War Versus Industry by Thomas Common


1845-1945, Benjamin R. Tucker, Clarence Lee Swartz, Historical Work, Letters, Liberty, Ragnar Redbeard, The Eagle and The Serpent, Thomas Common, Trevor Blake

  Notwithstanding some very excellent arguments in your two articles on Nature’s decrees concerning industry and militarism, I hardly think question is finally settled. It is not us to put on our seven-league boots and go on a tour of inspection among European nations during the past 2000 years. If we wished to determine the […]

January 23, 2019

Malfew Seklew Seeing the Country in American Fashion


1845-1945, Malfew Seklew, Trevor Blake

“SEEING THE COUNTRY IN AMERICAN FASHION.” UNSYMPATHETIC POLICE OBJECT.“SEEING THE COUNTRY IN AMERICAN FASHION.” UNSYMPATHETIC POLICE OBJECT. Malfew Seklew, who describes himself as “an alien, seeing the country in the American fashion,” was summoned before the Newcastle Bench, yesterday, on charges of obstruction, the first in Forth Street, on the 16th inst., and the second […]

October 3, 2018

Malfew Seklew Versus the Watery-Blooded


1845-1945, Malfew Seklew, Trevor Blake

Dear Sir, — Of the many letters published in this column during the past fortnight treating of the “Truthseeker” and blasphemy, none have. I think, made a candid examination of that paper. “The Truthseeker,” though has “fought good fight” against the ancient blasphemy laws, is largely boycotted by tolerant Rationalists: the “Literary Guide” speaks of […]

September 26, 2018