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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 May 1912

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Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 May 1912

' ' ' * 4 ' * 1 V * <" rjj"v ; * 'S-i, ^ ;.;^.j^ &mm^ ,T>7 /-'3i^;^."-r ' - 'i4' " >, ;Vv • :..:yi;:: .:^----C r: ^ "■ ^ |§ ■■= r ;*?: £" wfl«w£ 4; i ':W'<■ $"-f??£ wi f:rV|H ?.':S &1®ra jS'V m%*m m' .. ! 1 ft- is. When I by a- Vro««Ml« 1^A trtii 0 expou III' UIUJ W'MHll T —Ir1**''" "Tw ""**" h hi «lii '* 111 UI HI) H ijflo before we $Z'4 ■'. Zk-rr.: by united _ portion of the prodi the worker* " " '' itrel, I Mean entire control, not m M to hot air, .*■ ,r ' .siei .81 ^yowr on* U3 JATcrr ~~ I <J. f«ne of the Old til« *rit< i: list. Wish I oov d —t' •■ ... -~v — ^°nf as 4 bro<m wh0.te~2rr~ 1.—dlu, lui in■ 'ly 70 yum of-Ji) jnitump rrfftr. _.,. ■ ■ . ■ , — p^JI e, Tesfc Herald, fairl sayaj that endum and recall and are now «| above, *ftk «v«y proi*etiyj work, with • aoea who know everythi Antmot oxptrt I to oxyoetad to bo a mm lag HT all room U left* > trusted to the! th "|fnW*W sMVR1; saw i Tho advocate. of Wmt Action do not doay it nor nrl" social eb...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 May 1912

mm v m fWW 8t jrablie Mo., is * honrbon pr h*r Sfc and 1'te ■Ml y>.,nr 5®3 pw ^11 | rays of Socialist elaas consciousness Organ- U, • M._tt e8(E ig&jist movement They sent 43 "BKh in ahoddr •fid homespun with b&mq TMttlhatt aadtfevtfas tto; (pUs MiP«|#MlbUW tab bill, ana one I0y«,itwitted' ike"4)ig' Socialist ooal ihitier, RierHfcrdie, with IOTi kid? i in so shall W AfitmiMai* k*. i.lT- !fgSTof a,' that thf tasiglaA fagn "kI *lAttir 'brdthetafa mm uttkajb tMPBMhe; Wheff* ras shipped by the Kaiser's bay- rneta on the German border, the h «I eecbJwa«>mw, comrades.; «et a£. "" iwNT" LedPtfsw, •who, in KJi ujr.penw.9u, hsr^youtL editorial on Socialism m which We ofagftg lished a church or a hospital or an WWwai! (xu th i "old worn into ihe. shadarw iofr ibavalkiy- tot ■bring 4ile i« '1fhir earthy thaii pen- sion : thai MidMv< i whose fc deis to ■takvitpa**^. Wi« if h«d^ With aithreat" of coming back three hundred' 'Tfl&ttejW! ttardi* ssBsm the pathway" for the foots...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 May 1912

(mm. m f4 fijfj f.-s- BS w 44 NOTE AND COMMENT. By Pbndraoon* Vr*v fiC'^jSTfrr- ctt <M The Logic of the Recall. *?> tkw week I want you to read with Mae another long article, in place of the usual (more or fees) short comment on current events. This article is one of the ablest, simplest statements of the logic of the recall for judges, both state and federal, that I hate ever seen. It was written by Edgar tee Masters, a Chicago lawyer, and first appeared in the St. Louis Mirror, William\Marion Reedy' n«nttr r*r" Since the capitaliat press, as a role almost universal, mentions the re««U o ly to denounce it or to mislead people about; what it really aBd why it is needed, and since the recall for judges, both state and federal, is necessary in order that we may get the power go rem moat back into the hands of its true owners, the workers and producers, it becomes peculiarly the duty of the socialist press to keep «p die work of education on the recall. Capitalist papers sup- pre...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 May 1912

.1 ' ■ ^aSR '?' .■ " r;'. ; y^. IccIS ■£* !fJ^ ">••' t|v-*--;-*t:. ,:!;?^p^r^^ >• --^.if->i^,: —' i 1 i ' ^ £ - ______ P: 5«nR?|p$? -'-: 'V- '"•:■■' ■■' 'y SE#,' - For we ' ~ • -C:'/" .' >J| ''. ' ••>:•?• • - __.•• • */.' £' > ■— ■! -d . '• ;•>. ' / • %*: '.; . : ; imm in Aim. .>■*•* jriw£02 vsonly BALLtrtaVlLLS, TEXAS, . i9U j; $ BBB8I SM; t r. A. HIOOY, Iditorui Owmt BMgacaraat^tai rs. Neprjr;dib«ot<«Owk>)n. THIS IS NO. 47 ,a...! .\ \r c ■ Sa « wbwMi I Ttftf PLATFORM. IE It IE ir I« .p .• >p •< <■ <n n a ir ';v;\:'';>;u Hi . KUNS VICTOR DKBS—INDIANA S -EMIL SEIDKL—WISCONSIN Hi ft *«* ** KSffiWSWKSffiSfiifiSiifi A COM- civilized nations have been smoth- ered in committee without debate and laws ostensibly designed to bring relief to the farmers and gen- eral consumers are juggled and transformed into instruments for the exaction of further tribute. The growing unrest under oppression has driven these two old parties to the enactment o^ a...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 May 1912

■ •-• w I® ' 1 V," $S®Ji •.J-'.. H2 ;j ;-. ,?♦•.§> UMSE! JACKS JOIN ffpP - *.^W j|)|jgg WBt v. # m ES5 ■ 1 b h x: V (Written for The Rebel by. W. I). iUywood.) ., The second annual Convention of the Brotherhood of '■„ Tiniber- Worker* fH held at Alexandria, y^Bii« im, commencing May 6th. Matters of importance to the wel- fare of .the men employed in the forests and taw-milU. were iliaeiws- ed. Realizing the necessity of amal- gamating the force* of Lal r on,the Industrial Field, the Brother howl pf Timber Workers by an over whelming vote made application for a charter in the Industrial 7a ti . j worKers oj, lur " vnO. The call will he issued for a "Con- vention of Timber Workers from all sections—including those al- readv organized in the North Wes- tern* States and South Eastern States, to !>e held in Chicago im- mediately preceding or following the general convention of the I. W. W. The exact date is not vet de- termined. When all men eligible to metnl ership are organized, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 May 1912

On Marcht (BY PBNDRAGON.) loeomotive boiler owned by the Galveston, Har- risburg & San Antonio Railroad Company—Harrimann system in Texas—exploded at San Antonio, killing 26 to 30 workmen and caus- ing pfo^erty loss of $47,250. " daily newspapers of Texas, hungry for Harriman .subsidy, printed a brief, unsatisfactory first-day %t trying by malignant and utterly unwarranted it appear that the explosion was caused by on«' of the striking shopmen. Then the dailies dropped the story like a hot potato. They evidently got a tip from railroad headquarters, via their several business offices, that the less said about this wholesale workmen ,the better the railroad bosses would be pleased. story o ■ • ; • I wantyou all to ge^ the full earners and you men that walk down I handles. I want you to realize fully Here Is a great corporation; re the terms of their employment, and American citizens, to go on strike. sm The Issue In Texas. " 1 ro oivit. ing of that, you city wage e furrows betwee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 May 1912

wsssm m J§ Wm 1IB|SlJ§ prspss •W's mi v'Oi^S r.'i^V ^57,JS, Kt1 '■r'. 5<i- ■• ,.'■..«■• meshE^ fSBSiPswd !My' -.;fPS H9Klfa&£l9ME"9 re < f f. % <#• .'! NOTE AND COMMENT. _.^ _:' * :: r' • By Pbndraoon ■rtfiv ■' :j , v.; -vt ,■ • . .. ".- i;-;.1'. •■ \ ■..<* r •, .-.■ & .«.-. t-y.;.*. 'J??'''"-': .'■■. • *V :.kilsWk ?•'.'4-;->^:h "< Mini IIII, III i ill i ', *sL. *W i £*-'•> - ■J*: •2sSi: i H? 1. News For Donk Party Readers. Here's gome news for our democratic readers—news that they can t get in their own party papers. There is a deal on right now, to nullify and defeat the v*rdict rendered by the democratic voters of Texas in their prtrinct conven- tions May 4. The Wilson faction, that won, won on the issues of direet legis- lation in citta and states, and free raw materials—that is, the is- soe of cutting the West and South out of the protective tariff part- ■ 1 J r %l 1 1 I I u w ~— L.i* i-L « 4a n«<i *k * JM1 l #4 *% 4 UQilUiPf VU M W> ruautc tu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 June 1912

5? • '/ ;'r ; * >5 ' • ■>"•■' '"v: j . - _■ '■■ : • A; • . yv*. -,'v A •- >■-• •' ' . >\ ' ' ' \ ' ' " " . , -r . ' • • - .... £- .. \ •■-..*> . V • v " -v- . •• . \ s " % ■ '• ' / 'V' /£-. . :M* • • ksm smt ' •' i' —s.T-:. --rr**~' - --- rang .• ■•—•- V, 33ltiE ,, vV...... ,w.,. PTOUBHKD WDM THI JtntMDIOTIOK Of g£fe-*5 lyyiiill 4 ——v:,,r r r.t nUV : - * W! - m XVTiklLat -A «7S wta) A* -■.V THIS IS NO. 48 ^ 3g| EK&gp r \ ■ &Sr " * P&WWS? T UI m I wiirt <• HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, ■ Socialist state tee sends tion which in old S!li!li!ll!ll Vi!ISVi!liS!lillia tfi For President — E. V. Debs CONVENTION TPrv" IMPRESSIONS. NOTES. pni-i Tennessee—The Memphis Social pi3S« ^ says: "The Jy clear Ped Rebels are going some in Ten- nessee." Say, son, you ought to see them move in Texas. * * * Arkansas—Geo. B. Mikel, a coal mine* of Jenny Lind is candi- date for governor on the Socialist ^ket in Arkansas. If the workers elect when the next strike breaks out in the coal ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 June 1912

' . Pit™ S&'iji'c* . ■-■%- . *./*<• sJ >C, : •'.'J t • - •' BO ami; 4 ^UODUOW ■ ?•■•- ■■• . ./■ •■'■" ■; ■•;• y •■ rw; ya11 inpamp answer to the' 'that X bMfUm," urrey, V ■j*--1■■' ■ • '-' v'AvAj are the IpS^ss said he. RHpW hk^IWH ':kr. "Wj3fi£~"' ** n llll ^ m j m r ■ ' j*:x , . m to the grsatsst-problem of « industrial emancipation of the working clasi through the industry. Next week jrf expect to pji *ce to Cardinal Gibbons. The Bebel feeb proud of it* work asJhis is the first time in America thmt the prinee of the Catholic broken ■ftfTtr on this stupendous question. Big developments may be «qp«fced to follow this new attitude of the Cardinal" ^ ^ * * * ■" - V[tik all the above thaw ta no disagreement between my eorres pondeat and myself. T^is is simply all record No* watch what fol- SZTL J*Z>ipmmvrnmmr ■^tatha Cardinal dte*^ To my • editor £ « «)«• iW"4 * «"? *** !£ kfied iUoif with r«p hU*Wng the oath. If the editor of The Rebel wee* in the shoes of the editor of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 June 1912

. y> af■ fetM# iPlfcfc ■ h^'X'- • :r-s^,fr++;:W-si&$ri -•'-? ^3Si2i : ■ • - i'" ■in' <, ! ■MlHHaha £ v>; " -V- -: W^ "< t ' • A rt- r ■ ■ •• ■■■•• •:. ' -i- ■ ■:> % ' rr~ / , ■>■'■, ' . I .."V —' ■.:' -,* ■ * • f / •'.2f ■'■'■' - v"; ■ ~ ^;r;r ■ ■ • ■ ■ ,,>'^i-h.-_ .' .• iy— 'V*g«.i.^-.*"t^r"^ sS OUR REB8. Socialist Wf «*-> « more property. " We oondemn ce of war wanton vio- C coat of bloqd and tears; we condemn the misuse police authority and the outrag- <$us attacks upon the inalienable we condemn *> but week we presented the plat- m U* Umm-^enm aA ..wolutioMoa i^Wtr.J«n«.- This week w« oomplete ear b/ praamting « tkocoofi re- •(the eofiveatkm by publiah- t our demands for collective own- , onrrttMi^ towards unem- * industrial and political ont demands fbr health sod oor attitude towards the the beginning of the oonven- i the conservatives believed they I complete control of the eonven- i because of their majorities on committees. They soon found ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 June 1912

• ?-'■ SF;J?£j¥^&:£-£&J$ ' .-V;'<*>€^w- 1 iBWzm--. f# BUNDLE 0BDKU8. events in Texas, k nar be summed up K Judge Ramsey, the human icicle rallied, will vrtj>ably defeat Governor'Col- WBb13SB$&& ■ S ■/'r mfl#- '/«- 3rayg |P$ Oggfi., '/■!"•' , *-• Kj.. |. i ' : l" ■ :vv^ i ■ ^ *- * " By Pbhdraooh I watched the demoeratic state convention in Houston this week with keen interest. I atteoded the dsyand night sessions.\ I heard the debatea and address^ and read with care the platform adopted. At the*.end of It aU I wsafetteie conclusions: The people have woii another great ''victory''—such w they -can win in the old parties, by oujting one group of political bosses and setting up another in power. """ Bail ey's name was mentioned in' this convention only oncer A 'pompous ass from Llano, granted three minutes to argue against ' duty free wool, attempted to utilize a minute of his time in eulogis- Uie SUadafd Oil waster. The ip^ksr wis fairly hsse- hooted off the pl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 June 1912

vt"1.' "^SpSSP i-FM ;m-nl ■MKfl uvJIWHIipWHi VtLUS TYPOGRAPHIC AL UNION IT •I .MM mm ■■■MM June 8, 1912 hickey, Editor and Owner Entered M ccond-ela^ matter July J; lf tl at the postoffice nt Hallettsville, Ter, ' onder the act of March 3, 1879. For week — • ■ ' #• .-Vrt 60c per yr; clubs of 4 (40 w « The great appear great to ua only be^auae ¥$%/ ■ are on our kneea LET US ARISE ■ wm'. m BALLETTSYILLE, TEXAS, ISSUED WEEKLY ■y JUNE 8,1912 No. 49 SI Ramsey—A Merciless Character Study. ' ___ another chapter of cold truth which democratic PAPERS WILL NOT PRINT. wwwnuiii w1Iftu | ., . — ■ • f ' .. - Here 0. ye'democratic workingmen and farmers whom friend- 1* Socialists have' placed upon our mailing list, is another batch of redhot biscuits that we mixed up just for you. 1 Touching on and appertaining to a gent for whom one-half of you, presumably (following your sheep custom), intend to cast your bat-blind ballots in the July jackass free-for-all. The Rebel, having paid its complimeuts ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 June 1912

SlPi&lB L^'i vt-- ! ii^MEy II«i >,Bi4t^ HRHmsiPFK^ ^ nd?d ^ ".+'•" liPlpMi. Jgg|f|J BBSS! ^<j«W B^- 3 g$M • Ira :• S^iS& «5£ra LE22S2 fa.« • * H yyfp .- s BgggffifflBIBMSfl „ ivMaaj .**' vA-"<f- .!Ji' $Sffe 5F^ 3S5gfr: ifaoagiamiafflmi SEW^SL, .... r-'^-,^tiv.^<-* f&j*,* -vrV^ Sffl w -1 filhi B$ ■ 1 ft : , 1 I—THE 19JNCB GVS. V I want yv* all to drink in every word of this. For months we hove been sorely hampered by « ever-inereating circulation, with inadequate facili- ties for handling it. We almost shed tears of blood on New Year 's day, when we were sis months old, and had orders for 50,000 copies of the - land edition and could only pnnt 40,000. . Since then, each week has found our list growing and we Have beeft prevented on at least two occasions from issuing large editions because we did not have a press that could handle them. When you figure that we there- by were unable to reach thousands of people who fare struggling into ike light you cm imagine ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 June 1912

¥m m 1 |l| judi fented of one et uttered Jews Mp:'^ a .■+' .i :A ■PPr«P S :.;-y I ™Sp! mtmt ;3 v I|§5 CHAEAOWai BTTOT. : tewa Page i) g.spk \:-.^z..:^ most tremendous rebukes ever euee against his associates oh the , - lon,of Judge Riimsey.and under the ** , P* Wff man being delivered into bon- mm SFPgRgi ■ 1%I,. ■ ifjKS .£ SSSffi.: ..t the ♦court of appeared in hiding that the tefvice letter,;-showing that appellant was discharged for insubordina- tion, did not,truthfully stale the cause of his discharge, and for this reason imputing liability to it. *. ^udgelRamsey waived the issue of the Constitutionality of the law, ana. since as he said the courtwiks not Nftf|d oi the second point rais- t"**>rfH i •&**)#?• *•**!£ 6om«I«,, -The s^^TLssrsrE f Ifciait'WflH demonstrate, ttmt they have been opposW- to j , i " t, enthral it in sueh legisla- . , Mfe ki ggl«d against it, dented the jj platforw* of parties and yet the legislature i*<nnhel< tiaa by oar courts of last resort ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 June 1912

«S*S8f * Unto. m po ration tool who lore and in Jackshoro 'TT* i'Kr V;:i- ■'.fc / Striken, «n4 the people* railroad rights, tft help the Wall atreet ain ri«, w™ _ 12 rru. p*OgrMI sayi! «MMt to •*«< &A Joh J deaoetat, ««a4MW« * aawa* Waidt S^f Z tosHBtaiSB The Progrea. aiyi^ • ^£r xs srivair cialfct ■omiaatto. for railroad/«*"* J0B Worth *xn ha* «rfj «« ob c*r* ©pfwwM • t*« dwnoewt primary !* -Ttffta *m* ! *>««* art MKgWSMBIIB^i* "31 Tto wdw pawiblf i «r mot* 4JS St5**iSS 3S«s "««■«• -' *~> btr" 2?&S3s ^fest^SSis srt sFtiSRS^^ EsssyEr .v sss v£ux.2y"Xir. s ■JLfcSiarS? rst"5;".2t 2SS^. «■;«• - *5",'tp •* >. i. th* mu who ve kit Q. K- *o «o«ditian« Ia the Harrimaa .SS^ft'gSE5#SS *n iuMctiea waiefc he ® WhOM „,^Tr ^ ^ ""£51 « «■ ,°„f £ S;L ~ v" "s >" ' -I— *«.•««*—•«*■ *" "• lU"im *•*■' «'.«">^„ ,fc, tl„kl„E tk, W.It SOW h~* -I th* support of their retained profawoaal f«- litjf ii*n« nn.i ew,W«*« « Tmi, to e)r*t hi *« mew sin<i in «h>rh he b« betrayed the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 June 1912

■ •• . ■ • Hi ONALWJ V*1AM ff • Piiii isyslwifi? HICKEY, Editor tad Ovmt •ttessfrissr ** ••*«■ , _.v .. . - - ,1 MK f Wrttor tU Mt of March 3,187*. 50c per yr; dubs of 4 (<0*fcs) 28a only because — . -LET US ARISE 19,1912 hallettsville,, W junk \6t,tm Antoni NATIONAL NOTES. The Southland ft wady for jBo cialist propaganda and organiza- tion. the Self OJr|aniwd locals are the best for governor 1.ocal? « .® ™le and Comrade Thomwell Fay, the famous iok r tem in America has been cut to the the interstate commerce ' • w„. „ zatioii." He haa serodThe pa'rtyTn *<?«* STSlTi^? "W diffiKM capacities in the " wH> b< " «™b«red * our rea k past twelve years, being state seem merce commission experts placed the T^nd one of toe tary of Oklahoma and Kansas, Na- bel's story of the explosion. We sho\ jn gt ixniis ti°^aVOr§l!u:nze]r in nearly halfthe the safety valve was screwed down and EXCUSE AND TRIAUSM. INDUS- rpL TJuk^f L— -li— . - *" . r.e * m*o uAtvu opuivu auen- states in the union...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 June 1912

Gbw raStaL • '>V "" >,> v" u ■i.k Site#. &BM *£ '■ BE# . - 0: ij^lr -"Vi 'V & ,3%* - •' * ' ' ■ •* ■ • «. j- ^ ~- ■ • ' •• t -rv>. ?'* >■ . - "v • . - . .•' '-•• j- jjiiBpwi - j wtMs&Katm pkbmshbs sgTJE-'%^<as> Jh'. f } ?jJmL ^ ft '■ •; . ,;Vj ir' ,. /{-,•. '..- rri" .;-' •"'.;V ■Sss' «« <•! %s^m2 ljroi%4U^j^,4% * <w'w wfe5 <;S-fc - .V Y . , .,. . of Texaa to Rtdini The Rebel, well convince fit)I Hi if W % tO J09H UW j^W*liy« \ v5 vaT: Our Socialist warfare un* * our whole «*M* ^^nrk. Whatitt*r pfop f*nda work can we do than Urns expose the rottenness of deMOerttk party leaden, end point the MMMl of fcC' ' V ' *;f .'* Jt* atop now and tea yotwelf what tOU think about the ewe of little Morri* Sheppard, the idol of the white Hbbop statewidera, scS^SS^assisKS BRHIGN BARKBR—not banker-of tie Woodmen of the WtifM. If. a nice, dignified mem, i« it not! Wo Ye all proud qI it, as W4I, the Way to get rid of theoe peatilential fakir* is to print the t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 June 1912

,-t38fi6Kfcsu&.. UvS*- s&iiHB j* '.s. | . . s ?'Wi ';%s' BISKS PIp , -J v i A • ' '&• m :&. * '-■• * *. "f;jg$Pm* Vi ' - "' ■',* *#! r.V'l ;-■ ■ ourselves, today? We can win, gnd win now, If we wain up and' hurtle. - :^ ; ' The fanner ii taxed to death. **- Why not tax thfe land speculator 1 BRMi s§® Recognize belong to all tiruth; conform our stotuea to it, and the problem is solve " ?ed.. C. J. Buell. ♦ * % /riting in Call he says that jpwwwn cou- American Socialist have been ^ Socialism to this question the Seonomftclevelop- makes us the pio- parties of; ufeiifittfc td agricnltur i m r:~: • # Thousands of good men through- out all the age* have advanced hun- dreds of different reforms; but th«y all failed to fully accomplish their nnrnniA. Wo.i^ turn* 0f the reforms ever corrected, or even tried to correct, the greatest of fcII Wrongs, the Wroogigf Severing the masses fyofo their heritage in the Earth, and the tools to ifork the earth, and denying mOk their right ...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 June 1912

:yr :•??;. v' ' ' ' '. ' -•' •' • ' ■ •• - . '£ V1 — "T'\ 1 I M v;.r. - jf ggSik SK5PSFcourse claims fafr.'jffffi ^t5^ww.^g!Sa,s tiT« tO fgS^iljj .Uk® 5g^^^s2:g2 Socialistic doctrine, which some/„ it. Kg i ,'■• yN democratic piauonn, m u^r ^ — He says truly that tfcese fellows don t really favor nor want socialownership of J°* f • :"W* My*> he will quit hi" oorpontion Uw practice if elected don't want BaadaUtUw pwed requiring «nch law i> needed. Wlute.er eUe yon «y .tant J.W, yoa'U i." to admit that the big Dutchman "eomes clean' with the voter*. He Wtbide anything He tells them he don't believe they are to be £«*$ S7^T.tol.w. direct, nor to M b.d «n>k■* popular vote. He tella them he favors class lgwlation.uflder thetar- Sfsystei*, for ipecial favored classes of Texas people-the lamber operators, the cattle and sheepmen, the rice SrietiJ makes any false pretense at all, it is when he says he fsvors strictly revenue tariffs, and oiily wants incidental protection *°^exan Bpe...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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