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LAW AND THE PEOPLE.

LAW AND THE PEOPLE.

People in social health no more require law than people in physical health require medicine. So that law and physic are merely attempted aids for sick people. And the sick people have to be very careful that the proferred aids do not kill or enslave them. In many instances the a
01 December 1915 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
U.S.A. NOTES.

U.S.A. NOTES.

The Francisco Ferrer Association of New York has issued an appeal on behalf of the Libertarian School for Children which has been started at Stelton, New Jersey. It is an extension of the school that has been carried on in New York City during the past. four winters, and at pres
01 December 1915 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
for a local farmer, the proposed wages being 4s. weekly, hours ten per day and no food allowed. The boy

for a local farmer, the proposed wages being 4s. weekly, hours ten per day and no food allowed. The boy

would have to breakfast not later than 5.30 &m., then journey to the farm, and take his dinner at about one o'clock. A highly desirable regime for a growing lad. We are glad to learn that this particular case was adjourned for a fortnight, but what of the cases of sweated child
01 April 1916 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
THE REVOLT ON THE CLYDE.

THE REVOLT ON THE CLYDE.

Since the Minister of Munitions (Lloyd George) got such a nasty setback at Glasgow last Christmas, he has been waiting for an opportunity to " get his own back " on the men who had the courage to tell him their opinion of him and his Munitions Act. First, Forward, which publishe
01 April 1916 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM.

FREEDOM.

or physically with the youth whose energies are not riotous enough to render those " ultra-respectable " people indignant. Upheavals in society are inevitable, and I presume one of the planks of our propaganda is to spread our ideas and prepare for the aftermath. The same argume
01 April 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
OCTOBER►, 1914.

OCTOBER►, 1914.

: ONE PENNY. Destruction of Rheims Cathedral. The destruction of the beautiful cathedral of Rheims. a wanton act in the wasteful business of war, is a matter of re gret Such destruction is, we suppose, what one must expect when the machines of murder run amok. We cannot, however
01 October 1914 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM.

FREEDOM.

I Ictober, 1914. Socialist Party was suppressed, and the following year the old one shared the same fate, in the time of the second revolution. By this time, China was in a very confused and shocking state. The revolutionists were defeated, everywhere the people were threatened
01 October 1914 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
VItliEDOl. THE DAY IS COMING

VItliEDOl. THE DAY IS COMING

Coma hither, lads, and hearken, for a tale there is to tell, Of the wonderful days a-coming, when all shall be better than well. And the tale shall be told of a country, a land in the midst of a sea, And folk shall call it England in the days that are to be. There more than one
01 February 1913 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM.

FREEDOM.

can avoid it. Let the very idea of masters and servants, rulers and ruled, governors and governed, be banished from your minds. Strive, not for mastery of your fellow men, but to overcome the temptations to ambition, idlencss, vanity, which you know are vile, unsocial passions;
01 February 1913 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FRICZDOM.

FRICZDOM.

managed to eat all their previous arguments in favour of a noncontributory scheme of old-age pensions, in discussing these new proposals of Lloyd George. The fact is, the Labour Party is now so far committed to the Liberals that it is unable to take an independent lead on any qu
01 October 1911 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England