Seeing Bohemia in the Dill Pickle Club


1845-1945

Just north of Towertown, on the outskirts of the elegant Gold Coast, was the famous Dill Pickle Club, establish to provide a theater in which poets could recite their verses. [Founder Jack] Jones often found it necessary, however, to tailor the presentation for the audience that was present, and typical nightclub entertainment was not uncommon. […]

March 6, 2019

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