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toria, Australia, 213; Fostering Home-Building
in a Fraternal State, 214; Extension of Old-Age
Pensions, 214; How the Standard Oil Greed Has
Recently Been Manifested in the Robbing of the
Toilers of New Zealand, 214; Forty Thousand
Miles of World-Wandering, 215; David Graham
Phillips: A Twentieth-Century Novelist of De-
mocracy, 252; Great Japan, 285; J. F. Hanly:
Indiana's Anti-Graft Chief Magistrate, 289; J.
Sidney Craiger: An Iowa Cartoonist, 290; Ed-
ucational Art Pictures, 294; Childe Hassam and
His Prize Picture, 296; Our Most Dangerous
Class: Its Method of Procedure and How It
Threatens Free Institutions, 297; Concrete Illus-
trations of Methods Employed to Discredit High-
Minded and Incorruptible Statesmen, 298; The
Power Exerted by Privileged Wealth Over the
Press, 301; The Pressure of Privilege on College
and Church, 302; How Privileged Interests Have
Increased Their Power in Government by Re-
warding Their Servants With Places of Trust,
303; Our Most Dangerous Class, 303; The In-
surance Revelations: Their Significance and
Lessons, 304; Has the Unholy Alliance between
the Insurance System and the Politicians Been
Destroyed? 306; The Standard Oil Company at
the Bar, 307; The Action of the Colorado Sen-
ator and the Standard Oil Magnates Contrasted,
308; How Mr. Rogers' Buffoonery and Openly
Insolent Contempt for the High Court Alarmed
His Associates, 308; The Standard Oil Company
More Powerful Than the Government of the
United States, 310; Light in Dark Places, 310;
Wholesale Robbery of the Poor by False Weights,
311; George Foster Peabody's Outspoken Stand
for Public-Ownership of Public Utilities, 311;
A Practical Object-Lesson from Providence,
the Bond City, and Detroit, the Free City, 314;
A Successful Coöperative Experiment, 315; The
Liberal Triumph in Great Britain and Its Mean-
ing to Democracy, 315; Reactionary Legislation
That Aroused the Democratic Spirit of England,
316; The Liberal Democratic Programme, 318;
Labor a New Factor in Politics, 318; England's
New Premier's Noble Plea for Disarmament,
318; The Election of M. Fallieres a Triumph for
Progressive Democracy, 319; Municipal Lighting
in Edinburgh, 320; Municipal Street-Railway
Profits in Manchester, England, 321; A Move-
ment for the Reclamation of Submerged Man-
hood Through Cultivation of the Land, 321;
How the Indian National Congress Is Arousing
the Patriotism and Ambition of the Indian Peo-
ple, 322; The Swadeshi Movement, 323; The
Single-Tax for Centuries in Practical Operation,
and Its Result, 323; The Signal Victory of Pre-
mier Seddon's Party, 324; The Movement for
Church Union in Canada, 325; W. A. Rogers :
The Cartoonist of Civic Integrity, 372; Helen
M. Gougar: A Noble Type of Twentieth-Century
American Womanhood, 384; Mayor Johnson on
Municipal Control of Vice and the Chief Causes
of the Social Evils, 400; Stuyvesant Fish: The
Man Who Refused to Prostitute His Mental and
Moral Integrity at the Behest of Wall-street High
Financiers, 416; The Armstrong, Report, 417;
Judge Kellogg's Blow at Entrenched Rascality,
419; Privilege Unchecked Will Sound the Doom
of the Republic, 421; Some Notable Recent Car-
toons, 421; Mr. Amory's Indictment of District-
Attorney Jerome, 423; The Slaughter of the In-

nocents by Commercialism's Juggernaut in Penn-
sylvania, 424; The Victory of the People Over )
the Machine in Pittsburgh, 426; A Railroad Ob-
ject-Lesson from Michigan, 426; Rhode Island's
Shame, 427; Mr. Cortelyou's Grievance, 429;
Mayor Johnson and the Cleveland Clergy, 430;
Recent Important Step Toward Church Union
in the United States, 433; Jack London's New
Haven Speech, 433; Placing, Jack London's
Books Under the Ban, 435; History Repeats It-
self, 435; Installation of the President of France
With Democratic Simplicity, 436; The King and
the New Liberal Government of Great Britain,
436; The Countess of Warwick on the Hustings,
436; Fabians in the English Parliament, 437;
The Overthrow of Constitutional Government
in Hungary, 437; A Further Word on Prime-
Minister Seddon's Great Victory in New Zealand,
437; The Debt of New Zealand, 437; The Men-
ace of Privilege, 438; Hon. Frederic C. Howe,
Whose Recent Work, The City the Hope of De-
mocracy, is the Most Notable and Fundamental
Work on Municipal Government of the Year,
512; "The Two Ambitions”: A Striking Piece
of Relief Work by Frank F. Stone, 513; Prime-
Minister Seddon: The Nestor of Practical Gov-
ernmental Fraternity, 514; Democracy in Edu-
cation; or, The School City in Practical Opera-
tion, 516; Oregon: The Standard-Bearer of
Freedom in the New World, 523; A Concrete
Example of Practical Democracy, 523; What the
Popular Initiative Has Already Achieved in
Oregon, 525; Some Facts About the Introduc-
tion of Guarded Representative Government in
This Commonwealth, 525; Five Reasons Why
We Favor Municipal-Ownership, 526; Seattle
Elects a Municipal-Ownership Mayor, 529; Ex-
tension of Municipal Lighting in a Large Western
City, 530; The Triumph of the Recall in Seattle,
530; Governor Folk's Strong Stand for Direct-
Legislation, 530; Practical Democracy as Illus-
trated in the Government of the Richest Town
in the World, 531; The Decision Against the
Tobacco and Paper-Trusts, 532; The Decision
in Favor of the Citizens in the Chicago Street-
Car Controversy, 532; Exhibitions of Brazen
Contempt for Law and Order by Leading Repre-
sentatives of the Plutocracy and by Officials
Complacent to the Great Corporations, 532; An
Unsound and Unsafe Secretary of the Treasury,
535; Utilizing Corporation Laws for Coöperative
Progress, 537; Europe a Cauldron of Social Un-
rest, 538; The People as a Peace Dynamo, 538;
Russia Again the Victim of Incarnate Savagery,
538; Austria-Hungary, 539; France Under a
New Ministry, 539; England Under the Liberal
Ministry, 540; The Universal Ballot for Sweden,
541; Prime Minister Seddon's New Programme,
541; The Nationalization of the Railways of
Japan Another Object-Lesson for the United
States, 541; The Indian Congress at Benares,
543; The Unpopularity of Lord Curzon in India,
543; The City the Hope of Democracy, 544; J.
N. Adam: A Municipal Leader of the New Time,
576; Charles H. Grant's "Nearing Port,” 615;
Edwin Markham's Great Poem, "The Leader
of the People," 615; Dr. G. Cooke Adams, 617;
The Attempt of the Special-Pleaders for the Crim-
inal Rich to Distort the President's Speech Into
a Condemnation of Those Who Are Leading the
Battle for Common Honesty and Moral Idealism,

623; President Roosevelt's Description of the Franks and Passes, Bribery by: The Lion in the
Man with the Muck-Rake, 623; The President's Path of Popular Relief from Public Service Ex-
Praise for Magazine Writers who Faithfully and tortion, 75.
Conscientiously Unmask Corrupt Conditions, Fraternal State, Fostering Home Building in à, 214.
624; The Compulsion of Moral Idealism Has Freedom, Oregon the Standard-Bearer of, in the
Led the Magazine Writers to Battle Against Cor- New World, 523.
ruption in High Places, 625; Absurdity and In- Free Institutions, Our Most Dangerous Class and
sincerity of the Charge of Recklessness and Un- How It Threatens, 297.
truthfulness Made Against the Magazine Writers, Free Government, How Labor's Long Sleep Has
626; Why the Campaign Against Corruption Imperiled, 627.
Must be Prosecuted with Increasing Vigor, 626; Freemen of Pennsylvania, The, and Their Revolt
How Labor's Long Sleep. Has Imperiled Free Against Their Masters and Rulers, 61.
Government, 627; Inactivity Not Marked by French President, The New, and What He Stands
Moral and Intellectual Inertia, 628; Some For- for, 319.
eign Influences that Have Contributed to Labor's Gasoline-Car That Promises to Revolutionize Sub-
Awakening, 628; Legislative Insolence When urban Travel and Traffic, A, 89.
Labor Supplicated for a Few Meager Concessions, German City Where Municipal-Ownership is in
629; The American Federation Declares for Full Flower, A, 82.
Political Action, 630; The Chicago Progressive German People, The Crushing Burden that Mili-
Alliance, 630; Labor Proposes to Battle for tarism Has Imposed on the, 207.
Direct-Legislation in Colorado, 631; The Preva- Germany, Municipal-Ownership of Street-Railways
lence of Corrupt Practices Arising from the Union in: A Conservative Educator's Report, 81; The
of Corporations and the Dominant Parties in Growth of Democratic Ideals in, 648.
City, State and Nation, 631; The Uncovering of Gill, Wilson L.: The Apostle of Democracy in Ed-
the Corrupt Rule of Boss Cox, 632; The Ohio ucation, 176.
Senatorial Committee Makes Astounding Reve- Gorman, Senator, His Waterloo, 61.
lations of Wholesale Corruption, 634; Tamper- Gougar, Helen M.: A Noble Type of Twentieth-
ing with the Courts, 635; A Judge Comes to the Century American Womanhood, 384; America
the Rescue of the Rascals, 636; Senator La Fol- in the Philippines, 386.
lette Alarms Plutocracy's Minions in the Senate, Government, The Railways and the: Mr. Olney's
637; Revelations of Corruption in Buffalo, 638; Sophistry Exposed, 67; The President's Strange
The President's Castigation of Judge Humphrey, Ignorance Concerning the Power of Wealth_in
639; The Overturn in Milwaukee: Another Ev- Our, 205; How Privileged Interests Have In.
idence of the Rising Tide Against Corrupt Mu- creased Their Power in, by Rewarding Their
nicipal Rule and Corporate Domination, 639; Servants With Places of Trust, 303.
Direct-Legislation in Los Angeles, 641; Direct- Government-Owned Railways of Australia Yield
Legislation in Ohio, 642; The New York World Millions to the Public Treasury, 86.
Opens Its Columns to a Discussion of Socialism, Governmental Insurance in Belgium, The Practical
643; The Rev. R. Heber Newton on Socialism, Results of, 80.
643; Why Ernest Crosby Opposes Socialism, Grant, Charles H.: Marine Painter, 480; His
644; Two Methodist Clergymen on Socialism, “Nearing Port,” 615.
645; The Mayor of Buffalo on Socialism, 645; Great Britain, The Liberal Triumph in, and Its
Bountiful Harvests in New Zealand and Australia, Meaning to Democracy, 315; The King and the
646; Marked Difference in the Results of Good New Liberal Government of, 436.
Crops in New Zealand and in the United States, Great Japan, 285.
646; Concrete Illustrations of the Spoliation of Great Uprising in New York City, The, 59.
the Wealth-Creators Under Our Present Régime Grimké, Archibald H., The Heart of the Race Prob-
of Class-Rule, 646; Coöperative Stores in Amer- lem, 29, 274, 606.
ica, 647; Coöperation in Canada, 648;. The Guarded Representative Government, Some Facts
Enormous Annual Business of the English Co- About the Introduction of, in Oregon, 525; The
operative Wholesale Society, 648; The Growth Movement for, 641.
of Democratic Ideals in Germany, 648; Mr. Guelph, Ontario, Successful Municipal-Ownership
Morley and India, 649; An Astounding Recent of Public Utilities in, 212.
Illustration of Medieval Religious Bigotry and Handy, Ray D.: One of the Youngest of Our News-
Intolerance, 649; Coëducation: A Case in Which paper Cartoonists, 171.
Doctors Disagree, 650; The Inferno of Packing- Hanly, J. F.: Indiana's Anti-Graft Chief Magis-
town Revealed, 651; The Latest and Ablest Work trate, 289.
on the Railroad-Rate Question, 658.

Harris, Henry F.,

Divorce and Remarriage, 392.
Folk, Governor, His Strong Stand for Direct-Leg- Hearst, William Randolph, and the Most Exciting
islation, 530.

Municipal Campaign in the History of New York,
Foreign Flags, Under, 436.

62.
Foreign Influences That Have Contributed to La- Heart of the Race Problem, The, 29, 274, 606.
bor's Awakening, Some, 628.

Helping the Wealth-Creators to Secure Homes, 87.
Foreign Lands, The March of Events in, 207, 538; Henderson, Archibald, Maurice Maeterlinck: Sym-
Notable Events in, 648.

bolist and Mystic, 115.
Forty Thousand Miles of World-Wandering, 215. High School, The Feminization of the, 593.
Fostering Home-Building in a Fraternal State, 214. His Girl, 53.
France, The Separation of Church and State in, History Repeats Itself, 435.

210; Installation of the President of, With Dem- Hobhouse, Miss Emily: Heroine of Peace and Hu-
ocratic Simplicity, 436; Under a New Ministry, manity, 185.
539.

Home-Building in a Fraternal State, Fostering, 214.
Homes, Helping the Wealth-Creators to Secure, 87. Kaiser, Japan Frustrates the Plans of the Czar and
Honesty, Criminal Wealth versus Common, 449. the, 79.
Howard, William Lee, The Feminization of the Kellogg, Judge, His Blow at Entrenched Rascality,
High School, 593.

419.
Howe, Hon. Frederic C., on Conditions in Cleve- Kerlin, Robert T., Main Currents of Thought in

land, 431; Whose Recent Work, The City the the Nineteenth Century, 225, 356.
Hope of Democracy, is the Most Notable and Kittle, William, Robert M. La Follette: A States-
Fundamental Recent Work on Municipal Gov- man After the Order of Lincoln, 571.
ernment of the Year, 512.

Labor a New Factor in Politics, 318.
Human Liberty or Human Greed ? 240.

Labor Giant, The Awakening of the, and Its Sig-
Humphrey, Judge, The President's Castigation of, nificance to Democracy, 627.
639.

Labor Party, The British: Its Aims and Aspira-
Hungary, The Overthrow of Constitutional Gov- tions, 476.
ernment in, 437.

Labor Proposes to Battle for Direct-Legislation in
Immigrant, The Value of an, 504.

Colorado, 631.
Inactivity Not Marked by Moral and Intellectual Labor's Awakening, Some Foreign Influences that
Inertia, 628.

Have Contributed to, 628.
Income Tax in Victoria, Australia, The Progressive, Labor's Long Sleep, How It Has Imperiled Free
213.

Government, 627.
Increased Cost of Living. 76.

La Follette, Robert M.: A Statesman After the
Incurable! 409.

Order of Lincoln, 571; Senator, Alarms Plutoc-
India, The Awakening of, 322; The Unpopularity racy's Minions in the Senate, 637.

of Lord Curzon in, 543; Mr. Morley and, 649. Land, A Movement for the Reclamation of Sub-
Indian National Congress, How It Is Arousing the merged Manhood Through Cultivation of the, 321.

Patriotism and Ambition of the Indian People, Law and Order, Exhibitions of Brazen Contempt
322; at Benares, 543.

for, by Leading Representatives of the Plutoc-
Indiana's Anti-Graft Chief Magistrate, J. F. Hanly, racy and by Officials Complacent to the Great
289.

Corporations, 532.
Inertia, Inactivity Not Marked by Moral and In- Liberal Democratic Programme, The, 318.
tellectual, 628.

Liberal Government of Great Britain, The King
Inferno of Packingtown Revealed, The, 651.

and the New, 436.
Initiative, The, a Democratic Safeguard Against Liberal Party in New Zealand, The New, 86.

Class Government, 46; The Popular, What It Liberal Programme, Prime-Minister Fejervary's, 84.
Has Already Achieved in Oregon, 525.

Liberal Triumph in Great Britain and Its Meaning
Insane, Shameful Disclosures of the Condition of to Democracy, The, 315.

the, in the Philadelphia General Hospital: A Liberty Imperiled Through the Encroachments of
Fruit of Machine-Rule, 204.

the Judiciary, 189.
Insurance, Governmental, The Practical Results of, Life and Art, 289, 615.
in Belgium, 80.

Light in Dark Places, 310.
Insurance Revelations, The: Their Significance Lindsey, Judge: A Typical Builder of a Nobler
and Lessons, 304.

State, 350.
Insurance System and the Politicians, Has the Un- Literature, American, What Our Universities are

holy Alliance Between the, Been Destroyed ? 306. Doing for, 498.
Intercollegiate Socialist Society, The, 187.

Liverpool, Magnificent Record of the Municipal
In the Mirror of the Present, 57, 201, 297, 416, 523, Street-Railways in, 211.
623.

Living, Increased Cost of, 76.
Iowa Cartoonist, J. Sidney Craiger: An, 290. London, Jack, at Harvard and Faneuil Hall, 187;
Irrepressible Conflict, Various Phases of, in Other His New Haven Speech, 433; Placing His Books
Commonwealths, 424.

Under the Ban, 435.
James, George Wharton, Charles H. Grant: Ma- Los Angeles, Direct-Legislation in, 641.
rine Painter, 480.

Machine, The Victory of the People Over, in Pitts-
Japan, The Principles of the Decorative Art Spirit

burgh, 426.
of, in Comparison With Those of Western Coun- Machine-Rule, Shameful Disclosure of the Condi-
tries, 17; Frustrates the Plans of the Czar and tion of the Insane in the Philadelphia General
the Kaiser, 79; Great, 285; A Lesson From, 323; Hospital : A Fruit of, 204.
The Nationalization of the Railways of, Another Maeterlinck, Maurice: Symbolist and Mystic, 115.
Object-Lesson for the United States, 541.

Magazine Writers,

Who Conscientiously and Faith-
Jerome, District-Attorney, Mr. Amory's Indictment fully Unmask Corrupt Conditions, The Presi-
of, 423.

dent's Praise for, 624; The Compulsion of Moral
Johnson, Mayor, His Anti-Suicide Commission, 71; Idealism Has Led Them to Battle Against Cor-

His Victory for the People in Securing Cheap ruption in High Places, 625; Absurdity and In-
Street-Car Fares, 205; on Municipal Control of sincerity of the Charge of Recklessness and Un-
Vice and the Chief Causes of the Social Evils, truthfulness Made Against the, 626.
400; and the Cleveland Clergy, 430.

Main Currents of Thought in the Nineteenth Cen-
Jones, Samuel Milton: The Golden-Rule Mayor,126. tury, 225, 356.
Judge, A, Comes to the Rescue of the Rascals, 636. Manchester, England, Municipal Street-Railway
Judiciary, Liberty Imperilled Through the En- Profits in, 321.
croachments of the, 189.

Mansfield, Richard, 3.
Jungle, The, Upton Sinclair and His Powerful Work, Markham, Edwin: The Poet-Prophet of Democ-
186.

racy, 143; Democracy's Call to the Statesman-

ship of To-day, 146; His Great Poem, “The New Zealand, The New Liberal Party in, 86; How
Leader of the People,” 615.

the Standard Oil Greed Has Recently Been Man-
March of Direct-Legislation, The, 271.

ifested in the Robbing of the Toilers of, 214;
Massachusetts, The Result in, 61.

The Election in, 324; & Further Word on Prime-
Menace of Plutocracy, The, 258.

Minister Seddon's Great Victory in, 437; and
Menace of Privilege, The, 438; The Author of, 186. Australia, Bountiful Harvests in, 646; Marked
Men and Movements that Are Making for Progress, Difference in the Results of Good Crops in, and
512.

in the United States, 646.
Methodist Clergymen on Socialism, Two, 645. Nineteenth Century, Main Currents of Thought
Methods Employed to Discredit High-Minded and in the, 225, 356.

Incorruptible Statesmen, Concrete Illustrations Noa, Frederic M., General Simon Bolivar: The
of, 298.

Liberator of Northern South America, 491; The
Metropolis, Enriching the, by Utilizing Its Waste Proposed Pan-American Trades-College, 603.
and Refuse, 203.

Norway, Reactionary Usurpation in, 83.
Michigan, A Railroad Object-Lesson from, 426. Notes and Comments, 112, 223, 335, 447, 559, 664.
Militarism, The Crushing Burden Which It Has Ohio, The Three-Fold Municipal Victory in, 58;
Imposed on the German People, 207.

The Redemption of, from Boss-Rule, 60; Sena-
Miller, George McA., Economics of Moses, 33, 234. torial Committee Makes Astounding Revelations
Mills, J. Warner, The Economic Struggle in Colo- of Wholesale Corruption, 634; Direct-Legisla-
rado, 150, 243, 467.

tion in, 642.
Milwaukee, The Overturn in: Another Evidence Old-Age Pensions, Extension of, 214.

of the Rising Tide Against Corrupt Municipal Open Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury, An,
Rule and Corporate Domination, 639.

139.
Mirror of the Present, In the, 57, 201, 297, 416, Oregon, the Standard-Bearer of Freedom in the
523, 623.

New World, 523; What the Popular Initiative
Moody, John, A Socialist's Reply to, 164.

Has Already Achieved in, 525; Some Facts About
Moral and Intellectual Inertia, Inactivity Not Mark- the Introduction of Guarded Representative
ed by, 628.

Government in, 525.
Moral Idealism, Common Honesty and, The At- Our Most Dangerous Class: Its Method of Proced-

tempt of the Special-Pleaders for the Criminal ure and How It Menaces Free Institutions, 297.
Rich to Distort the President's Speech into a Our Most Dangerous Class, 303.
Condemnation of Those Who are Leading the Packingtown, The Inferno of, Revealed, 651.
Battle for, 623; The Compulsion of, Has Led Pan-American Trades-College, The Proposed, 603.
Magazine Writers to Battle Against Corruption Parliament, English, Fabians in the, 437.
in High Places, 625.

Parsons, Frank, The Railway Empire, 22; Letter
Moran, Cardinal, His Advocacy of Social Reform from, in Regard to Mr. Olney's Sophistry on the
in Australia, 87.

Railway Question, 68; Railroad Discrimination,
Morley, Mr., and India, 649.

132; Federal Regulation of Railroad Rates, 346.
Moses, Economics of, 33, 234.

Passes, Bribery by Franks and, The Lion in the
Muck-Rake, President Roosevelt's Description of Path of Popular Relief from Public Service Ex-

the Man With the, 623; versus the Muck, The, tortion, 75; The Abolition of, by the Pennsylva-
623.

nia Railroad, 204.
Municipal and Social Advance in England, 320. Peabody, George Foster, His Outspoken Stand for
Municipal Lighting, in Edinburgh, 320; Extension Public-Ownership of Public Utilities, 311.
of, in a Large Western City, 530.

Peace and Humanity, Miss Emily Hobhouse: He-
Municipal-Ownership of Street-Railways in Ger- roine of, 185.

many: A Conservative Educator's Report, 81; Peace Dynamo, The People as a, 538.
A German City Where It is in Full Flower, 82; Peace Propaganda of Socialists, International,
of Public Utilities in Guelph, Ontario, Successful, Creating Alarm in Reactionary Circles, 84.
212; Five Reasons Why We Favor, 526; The Pennsylvania, The Freemen of, and Their Revolt

March of, 526; Mayor, Seattle Elects a, 529. Against Their Masters and Rulers, 61; Railroad,
Municipal Street-Railway Profits in Manchester, The Abolition of Passes by the, 204; The Slaught-
England, 321.

er of the Innocents by Commercialism's Jugger-
Municipal Street-Railways in Liverpool, Magnifi- naut in, 424.
cent Record of, 211.

Pensions, Old-Age, Extension of, 214.
Municipal Victory in Ohio, The Three-fold, 58. People, Mayor Johnson's Victory for the, in Secur-
Municipality, An American, for Two Hundred ing Cheap Street-Car Fares, 205; The Victory of
Years Under Direct-Legislation, 70.

the, Over the Machine in Pittsburg, 426; as a
Nationalization of the Railways of Japan, The, Peace Dynamo, The, 538.

Another Object-Lesson for the United States, 541. Phelps, Arthur S., The Coming Exodus, 390.
National Government, The Onward March of Auto- Philadelphia, The Emancipation of, 57; General

cratic and Bureaucratic Aggressions in the, 66. Hospital, Shameful Disclosures of the Condition
“Nearing Port,” Charles H. Grant's, 615.

of the Insane in the: A Fruit of Machine-Rule,
New Cabinet, The, 209.

204.
New Jersey Election, The, 61.

Philanthropy from the Insurance View-Point,
New Jersey, The Color-Line in, 394.

Trafficking in Trusts; or, 337.
Newton, Rev. R. Heber, on Socialism, 643.

Philippines, America in the, 386.
New York, William Randolph Hearst and the Most Phillips, David Graham: A Twentieth-Century

Exciting Municipal Campaign in the History of, Novelist of Democracy, 252; The Menace of
62.

Plutocracy, 258.
New York City, The Great Uprising in, 59.

Plutocracy, The Menace of, 258; Exhibitions of
Brazen Contempt for Law and Order by Leading of, in Guelph, Ontario, 212; George Foster Pea-
Representatives of the, and by Officials Com- body's Outspoken Stand for Public-Ownership
placent to the Great Corporations, 532.

of, 311.
Plutocracy's Minions in the Senate, Senator La Race Problem, The Heart of the, 29, 274, 606.
Follette Alarms, 637.

Railroad Discrimination, 132.
Pneumonia: A Simple Remedy Recommended by Railroad Object-Lesson from Michigan, A, 426.
a Health Board, 90.

Railroad Rates, Federal Regulation of, 346.
Political Action, The American Federation Declares Railroad-Rate Question, The Latest and Ablest
for, 630.

Work on the, 658.
Political and Commercial Corruption in the United Railway Empire, The, 22.
States, The Battle Against, 631.

Railways and the Government, The: Mr. Olney's
Political Revolution, The New, Inaugurated by the Sophistry Exposed, 67.

November Elections in City and State, 57. Railways, Government-Owned, of Australia, Yield
Politics, Labor a New Factor in, 318.

Millions to the Public Treasury, 86.
Pomeroy, Eltweed, The Initiative a Democratic Rapacity of the Theatrical Trust, The, 200.

Safeguard Against Class-Government, 46; Di. Rascality, Judge Kellogg's Blow at Entrenched,
rect-Legislation in Cartoon, 92; The March of 419.
Direct-Legislation, 271.

Rascals, A Judge Comes to the Rescue of the, 636.
Poor, Wholesale Robbery of the, by False Weights, Reaction, England's Battle Against, 208.
311.

Reactionary Circles, International Peace Propa-
Popular Victory in Boston, A, 59.

ganda of Socialists Creates Alarm in, 84.
Postal-Service Record, England's Magnificent, 212. Reactionary Legislation that Aroused the Demo-
Power Behind the Bosses and Machines, The: A cratic Spirit of England, 316.
Pen-Picture of Wall Street, 97.

Reactionary Movements, Russia's Rôle in the Latest,
Practical Object-Lesson from Providence, the Bond

78.
City, and Detroit, the Free City, A, 314.

Reactionary Usurpation in Norway, 83.
Present, In the Mirror of the, 57, 201, 297, 416, Read, A. Ross, Direct-Legislation in Ohio, 642.
523, 623.

Recall

, The Triumph of the, in Seattle, 530.
President, The, His Strange Ignorance Concerning Redemption of Ohio from Boss-Rule, The, 60.

the Power of Wealth in Our Government, 205; Religion of the Spirit that Maketh for Righteous-
The Attempt of the Special-Pleaders for the ness, The, 100.
Criminal Rich to Distort His Speech into a Con- Religious Advance, 433.
demnation of Those Who are Leading the Battle Religious Bigotry and Intolerance, An Astounding
for Common Honesty and Moral Idealism, 623; Recent Illustration of Medieval, 649.
His Praise for Magazine Writers Who Faithfully Remarriage, Divorce and, 392.
and Conscientiously Unmask Corrupt Conditions, Republic, Privilege Unchecked Will Sound the

624; His Castigation of Judge Humphrey, 639. Doom of the, 421.
Press, The Power Exerted by Privileged Wealth Result in Massachusetts, The, 61.
Over the, 301.

Result in San Francisco, The, 60.
Pressure of Privilege on College and Church, The, Revolution, The New Political, Inaugurated by
302.

the November Elections in City and State, 57.
Primaries, Direct, 587.

Rhode Island's Shame, 427.
Primer of Direct-Legislation, A, 507, 600.

Richard Mansfield, 3.
Principles of the Decorative Art Spirit of Japan in Righteousness, The Religion of the Spirit that

Comparison With Those of Western Countries, Maketh for, 100.
The, 17.

Robbery of the Poor by False Weights, Wholesale,
Privilege, The Menace of, 438; The Author of, 186. 311.
Privilege, The Pressure of, on College and Church, Rogers, Mr., How His Buffoonery and Openly In-
302.

solent Contempt for the High Court Alarmed His
Privilege Unchecked Will Sound the Doom of the Associates, 308.
Republic, 421.

Rogers, W. A.: The Cartoonist of Civic Integrity,
Privileged Interests, How They Have Increased 372.

Their Power in Government by Rewarding Their Romance of Thin Tilly Westover, The, 610.
Servants with Places of Trust, 303.

Roosevelt. President, His Description of the Man
Privileged Wealth, The Power Exerted by, Over With the Muck-Rake, 623.
the Press, 301.

Russia as an Historic Bulwark of Despotism, 78;
Progress, Men and Movements That Are Making The Battle of the Giants in, 211; Again the Vic-
for, 512.

tim of Incarnate Savagery, 538.
Progressive Alliance, The Chicago, 630.

Russia's Rôle in the Latest Reactionary Movements,
Progressive Income Tax in Victoria, Australia, The, 78.

Samuel Milton Jones: The Golden-Rule Mayor,
Prosperity Under the Southern Cross and in the 126.
United States: A Comparison, 646.

San Francisco, The Result in, 60.
Providence, the Bond City, and Detroit, the Free Satterthwait. Linton, The Color-Line in New Jersey,
City, a Practical Object-Lesson from, 314.

394.
Public-Ownership of Public Utilities, George Fos- Savings-Banks, State-Owned, 590.
ter Peabody's Outspoken Stand for, 311.

School City Movement, The Progress of the, 202.
Public-Service Extortion, Bribery by Franks and School City in Practical Operation, Democracy in

Passes: The Lion in the Path of Popular Relief Education; or, the, 516.
from, 75.

Schoonmaker, Edwin Davies, What Our Universi-
Public Utilities, Successful Municipal Ownership tise are Doing for American Literature, 498.

213.

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