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THAT UNASSAILABLE FOUNDATION

THAT UNASSAILABLE FOUNDATION

Mr. Ir. \\ard l'r repotted from Salonika last Thursday that "Ten Greek artillery subalterns mho. on the and of this month, broke into the offices of the Salonika Liberal paper Radocal and assaulted the editor 11.1%e tried by a ♦'reach court-martial. Those on the active list have
27 July 1916 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
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War and Peace The theory which connects the origin of human speech with emotions rather than with thought has received a striking illustration in our stirring days, which are characterised by a superabundance of talk and of writing, all bearing the impress of deep emotions, but
27 July 1916 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CALL

THE CALL

moted the policies which led to the present war. These reports are widely known in neutral countries, and the insertion of some extracts from them forms a very valuable feature of the present volume. It is impossible to indicate in this brief article even a portion of the rich c
27 July 1916 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
War

War

27 July 1916 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
The Call is published by the Executive Committee of the British Socialist Party. The Editorial Committee is prepared to consider

The Call is published by the Executive Committee of the British Socialist Party. The Editorial Committee is prepared to consider

(or publication articles from all friends of International Socialism. All literary communications, notices, advertisements, etc., should be addressed to : The Editorial Committee of The Call, 21a Maiden Lane, Strand, London, V.C.‘ Telephone : Gerrard 877. Telegrams : Brisparty,
14 September 1916 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 

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(tali An Organ of International Socialism. Thursday, September 14, 1916 New Boys of the Bull-dog Breed By t,4843,000 votes to

(tali An Organ of International Socialism. Thursday, September 14, 1916 New Boys of the Bull-dog Breed By t,4843,000 votes to

723,0x00, the Trade Union Congress at Birmingham rejected an invitation from the American Federation of Labour to take part in an International Trade Union Conference, to be held at the same time and place as the official Peace Conference of the belligerent Governments. We are c
14 September 1916 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
The Problem of Women's Labour. ♦ TRADI3 UNIONIST. Otte of the most serious problems the Lab, , ur Movement will

The Problem of Women's Labour. ♦ TRADI3 UNIONIST. Otte of the most serious problems the Lab, , ur Movement will

have to deal with, is the one that the war has brought to an acute stage, namely, the position of women In industry. It must be remembered that the problem is not a new one. 'Nowell had been. in increasing numbers, entering into industry prior to the war. In some industries, suc
24 February 1916 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
Hyndman as a Protectionist.

Hyndman as a Protectionist.

An interview granted by Hyndmau to a representative of the Swedish Party organ—the Social Democial—has attracted wide attention. In this interview Hyndmau said (to quote the interviewer's words) : " He was even of the opinion that England, in order to get even with Germany in re
24 February 1916 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
THE LINU4RY

THE LINU4RY

2 January 1919 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
By C. M. ROEBUCK.

By C. M. ROEBUCK.

Also a Special Report from W. MeLaine and Tom Quelch, the B.S.P. Delegates, now in Russia, in addition to the usual features. Watch " The CALL " nnouncements concerning the COMMUNIST PARTY now being formed. for The Special Trade Union Congress By W. H. RYDE. The special conferen
8 July 1920 - Call (London) - London, London, England