Dil Pickle Club Versus K. K. K.


1845-1945, Trevor Blake

BISHOP FALLOWS RAKES K. K. K. BEFORE DILL PICKLE CLUB “The Ku Klux Klan strikes at the heart of American democracy; it is playing to men’s baser passions,” declared Bishop Samuel Fallows, presiding bishop of the Reformed Episcopal Church, before 200 persons at the revived Dill Pickle club in Tooker alley, last night. A third […]

April 17, 2019

Dora Marsden, Hatless and Disheveled


1845-1945, Dora Marsden, Events, Freewoman, New Freewoman, The Egoist 1914, Trevor Blake

INCIDENTS OF THE RAID DISAPPOINTED SUFFRAGISTS ONLY ONE OF THEM ADMITTED TO THE HOUSE TWELVE ARRESTS In accordance with the statement contained in Miss Pankhurst’s letter to the Prime Minister on Monday, the members of the Women’s Social and Political Union assembled in large numbers at Caxton Hall yesterday afternoon for the purpose of appointing […]

March 13, 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