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NOTES.

NOTES.

01 May 1914 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Home Office "Humanity."

Home Office "Humanity."

Apropos of Lloyd George's claim for himself and brethren, it is worth noting how one of his confreres, McKenna—a "priest" of a very high order, the order of the rope—has shown his humanity on a recent occasion, viz., the execution of the lad Kelly at Oldham. This was carried out
01 January 1914 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
A FEW THOUGHTS ABOUT THE ESSENCE

A FEW THOUGHTS ABOUT THE ESSENCE

OF ANARCHISM. ( Letter by P. KaoPoTKIN to Me French AnarcAist Congress held at Paris in August last.) It would simply be impossible to enumerate all the happenings of the past year that have interest in a special sense for the sincere revolutionists—that is, for those who ferven
01 January 1914 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
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01 May 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
1912.

1912.

An eventful year has just closed with its three hundred and sixty-six pages that will be worked out into chapters and volumes when its most significant history comes to be written. full of happenings has it been, all of which have interest for the revolutionist, the reformer, th
01 January 1913 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
VoL. XXVI.—No. 284.

VoL. XXVI.—No. 284.

01 December 1912 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Freedom

Freedom

• 07 pod-/ne, 4d.; U.S.A., 3 Cents; /Prow, 16 Cest.iseu. pet-free, la. 6d. ; U.S.A.. 40c. • France, Mr. Should be sent by International Mosey Order.
01 April 1917 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM.

FREEDOM.

July, 1917. TOWARDS THE LAND. My Dear Maurice,—This letter is mainly intended to deal with the land question you raised as a counter-attraction to the idea of working for a revolution in the economic sense. But us you have now sent me a further letter recapitulating your origina
01 July 1917 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FRANKENSTEIN.

FRANKENSTEIN.

When, at the outbreak of war, the British Government announced its intention of crushing German militarism, it was pointed out in these columns that such a feat would only be possible by means of the creation of a greater militarism in Britain. Of course, very few believed us, f
01 July 1917 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Guild Socialism and the State.

Guild Socialism and the State.

in the Daily Herald of June :;0, G. H. D. Cole and W. Mellor discuss the question of Guild Socialism in its relation to the State. " You can change the State by ending the wage system," they tell us. But it seems to us they are confusing the real point at issue. In the first pla
01 July 1914 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England