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The Jewish Question in Europe

The Jewish Question in Europe: The Causes, The Effects, The Remedies (1890)

from La Civilta Cattolica, vol. VII, no. XIV. 1890 (Oct, Nov, Dec)

The Jewish Question in Europe: The Causes, The Effects, The Remedies (1890) by The Jewish Question in Europe

The nineteenth century will soon close upon Europe, leaving behind a very sad question, because of which, in the twentieth century, there will perhaps result such calami...

Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin, 1842-1921

Law and Authority: An Anarchist Essay (1886)

Law and Authority: An Anarchist Essay (1886) by Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin, 1842-1921

"When ignorance reigns in society and disorder in the minds of men, laws are multiplied, legislation is expected to do everything, and each fresh law being a fresh miscalculation, men are continually led to demand from it what can proceed only from themselves,...

Andrew Kalpaschnikoff

A Prisoner of Trotsky's (1920)

A Prisoner of Trotsky's (1920) by Andrew Kalpaschnikoff

 From the Foreword

I HAVE been asked by the author and by the publishers also to write a foreword for Colonel Kalpaschnikoff's book A Prisoner of Trotsky's" and as I am familiar with the occurrences resulting in his arrest and five months' imprisonment, have consented to do so.

Colonel...

Kenneth Goff

Confessions of Stalin's Agent (1948)

Confessions of Stalin's Agent (1948) by Kenneth Goff

From the Introduction

I was born and raised in a conservative southern Wisconsin community.

While working on a weekly newspaper in 1935, I received a letter through the FERA informing me that I could attend without cost, a "Worker's School" at the University of Wisconsin. I accepted the of...

C. E. B.

The Facts About the Bolsheviks: Compiled From the Accounts of Trustworthy Eye-Witnesses and the Russian Press (1919)

The Facts About the Bolsheviks: Compiled From the Accounts of Trustworthy Eye-Witnesses and the Russian Press (1919) by C. E. B.

Introduction

So many conflicting statements have been made in this country about the Bolsheviks, both in denunciation of them and in their favour, that a plain account of the facts in regard to the condition of those...