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THE WAGE SYSTEM.

THE WAGE SYSTEM.

By PETER KROPOTKI NE. Price Id. each, or Bd. a dozen. Printed and published for the proprietors by C. M. Wilson, at the Labour Press Limited (Co-operative Society), 57 Chancery Lane, London, W.C.
01 March 1890 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
I)1, glee.

I)1, glee.

glee. (law 1%41.m% Poor. wen's laws! Ha! ha! Poor men 11011 . t need laws to ma,:e them able to dig and plant, or build machines and houses, or make roads, or steer ships, or take notice awl lean. things, 111111 think. They can do all that as easily as bees can make a honeycomb a
01 July 1895 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
show that comrades in that centre have been taking active part in the recent labor troubles. There is an obvious

show that comrades in that centre have been taking active part in the recent labor troubles. There is an obvious

tendency in the English Anarchist movement as it grows to take this practical direction. But, comrades, how slow the growth is, and how greatly the tendency needs strengthening ! We cannot afford to overlook the lesson of the Belgian fizzle. If we, as convinced Anarchists, have
01 June 1893 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
trouser pocket in which his revolver was secreted), and said, "This is the first bale, there are more to follow."

trouser pocket in which his revolver was secreted), and said, "This is the first bale, there are more to follow."

When the dinner hour approached, an attempt was made by the " free " laborers to leave the ship, the stevedore taking the lead and boldly walking into the crowd of strikers. In one moment the crowd was upon him, in another he had drawn his revolver, keeping the crowd back. The t
01 June 1893 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

FRED AT PORTLAND. To the Editor of On the 27th April, Mrs. Henderson, Miss Skerritt, and I paid a visit to Portland to see our comrade Fred Charles—and your readers will be glad to hear that lie was in good health and keeping up his spirits. We were allowed to meet in a room, wi
01 June 1893 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

To THE EDITOR OE " FREEDOM." n,—May I send you a little item of news about a friend of yours. M. Elis( , e Reclus has been lecturing on a geographical subject to a summer gathering of teachers and students. I was not able to come in time for the beginning of the co urse ; and, w
01 September 1895 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
CHOICE SAMPLES FROM TIIE AUTHORITARIAN PRESS.

CHOICE SAMPLES FROM TIIE AUTHORITARIAN PRESS.

'Tau public have heard a good deal lately about the violence of Anarchists in speech and writing, and the desirability that social reformers should put forward their views in temperate and humane language. Well and good ; but example goes further than precept. Here are a few typ
01 June 1892 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
JOUR Most AT LIBERTY.

JOUR Most AT LIBERTY.

After a year's imprisonment, Most has again gained the outer w►►rk!, and has met with a tremendous welcome from the New York workers at Cooper's Institute. So far from his persecution by the government having diminished his popularity, it has had just the reverse effect, as was
01 June 1892 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
NOTES.

NOTES.

MUCH CRY. The new Emperor of Russia appears to be a young man with many friends. The blessed words " Anglo-Russian Alliance " have been, since they first were whispered mysteriously in the public ear, as a mantle to cover him with glory and honor, and as sweet odours dropping up
01 January 1895 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
PRoV N.'E

PRoV N.'E

N.'E Abc Anarchy is stcadily increasing its influence among the workers here, and is even, to sonic extent, growing popular. Anarchism frequently erops up in eouversation, and it i , uo uncommon thing to see a band of young fellows pat ailing the streets whi , t ling loudly the "
01 July 1893 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England