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April, 1910.

April, 1910.

01 April 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Switzerland.

Switzerland.

A great reaction on the part of the Government, as well a state of depression in the working—lass movement, are for the moment very evident in the French-spisking part of here, as elsewhere, politics are the means used to brisk up the workers' Unions. The National Trade Federat
01 April 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
VoL. XXIV.—No. 231 NOTES. Conferences and Common Sense. The advantage of such conferences as have recently been held by the

VoL. XXIV.—No. 231 NOTES. Conferences and Common Sense. The advantage of such conferences as have recently been held by the

I.L.P. and the S.D.l'. is that they afford an opportunity for outsiders to judge not only how much common sense may exist in such gatherings, but also what stupidities can be uttered by leading wiseacres, and what ridiculous attitudes can be taken up by political poseurs who are
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* * * The triumph of the Conservatives was completed in this way. And then, in all the great questions which interested the country there came a general reaction. Instead of discussing the great problems which the Socialist revival had brought to the front, the British worker was
01 April 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
April, 1910. considered as most firmly established, and instead of going forward, the workers found themselves compelled to defend rights

April, 1910. considered as most firmly established, and instead of going forward, the workers found themselves compelled to defend rights

that hitherto had been regarded as most sacred. The decision of the judges in the Taff Vale case left the workers henceforth responsible for the losses of the masters caused by striking without due notice. The Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants had to pay £83,000 to the mas
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* * * These elections were followed everywhere with the greatest interest—with anxiety by the international clique of monopolists. Nearly all advanced people have had some illusions about their possible results. Now we have the result, and it is such as we might all have foreseen
01 April 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
April. 1910.

April. 1910.

01 April 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM.

FREEDOM.

" We have drawn the teeth and clipped the claws 4,f the Socialist tiger," exclaims with jubilation that Conservative journal, the Spectator. The Liberals in reality have lost more than 120 seats. Together with the labour Party, they will probably have a majority of about 10 vote
01 April 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England