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VoL XXXI —No. 838.

VoL XXXI —No. 838.

01 February 1917 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FEBRUARY, 1917.

FEBRUARY, 1917.

01 February 1917 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
L. A. N. are in 'so:session of the !mid you will have liberty and justice, fur liberty and justice are

L. A. N. are in 'so:session of the !mid you will have liberty and justice, fur liberty and justice are

not lieereed, but are the result of economic independence: they soling from the tact that the individual is able to live without depending o► a master." You cannot preach colonies to the people as " the way out " and insist, as Miss Hope seems to do in her pamphlet, that they sh
01 August 1917 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
RAID ON " SATIRE."

RAID ON " SATIRE."

Owing to a slight disorganisation caused the raid, some SO ire readers and agents may not have received their usual, enpies. Please write at once, giving full name and addres s , t o SATIIIE," 127. STREET, N.W. I.
01 December 1917 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Dzczum, 1917. RAIDS AND CENSORSHIP. At the present moment in every Allied country there is a very strong minority working

Dzczum, 1917. RAIDS AND CENSORSHIP. At the present moment in every Allied country there is a very strong minority working

for peace by negotiation. We do not refer to the ordinary pacifist and anti-war organisations, but to influential commercial and political groups, similar to those who inspired Lord Lansdowne's letter, who fear that if th , ) war is to be continued until the Central Powers are c
01 December 1917 - 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
 
NOTES.

NOTES.

01 October 1917 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Peke to Eater Private Pleating..

Peke to Eater Private Pleating..

The octopus which has gripped us for so long a period of time —we refer to the Defence cf the Realm Act—has thrown out yet one more tentacle in the form of a new Order just issued, giving to the police the right to be present at private meetings. This regulation provides that wh
01 March 1917 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England