(New York: The Liberator Publ. Co., 1919). First edition. Monthly socialist magazine featuring art, poetry, fiction, political reporting and commentary. Established by siblings Max and Crystal Eastman in 1918 after The Masses was shutdown by government officials. Cover portrait of Abraham Lincoln by Boardman Robinson; woodcuts by J. J. Lankes, cartoons by Art Young, poetry by Hazel Hall, Nina Bull, Rose Henderson, Elizabeth Jane Coastsworth, Beulah Amidon, et al. Stapled paperwraps, approximately 8.5 x 10.75", 50pp plus covers. Few tiny edge tears, otherwise near fine.