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FREE SOCIETY: A Periodical of Anarchist Work, Thought, and Literature. Vol. IX. No. 17. Chicago, Sunday, April 27, 1902. Whole No. 359. 8pp.

Available online at the Fair Use Repository.

Contents

  • "The Song of the Shirt," Thomas Hood, p. 1
  • "War or Submission -- Which?" Freedom (London), p. 1-2
  • "Government or No Government -- Which?" Part VI, M. A. C., p. 3
  • "Leon F. Czolgosz," Walter C. Behlen, p. 2-3
  • "The Law and its Horrors," Kate Austin, p. 3
  • "Notes," p. 4
  • "Splinters," A. Isaak, p. 4,
  • "Current Comment," Ross Winn, p. 4-5
  • "Echoes from Europe," Interloper, p. 5
  • Quotation from Henry Hallam, p. 5
  • "A Thousand Dollar Shot," James Myers, p. 6
  • "The Essential Spirit of Reform," Part II, Alden S. Huling, p. 6-7
  • Quotation from Thomas Malthus, p. 7
  • "Agents for Free Society," p. 8
  • "For Chicago," p. 8
  • "Receipts," p. 8
  • "Memoirs of a Revolutionist," (advertisement), p. 8
  • "The Chicago Martyrs: The Famous Speeches of the Eight Anarchists in Court, and Altgeld's Reasons for Pardoning Fielden, Neebe and Schwab" (advertisement), p. 8.
  • "Book List," p. 8
  • "Moribund Society and Anarchy," Jean Grave (advertisement), p. 8.
  • "History of the French Revolution," C. L. James, (advertisement), p. 8
  • "A Physician in the House," Dr. J. H. Greer,(advertisement), p. 8
  • "Field, Factory and Workshop" by Peter Kropotkin (advertisement), p. 8.
  • "History of the Commune," (advertisement), p. 8