Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 2,191 articles

German Women Waking Up.

German Women Waking Up.

There is hope for the docile German working man, for the war has caused the proverbial woman-worm to turn at last and to discover her awn importance. When what is left of the former bread-winner returns, and discovers (as will he the case with his English opponent) the women in
01 January 1916 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM.

FREEDOM.

voice at all in the matter. We were told that we were going to protect the independence of small nations. How nice of us. Now we are busy protecting the independence of reeve, by telling her that if she does not do what we want her t do, so much the worse for her. Oh, glorious c
01 December 1915 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM.

FREEDOM.

can we rid ourselves of the war incubus. The Government uses both workers and consumers in the ser% ice of its financial masters; but it has not )et occurred to the people of this country that as workers and consumers their interests are diametrically opposed to those of the Gov
01 September 1918 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FRKZDOM. April, 1910. are the representatives of industrial capitalism. This might have been true (if it ever was) fifty years

FRKZDOM. April, 1910. are the representatives of industrial capitalism. This might have been true (if it ever was) fifty years

ago, but it is true no more, since all sorts of capitalism have grown up, and immense fortunes have been accumulated quite independent of industry. It is now known that the incomes of this country derived from monopolies—banks, railways, navigation, water, and so on — secured in
01 April 1910 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
ONCE MORE--

ONCE MORE--

Comrades, here's to the Modern School ! It is impossible to put in mere words what this meatus to the movement : what a paradise it has been to the little ones--aye and t►► the big ones also ; what unending effort and unselfish devotion on the part of the teachers, what patience
01 October 1914 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
THE DEATH OF A PEOPLE.

THE DEATH OF A PEOPLE.

The truly awful state of the inhabitants of Vienna and what is left of the old Austrian Empire can hardly be realised by the British people, whose food supply during the war was infinitely better than that of any other country except the United States. Starvation and wasting dis
01 October 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FltEEl►uMl. 11 order their 11%es. and as, on the contrary, we are as yet engaged in the battle to secure

FltEEl►uMl. 11 order their 11%es. and as, on the contrary, we are as yet engaged in the battle to secure

that ►►trite of Alain, is it not wiser that the indi%klual discard for the time being his ultra-logical attitude of non-participation in all authoritarian movements in order to take part in this struggle which will, at least, mean one step towards a brighter era? It will urged t
01 February 1918 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
INTERNATIONAL NOTES.

INTERNATIONAL NOTES.

United States. The following extract is taken from a letter written by a friend New York : " I suppose you read in the English newspaper► about our recent election in the United States. On the whole, I think the result ws. moderately satisfactory. President Taft, who has been on
01 January 1913 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Patriotism and Profit.

Patriotism and Profit.

The scandal of the exorbitant freight charges and gigantic profits of the shipping companies has again been filling our daily Press. It has cropped up periodically since the war began, and it still stands where it did. The Government readily find a plausible excuse, and go so fa
01 March 1916 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
, 1919. TM Loam Ninon. There is one point about the League of Nations which we would bring to the

, 1919. TM Loam Ninon. There is one point about the League of Nations which we would bring to the

notice of those " constitutional " Socialists who were so loud in their praises of that scheme. For many years they have been preaching in favour of capturing political power as a m?tuis of bringing about economic changes. Do they realise that if the League of Nations is establi
01 March 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England