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FIMIWOM. "NO STRIKES." SAYS PLUMER.

FIMIWOM. "NO STRIKES." SAYS PLUMER.

The General limiter at ('iiliigne iii reference to threatened strikes in the Itritisli occupied zone should be carefully noted: In with the law all disputes and differences are to he brought for i, n before the e xisting Courts of Arbitration. In the of a si•ttleitient In t bein
01 June 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Freedom

Freedom

• JOUltnal. OF COMMUSINII. Morality, Ter/pence; post-free, 2/d. Anneal Subscription, post-free, 2s. 6d U.S.A. and Canada, 75 cents; Fiance 4 fr. 50 c. 1111010rale price. la. 6d. per dozen (13) post-free in the United Kingdom. AM ceoununications, exchanges, etc., to be addressed
01 June 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS.

BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS.

ANARCHIST MORALITY. By PETER KROPOTKIN. Bd. ANARCHIST COMMUNISM. By PETER KROPOTKIN. 2d. THE PYRAMID OF TYRANNY. By D. NIEUWENHUIS. 24. LAW AND AUTHORITY. By PETER KROPOTKIN. Bd. THE COMMUNE OF PARIS. By PETER KROPOTKIN. 2d. THE CHICAGO MARTYRS. With Portraits. 2d. ANARCHISM AND
01 June 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS.

BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS.

Send post-card to address below for new and revised list of books and pamphlets, post free. ANARCHIST COMMUNISM. By PETER KROPOTKIN. ld. THE WAGE SYSTEM. By PETER KROPOTKIN. ld. THE STATE : ITS HISTORIC ROLE. By PETER KROPOTKIN. 2d. TALK BETWEEN TWO WORKERS. By E. MALATESTA. Id.
01 November 1916 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Notice.

Notice.

Newsagents have frequently refused to supply FREEDOM owing to the difficulty of obtaining the paper. We have now made arrangements with the following agents to supply FREEDOM and also our books and pamphlets at wholesale rates. Readers are requested to notify their newsagents :
01 July 1911 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
July, 1911.

July, 1911.

01 July 1911 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
THE PATRIOTISM OF THE GOVERNING CLASSES.

THE PATRIOTISM OF THE GOVERNING CLASSES.

We have shown that " the country " is a sonorous word designed to induce the workers to defend an order of things which oppresses them. We shall see now if the " love of country,' this " holy sentiment," this " love of the soil which is born in every one," is so deeply rooted in
01 July 1915 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
A GARDEN PARTY AND SOIREE AND BALL IN AID OF OUR INTERNED COMRADES WILL TAKK PLACE ON

A GARDEN PARTY AND SOIREE AND BALL IN AID OF OUR INTERNED COMRADES WILL TAKK PLACE ON

SATURDAY, JULY 24, AT King's Assembly Rooms, 31 Cottage Grove, MILE END, E. (opposite Burdett Road). Commence at 8.30 p.m., till 3 a.m. Tickst4, One Shilling each, can be obtained at Marsh House. Library—Open every evening to comrade'. Thursdays—Discusvion, 8.15 p.m. Saturdays a
01 July 1915 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Anarchist Newspaper Offices Destroyed.

Anarchist Newspaper Offices Destroyed.

The Temps .I'orrreaa.r• for June 25 gives the latest details of the fighting that has taken place in Boerne Ayres during the celebration of the centenary of the Argentine Republic. It was begun by the sons of the capitalist and middle classes, aided by students and police. They
01 July 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FRZEDOK.

FRZEDOK.

readers, unless it be thnt you found prudence the better part of valour. I do not confuse " State " with "society," and I have read Paine's " Rights of Man." Had you read my letters carefully, you would have been spared the pain of appealing to "old-time Itadiceel•" to support y
01 July 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England