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BOOK AND PAMP]

BOOK AND PAMP]

LET LIST. THE PLACE OF ANARCHISM IN SOCIALISTIC EVOLUTION. By Pal ER K IN. 2.1. EVOLUTION AND REVOLUTION. By Buns Racurs. 2d. ANARCHIST COMMUNISM : ITs BASIS AN PRINCIPLES. By PETRI,. KROPOTKIW. 341. LAW AND AUTHORITY. BY Plena KROPOIKIN. 31. THE CHICAGO MARTYRS. With Portraits.
01 September 1920 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
United States.

United States.

While Trade Unions in England are politically checkmated by the Osborne judgment, those of America are suffering almost as badly from injunctions that the Courts are constantly hurling against them. Judge Richardson, of Massachusetts, has by his ruling almost swept away the righ
01 September 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
JULY, 1923.

JULY, 1923.

01 July 1923 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM. Organised Idolatry.

FREEDOM. Organised Idolatry.

" The Prime Minister towered head and shoulders practically above everyone in the House of Commons."—Miss Margaret Bondfield (Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Labour). " Mr. Ramsay MacDonald is the biggest thing the country has ever seen."—Mr. Stephen Walsh (Minister f
01 April 1924 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
PAMPHLET AND BOOK LIST.

PAMPHLET AND BOOK LIST.

ANARCHIST COMMUNISM : Ire Basis AND PRINCIPLES. By Prrn KROPOTEIN. 3d. THE STATE : In Mom= ROLL. By Pm= 4d. THE WAGE SYSTEM. By P. 2.1. ANARCHY. By E. MALATESTA. 3d. THE PLACE OF ANARCHISM IN SOCIALISTIC EVOLUTION. By PRYER KROPOTKIN. 2d. REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT. By Peter Kropo
01 April 1924 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
The Industrial Syndicalist Education League.

The Industrial Syndicalist Education League.

This League, the object of which is explained by its title, held a very pleasant conversazione on January 1 at Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street. There were some speeches during the evening, the most notable being those by George Lansbury (in the chair) and Tom Mann. After Lansbury
01 January 1912 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
PROPAGANDA NOTES.

PROPAGANDA NOTES.

[Reports of the Mov later enumt are anth specially f invited month. , and ] should be sent in not the 25th o each LIVERPOOL—George Barrett held fairly successful meetings dining his short stay in Liverpool. On Sunday afternoon, December 10, he addressed the youngsters; a tine le
01 January 1912 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
An Appeal for " Freedom."

An Appeal for " Freedom."

()wing to the war, our income has been seriously affected, and we ask comrades and friends to help our (;uamntee Fund to the best of their ability. Funds are urgently needed to produce regularly. We hope for a good response to this appeal.
01 April 1915 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
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(March s—March 31.) F l lllllOOll ihiesel.--Collected by E. Goldman at Mother Earth's 10th Birthday Celebration £2 la, S. Cowin 3s, H. W. Journet 2a, J. Bedford Is, collected by H. C. Donovan 18. 6d, M. Booker Is, P. Ennis 2s6d, Gateshead Group ss. FIUIRDOM thAteripainss.—C. T. M
01 April 1915 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
NOTES. A Lesson from Australia. Now that the election fever is over, and those who have worked for the Labour

NOTES. A Lesson from Australia. Now that the election fever is over, and those who have worked for the Labour

Party can begin to estimate what return is likely to come to the workers for all their efforts, it is an opportune moment to call attention to what is happening in Australia. In our International Notes we quote from the Melbourne Socialist, which is not opposed to political acti
01 February 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England