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The I.L.P. Conference.

The I.L.P. Conference.

Attendance at the Independent Labour Party Conference gave me, a hater of the State and all its works, much food for thought. From the visitors' gallery I looked down daily on a large assembly whose general earnestness and capacity for transacting business it seemed impossible t
1 May 1923 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM.

FREEDOM.

1 May 1923 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
MEDICAL MONOPOLISTS.

MEDICAL MONOPOLISTS.

The policy of Trade Unionism, that a man not a member of a Union may not be hired to perform some work which comes under the activities of the members of that Union, is questionable. But there is no law to prevent a man, be he a member of a Union or not, from doing a piece of wo
1 May 1923 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Anarchist Discussion Circle. Every Saturday evening, 7.30, at the Minerva Caft, High folborn, W.C. (entrance at roar of the building).

Anarchist Discussion Circle. Every Saturday evening, 7.30, at the Minerva Caft, High folborn, W.C. (entrance at roar of the building).

Open to the public. Kee Daily 11, (Saturdays) for subject of discussion. REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT. lip• PETER KROPOTKIN. Price Twopence ; postage Id.
1 June 1923 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW SAINTS FOR OLD.

NEW SAINTS FOR OLD.

The Russians are essentially an emotional people, and easily appealed to collectively. Their leaders are, and always have been, great masters in crowd psychology. This method of handling the people was most efficiently practised by the old Tsarist priesthood. Many critics of the
1 May 1925 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Conscience Again.

Conscience Again.

That very tiresome and tenacious person, the conscientious objector is still busy trying to demonstrate his right to the possession of a conscience. And although in a few cases more civilised treatment has been accorded to him, there are glaring instances of actual torture havin
1 July 1916 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
Bonuses for Future Cannon Fodder.

Bonuses for Future Cannon Fodder.

A similar touching concern for the unborn babies has been agitating the minds of many great men of France. Evidently they are sceptics over there with regard to the Nlalthusian theory. for they have discovered that at the past rate of peace time depopulation, in a hundred years
1 July 1916 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
.I.NI.\tV,

.I.NI.\tV,

MONTHLY : Two A Class Struggle Inevitable. Mr. Davies, who is regarded as an expert o►► economic q uestions, gave an address last month to the Bank Officers' Guild, and drew a very gloomy pi.-ture of the future. The standard of living in practically every European country, he sa
1 January 1923 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
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1 August 1923 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM. THE CONGRESS OF ST. IMIER, 1872.

FREEDOM. THE CONGRESS OF ST. IMIER, 1872.

Our Swiss comrades are preparing for the celebration of the emigres/a of St. Imier, which in September, 1872, half a century ago, wss the first to immolate the principles by which the International Anarchist Movement still steers its cottrre The Congress WAR the immediate sequel
1 July 1922 - Freedom (London) - London, London, England