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Periodical: The Vanguard [Wisconsin]

Summary:  From Pat Deveney's database:

Vanguard, The.
A High-Class Monthly. A Leading Exponent of Constructive Socialism and Rational Religion / Devoted to the Best Things in Life and Literature.
They must upward still and onward who would keep abreast of Truth
1902-1905? Monthly
Milwaukee, then Green Bay, WI. Publisher: Milwaukee Social-Democratic Publishing Company; Vanguard Press. Editor: J.M.A. Spence.
1/1, November 1902. Fifty Cents; 32 pp.

Advertisement in Henry Edward Lane, Diagnosis of the Eye (1904), in Banner of Light 98/12 (November 11, 1905): 3, and in Self-Culture, January 1904, which calls it “an independent and vigorous exponent of Rational Religion, Scientific Socialism, and Practical Psychology." The last category broadly included all that is encompassed by the terms New Thought and the Metaphysical Movement, and the journal featured contributions by Ella Wheeler Wilcox ("Who is a Socialist?"-"Who on the Golden Rule shall dare insist, Behold in him the modern Socialist") and Herbert A. Parkyn and excerpts from Gerald Massey. The journal proclaimed in its first issue: “We Believe in the Fatherhood of God; in the Brotherhood of Man; in the Co-operative Commonwealth; in Continuous Inspiration; in Progressive Revelation; in Spiritual Unfoldment; in Mental Harmony; in Physical Health; and in the Kingdom of God, Here and Now and Everywhere and Always." University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Issues:Vanguard V1 N1 Nov 1902
Vanguard V1-2 1903-4

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