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• JOURNAL OP SIT COMISIONISIL Monthly, One Penny; post-free, lid.; U.S.A., 3 Gnu; 15 Cesstinseo. Annual Subscription, post-free, Is. 6d.; U.S.A., 40c.; France, 2fr. Foreign Subscriptions should be sent by International Money Order. Wholesale price, le. 61. per quire of post-hoe i
01 August 1914 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
BOOK NOTES.

BOOK NOTES.

the mad der Kriey (" Social Democracy and the War "). By Paul Schreyer. 10 pieni2ig. Published by - Saithiritet, Copenhagen. The author dissects, in this pamphlet, the attitude and tactics of German Social Democracy towards war. He begins by saying :—" We Anarchists have always
01 March 1915 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
JANUARY, 1914.

JANUARY, 1914.

01 January 1914 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
War and Waste.

War and Waste.

The war against Mexico entered upon by the United States ought to be the last lesson the people need to convince them that the ruling classes, with the financiers at their head, hold the workers down by a system of sheer brigandage. Why has President Wilson been unable to steer
01 May 1914 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM.

FREEDOM.

01 January 1914 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
KONTILI

KONTILI

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01 January 1914 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
SEPTEMBER, 1913

SEPTEMBER, 1913

Von XYVIL—No. 293 NOTES. The " Strike Epidemic." To call the present unrest a " strike epidemic " is only a superficial way of describing a growing and deep-seated discontent with the glaringly abnormal conditions of a society which condemns the producer to live (?) on an insuff
01 September 1913 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
DEMAND PEACE.

DEMAND PEACE.

Both Germany and Britain have been busy during the past month martyring their peace " cranks," as a scornful and bribed Press loves to describe them. And those who have been busy celebrating the nativity of the Prince of Peace have been loudest in their denunciations of these tr
01 January 1916 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
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• •• Monthly. Chit Penny; lest true. led.; D.8.A.. $ Cents; Prone*, 15 &shouts. Annual fieseseripties, poet-free. Is. Id.; 17.8. A., 40e.; France, 2fr. Foreign Subscriptions should be sent by International Money Order. Wholesale price. Is. 6d. per quire of post-free in the Unite
01 January 1916 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
An Appeal for " Freedom."

An Appeal for " Freedom."

Owing to the war, our income has been seriously affected, and we ask comrades and friends to help our Guarantee Fund to the best of their ability. Funds are urgently needed to produce FREEDOM regularly. We hope for a gocd response to our appeal. January, 19111. TWO ATTITUDES. (F
01 January 1916 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England