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FREEDOM.

FREEDOM.

August-September, 1902. New Book of Kitty.. by Morrison Davidson, published by F. R. Henderson, 26 Paternoster Square, E.C.; cloth 25., paper Is. La Co»thlie Italienne ea Froore et le The,ltre de lu Poire, by N. M. Bernadin. Schleicher frres, Paris, 2fr.50. This is the first vol
01 September 1902 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Trial or Anton.lll and Barber'. Subscriptions received for the fence of our Comrades. Collected by Wilquet 'Alice Carried forward ....£l7

Trial or Anton.lll and Barber'. Subscriptions received for the fence of our Comrades. Collected by Wilquet 'Alice Carried forward ....£l7

Collected by Vermont ... William Rossetti Tochatti Collected at a lecture of Tcherkeaoff Ragnzzi Polett.i Zemin) Colleeted by E. Defendi : Dusa se., Ernesto 6d., G. C. 6d., L. W. Is., X. Is., Mallon ls., Adolfo 6d., Ilattaini Is., Une Marsh List No. 3 : H. Zalandet los., N. N. I
01 October 1905 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
AUGUST, 1906. Education under Reactionist Spain.

AUGUST, 1906. Education under Reactionist Spain.

It is a well-known fact that popular instruction in Spain is sadly neglected, almost as much as in Turkey and Ronnie. What little is given is poor in quantity as well as in quality, chiefly in the latter respect, as it rests under the control, more or less, of priests and monks,
01 August 1906 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM PAM PHLETS.

FREEDOM PAM PHLETS.

No. 1. THE WAGE SYSTEM. Br PETER KRoPoTem. No. & THE COMMUNE OF PARIS. BY PETER ICROPOTKIN. Id. No. 3. A TALK ABOUT ANARCHIST•COMMUNISM arming TWO WORICERS. BY E. MALATESTA. Id. No. 4. ANARCHIST COMMUNISM : ITS BASIS AND PRINCIPLES. BY PETER KROPOTKIN. Id. No. 11. THE STATE : rr
01 August 1906 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
IS IT PRACTICAL?

IS IT PRACTICAL?

WE are often asked, and we asked again in our last issue by a member of the Independent Labor party, why should we not use Parliamentary legislation for p►omoting our ideas, or, at least, for attaining through legislative channels some of the reforms which once improve the condi
01 April 1894 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
The Chicago Conference.

The Chicago Conference.

(/report concluded.*) Two days, Oct. 4 and 5, were devoted to the discussion of tactics:, and the following resolutions were passed : " Whereas, all methods of producing , di stributin g and exchanging the wealth H of the world being in the hands of a privileged class, whereby t
01 April 1894 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
THE RIVALS.

THE RIVALS.

Old La%t, cheek-swine:a laid ehareo►tl-eyed, Lay in her chamb►er►t, ill, While unctuous servants vainly tried Her Bold itlanns to still. Nine judges sat about her hc•d, And each one coughed and shook his head. I)oet.or. , profound, intensa Compared her temperature; Anointeal vol
01 December 1917 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
children in their thirst for knowledge of this particularly interesting subject. The attention displayed and the lively questions asked proved

children in their thirst for knowledge of this particularly interesting subject. The attention displayed and the lively questions asked proved

to us that the y Lad interested the children. The elder scholars meet together on Tuesday evenings to read and discuss things. Ferrer's book on his schools is at present under observation, and we hope that our elder youngsters will advance their ideas through this study of Ferre
01 August 1913 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
XXXI.—No. 336.

XXXI.—No. 336.

01 May 1917 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
MAY, 1917

MAY, 1917

01 May 1917 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England