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Freedom

Freedom

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01 August 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
" DORA " IN AUSTRALIA.

" DORA " IN AUSTRALIA.

The Socialist (Melbourne) for April t t and gives some interesting news of the tyrannical actions of the Government under the War Precautions Act. Many prosecutions for flying the Red Flag take place every month, six months' imprisonment being the usual sentence. Ten such senten
01 August 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
APRIL, 1919

APRIL, 1919

VOL XXXIII.—No. 359 NOTES. The War Against Revolution. At last the Allied capitalists have determined to defy the workers who are opposed to intervention in Russia, and new and stronger forces are to be sent to Archangel and the Murmansk Coast at once. The excuses given for scal
01 April 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Freedom

Freedom

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01 March 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
NOVEMBER, 190

NOVEMBER, 190

Vol. XXXIII.—No. 866 NOTES. War by Starvation. The Note handed by the Armistice Commission to the German Government, inviting them to join in the blockade of Russia, is a proof of the Allied Government's supreme contempt for their own peoples. In France, in Great Britain, and in
01 November 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
SEXUAL MORALITY AND THE CHURCH. The Church of England is taking upon itself more and more the of the guardian

SEXUAL MORALITY AND THE CHURCH. The Church of England is taking upon itself more and more the of the guardian

of public morality. Though it possesses not a single qualification for the office, yet at Church Congresses and the like we are called upon to listen to arid discourses on the need of more babies from celibate clergymen who do not intend to have any, and the wickedness of " birt
01 November 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
vegetables,' fruit, etc., according to the number in each family. The surplus crops are sold to the district agricultural association.

vegetables,' fruit, etc., according to the number in each family. The surplus crops are sold to the district agricultural association.

The district association purchases the seeds, manures, and machinery required, and sells the produce to the town population, or organises various subsidiary agricultural industries like dairying► or beet sugar manufacture. The local societies are required to spend half of each y
01 July 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
SEPTEMBER, 191:► Polka Spies.

SEPTEMBER, 191:► Polka Spies.

The prominence given to the case of W. F. Watson, of the London Workers' Committee, whom the Home Secretary said was paid by the police for information he vofi►ntarily gave them, whilst at the same time carrying on a revolutionary pmpdganda, has been the means of drawing attenti
01 September 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
NOTES. Tim Cooing Crisis. The signing of peace with Germany has increased the intensity of the struggle between Capital and

NOTES. Tim Cooing Crisis. The signing of peace with Germany has increased the intensity of the struggle between Capital and

Labour in this country. The war with Russia (costing i;:s,coo,000 a week) and the numerous smaller wars on the continent prevent trade returning to normal conditions, and with unemployment on the increase and the price of food beginning to jump up again, the coming winter will b
01 August 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
PROPAGANDA GROUP'S REPORT.

PROPAGANDA GROUP'S REPORT.

The ramble and tea arranged by the Propaganda Group for July 20 was not the success one could wish for; the meetings protesting against the intervention in Russia being held the same day obviously lessened the attendance at our outing, and, realising the importance of the Russia
01 August 1919 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England