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THE COMMON CAUSE

TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE:

THE COMMON CAUSE represents the beginning of a new and systematic movement in opposition to Socialism.

We believe that it is high time that our people of all classes should understand what the Socialist propaganda is and what it means. We cannot longer be indifferent to its claims or its aims.

THE COMMON CAUSE will endeavor to represent the Common Sense of the American people-their love of right and justice, truth and sincerity, sanity and morality.

THE COMMON CAUSE stands for Manhood, for Labor, for Capital, for good Government, for Good Will, for Law and Order, for Stability and Progress.

No effort will be spared to make THE COMMON CAUSE thoroughly representative of all that is highest and best in our national life— a magazine of the greatest interest and of the most reliable character as regards its information.

To all interested in preserving our institutions against the assaults of frenzied ignorance or deliberate and crafty demagogy this magazine will appeal, and their co-operation and support are earnestly solicited.

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THE SOCIAL REFORM PRESS

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BOARD OF EDITORIAL DIRECTORS
JAMES J. WALSH, M.D., Ph.D.,
Dean of Fordham University School of Medicine

CHARLES H. MCDERMOTT, Author of "The Gospel of Greed," etc.

BIRD S. COLER, former Comptroller of Greater New York, Author of "Socialism in the Schools," etc. CONDE B. PALLEN, Ph.D., Managing Editor Catholic Encyclopedia.

A. S. ISAACS, Ph.D., New York
University

GEORGE E. RINES, Managing Editor
Encyclopedia Americana.
THOMAS F. WOODLOCK, President
of the Laymen's League for Retreats
and Social Studies.

PETER W. COLLINS, International
Secretary of the Brotherhood of Elec-
trical Workers.

VICTOR HUGO DURAS, Official Lecturer of the Peace Society.

JOHN R. MEADER, Managing Editor

ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR PUBLICATION IN THE
COMMON CAUSE ARE CORDIALLY INVITED

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Copyright, 1912, by

THE SOCIAL REFORM PRESS

Entered at New York, N. Y., Postoffice as Second-class Matter

The text of this magazine is protected by copyright but the use of such matter is permitted providing proper credit is given to

THE COMMON CAUSE

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