By Ernesto A. Longa
In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, dozens of anarchist courses seemed through the usa regardless of constrained monetary assets, a pestering and censorial postal division, and protracted harassment, arrest, and imprisonment by means of the country. Such works energetically encouraged a stateless society outfitted upon person liberty and voluntary cooperation. In Anarchist Periodicals in English released within the usa (1833-1955): An Annotated Guide, Ernesto A. Longa presents a glimpse into the doctrines of those publications.
This quantity highlights the articles, studies, manifestos, and artistic works of anarchists and left libertarians who have been devoted to propagandizing opposed to authoritarianism, sham democracy, salary and intercourse slavery, and race prejudice. within the survey are approximately a hundred newspapers produced all through North the United States. for every access, the next info is supplied: identify, matters tested, subtitle, editor, ebook details, together with position and frequency of booklet, participants, positive aspects and matters, previous and succeeding titles and an OCLC quantity to facilitate the id of possessing libraries through a WorldCat seek. Excerpts from a variety of articles are supplied to express either the ideological orientation and rhetorical variety of each one paper's editors and participants. ultimately, specific recognition is given to highlighting the scope of anarchist involvement in battling obscenity and exertions legislation that abridged the proper to freely circulation reform papers throughout the mails, converse on road corners, and gather in union halls.
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The Indian National Party. ” 1:6 (Feb. 19, 1916). ” 1:7 (Feb. 26, 1916). Author counsels men not to join the military. Alden Ward. ” 1:7 (Feb. 26, 1916). Warren Van Valkenburgh. ” 1:1 (Jan. 15, 1916). Harry Kelly. ” 1:8 (Mar. 4, 1916). ” 1:9 (Mar. 15, 1916). Reb Raney. ” 1:10 (Apr. 1, 1916). Raney reports on the activities of Gruppo Anarchico. Alexander Berkman. ” 1:11 (Apr. 15, 1916). Berkman reports on the suppression of anarchists and their newspapers. Alexander Berkman. ” 1:12 (May 1, 1916).
James. ” 76 (Apr. 5, 1905). James F. Morton Jr. ” 86 (Sept. 6, 1905). ” Jay Fox. ” 95 (Jan. 17, 1906). Jay Fox. ” 99 (Mar. 12, 1906). John A. Morris. ” 100 (Apr. 4, 1906)–101 (Apr. 18, 1906). Jay Fox. ” 101 (Apr. 18, 1906). James Armstrong. ” 102 (May 2, 1906). An address delivered before the Social Science League, Chicago, March 25, 1906. Lizzie Holmes. ” 103 (May 16, 1906). Alexander Berkman. ” 104 (June 6, 1906). Alexander Berkman. ” 108 (Aug. 1, 1906). Jay Fox. ” 114 (Nov. 7, 1906). James Armstrong.
2:3 (Mar. 15, 1917). NOTE “Let the Blast re-echo from coast to coast, inspiring strength and courage in the disinherited, and striking terror into the hearts of the craven enemy. . May the Blast tear up the solidified ignorance and cruelty of our social structure. Blast away! ” Emma Goldman, 1:1 (Jan. 15, 1916). ENDNOTE 1. func=direct &doc_number=000531318&local_base=MIU01_PUB (accessed 17 March 2009). 7 CHALLENGE (1938–1939) 33 Challenge (1938–1939) Prospectus: Challenge aims to expose those forces: political and economic— and individuals: misleaders of labor—who have been exploiting workers’ organizations for their own or sectarian benefits.