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FREEDOM.

FREEDOM.

May, 1896. of the Poor Law Schools Committee. Here, indeed, is food for reflection over the doings of the State,—a Christian State, a State which endows churches to preach the words, "Suffer little children to come unto me, for of such is the kingdom of heaven " Rather it should
01 May 1896 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM. THE FRANCO-RUSSIAN ALLIANCE.

FREEDOM. THE FRANCO-RUSSIAN ALLIANCE.

Our readers are well aware, from the reports of the daily papers, that the French Republic has been playing into the hands of the despot of Russia, and arresting, on pretence of a dynamite conspiracy, any Russian students in Paris who were indicated from the Embassy as " suspici
01 July 1890 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
RE-APPEARANCE OF " LA REVOLTS."

RE-APPEARANCE OF " LA REVOLTS."

It is with gr -at pleasure that we are able to announce the republication of " La Revoke," under the title of " Les Temps Nouveaux " (" The New Times"). The incidents of the suppression of " Revolte," the imprisonment of its editor, Jean Grave, and other comrades, the trial of t
01 May 1895 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Br& t forward .£47 Eyite+ J. Winest.ou J. Greenberg L. Ilams 1. Lei!lonian Silverstein Tapel list 6 Lief Itohinowhich M.

Br& t forward .£47 Eyite+ J. Winest.ou J. Greenberg L. Ilams 1. Lei!lonian Silverstein Tapel list 6 Lief Itohinowhich M.

\Viten') Louis Hall N. Esrrgal Miss T. w. Mrs. Clara Berusoff A. Rounds Itn.wnswortli Lazy one Enterprise concert 2nd inmtelment, legision's list F. T. Sdirnitt C. Fimmernmer Rudolph 0. l lint M. Gellman N. Silverman Koransky list 3 .1. Watt J. Gould S. Hall W. Hall J. Hot.kin N
01 December 1899 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Von. VIII.—No. 87. THE REVOLT OP LABOR. MILLI°Ns of workers of all trades and nationalities are coining together the afternoon

Von. VIII.—No. 87. THE REVOLT OP LABOR. MILLI°Ns of workers of all trades and nationalities are coining together the afternoon

of the First of May, in all the industrial centres of Europe and America, to assert, their strength, their solidarity, their firm decision to throw off the yoke of Capital, before the face of Capital itself and of its true and vile servants - the Governments. Hope grows in the h
01 May 1894 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM.

FREEDOM.

poke in a sueering way of what he called " the juvenile intelligence " of or young Comrade Bonham. However, the fancied superior intelligence of this exponent of Mob Rule received a rough time at the hands of our juvenile comrade, who demolished completely the su•called argument
01 May 1894 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
26 Certainly not, when we know that our own race has continuously changed its mode of -0 pe rat ion,

26 Certainly not, when we know that our own race has continuously changed its mode of -0 pe rat ion,

and the present methods have only grown up within the last few generations. Certainly not, when we feel within ourselves, and see in others, not only the desire, but the capacity to form relations with our fellow-men on a different and far better footing. Whilst we know and feel
01 April 1892 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
M AINTAININI I luK I; itEATI:sT ( vki

M AINTAININI I luK I; itEATI:sT ( vki

M ( The plausible, argument for wilit ran he put forth I.ltl,:it this pe t f e et fitness for war of f irs the hest ikafeguard its %Vete this the only for huge armaments it. might well be accepted ao the lesser evil. But there is another reason, which gitvernments do well to keep
01 April 1894 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
REPORTS.

REPORTS.

The concert organised by Mrs. N. F. Dryhurst on behalf of two comrades in distress, took place at the Athoomoutu Hall on July 24th, and in more ways than one—but especially financially—was crowned with success, every s-at in spite of the great heat of the evening being occupied,
01 September 1899 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
MONTHLY ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

MONTHLY ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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01 July 1897 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England