Mother Earth Bulletin

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Emma Goldman, Alexander Berkman
Greenwood Reprint Corporation, 1915 - Anarchism

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Page 430 - Beware therefore, lest that come upon you, which is spoken of in. the prophets : Behold, ye despisers, and wonder, and perish : for I work a work in your days, a work which ye shall in no wise believe, though a man declare it unto you.
Page 396 - Bequeathed in Memory of JASPER NEWTON KELLER BETTY SCOTT HENSHAW KELLER MARIAN MANDELL KELLER RALPH HENSHAW KELLER CARLTlLDEN KELLER ARCHIV FÜR DAS STUDIUM DER NEUEREN SPRACHEN UND LITTERATURES BEGRÜNDET VON LUDWIG HERRIG. HERAUSGEGEBEN VON STEPHAN WAETZOLDT TOD JULIUS ZUPITZA. XLVI. JAHRGANG, 88. BAND. BRAUNSCHWEIG. DRUCK UN» VKRI.AÍ; VON GEORGE WESTERMANN.
Page 104 - The design of this paper is to diffuse among the people correct information on all interesting subjects, to inculcate just principles in religion, morals and politics; and to cultivate a taste for sound literature.
Page 190 - ANARCHISM : — The philosophy of a new social order based on liberty unrestricted by manmade law ; the theory that all forms of government rest on violence, and are therefore wrong and harmful, as well as unnecessary.
Page 186 - To upset — that meaneth with him to prove. To drive mad — that meaneth with him. to convince. And blood is counted by him as the best of all arguments. A truth which only glideth into fine ears, he calleth falsehood and trumpery. Verily, he believeth only in Gods that make a great noise in the world ! Full of clattering buffoons is the market-place, — and the people glory in their great men! These are for them the masters of the hour. But the hour presseth them; so they press thee.
Page 187 - ... rain-drops and weeds have been the ruin. Thou art not stone ; but already hast thou become hollow by the numerous drops. Thou wilt yet break and burst by the numerous drops. Exhausted I see thee, by poisonous flies ; bleeding I see thee, and torn at a hundred spots ; and thy pride will not even upbraid. Blood they would have from thee in all innocence ; blood their bloodless souls crave for — and they sting, therefore, in all innocence. But thou, profound one, thou sufferest too profoundly...
Page 186 - Around the devisers of new values revolveth the world — invisibly it revolveth. But around the actors revolve the people and the glory: such is the course of things. Spirit hath the actor, but little conscience of the spirit. He believeth always in that wherewith he maketh believe most strongly — in himself l Tomorrow he hath a new belief, and the day after one still newer.
Page 307 - ... Sunday-school superintendent, Made a speech in Bindle's Opera House. The honor of the flag must be upheld," he said, "Whether it be assailed by a barbarous tribe of Tagalogs Or the greatest power in Europe." And we cheered and cheered the speech and the flag he waved As he spoke. And I went to the war in spite of my father, And followed the flag till I saw it raised By our camp in a rice field near Manila, And all of us cheered and cheered it. But there were flies and poisonous things; And there...
Page 267 - I admit that I broke the law, and yet I claim that in every real sense it is the law and not I that is on trial here today.
Page 307 - And I went to the war in spite of my father, And followed the flag till I saw it raised By our camp in a rice field near Manila, And all of us cheered and cheered it. But there were flies and poisonous things ; And there was the deadly water, And the cruel heat, And the sickening, putrid food ; And the smell of the trench just back of the tents Where the soldiers went to empty themselves ; And there were the whores who followed us, full of syphilis ; And beastly acts between ourselves or alone...

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