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NOTES.

NOTES.

The Political Struggle. Much as one may despise politics—and even if, as is the case with we Anarchists, one should remain entirely outside and aloof from Parliamentary methods in the social struggle—it can only give satisfaction to find a reviving spirit of democratic Radicalis
01 January 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM.

FREEDOM.

uniform beliefs and customs. We are still under that spell, and habitually think of the whole of society accepting by persuasion, by example, or by force a new social system that would bring justice and freedom for all. In the past and present uniform systems seem to prevail, fe
01 January 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
To Correspondents.

To Correspondents.

S. D. (Eastbourne).--Read the articles on Russia in last year's Faicanom. A. Paarmta and A. U. HOLT.—Crowded out. Will appear next month. ALDRED FUND. The following Sums have been received since our last Further donations are solicited, which will be acknowledged in columns :—W.
01 January 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

The Universal Reformer. No. 1. Monthly, Id. Edinburgh : N. Levy, 12 Hill Square. Horace Greeley and the Working Class Origins of the Republican Party. By John R. Commons. 24 pp. Boston (U.S.A.): Ginn and Co., 29 Beacon Street. • I had not noticed these passers at the time i publ
01 January 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
TO VOTE IS TO BE DUPES.

TO VOTE IS TO BE DUPES.

[A translation as published in The Anarchist, London, December, 1885, of a letter by Elise Reclus, published as a poster by the Anarchist Propaganda Group of Paris at the time of the General Election in France in the autumn of 18851 llarens (Vaud), Switzerland, September 211, CO
01 January 1910 - 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
 
Russia.

Russia.

The State 1414,14 is everywhere a heavy burden on the people, but nowhere is it so crushing as in Russia, where 2,4100,1HN0.1NN1 roubles (.£24(1, 1 00 4 1, 1 0 0 ) is spent annually by the Government, and yet every year there is a detieit of 17 to million pounds which have to be
01 February 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
VOL. XXIV.—No. 230.

VOL. XXIV.—No. 230.

01 February 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM. Mr. H. W. Nevinson on Rebellion.

FREEDOM. Mr. H. W. Nevinson on Rebellion.

On Sunday, January 30, at South I'l,►ce Institute, • lecture on Rebellion," given by Mr. H. W. Nevinson, bad special interest for London Anarchist►. The lecturer made a strong point of the fact that all through history rebels had always been more cruelly tortured and executed th
01 February 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Uitee'Vo-m.

Uitee'Vo-m.

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01 February 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England