verses, “The Lost Lords” D.B.M.; Women Workers in Italy; The Question of Public Baths (One Who Went and Enjoyed it)5
Diaz, Czar of Mexico. By M.L.5
In the Grip of Monopoly6
The House of Lords; A Stage Fight By Ben Tillett7
The Socialist Press. By Eugene V. Debs7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
Shows in Showland: The Stage Society (Agnes Bain); “The Importance of Being Earnest” P.P.H.); “The Servant in the House"8
The International The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Suffragist Agitation (W. Burnett); How to Abolish the Second Chamber (H.W.B. Mackay); The Lords and Vagrants (End or Mend); Alderman E.R. Hartley for East Bradford (Harry Clegg); A Socialist Daily (A.E. Wachter)10

18 DECEMBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Great Fight!6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Notes for Young Socialists. By Wm. F.B.3
David Dexter, Socialist. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
Comrade Jim. Poem by David Vernon Grey4
Our Women’s Circle: Adult Suffrage, Democracy (D.B.M.), etc.5
Shows in Showland: “The Blue Bird,” “Peter Pan,” and Pantomime (P.P.H.)5
Edward’s Second Parliament. By Odyss6
A Christmas Festival (with illustration – a View of the International Bazaar)7
Can the Worker be Robbed under a System of Free Exchange? By A.P. Hazell8
Scottish Notes. By J.B. MacNab8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew), etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Suffragist Tactics (T. James Fisher); The House of Lords (E. Wynwood Higgins); Socialism and the Drama (Duncan MacDougall); The Lesser Evil (Indignant); Petty Tyranny at Glasgow (J. Austin); Grahamising in the British Post Office (M. M. Coutts and G.P.O.); Our Manifesto (E.J.B. Kirtlan)10

25 DECEMBER, 1909

LEADING ARTICLE:
Liberal Hypocrisy Once More6
ELECTION CAMPAIGN 1
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Socialist Fundamentals: A Reply. By Russell Thomson3
David Dexter, Socialist. Serial Story By Henry Baxter4
Our Women’s Circle. To Men and Women Comrades (D.B.M.), etc5
An Armed Nation is Always a Free Nation. By Victor Berger5
A Merry Christmas! Edward Hartley7
Enslaved Mexico. By Guy Bowman7
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew), etc.9
To the Man in the Street10
CORRESPONDENCE: – Our Policy (A. Kenworthy); How to Vote? Poznamski); The Hereditary Principle (H.W.B. Mackay); A Protest (M. Bridges Adams); A Welcome (G.L. Rowbotham); The Last Residence of Marx (G.D.); Socialism and the Drama (H.B. Samuels)10

1 JANUARY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
1909 – and After By Fred Knee6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Enigma Blatchford: An Open Letter. By Robert Edmondson3
Socialism: A Dream. By Fred Raper 3
David Dexter, Socialist. Serial Story. By Henry Baxter4
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Our Women’s Circle: New Year Greetings; The Writings of John Davidson D.B.M.); Public Baths (Emma Boyce)5
Shows in Showland: Crime on the Stage (Agnes Bain); A Spectacular Play (P.P.H.)5
Grahamising in the British Post Office6
The Crimes of Liberalism. By Tom Quelch7
The Bazaar9
The Naked Truth By William Restelle Shier10
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Lesser Evil (A.J. Marriott and D.B.M.); Abolish the Living-in System (Jas. Macpherson); “Justice” and Mr. Robert Blatchford (John Ferguson and C.F.); Is Luxury a Form of Exploitation? (B.N.M.); Help the Party (Val. McEntee); Greetings from our Veteran Comrade Lessner 10

8 JANUARY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
What to do with your Vote6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Election Campaign1 & 7
Church Socialist League General Election Manifesto3
David Dexter, Socialist. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
The Enigma Blatchford. An Open Letter. – II. By Robert Edmondson 4
Topical Tattle. By Tattler5
Our Women’s Circle: “The Failure of Compromise” (D.B.M.); Public Baths (One Who Went and Enjoyed
it); etc.5
Victimisation at Huntley and Palmer’s at Reading. By L.E. Quelch 6
The Crimes of Toryism. By Tom Quelch8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Sham Attack on the Lords (George C. Swanson); Wholesale Robbery (Fred Sedgwick); The Lesser Evil (Indignant); “Grahamising” (H.W.B. McKay and Mrs. Coutts); The Haggerston Election (Young Socialist Leaguer); Social Democrats and Ruskin College (J. Owen); Father Christmas on Socialist Sunday Schools (George Bennett); Mauled by a Lion (Edith Carrington)10

15 JANUARY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Claims of the Social-Democrats. By Fred Knee6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Final Rally: Messages from H.M. Hyndrnan and others1
John Burns on Liberalism3
A Child’s Natural Death. By A.W. Humphrey3
David Dexter, Socialist: Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
An Open Letter to Sir William Bull. By Demos4
Our Women’s Circle: – The Fight for Free Speech inAmerica, etc. (D.B.M.; The Circles (Clara S. Hendin and Annie E. Ker)5
An Englishman’s Home: Shall We Abolish It? By Harry Luckhurst5
Fragment from an Unfinished Drama. By Walter Crane 6
Cotton, Free Trade and Tariff Reform. By Robert Horsfield 7
Shows in Showland: A Play at a Music Hall. By P.P.H.7
The Enigma Blatchford. An Open Letter. – III. By Robert Edmondson8
Scottish Notes. By J.B. McNab8
The International; The Prussian Social-Democratic Conference (J.B. Askew); etc.9
The Movement in Canada9
The Queen’s Hall Meeting. Letter by Dr. Eder9
CORRESPONDENCE: – A Word from Ben Tillett; A Repudiation (Richard J. Childs); The Socialist Vote (G.G. Sharp); The Lesser Evil (E.J. Broom and M.A.R.); Re “The Enigma, Robert Blatchford” (Amy Nelson)10

23 JANUARY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Why We Lost. By Fred Knee6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Expropriation of Tradesmen By Fredk. W. Tod2
MacDonald’s Treachery. Letters by Ben Tillett, J.H. John, and J.R. MacDonald6
David Dexter. Serial Story. by Henry Baxter4
Our Women’s Circle: On Burnley; Upton Sinclair on the Present-Day Condition of the Workers (D.B.M.)5
Types of Democracy: Socialist Parson. Verses by Rose E. Sharland5
The Bread Problem at Budapest5
Socialists and National Defence. By A.H.M.R.7
The Higher Life. By David Adams8
The International: The Week in Germany. (J.B. Askew)9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Enigma Blatchford (John S. Clarke); Mr. Blatchford’s Articles (J. Frederick Green); The Socialist Vote (Frank Colebrook); The Lib.-Lab. Alliance (J. Hall and others); The Labour Party Levy (S.D.P. Trade Unionist); The Socialist May-Day Pageant (W.V. Stanbury) 10

30 JANUARY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Lessons of the Elections: Exit Labourism, Enter Social-Democracy6
CARTOON:
Unemployed – Too Old at Forty7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The End of the New Liberalism3
David Dexter. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
The Position in the Far East.4
Our Women’s Circle. By D.B.M.5
Topical Tattle. By Tattler5
The Close of the Poll at Burnley. By H.M. Hyndman7
North Aberdeen. By T. Kennedy7
The Fight at Carlisle. By A.C. Bannington7
Brightside for Socialism. By Charles Lapworth7
Two Election Addresses (H.M. Hyndman and J.R. MacDonald)8
The International: The Impressions of a Quasi-Foreigner on the English Elections (J.B Askew); etc.9
Shows in Showland. By P.P.H 12
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Labour Party’s Voluntary Levy (A.F. Young); The Brotherly Love Party (G. Mahon); Mr. Blatchford’s Articles (M.D. Eder); The Socialist Vote (H.A.S.); Our Election Policy (J. Williams);Unequal Voting Districts (J.H.); Karl Marx’s House (G.D.); Police Rowdyism (John Dawson)10

5 FEBRUARY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Foreign Socialists and the British Labour Party. By H.M. Hyndman6
CARTOON
The Moth and the Candle7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
A French View of Keir Hardie. By G.B.3
David. Dexter Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
Our Women’s Circle: – The Present-Day Psychological Influence of Women (D.B.M.); etc.5
Topical Tattle. By Tattler5
The End of the War Scare6
After the Battle: Some Comments. By Ben Tillett7
The Electoral Machine Defects and Remedies. By Fred Knee7
Anticipation, Disappointment, and Hope Triumphant. By Frank H. Edwards8
Social-Democracy and Henry Georgeism. By W.G. Veals8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); An Austrian View of the Situation (“Arbeiter Zeitung”); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE:
The Socialist Vote (Stanley Briggs, “One of the Rank and File,” Nellie Bloodworth, T. Stanley Mercer); Tweedledum and Tweedledee (H.W.B. Mackay); The Durham Miners’ Dispute; Personal Liberty in Danger (Mrs. Coutts)10

12 FEBRUARY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
British Infamy in India. By H.M. Hyndman6
CARTOON:
John Bull’s Little Joke7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Bookshop “Poor Law Reform”; “Crime and Criminals”; “Socialism and the Ideal"3
David Dexter Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
Henrik Ibsen on the General Election. By Robert David Williamson 4
Our Women’s Circle: God’s Poor (D.B.M.), etc.5
Haggerston. By Herbert Burrows5
Types of Democracy: The Crank (Poem) By Rose E. Sharland5
Dodging Destiny? By Fred Knee6
The Electoral Machine – Defects and Remedies. By Fred Knee7
The Russian Revolution and Counter-Revolution. By Peter P—7
Social-Democracy and Henry George-ism (continued from last week). By W.G. Veals7
The Socialist Vote. By J. Maclean8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew), etc.9
Death of Ben Hanford. By T.Q.10
The Shows in Showland: The Strong People (P.P.H.)12
CORRESPONDENCE:— Socialism or Fiscalism (A. Cobb); Socialism and the Labour Party (J. Littlefield and J. Phipps); Socialism and Armaments (J.F.); Matters Military (Robert Edmondson); The Cretan Question (B. Simmons, jun.); Philanthropic Hare-Hunting (T.C.); The Treatment of the Alleged Insane (Mrs. Anne Barnett); To Branches in Want of Funds (J. Miller)10

19 FEBRUARY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Labour Party at Newport6
CARTOON: Labour Exchanges7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Russian Revolution and Counter-Revolution. – II. By Peter P—.3
Labour Party Discipline: Stephen Walsh and Eccles3
David Dexter, Serial Story. By Henry Baxter4
Our Women’s Circle: Unemployment among Women (D.B. M.); Public Laundries (Marguerite Stubbing)5
Topical Tattle. By Tattler5
The Conference: Some Notes. By Ben Tillett6
The Electoral Machine: Defects and Remedies. By Fred. Knee7
The Great Betrayal. By E. Wynwood Higgins7
What Should We do with Our Votes? By H. Quelch8
The International: Electoral Reform in Prussia. (J.B. Askew); etc.9
Shows in Showland. By P.P.H.12
CORRESPONDENCE: – Independent Candidates – Labourist and Socialist (H.M. Hyndman); The Labour Party Conference (F.S. Button); “The Lib.-Lab. Alliance” (J. Hall and others, with letter by T.D. Benson); The Fabians and Haggerston (H.G.S.); Jingoism in the Socialist Movement (J. Macpherson), Anti-Socialist Ammunition (T.W Gowland); Anti-Socialists and the Home (Sir William Bull, M.P.)10

26 FEBRUARY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Liberal Humbug and Bluster Once More Exposed6
Portrait of August Bebel7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss2
Pete Curras, By Ben Tillett3
David Dexter. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
Scottish Notes. By J.B. McNab4
Our Women’s Circle: Bebel’s Seventieth Birthday, etc. (D.B.M.).5
The Great Betrayal – (Concluded). By E. Wynwood Higgins5
The Welsh Betrayal. By Argus6
The Labour Exchanges Fraud. Meeting in Trafalgar Square7
The Electoral Machine: Defects and Remedies7
Topical Tattle. By Tattler 8
What Should We Do with our Votes. Letters from Frank Colebrook and S.F. Fisher8
The International: Street Demonstrations in Berlin (J.B. Askew), etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – “Jingoism in the Socialist Movement” (“A Lover of Peace” and Robert Edmondson); Social-Democracy and March 18 (Henry F. Northcote); Anti-Socialists and the Home (S.H. Stanley); Social-Democracy and the Trade Unions (W.H. Heaney); Order out of Chaos (F. Alford); Socialism and Fiscalism (F. Hoyle); Is a Sailor’s Life Worth Living (A.G.) 10

5 MARCH, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Labour’s Misplaced Trust6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
David Dexter, Socialist, Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
The Labour Party’s Fatal Mistake. Letter by W. Thorne, M.P.4
Our Women’s Circle: Problems of Divorce, (D.B.M.)5
At the Theatre. By P.P.H.5
The Ethics of the Charlesworth Incident. By Ben Tillett6
The Electoral Machine: Defects and Remedies. By Fred Knee7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
The Russian Revolution and Counter-Revolution, III By Peter P— 8
What Should We Do with our Vote? Several Letters 8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.9
The Coming Guardians’ Election: By A.A. Watts12
CORRESPONDENCE: – Feminine Idiosyncracies (Zelda Kahan); Anti-Socialists and the Home (Sir William Bull, M.P.); Karl Marx’s House (Geo. H.V. Rose); The Human Nature of Socialists (W. Bassham); Fabian Electoral Policy (S.D. Shallard) 10

12 MARCH, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
On the Real issue6
CARTOON: It Keeps the Flies Off7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Manifesto of the Social-Democratic Members of the Russian Duma Against the Visit of the French Parliamentarians3
David Dexter: Serial Story. By Henry Baxter4
Frank Smith, L.C.C., and Lambeth. Letter from Robert Williams4
Our Women’s Circle: A Socialist, as Usual, Points the Way. etc. (D.B.M.)5
Topical Tattle. By Tattler5
Labour Addresses in Wales: Socialism and Welsh Nonconformity. By Argus6
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
The Class War in America. By Tom Quelch7
What should we do with our Votes? Letters by T. Stanley Mercer, E.W. Spackman, J. Bines and T.G. Kirkby8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – “Feminine Idiosyncracies” (Frank Colebrook, Zelda Kahan and F.J. Gould); Anti-Socialists and the Home (A.H.M. Robertson, Caroline S. Ganley and T. Booth); The Word of Promise (T. Anderton); “Practical” Politics (Claude H. Adams); A Sailor’s Life (H. Smith); Payment of Members and Election Expenses (E.J. Thorne) 10

19 MARCH, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Paralysis of Parliament: An Appeal to the People. (The Executive Council of the S.D.P.6
CARTOON: Love at First (?) Sight7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Topical Tattle: By Tattler3
David Dexter Serial Story. By Henry Baxter4
Socialists and Free Love 4
Women’s Circle: A Word about Poetry (D.B.M.); The Fifth Annual Report of Women’s Circles5
“Babushka” By Tom Quelch5
Welsh Labour Addresses: The Budget and Leasehold Enfranchisement. By Argus6
The Social Dis-Service Movement. By Ben Tillett7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss7
The Electoral Machine: Defects and Remedies. By Fred Knee8
What should we do with Our Votes? (H.O. Ottewell and D.C. Sweeting)8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); A German View of “Social-Liberalism” (from “Vorwaerts”); etc.9
At the Theatre: “The Madras House” at the Repertory Theatre; “The Tenth Man” at the Globe. By P.P.H.12
CORRESPONDENCE:— The Gaggers (E. Belfort Bax, W. Burnett, and H.L. Woods); “Anti-Socialists and the Home” (Sir William Bull); The Sentence on Gustave Hervé (Arthur Rose); Victor Grayson’s Appeal (F.B. Silvester)10

26 MARCH, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Preparing to Smash the Lords: “The Importance of Being Earnest"6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Bookshop: Hervé’s “My Country Right or Wrong"3
Ledebour’s Speech on Naval Policy4
“Cabbages and Kings.” By Frank Colebrook4
Our Women’s Circle: The Coming General Election; Women’s Activity in Public Work; The Adult Suffrage Society, (D.B.M.)5
Topical Tattle. By Tattler5
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss6
The Russian Revolution and Counter-Revolution.— IV, By Peter P—7
The Electoral Machine Defects and Remedies. By Fred Knee8
What should we do with our Votes? (M. G., Will Hughes. Wm. Johnson)8
International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc9
At the Theatre: The Triple Bill at the Repertory Theatre. By P.P.H.12
CORRESPONDENCE:— Jingoism in the Socialist Movement (Jas. Macpherson); A Denial (George Lansbury) Bax Again (Herbert Burrows); The Municipal Reformer (Fred Raper); Our Vindictive Game Laws (Joseph Collinson); Aberdeen Branch – An Appeal (G.A. Fraser)10

2 APRIL, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Our Thirtieth Annual Conference6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Rake’s Progress and the Betrayal of the Workhouse Inmate by Labour3
David Dexter. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
Our Women’s Circle (D.B.M.); Election of Women’s Committee5
Topical Tattle. By Tattler5
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss6
Our Annual Conference7, 8, & 12
The International: Notes from the German Trade Unions (J.B. Askew); etc. 9
CORRESPONDENCE:— Anti-Socialist Misrepresentation, (Sir William Bull); Sir Dyce Duckworth and Flogging (Joseph Collinson); Manchester District S.R.C. (George Simpson)10

9 APRIL, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Are we in Danger of Famine?6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Bookshop: John A. Hobson’s “Crisis of Liberalism"3
Contrasts. By Peter P.-3
David Dexter, Socialist. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
The Connah’s Quay Dispute. By A. Pugh4
Our Women’s Circle: Anti-Socialists5
The Fate of the Mexican People. By M.L.5
By the Way6
Educational Endowments: An Appeal to Co-operators: Letter by Will Thorne, M.P.6
The Welsh Advance: An Opening Engagement. By Argus7
“Take up Thy Bed and Walk” By J. Hunter Watts7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
Club Cracks. By Lachie8
The International: Constitutional and other Questions in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.9
At the Theatre: “Hedda Gabler” at the Ibsen Club; ballet at the Empire. By P.P.H.12
CORRESPONDENCE:— Mr. Woods’ Logic (E. Belfort Bax. Catherine C. Davidson); The Miners’ Eight Hours Act (Sir William Bull): Jingoism in the Socialist Movement (A Lover of Peace): Another Letter to Pa (XYZ Branch): Tom Mann’s Return (Ben Tillett); “The Scuttling of Dreadnoughts” (Charles N. Shaw)10

16 APRIL, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Irish Stew 6
CARTOON: To the Guillotine7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Scottish Notes. By Jonathan Oldbuck3
David Dexter. Serial Story by Henry Baxter.4
The Revolt of the Bradford Woolcmbers. By C.A. Glyde4
Our Women’s Circle: Pageants; the Parliamentary Representatives of Labour (D.B.M.); Blackburn Women’s Circle 5
Topical Tattle. By Tattler.5
Lessons of Mid-Glamorgan: The Need of Class Loyalty. By Argus7
The Electoral Machine: Defects and Remedies. By Fred Knee7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc 9
At the Theatre: “The Rivals” at the Lyric. By P.P.H.12
CORRESPONDENCE:— Socialism and Marriage (Sir William Bull); Pig-Heads and Cabbages (D.C. Sweeting); Is Socialism Atheism? (Rev. James Adderley) Educational Endowments (Co-operator); Woman Suffrage (H.B. Samuels); At the Theatre: A Correction (P.P.H.) A United Socialist Party (Edmontonian); A Disclaimer (E. Halkett); A Compliment (F. Bowker)10

23 APRIL, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Labour Representation6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Story of Shoreditch3
The Making of the Brute. Verses by Henry S. Salt3
David Dealer. Serial Story by Henry Baxter 4
Theatre “Prunella” at the Repertory Theatre. By P.P.H.4
Our Women’s Circle: The Midwives Bill and Poor Law Relief, etc. (D.B.M.)5
The Labour Victory in Australia. By Ben Tillett5
The Case of Woolwich. Letter by J.A. Smith7
Anti-Socialist Nonconformity: An Open Letter to a Welsh Nonconformist Minister. By Argus7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
Hyndman on The Alternative Policy8
The International: The Week in Germany J.B. Askew) etc8
The Woolcombers’ Revolt. By C.A. Glyde – Conclusion9
CORRESPONDENCE:— Socialism and Marriage (Sir William Bull and J.B. Askew); A Reply to Bax (H.L. Woods); The Chiswick Contest (V. McConnell); Socialism and Religion (A. Chesham)10

30 APRIL, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Parting of the Ways By H.M. Hyndman6
CARTOONS: Socialism Fights the Dragons. By the Brothers Warbis5
A Posy for May-Day, and a Poser for Britannia. By Walter Crane9
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Our Women’s Circle: The State Maintenance of Child-Bearing Mothers, and Au Revoir (D.B.M.), etc.3
Some Reflections on the International Movement. By E. Belfort Bax3
The Proletarian Movement in Spain. By Pablo Iglesias3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
At the Theatre: Russian Dancers, with a Postscript on Music Halls. By P.P.H.4
Scottish Notes. By Jonathan Oldbuck4
David Dexter, Socialist. Serial Story by Henry Baxter6
The First of May and the Elections in France. By Edouard Valliant7
Socialists, Unite! By Lady Warwick7
“Fraternal-Democracy” By Th. Rothstein10
A May-Day Message. Verses by Rose E. Sharland10
The Possibilities of Labour Exchanges. By Zelda Kahan11
What is Socialism?11
Speeches by “The People’s Friend”: On “King, Lords and Commons"12
The Capture of Milwaukee. By Victor L. Berger12

May-Day, 1910. Verses by G.W.S.

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The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); Peter Bowling, Australian Miners’ Leader (Ben Tillett); etc.13
The Case of Woolwich. Letter by W. Barefoot14
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss16
CORRESPONDENCE:— A Cheery Letter from Newcastle (T. Kerr); Jonathan Oldbuck and the Glasgow District Council (G.D.C. Official); Disputes between Unions (A. Hewitt and Jas. MacPherson)14

7 MAY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The French Socialist Victory and its Moral6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
International Manifesto on Finland3
Dexter, Socialist. Serial Story by Baxter4
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
Our Women’s Circle: The Angel of the Revolution (Mary E. Boyd); Spring and the Working Girl (Pauline M. Neuman)5
Why Colin Veitch is a Socialist: Interview with the Cup Winners’ Captain5
Belgium and the International. Letter from C. Huysmans6
Huge Demonstration on Labour Day in Paris. By J. Hunter Watts7
War Drums in Wales: The Fiery Cross of Socialism. By Argus7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
At the Theatre: Music-Drama. By P.P.H.8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.9
British Cotton-Growing Association. By Robert Horsfield12
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Workers’ Educational Association (W. Thorne);Woman Suffrage (H.B. Samuels); Socialism and Free Love (Sir William Bull); The Trouble at Deptford (M. Bridges Adams); The Chiswick Election (Wm. J. McDonald); Questions at Meetings (Edward Hartley); Manchester May-Day Demonstration (Paul Deakin)10

14 MAY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Social-Democracy and the Monarchy5
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
An Opn Letter to the Duke of Devonshire. By Hobart3
David Dexter, Socialist. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
Our Wamenes Circle: From the Other Side (D.B.M.): The Feminist Movement in France (D.B.) 5
The Best of the Socialists – Who are They? By E.R. Hartley5
The Electoral Machine: Defects and Remedies. By Fred Knee7
Welsh Noneonlormist Calumnies: The Seamy Side of Churchianity, By Argus7
In the Wilderness – or Bondage, By Ben Tillett8
The Crisis in the Cotton Trade. By Alice Hart8
Differences of Opinion8
The International: Notes from Germany (J.B. Askew); Electoral Victories in France and Spain9
Scottish Notes. By Jonathan Oldbuck12
CORRESPONDENCE: – Woods on Women (E. Belfort Bax); Feminine Idiosyncracies (Evacustes A. Phipson); The Trouble at Deptford (Howell Davies)10

21 MAY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Late King, Monarchism and “Blood Royal.” By H.M. Hyndman6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Bookshop: Chesterton’s “Party and People.”3
David Dexter, Socialist. Serial Story by Henry Baxter4
A Challenge to Sir William Bull. By Nixon To the Members of the Hereditary Chamber (with Cartoon). By the Brothers Warbis5
The Whitehaven Tragedy: At the Pit’s Mouth; Letters from J. Hunter Watts and E.W. Rumbold7
The Outlook. By H.J. Stenning7
A Parisian Election Meeting. By Daisy Bridgman8
Topical Tattle. By Tattler8
The International: The Week in Germany (JB. Askew); The Elections in France (Ed. Valliant)9
The Cotton-Growing Swindle. By Robert Horsfield12
CORRESPONDENCE:— Woman Suffrage (H.L. Woods and Zelda Kahan); The Secret Service Fund (A. Ecob); Socialist Unity; The Anti-Socialists (B. Morrison): The Copenhagen Congress (A. Grundy); An Esperantist Congress (H. Fryer); A Socialist Choir for Birmingham (Frank Murray)10

28 MAY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Great Political Sham Fight6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
At the Theatre: “Chains” By P.P.H.2
The Bookshop: “Public Opinion on Socialism"3
Topical Tattle. By Tattler3
David Dexter, Socialist. Serial Story by Henry Baxter. (Conclusion.)4
“Mining Royalties.” Verses by W.B. Northrop4
Our Women’s Circle. By Mrs. D.B. Montefiore Mrs. Montefiore in New York. From the “Call"5
A Rebel Manifesto. From the “Bande Mararam"5
Welsh Nonconformist Fallacies: Socialism and Christianity. By Argus7
The Labour Exchanges Fraud7
How to go to Copenhagen and What it will Cost. By A. S. Headingley and W.S. Sanders8
Tom Mann at St. James’s Hall8
Scottish Notes. By Jonathan Oldbuck8
The International: German Notes (J.B Askew), etc.9
The Cotton-Growing Swindle. By Robert Horsfield12
CORRESPONDENCE: – Bax the Censor (H.L. Woods); Woman Suffrage (H.B. Samuels and Rose Trask)10

4 JUNE, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Death in the Mine. By J.L. Rees6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Scottish Notes. By Jonathan Oldbuck3
At the Theatre. By P.P.R.4
The French Electoral System By Daisy Bridgman4
Types of Democracy. – V. The Enthusiast.Verses by Rose E. Sharland4
Our Women’s Circle: Woman’s National Committee of the U.S.A. Socialist Party5
“Gold and Wages"6
Resurgam! By Cnnninghame Graham7
Russia in Finland. By P.P. Howe8
The Political Parson in Wales. By Argus8
The International , The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.9
British Cotton-Growing Swindle. By Robert Horsfield10
CORRESPONDENCE: – Social-Democrats and the King Nonsense (A.C. Bannington and A.J. Bywell); Socialism and Nonconformity (Elizabeth Seaton); The Australian Labour Party (Tom Glossop); Re Woods (E. Belfort Bax); Copenhagen (A. Grundy); Open Letter to Mr. Roosevelt10

11 JUNE, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Votes for (some) Women6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Bookshop: “How to save England”; Political Democracy3
Russia and Finland. By Peter P. 3
Train Talks: Why Socialists don’t hand their Property over to the State. By Edward Hartley4
The Political Situation in South Wales: Young Liberals’ “Food for Powder.” By Argus4

Our Women’s Circle: The United States Socialist National Conference of 1910. By Dora B. Montefiore

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Twentieth Century Press Annual Meeting5
Whitehaven and After. By W. Lee7
A Shameful History The English in Egypt7
The Loss of the S.S, Thistlemor. By J. Watts Treasure8
At the Theatre: Irish Plays and Players; “Civil War” at the Stage Society. By P.P.H.8
The International “Men of Power in Germany” (J.B. Askew); etc.9
Conciliation in the Cotton Trade. By Robert Horsfield12
CORRESPONDENCE: – Radicals and Socialists (A.J. Marriott); Socialism and Free Trade (E.J. Lamel): C.S.L. and “Votes for Women” (Conrad Noel and Cecil Chesterton); Criminal Appeal: Greater Powers Wanted (James Timewell); Funds for the Movement (F.W. Hesse)10

18 JUNE, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Crisis in Egypt and How to Solve it. By Th. Rothstein6
CARTOON: Where’s the Cannon Flesh?7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Bookshop “Sociology,” etc.3
Third-Class Delegates at Copenhagen By A.S Headingley3
Slavery on the Rand. By E.G. Lamb4
A Settlement (?) of the Scotch Miners’ Wages Question. By Robert Small4
Free Trade and Tariffs: An Open Letter to Mr. Ezra Waterhouse, M.P. (Fritz Danziger) Letter by T.W.A. Bagley 5 Parliamentary Notes By Odyss5
Conciliation in the Cotton Trade By Robert Horsfield (Continued)7
Paris and its Open Spaces By Daisy Bridgman8
The International: “German Liberalism” (J.B. Askew); etc.9
At the Theatre By P.P.H.12
CORRESPONDENCE:
Mr. Mansbridge’s Memorial on University Education (Will Thorne); Welsh Nonconformists and Socialism (W.F. Phillips and “Converted”); Socialism and Sects (Zelda Kahan and Editorial reply)10

25 JUNE, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Is John Burns worth £5,000 a year? By John Jackson6
CARTOON: The Conceited Frog and the Bull. By the Brothers Warbis7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Bookshop: “Newaera”; Music and the Movement3
At the Theatre3
Furious Labourists Dislike the Truth. By H. Quelch4
Conciliation in the Cotton Trade. By Robert Horsfield – (Continued)4
The Torture of Horses in Coal Mines. By Gwalia4
A Call for the Sinews of War. By John Scurr5
The Skirmish in Wales: A Lead for a Welsh Minister By Argus5
Poor Law or Rich Law? By Th. Rothstein7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
Scottish Notes. By Jonathan Oldback8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.9
Slavery on the Rand. By E.G. Lamb – (Concluded)12
CORRESPONDENCE: – The S.D.P, and the Labour Party (J.B. Askew); Co-operators and Educational Endowments (Albert Mansbridge); Egyptian Policy (M.D. Eder); Votes for some Women (M. Small); The Civil List (West Central); The Copenhagen Congress (F. Winton and A. Grundy): etc.10

2 JULY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Humbugging the Suffragettes6
CARTOON: A Message of Love by the Little Father. By the Brothers Warbis7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Bookshop: John Wilson, Miners’ Leader; Upton Sinclair “Prince Hagen"3
The State of Affairs in the Argentine Republic3
Conciliation in the Cotton Trade. By Robert Horsfield – (Continued)4
Round About Paris. By Daisy Bridgman 4
Our Women’s Circle5
Types of Democracy. – VI. The Man at the Helm. Verses by Rose E. Sharland5
The S.D.P. and Marx and Engels. Letter by H.M. Hyndman5
The S.D.P. and the Labour party. Letter by J.B. Askew5
Are British Workmen Lazy? By Edward Hartley7
Parliamentary Notes By Odyss8
Welsh Notes. By Argus8
Egyptian Policy. By Th. Rothstein8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.9
At the Theatre. By P.P.H.12
CORRESPONDENCE: – “In Earnest” (W.G.A.); Votes for Some Women (Ethel Wedgewood); The Minority Report: A Challenge (George Lansbury10

9 JULY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Class Bias – and a Miscarriages of Justice6
CARTOON: When I became a Man. By B.V.S.7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Bookshop “The Strike Weapon” etc.3
“Finis Finlandiae” By A.S.3
The Skirmish in Wales. By the Rev. W.F. Phillips4
Out-Relief and the Payment of Rent. ByA.A. Watts4
Our Women’s Circle: The Women Comrades of America5
Blackpool’s Demand. By S. Jones5
The Coming of Communism: By H.M. Hyndman7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
Furious Labourists Again. By H. Quelch8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.9
Conciliation in the Cotton Trade. By Robert Horsfield – (Concluded)12
CORRESPONDENCE: – Votes for some Women (M. Small); “The Importance of Being Earnest” (T. Stanley Mercer and E. Atherton); “Another Socialist Bogey” (H.G. Wells); H. G. Wells and the “Daily Mail,” (H.W. Hobart); Our Faults (Joseph Nelson)10

16 JULY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The “Humdrum” Budget6
CARTOON: “You've been Had!"7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Marx, Engels – or Hyndman? By J.B. Askew3
The Welsh Skirmish. Argus’s Reply to the Rev. W.F. Phillips4
Open Letter to the I.L.P. in Reply to that addressed to the S.D.P. By John Jackson4
Our Women’s Circle: The Exploiters and Exploited. By Dora B. Montefiore5
The Annual Meeting of the General Federation of Trade Unions. By Ben Tillett5
A Policy for the Labour Party (from “Vorwaerts”)6
To Those who Wish to Enslave Finland. Poem by May Westoby6
The Workers’ Picnic Party. By F.S.7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
A Judicial Murder, By Daisy Bridgman8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Our Faults (Th. Rothstein); Pity the Sorrows of Poor Mr. Wells (A. Sympathiser with Mr. Wells); “For a Country Worth Defending” (J. Hunter Watts); “The Importance of Being Earnest” (T. Mackley); Feminism or Socialism? (Frank Tanner); The Larkin Case (Fred Bower)10
At the Theatre. By P.P.H.12

23 JULY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The White Terror in India: The Downward Career of Honest John Morley. By H.M. Hyndman6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Labourists’ Attack on Northampton. Letter by F.W. Roberts2
A Leader who does not Lead; Open Letter to Mabon, M.P.3
The Welsh Skirmish. By Rev. W.F. Phillips4
Should Social-Democrats support a “Big Navy"? By A.A. Watts4
Socialism and Labour in the United States: Interview with Miss Luella Twining5
Socialist Unity. Letter by E.J. Lamel5
The “Conciliation” Bill. By Dora B. Montefiore7
More about the Journey to Copenhagen By A. S. Headingley7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
If the Labour Party could Select a King? By Ben Tillett8
The International; The Socialist Movement in Austria and Revisionism in Baden (J.B. Askew); The Copenhagen Congress etc.9
The Minority Report and Popular Control. By Clifford D. Sharp12
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Johnson-Jeffries Prize Fight (J.F. Green); The Policy of the S.D.P. (Huw Menai); “Under Military Law” (James Henderson)10

30 JULY, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
More Liberal Hypocrisy: Pilfering from the Pensions. By A.A. Watts6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
This Outrage of International Law. By Bhikhaiji Rustom Cama3
A Decade of Free Trade Prosperity. By J. Watson4
The Welsh Skirmish. Argus replies to W.F. Phillips4
Our Women’s Circle: Germany (Clara Zetkin); Second International Conference of Socialist Women (Dora B. Montefiore)5
Shall we Face it Standing up or Lying Down? By H.M. Hyndman7
Train Talks: Practical Men or Dreamers? By Edward Hartley7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
Socialist Unity; Letters from the I.L.P., Fabians and S.D.P.8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew), etc.9
Welsh Notes. By Argus10
At the Theatre. By P.P.H.12
CORRESPONDENCE: – Marx and the Chartists (Th. Rothstein); Women and the Vote (Marguerite Stubbing); Feminism or Socialism? (Frank Tanner); The Churches and Democracy (A.J. Marriott); Should Socialists Support the Labour Party? (J. Watson); A Warning (Arthur Barnes)10

6 AUGUST, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Capitalism and the Family6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Bookshop, etc.3
Tom Mann and Newcastle3
Shall we Face it Standing Up or Lying Down? By J.B. Askew, A.J. Marriott and William W.B. Morgan 4
Political Tactics for the S.D.P. By H.F. Attlee4
Our Women’s Circle: The Meaning of Milwaukee (Dora B. Montefiore); The Work of Women’s Circles (Margaretta Hicks)5
Bleeding to Death7
Victor L. Berger. By Henry T. Jones7
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
The Welsh Skirmish. By W.F. Phillips8
The Socialist Crisis. By Fred. H. Gorle8
Free Speech at Hastings. By Alfred Cobb8
Murderous Gambling8
The International: Swiss Politics (J.B. Askew), etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Treatment of School Children (M.D. Eder); Thorne and the Police (E. Belfort Bax); Socialist Propaganda: the Need for Change (H.W. Inkpin); Cruelty in the Mine (Francis A. Cox); “Under Military Law” (Herbert J. Heskett); National Defence (J.F.), etc.10

13 AUGUST, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
A Wasted Session – and an Unready Labour Party6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
A Crisis among the Miners By Argus3
“Damn the Loom.” A True Story3
Milwaukee’s Mayor’s Home: Some of the Occupants Socialist Philosophy. By Henry T Jones4
Shall we Face it Standing Up or Lying Down? – Letters by H.M. Hyndman. A. Ecob, James Knott, H.W. Lee, W.F. Rean, G.A. Jones, and extract from “Vorwaerts"5
Song of the Flag. Verses by G.W.S.5
The Class Struggle By Tom Quelch6
The Fool and the Wise Man. B.W. Andersen6
£500 for the Party! Urgent Appeal7
Amongst the Philistines: Socialism and Machinery. By Edward Hartley8
The Education of Socialists. By Henry F. Northcote8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.9
The Welsh Pursuit (Argus); Letter by a Welsh Nonconformist Minister and Socialist10
Scottish Notes. By Jonathan Oldbuck12
Free Speech at Hastings. By Alfred Cobb12
CORRESPONDENCE: – Votes for Some Women (M. Small) How to Do it (A.W. Day); Socialist Unity (H.W.B. Mackay); Political Tactics for the S.D.P. (T.C. Davison) Free Speech at Hastings (R.) A Curious Incident (J. Gribble); An Appeal (W.K. de Swart)10

20 AUGUST, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
“The Final Solution.” By Dora B. Montefiore6
CARTOON;
Suggested Extension of the Children Act7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Luella Twining and Gaylord Wilshire in London2
The Welsh Pursuit. Letters by W.F. Phillips and L. Davies3
Democracy. By L. Belfort Bax4
The Seine at Paris. By Daisy Bridgman4
Sunday in our Suburb. By A Woman Who Works5
The Slave-Ship Poem by G.W.S.5
The Muddle-Through Politicians. By Ben Tillett5
Social-Democrats and a Big Navy. Hyndman’s letter to the “Morning Post”; Letters by Zelda Kahan, A. Cheatham, etc.7-8
Why not an Entente Cordiale with Germany? The “Vorwaerts” article8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); The Class Struggle in Germany (Tom Quelch); etc.9
The Socialist in the Park. By H.H.12
CORRESPONDENCE: – Education for Socialists (Osborne Graham); Free Speech at Hastings (A. Cobb); Votes for Some Women (Marguerite Stubbing); Tactics for the S.D.P. (Herbert F. Attlee); £500 for the Party (A. Inkpin, R. Moore, W.A. Woodroffe); Social and National Inequality (S. Skelhorn); Appeal for Dickman’s Widow (Thos. Kerr and John Lindaley)10

27 AUGUST, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Tyranny and Corruption of Liberal Bureaucracy By H.M. Hyndman6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Bookshop: Three Modern Seers Mrs Montefiore3
To Canvass or not to Canvass? By J.T. Parker3
Social-Democrats and a Big Navy. Letters by Th. Rothstein, J. Fredk Greene, E.C. Fairchild, James Lee, J.B. Askew, E.T. Facey, Amos Town, W.M. Hills and “Internationalist"4-5
When Spades are Trumps5
Among the Philistines. By E.R. Hartley7
Socialism Farthest North. By H. Quelch8
The Destruction of Family Life By David Adams8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); etc.9
The Classes (from the “Western Clarion”)10
The Welsh Pursuit: “Argus” and W.F. Phillips12
CORRESPONDENCE: – Votes for some Women (M. Small); The Trades Union Congress and University and Public School Endowments (W. Thorne); Humane Slaughtering (Joseph Collinson); The Brotherhood Association (F.L. Staff10

3 SEPTEMBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Short Cuts to Socialism. By John Jackson6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Bookshop: The Business Man’s Idea3
Social-Democrats and a Big Navy. Letters by H.M. Hyndman, Zelda Kahan, A. Ecob, and F.A. Young4
Private Property inTime of War on Land and on Sea. Letter by J. Sachse4-5
Bradford and her Children By G. Malton5
The Steady Growth of Trusts. By Alexander Sirnis5
The International Congress7
£500 for the Party. By H.A.8
The Discovery of Marx8
The Citizen Army. By H. Quelch8
The International: The Week in Germany (J.B. Askew); Capitalist Oppression in America (Tom Quelch); etc.9
Women’s International Conference12
CORRESPONDENCE: – Votes for some Women (Marguerite Stubbing); To Canvass or not to Canvass (N.C. Platt); An Explanation (P. Petroff); The Larkin Case (Frank Pearce); The Dickman Widow Fund (T. Kerr)10

10 SEPTEMBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Copenhagen Congress, By H. Quelch 6
The Fatherland: Voi, Again4
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Economy? By F.D.A.3
Capitalism Unmasked, By E.R. Hartley4
William the Victim By Paul Hanna4
Industrial Syndicalism. By Tom Mann4
Social-Democrats and a Big Navy. Letters by J. Fredk. Green, John G. Ferguson, and J. Hickey5
A Warning From “Lelpziger Volkszeitung” 5
Ignorance or —-? By H.W. Hobart5
Welsh Notes. By Argus5
The International Congress7-9
International Notes9
The Pageant Play at Her Majesty’s By P.P.H.10
CORRESPONDENCE: – Socialist Unity (H. Alexander); Coming Anniversary of the Murder of Ferrer (J. Michaelson); Methods of Propaganda (A Weary Victim); The Derby Awakening (T. Stanley Mercer); The Workers’ Educational Association (C.R. Smart) 10

17 SEPTEMBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The “Crisis” in Trade Unionism and its Lessons, By H. W. Lee6
CARTOON: “Heads we Win, Tails you Lose.” By Squib7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
A Mission to the Welsh Miners’ Executive, By Argus3
Echoes of the Copenhagen. Congress. By Dora B. Montefiore4
Dust of Ages. By May Westoby4
Train Talks: How to Use the Capitalist. By E.R. Hartley5
The Pioneer Boot Works. By H.W. Lee5
The Wage-Slave’s Parliament7
The German Menace. By H.M. Hynclman8
The Great Trade Boom. By H.W. Hobart8
Practical Socialism By F.G. Kirby8
The International: The International and Capital Punishment, etc.9
An Appeal to the Movement By the National Secretary, Y.S.L.10
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Murder of Ferrer (J.L. Markness); Methods of Propaganda (J. Robert Vincent); South London Clarion Players (Rowland Johns), etc.10

24 SEPTEMBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Trade Union Congress6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
An Open Letter to the Cotton Operatives of Lancashire. By Robert Horsfield4
The Class War in Wales: Its Cause and Cure By Argus5
Socialist Unity5
Labour Exchanges as a Blackleg Supply Agency (with facsimile letter)7
The Wage-Slaves’ Parliament7
Social-Democrats and a Big Navy By M. Frank8
The International: The Powder Factory (F.H C.). etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Congress Procedure (E. Belfort Bax); Socialist Disunity (H.A.); Hammersmith Parliament Socialist Party (F.H. Minett); Inhumanity in Coal Mines (James Collinson)10

1 OCTOBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The German Party Congress and its Lessons6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Reward of Industry, Skill and “Training” By A.A. Purcell3
The Poor Law Minority Debate4
Belated Prophets. By Dora B. Montefiore5
The Feeding of School Children. By A.A. Watts5
That Fighting Fund: An Appeal to Welshmen. By Argus5
Payment of Members. Letter to F.E. Smith. By H.M. Hyndman5
The Magnificent Unity Demonstration in the Free Trade Hall, Manchester. By H.M. Hyndman7
Debt and Capital: Fireworks and Furniture By E.R. Hartley7
The Labour Party. By T. Good8
Mr. Roosevelt and the People. Letter by Gaylord Wilshire Ferguson); Strike of Irish Platelayers (N. Rimmer); Dealing with Questions (A Socialist); On Socialist Disunity (Charles Wilson); Red Flag Toffee (R.F.T.)10

8 OCTOBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Pickle of the Politicians. By Ben Tillett6
CARTOON: At the Court of King Capital7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Trade Boom Fiction. By J. Watson3
Reception to American Comrades3
From Copenhagen to Vienna. By A.S. Headingley3
The Wicked Working Class. By H. Quelch4
Roaring Lions and Sucking Doves. Can Labour Work a Revolution? By Argus4
Our Women’s Circle: Some Echoes of the International Socialist Women’s Congress (Dora B. Montefiore) etc,3
The Boilermakers’ Struggle. By J.E. Williams7
Solidarity. By Manuel Sarabia8
Social-Democracy and a Big Navy. Letters by F. Shirley and A.J. Marriott8
At the Theatre: “The Man from the Sea."8
The International: The Street Fighting in Berlin, etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Belated Prophets (F. Baldwin and E. Belfort Bax); Pit Ponies (Francis A. Cox)10

15 OCTOBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Plight of Revisionism. By J. Köttgen6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
“As You Were.” By T. Gwent3
The Prevention of Destitution4
American Comrades in Lancashire: Great Meeting at Burnley. By Dan Irving4
Liberal Slop. By E.R. Hartley5
Essay on Politics (Standard 3)5
Cat’s Meat. By Robert Williamson5
The Spirit of Revolt. By H.W. Hobart7
The Lock-out By J.E. Williams7
Train Talks: Housing – Men v. Machines. By E.R. Hartley8
“Lest we Forget” Verses by Benjamin E. Trayner8
Social-Democracy in Practical Politics By H.J. Stenning8
The International: Portugal a Republic (Tom Quelch); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Religion a Private Matter (A.S. Headingley); The Sheffield Congress and Educational Endowments (M. Bridges Adams and Will Thorne); Pit Ponies (Anti-Cruelty); Socialists and a Big Navy (M. Frank); The Vienna Congress (E.G. Merrilees)10

22 OCTOBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The French Railway Strike and its Lessons6
CARTOON The Death of Independence7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Minority Report of the Poor Law Commission. By G.C. Swanson3
St. Osborne the Martyr: The Tin-Pot Hero of the Capitalist Press. By Argu4
At the Theatre: “Lysistrata.” By P.P.H.4
Tommy Maurice on Aviation. Edited by T.S. Mercer4
W.D. Haywood and the Idaho Murder Conspiracy. By Tom Quelch5
Unemployment, By Gwen5
The “Divine Sarah” and Socialism. By Dora B. Montefiore7
The “Black Squad” Surrender. By J.E. Williams7
The Pickled Politicians. By Ben Tillett8
Palliatives, War, and the Copenhagen Congress. By J. Köttgen8
The International: The Railway Strike in France (Daisy Bridgman); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The Abolition of Destitution (H.W. Hobart); The Plebs League (J. Ames); Premium Bonus System (J.T. Brownlie); Vote Tory (Emily Wilson) Hunted for Seven Hours (Editor “Animals’ Friend”)10

29 OCTOBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE: Grey’s Folly in Persia1
A Citizen Army against a Militarist Army. N.M. Hyndman6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Liberals and Labour. By T. Gwent3
In the South Wales Coalfield By R. Greenwood4
The Labour Party’s Muddle. By J. Maclean4
Our Woman’s Circle; Conditioa of Women in Russia. etc;5
Song of Freedom. Verses by Richard Aldington5
S.D.P. Manifesto to the Electors and Non-Electors of Walthamstow7
National Defence and National Decay. Letter to A.J. Balfour by Ben Tillett 10
Train Talks: A. Great Labour Victory. By E.R. Hartley8
A Night with Haywood8
At the Theatre: “Grace” By P.P. Howe8
The International: A Dastardly Crime (T. Quelch) etc.9
London Trades Council Jubilee10
CORRESPONDENCE: – How to Vote (H.W. Corley); Labour Exchanges as Blackleg Agencies (W. Piggott); A Call from Bristol (E.H. Jarvis); Pit Ponies (Joseph Collinson)10

5 NOVEMBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Conference Trick6
CARTOON: Miss Labour Party’s Hobble Skirt7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
A Russian Story (from “Vorwaerts”)3
As Others See Us 4
Masters and Men. Letter by Howard Little4
Our Women’s Circle5
Two Economic Quacks By H.W.Hobart5
On the Clyde by J.E.Williams7
Our Work on the Tyne By J.C. Little7
Karl Marx and George Howeall. A letter by Karl Marx8
The Injustice of the King: Story. By May Westoby – 8
The International: Dictator Briand (T. Quelch),etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – A Waste of Good Material (Edward Hayne); Gold, Values, and Prices (S.B. Goode); Liberalism’s Two Voices (Robert Williamson); I.L.P. Socialism (G. Harrison); The Need for Socialiiit Drama (F. Kirkley)10

12 NOVEMBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
A Call to Arms6
CARTOON: A Prayer and its Answer. By the brothers Warbis7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Bookshop: Review of Th. Rothstein’s “Egypt’s Ruin"3
A German Political Satire. By J. Köttgen4
Topical Tattle. By Tattler.4
Our Women’s Circle: The Family as the Unit of Society Mrs. Montefiore)5
The Injustice of the King: Story. By May Westoby – (Concluded)5
Death of Jonathan Taylor6
The Strike of Twelve Thousand Men at the Cambrian Combine Collieries. By Tom Mann7
Beyond Endurance: The Industrial Crisis in South Wales. By Argus7
A Living Picture. Verse by G.W.S.8
The Strikers and the Children: An Appeal By Mrs. Bridges Adams8
A Straw on the Surface. By M.F. Titterinton8
Japan; From the Workers Point of View. By J. Köttgen8
To Lisboa. Verses by A.J. Bywell8
The International: The “Resignation” of Aristide Briand; etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Some Violent Ignoramuses of the S.D.P. (H.M. Hyndman); Wages and Prices (J. Maclean); Socialists and “Socialists” (T.S. Pickles); Socialist Drama (J.R. Tomlinson)10

19 NOVEMBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Great Constitutional Crisis6
CARTOON: The End of the Conference7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Japan: From the Workers Point of View. By J. Köttgen by Comrade Kummer4
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
The Terriers and the Rats and the Mice and the Cats. By Robert B. Brough5
The Passing of David Shackleton By Ben Tillett5
The South Wales Revolution, Argus7
The Boilermakers’ Struggle. By J.E. Williams7
Welsh Notes. By H.M.8
The International: Magnificent Victory for Socialism in the United States, (T. Quelch); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Wages and Prices (H.W. Hobart); Foreign Politics and England’s Future (A.J. Marriott) No “Justice” (W. Dingwall); The Love of Work and the Bonus System (Anon.)10

26 NOVEMBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
A Rushed Election: Manifesto of the Social-Democratic Party6
CARTOON: The Old Game7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
An Investigation of the Proposals of the Minority Report, By George C. Swanson3
Japan: From the Worker’s Point of View. By F. Kummer4
Antis in Extremis4
Our Women’s Circle: The Third International Conference of Socialist Women; The Socialist Women’s Movement in Servia (Clara S. Hedin)5
The Passing of Shackleton (from “Vorwaerts"5
“My Friend, Mr. D.A. Thomas.” By Argus7
The South Wales Revolt. By George Barker7
Police Ruffianism8
The Capitalist Harvest. By T. Gwent8
Parliamentary Notes. By Odyss8
The International: The Rule of Blood and Iron in Mexico (T. Quelch), etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Wages and Prices (J. Maclean); Violent Ignoramuses of the S.D.P.; (Fabius); The South Wales Strike (F. Baldwin); The Labour Unrest (John Chater)10

3 DECEMBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Great Sham Fight and a Real Combat 6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
The Boilermakers’ Fight. By Ben Tillett4
Japan from the Worker’s Point of View. By F. Kummer5
Comrades, Unite! Verses by H.P. Burton5
The King’s Visit to India. By H.M. Hyndman7
The Coal War in Wales7
To the Rhondda Miners. Verses by T. Gwent7
At the Theatre: “The Dark Lady of the Sonnets” at the Haymarket. By P.P.H.8
Welsh Notes, By H.M.8
The International: A Glance Round (T. Quelch), etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The “Maximum” (E. Belfort Bax); The W.E.A. and the Parliamentary Committee (W. Thorns); Socialist Unity (Cyril Harding); The Welsh Pit Ponies (Argus)10

10 DECEMBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
Socia1-Democracy and Melodramatic Politics6
CARTOON: Lloyd-Squith and the Miner7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
At the Theatre “Decorating Clementine,” at the Globe2
The Last Day. Verses by Rose B. Sharland3
Japan from the Worker’s Point of View. By F. Kummer4
How to Vote, By J.G. Fletcher4
An Investigation of the Proposals of the Minority. Report. By G.C. Swanson (Continued)5
Train Talks: Why Some People should Pay Double Education Rates. By E.R. Hartley5
The Class War in Wales. By Tom. Mann 7
“Mabon” and Capitalism8
Police Brutalities in South Wales8
The International: The Australian Labour Party (T. Quelch), etc,9
Melodramatic Politics. Letter by F. Victor Fisher10
CORRESPONDENCE: – Waste and Employment (Novice); The General Election (Hemsworth I.L.P.); The Welsh Pit Ponies (F. Baldwin)10

17 DECEMBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Ebb-Tide of Independent Labour6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
A Soldier’s Patriotism. Verses by “A Soldier Comrade"3
Japan from the Worker’s Point of View. By F. Kummer4
Messina Two Years after the Earthquake. By Dora B. Montedore5
An Investigation of the Proposals of the Minority Report – III. By G.C. Swanson (Continued)5
Hyndman on his Defeat at Burnley; and Letter from Bipin Chandra Pal7
Welsh Notes. By H.M.7
The Political “Stage” War By Ben Tillett8
Sir William Bull and the Osborne Judgment. Letter from Sir William Bull8
Open Letter to Balfour, By Robert Williams8
The International: Capitalist Class Rule in the United States (T. Quelch); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The “Maximum” (J. Maclean); Value, Price and Profit (One who Wants to Know)10

24 DECEMBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Socialist Vote6
CARTOON: A Christmas Card By the Brothers Warbis7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
A Christmas Ballad. Verses by F. Davey3
Japan from the Worker’s Point of View By F. Kummer. (Continued)4
Santa Claus, Socialist. By Ben Tillet5
Topical Tattle, By Tattler5
Welsh Notes. By H.M.7
An Investigation of the Proposals of the Minority Report. – IV. By G.C. Swan8
“India” and the Burnley Election. Letter to “India” by J. Fredk. Green8
The Boilermakers’ Agreement8
The International: Capitalism the Leveller (Tom Quelch); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – “Melodramatic Politics” (A.J. Millar, F. Davey, L.E. Quelch); Political War – “Stage” and Otherwise (Herbert Burrows); Liberal Policy (H.W.B. Mackay10

31 DECEMBER, 1910

LEADING ARTICLE:
A Revolutionary Socialist Party6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Japan from the Worker’s Point of View By F. Kummer. (Continued)4
Causes of the South Wales Coal War By J.B. Grant5
What of the Future? By H. Kirby7
Socialism and Trade Unions. By J. Hunter Watts7
The Election Addresses of Three “Labour Leaders” – J. Keir Hardie, J. Ramsay MacDonald, Philip Snowdon8
An investigation of the Proposals of the Minority Report – V. By G.C. Swanson8
The International; Holy Russia (T. Quelch); etc.9
General Election, 1910. Verses by G.W.S.10
The Utility (?) of Labour Exchanges. By Trade Unionist10
CORRESPONDENCE: – “Melodramatic Politics” (S. Bale); Divided Socialist Counsels (J.A. Cunnington); The “Maximum” (E. Belfort Bax)10
The Week’s Summary12
The Movement12
Legal Matters12

7 JANUARY, 1911

LEADING ARTICLE:
The Tragedy of Toil, Dan Irving6
CARTOON:
The Attitude of the Small Shopkeeper7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Japan from the Worker’s Point of View by F. Kummer (Continued)4
An Investigation of the Proposals of the Minority Report VI By G.C. Swanson5
The Labour Party and the Election From “Vorwaerts"5
Father’s Name was not Among the Peers. Verses by Rose Sharland7
Aristide Briand, Premier of France: An Imaginary Interview By Tattler8
Welsh Notes By H.M.8
The International: An Echo of the Rubber Boom (T. Quelch); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – “Melodramatic Politics” (One of the Rank and File and George C. Swanson); The I.L.P. From Methods towards the S.D.P. (Fred H. Gorle)10

14 JANUARY, 1911

LEADING ARTICLE:
Pensions and Poverty. By A.A. Watts6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Japan from the Worker’s Point of View by F. Kummer (Continued)4
Socialism and the Intellectuals by Paul Lafargue4
An Investigation of the Proposals of the Minority Report VII By G.C. Swanson
Twenty Thousand Miners Still out in South Wales, By Tom Mann7
The Liberal Enemy in Wales ByArgus8
Proposals for Action. Letter by J. Maclean 8
The International: The Social-Democratic Press of Germany By J Koettgen9
CORRESPONDENCE: – “Melodramatic Politics” (H.A. and A.J. Marriott); Robert Blatchford and Political Refugees (Harry Roberts); Socialist Unity (E.T. Robinson); Doomed to Failure (Unemployed); Our Dumb Friends (S. Claude Tickell); The Colliery Disaster (Cecil A. Reade); A Request (L. Bosman); No Blood Money (H. Youlden) 10

21 JANUARY, 1911

LEADING ARTICLE:
Pacifism and German Aggression. By H.M. Hyndman6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Anti-Nationalism. Letter by J.B. Askew4
Japan from the Worker’s Point of View by F. Kummer (Concluded)4
An Investigation of the Proposals of the Minority Report VIII By G.C. Swanson5
The Lettish Social-Democrats and the Houndsditch Murders5
Forty-Eight Hours for Printers: A Reply to Mr. Whittaker.- By H.W. Hobart7
The Printers’ Dispute : Interview with Mr. C.W., Bowerman, M.P.8
Welsh Notes. By H.M.8
The International: The Coming Revolution in Germany (T. Quelch), etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – Melodramatic Politics (F. Victor Fisher, George Simpson, Louis A. Abraham); Our Dumb Comrades (Henry F. Northcote); The Anti-Alien Crusade (Peter Petroff)10

28 JANUARY, 1911

LEADING ARTICLE:
Persecuting the Poor. By A.A. Watts6
CARTOON:
Making Friends with the Inquisition7
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
The Government’s Sinister Work, By Ben Tillett4
The Class War at Sea. By Dora B. Montefiore5
The King v. Mylius. By F.H. Gorle5
Forty-eight Hours for Printers. By H.W. Hobart7
The German “Menace.” By Th. Rothstein8
How Socialists should Vote: An Object Lesson from Cardiff. By Argus8
The International: The Japanese Crime (T. Quelch) 9
Death in the Wool. By J.S. Harvey12
CORRESPONDENCE: – Melodramatic Politics (A.F. Millar and Wiga Bros.) The German Annexation of Great Britain (J. Hunter Watts); Our Dumb “Comrades” (Zelda Kahan) 10

4 FEBRUARY, 1911

LEADING ARTICLE:
More Poor Law Reform6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
An Investigation of the Proposals of the Minority Report IX By G.C. Swanson5
Topical Tattle. By Tattler4
The German Menace, – II. The Figment of the Balance of Power. By Th. Rothstein5
At the Theatre. By Agnes Bain and F.B.5
Sir Charles Dilke By H.M. Hyndman7
Forty-eight Hours for Printers. By H.W. Hobart7
Is the Labour Party Executive Powerless By Argus8
The International: The Reactionist Murders in Tokio (F. Kummer); etc.9
A Visit to Aberdeen. By H.M.H.10
CORRESPONDENCE: – Woman’s Status under Socialism (Evacustes A. Phipson) , Our Dumb Comrades (S. Claude Tickell); No Need for Cruelty (A.L. Woodward) ; Research Defence Society (Stephen Paget); Second Ballot (J Warren); More Ignorance (W. Dryden)10

11 FEBRUARY, 1911

LEADING ARTICLE:
Worse than 1834: By A.A. Watts6
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Wanderers. Verses by Dora B. Montefiore3
An Investigation of the Proposals of Minority Report. – X. By G.C. Swanson4
“Independence”: Brace – and Mond. By Argus4
The German “Menace” – III. By Th. Rothstein5
How Heroism is Rewarded. By Will A. Wilkinson5
Forty-Eight Hours for Printers. By H.W. Hobart7
The Labour Party Conference. By H. Quelch7
Wages and the Rise in Prices. By H.M. Hyndman8
The Pretoria Disaster. By Albert Lees8
The International: The Condition of Mexico (T. Quelch); etc.9
CORRESPONDENCE: – The German Menace (Wage Slave); Melodramatic Politics (Louis A. Abraham); Our Dumb Comrades (H. Baillie-Weaver and Florence Baldwin); The Christ Myth (J. Jackson); Re Labour Party Conference and Militarism (E.H. Jarvis); Alleged Outrages in South Wales (H.W. B. Mackay)10

After February 1911, Justice ceases to provide an index of each issue. The task of building an index independently is hugely demanding, nevertheless if anyone wishes to continue this the Marxist Internet Archive would be very happy to include it.