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    Pearson’s Magazine (US) [v40 #5, March 1919] (15¢, 48pp, large flat)
    Many of the contents bear no author credit but I suspect they are almost all editorially written. Details supplied by Mike Ashley.
    • 193 · In the Name of Inhumanity · Anon. · ar
    • 194 · Scientific Morality · Anon. · ar
    • 196 · The Espionage Law · Gilbert E. Roe · ar
    • 199 · The Truth About Russia and Lenine’s Success · Frank Harris · ar; (the name is spelled Lenine throughout the article).
    • 201 · How Uncle Sam Is Swindled: The True Story of Hog Island · Anon. · ar
    • 203 · A Further Exposure · J. L. Spivak · ar; also on Hog Island.
    • 205 · The Torturing of Conscientious Objectors · Frank Harris · ar
    • 207 · The Y.M.C.A. and the Red Cross · Anon. · ar
    • 208 · Bismarck’s Triumph and Fall · Anon. · ar
    • 210 · Men Who Amuse Our Four Hundred Millions, I: Marcus Loew · Guido Bruno · ar
    • 211 · The Irony of Chance · Frank Harris · ss The Forum Jul 1910
    • 216 · Snapshots of “People of Importance” · Anon. · cl; updates on Karl Liebknecht and Jan Padarewski.
    • 218 · James Thomson: An Unknown Immortal · Frank Harris · ar
    • 223 · To Drink or Not to Drink · [Misc.] · ms; various comments about prohibition.
    • 224 · Greenwich Village After the War · Anon. · ar
    • 225 · After War Theatricals · M. M. · ar
    • 227 · Prison Life in the U.S.A. [Part 1 of ?] · Ex-Convict · ar
    • 228 · How the British Lion Crowns Himself with American Laurels · Anon. · ar
    • 230 · Because I’m Black: New Year, 1919 · Lucian B. Watkins · pm
    • 231 · Books · Frank Harris · br
    • 234 · Through the Editor’s Eyes · Frank Harris · ed
    • 236 · With Our Readers · Readers · lc


    Pearson’s Magazine (US) [v42 #10, August 1919] (15¢, 48pp, large flat)
    The volume numbering is as shown on the contents page but should still be vol. 40. Advertising is back in this issue. Details supplied by Mike Ashley.
    • 433 · The Acid Test · Anon. · ar
    • 434 · “The Guiltiest Beast” · Anon. · ms
    • 435 · Five World-Shaking Events · Frank Harris · ar
    • 436 · Memories of Swinburne, Morris and Whitman · Ernest Rhys · ar
    • 438 · The Infamous Blockade: Who Is Responsible? · Frank Harris · ar
    • 439 · The Infamous Night Court · Frank Harris · ar
    • 441 · The New German Ambassador · Frank Harris · ar
    • 442 · Pitiful · John Galsworthy · pm To-Day Nov 1917; also reproduced facsimile of letter from Galsworthy.
    • 443 · Memories of Jugo-Slavia [Part 2 of ?] · Evarist Arz · ar
    • 446 · A Great Letter from Miss Goldman · Emma Goldman · lr; really a letter thanking Harris for various books and praising them with copious notes by Harris.
    • 448 · The Brutality of U.S. Militarism · Anon. · ar
    • 449 · In Central Africa · Frank Harris · ss
    • 456 · New York Amusement · Guido Bruno · ar
    • 458 · May Day in Cleveland · Anon. · ar
    • 460 · Wit and Wisdom · [Misc.] · ms
    • 461 · Two True Poets: A Man and a Woman · Anon. · ar; about J. C. Squire and Nora Bomford, probably by Frank Harris.
    • 463 · How These Communists Love ne Another! · Frank Harris · ar; really a response by Harris to a refutation of a previous response by Max Eastman.
    • 465 · The New York Dope Clinic [Part 1 of ?] · Anon. · ar
    • 467 · Three or Four Books to Read · Frank Harris · br
    • 470 · Through the Editor’s Eyes · Frank Harris · ed
    • 472 · Letters to the Editor · Readers · lc; these are often long letters which, with Harris’s response, are mini-articles in their own right.


    Pearson’s Magazine (US) [v44 #12, October 1919] (15¢, 48pp, large flat)
    Another peculiarity in the volume numbering, which should still be volume 40. Details supplied by Mike Ashley.
    • 529 · The English Wilson and the U.S. Senate · Anon. · ar
    • 530 · High Prices and Government Prosecutions · Anon. · ar
    • 533 · The League of Dam-Nations · Anon. · ar
    • 534 · How England Robs Ireland · Frank Harris · ar
    • 536 · Burleson the Unspeakable! · Anon. · ar; a brief attack on the Postmaster General.
    • 537 · American Railroads One Per Cent. Efficient · Anon. · ar
    • 538 · Horace Traubel: Ad Memoriam · Frank Harris · ar
    • 539 · His Birthday · Teresa Hooley · pm
    • 540 · The New Miracle: Hearing Light · Fournier d’Albe · ar
    • 541 · Two Great Souls: Lenine and Anatole France · Anon. · ar
    • 543 · Voices from Germany, Austria and London · Anon. · ar
    • 545 · Victory of the Striking Actors · Anon. · ar
    • 546 · Bullitt’s Bomb · Frank Harris · ar
    • 547 · God’s Own Mad Lover · Grover Harrison · ss
    • 551 · The Shrine of Truth · James Rhoades · pm
    • 552 · Embarrassing Experiences · Anon. · cl; calls for contributions from readers.
    • 556 · Tolstoi’s Biographer on Bolshevism · Isaac McBride · ar
    • 557 · Hyndman, the Communist · Frank Harris · ar
    • 560 · Wit and Wisdom · [Misc.] · ms
    • 562 · A Miracle and No Wonder · Frank Harris · pl
    • 565 · Autumn Wind · Colin Hurry · pm
    • 566 · Books · Frank Harris · br
    • 571 · Letters to the Editor · Readers · lc


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