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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 August 1912

1 At a meeting of Mixed Local No. 270, I. W. W., held*at 1112 1-2 C. SnUth/fibiCl&uaUer at El PrestonAve., Auguat 8, 1812, reso- ttpo, writes: "Find enclosed a lutions were adopted condemning Many her* Bay they will not thenar rest and imprisonment for 5 a cent to' campaign funds an- six months of Rudolph Katx, while [iarnes is out Your lecture on exercising his right of legal and land question was the beat ever peaceful picketing during the slk vered on that thought'' j workers strke at Patterson, N. J., of • • • . * whcli he had charge. yeUa aa folows:j • • * say the Socialist party j 0. M. Galbraith, <Jf Rosalie, to Cateh suckers. This writes: "Six boys all under 21 are wise suckari: years of age organized one local at 1 /Y., foolisn sucserw. noea u>e i saw they had been sucking the bone of Rep.-Demiam for forty they quit, but the fools just ;oa.,# 1 auVMUMMUjr • McMurray, one of the Itanta at Vernon, writes:'We are all the time; have , out a fall ticket, have develop h...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 August 1912

n W^TiW^ ■ VSV'-V S:Sfe ... : : v; U®fe&te 4gS SgBK v.- -jt- \£'■** ') WmisSm"A mm?. K kp%ii 1 W*?> tm : m ■ ' v ■•- IPS ■BR? mn^Ki ',^S I|fe5|§ N ' lit Siftk I' w -T fremendod fluence of The Rebel. tiri'th. .'i|4 35 '.£ .iKfe. •.• •*_ ?< >' ''** • - - (By Pcndragon.) Democratic chieftain* acquaint- ed with the facta freely admit that The Rebel is responsible, in the recent democratic primary, for these results: • I _ The defeat of William P. Ramsey in th$ race for governor. 2—The defeat of Associate Jus- tice Dibrell in his race against Hawkins for election, to the place on the supreme court which "Dib- rell held by appointment from Governor Colquitt ' 3—The defeat of Railroad Com- missioner John L. Wortham by Earle B. Mayfield of Temple. The Rebel's exposure of the in- famous Hizson case decision, writ- ten by William P. Ramsey when he was a justice of the supreme court, and endorsed by Dibrell his associated was circulated widely in every large city of Texas among wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 August 1912

frw- ap. '-JSP - . ' iM- «iiiaSMB ,* 3,-n- - ggfes&b tj_- Ktfi *P 1 W* " SK S HHI 't:v:'« rex? ; RsSE: SEteS#*?^ V. Debs, of T. A HICKXY, Editor and Own® Viee JPmldflnt—Kmil SeideH of Wisconsin. Km N II *•«.>■<!•<■ huw July 1, 1 ) • l f# ,>o<ttoffte« ♦ &«li*tUTill«, T«*., ua.t -r ih Mt of Mirch 8, 1879. 30c per yr; olnbs of 4 (40 wkl) 26c HBpi LIT U8 appear pmmmm Total subs for week ending August 31,1912. ,— 22,515. m HALLETTSf AUGUST $1,1912. 'ft wJUKU T', ", ■■■ia *SW&! Haute. Terre Haute, Ind., Aug. 26.—In marked contrast to the notifica- tion ceremonies practiced by other political parties, the Socialist Presi- dential candidate, E. V. Debs, today accepted his nomination by simply informing the newspapers that they were at liberty to print his ad- dress of acceptance which he had sent them in printed form. No committee called on Mr. Debs and there was an entire lack of ceremony of any kind. The extreme simplicity of ,the occasion was marked further by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 August 1912

- _ iv; m 'U1 I • *' ■■' '■ WP-(rSP;l VrtKr-Z* mm mm s'Wm ■mmm • %4"i&' SSE f! £$• ; ^ mg-- W'.'0'i gj^r*' ill 'jyOi* <, NATIONAL PLATFORM HICKEY SPEECH No. 2. MOST IMPOST ANT PLANK. (Continued Prom Last Week.) K II fe--"* If' K3DI [ \i' Tkr next plaak in our platform is unquestionably the most Important of all- The plank that relates to the Socialist attitude toward land. "The collective ownership of land wherever practicable and in case where such ownership is impracticable, the appropriation >, by taxation of the annual rental value of all land held for saccula- tion." r f make bold to say that the carrying out of this piank wouia result in tIto complete destruction of the land tenantry system in every state in the union. I will call your attention to, some facts in,connection with great landlords. ' . Take the Swenson holdings in west Texas; they amount to (eleven hundred sections. Take Mrs King's holding in south Texas/; they amount to hearly one million and a half ac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 August 1912

- HOW THEY WORK IT. - The higher-up politiciana of the Catholio hierarchy are evidently trying to establish a union of ehttreh) and state in ' Realising that the So- cialist party is the only force in world politics oonsiste ntly opposed to the union of any church with any state, that it is the only political party that wants absolute liberty— religious, political and industrial— uthA hierarchy is naturally opposed to Socialism. A letter from & subscriber at Big Springs, Texas, will show how they work it to keep the faithful from humiiiB ♦/ nun naotv QVCU tO tllfl had never studied what caused them to be poor ; all he did wss to tell them to prepare themselves for the next world and be content and not growl and not try to make a better government, because that would be "agin" the church. I cannot see Why a Socialist can not be a Catholic as well as a Dem- ocrat or Republican. Socialism is more nearly in line with the Bible than are the platforms of any other parties. Keep up the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 August 1912

m aVi'i' mm (Mil mi iii W N. B. V. K'.',v--.,y>,c.r. '■ '§fe M rr;- . RMeitzen.) ffiWRSjM-Y'' ') .'v:- : is on the N. E. C. ma [«nri. Hilquitt, Harriman, _ r, Spargo, as well as the Na- tal Socialist,' New York Call I other Barnes supporters who raised such a hue and cry over the origin of the Branon motion, ip the hope of diverting attention from the real issue. It will be remembered that a lit- tle Texas local (Branon) submit ted a motion to recall the national campaign manager and within' two weeks it had received the required dumber of seconds. This motion. &y-£ie way, Was written on the back of my own letterhead with no attempt to dis- guise the signature or hide my identity and soon after the ques- tion was raised I wrote a letter to the national secretary freely ad- mitting that I had prepared the mation for the Branon comrades. — The reasons in brief for submit ting this motion were: 1. Barnes was by affidavits and other evidence shown - to be guilty of immoral conduc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 September 1912

mmmmmamu+m sube for week ending September 7, 1912 ....22,680, TEXAS* SEPTEMBER 7, CHURCH AND STATS f A Governors' Red Special. ftPiJlrf A rrpntanrp rkod/.v *ndi i r*W i*imn tr/wr umriitr «i ■tT.l m / £ 11 $ &,! « m sr world from being deluged wij human blood! Ballots, not bullets, are chosen weapons which the ists are seeking continually to to effect a righteous revolu thfe interest of the masses. know that the revolution have a deep and broad f< lion' in scientific education cerning - our political, coo: and industrial interests and lations. The. political parties foe long time, have been dividing people of this country into contending hosts, engage in bien- nial and quadrennial sham battles. They have no vital issues thaTle paratc them. They spend their time and energies in discussing! exposing the fallacies of soc- questions a which the great maa- ialisti(, througl, cve. ority of the people have no inter-J , fV division of the order, which est whatever; such as, monomet is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 September 1912

A;Jfe* .viBn mtfMi iPt -\y- Hmvw75I^ m opd <a $0$ all other to secure for themselves lies a modicum of the 1 Please find American citizenship, from its ■ * • r ■ •■ * a f •« t mm# \ and him as and exiled which goes to ^p, ihing a hypoc,—. -—nJW w hear is the truth. But all tyrp-*- orites are not confimri to the HtftttB isles. There n £n <rid "whited sepulchre" in Kansas OUy, Mo., one R. A. I*toj,faad of the Lori gBel 1 Lumber Co., whose of leproua hypOtrrliy has *1.00 6.00 >therwise there would be nothing of it , Justin proportion ae Socialistif or union eeonomie reforms grow or are promulgated, laws, socalled are enacted {to not only neutralise the effeeta of these reforms but to punish the.reformers; This is truly capitalistic age in which all laws J ' ju *l o — sr w r has. never been surpassed, either hardship upon the industry by the scribes and Phar&ees Juda or by the Pnilistines Britain. This old Pharfoee & for- ever on his erooked knees bias- waning the Carpe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 September 1912

^ " iTSr TilT" iii'lilffi •*! ; ■"V* ' • ' 4 •;•*•• PLAYIN mmmmhasm** tinually used andhad great ef- ifci. Naturally, u the Labor Party was now in and determined to stay in, the wise play indicated in the g*me upon which it had em- barked, wan to disprove all these damaging allegations and to show that the Labor Party was just tu patriotic aa any other party oonld possibly be. So its first move was .to adopt,a system of universal mil- itary service, and the next to. oppress and overawe strikers, even undertake vast schemes of national defense. The attention andadmir ation of the country were directed to the fact that the L*|w adminis- tration was the first to build small arms facories, to revise the mili- tary establishment so as to sectur the greatest efficiency and to pro- par? the nation for deeds of valor on the battlefield. At the time this was done there was a crying need for new labor legislation ; the system or lack of system of arbitrating labor dis- putes was badly in need...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 September 1912

0* V. Brtu rfe -• • ■'' |fe:i ■BBsasr"^r m m mt, I-7 ■■I I. * the ionary VOtee { do n§ no good ceased tol a rcvolu- , or came to be only eo, while .of incidentally eo, while yielding || mow and more to the pnwrare to modify the principles And pro- 1<* gram of the party for the sake of (welling the vote and hastening nor the day of ita expected triumph. .i* those It is precisely this policy and the alluring promise it holds out eo jqi new members with more teal than mission. tnowMge.tw^d?«;- • ^ ^ , ger we should guard against in preparing, for the next campaign. Hie truth is that we hare not a few members who regard vote-get- ting as a supreme importance, no matter by what method the votes may be secured, and this leads them to hold out inducements and not at all compatible with the stern and uncompromising principles of a revolutionary party. They convince us and through an of its $n the part 01 lOMns iinailwrvitii reactionary trade-uniox^Ms in loc- al emergencies and in certain...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 September 1912

V. Debs, of Indiana. * A. KatareC u wKondelaaa Matter Jaly 1* 1911, • paatoffiea kt Haflat tarilla, Tax. aadar tk# act of !l tk t, 1879. | BOc per jrr ; clubt of 4 (40 win) tBo •i" KamMiil HAI<LETT8Y1LLX, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 14, 1912. .22,475. Total robs for week ending September 14,1912, n'ltito.i 8T0RMB HOUSTON AND SAN ANTONIO, Por the first time since the war a candidate for the presidency m tAdreued ten wdtaow tofo ft. pmtdmtMi omwm*, 0« Oene wm the man that created this innovation in Tam politics. Hit reoeption at the two points he stopped at exceeded is jothuBiasm ««<§ interest the old parties ever pulled off. In San Anton- io the management at the Menger Hotel placed the governor s roite at his disposal free of charge. The meeting in Beethoven hall was an nnparallened success. The leaders of proffessions and the prin- "dple preachers struggled with the workers for an opportunity to lis- ten to our candidate. The Rebel journeyed to Houston to hear him and Was incited to add...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 September 1912

iv,, % i&a |%f« ■HI *^?Jm HI £tjSP t _\:, gmmw mm® iW-'% - mi 'Mlt MMliS , THE HEALER. ■tj£~W~ --.K I .|l I I I II _.- think it wss th« late that said:, "If Gene Debs not.« great l bor leader hft f° pl made a groat priest, a like one of the grand old hiiMelf with amazing zeal into later the ve FirsiwBi was on its treasurer had leaving theorganizati' debt This young uat ont of a locomotive cab, m i m piephe«ff 1 do not know about that, but I dfct know he wouldmake a great physician. I'll tell^you how ho eared me. dn Saturday, September 7, I was lying between white sheets in a darkened room in Qallettsvillo. Tke encampment! had gotten me, Eagdahl's furnace Iky" and the "hot sands" with the all-night imp* and the interminable speak- ing, remorseless grinding out of copy plus a hundred other details that go with the life of a Texas agitator, had at last floored me aid the world seemed to have atopped suddenly while my friends shook their heads "and thought what a beautiful corpse I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 September 1912

SW| Mmwfm u: 1 , . ... „ T . J Ki 'I m'M > ,<#• ■ I . Ti ^if.Wnt—"HE ■IHI'.i.11.1J ■ •MM «£■' '• -"V .' a' W«8«8 5*** ■y: A f 3$j Pm-' w 5 f§ * '• , ,/ I lA ' • / I / :'l. •y'" "■• ' •* - ""wMp-; V;,y Sj . w , - /■ ;^v"" ■wjs #t^OTt7" -■• .'• ('<:■< . ■;•' .'■ E-SSi -.sC'i'A ■ :. .' r. -. . —i—vr U : V' ■ W^mSBSBi fcr— - -r1-- *JJT •"■ /..J-rA-y T^HWJ , •'■•■ ■■•■*• v.?'/*'--'■• -. " - ' •' :1 •. '"v ■ -. - - 3. ^ J .,..w..i.' ■ -.V-A**--:. : fe*; ' ' _ — ■'•'—•--••--■ v.;........ m A {1-1' ' 2 . ■■T''v;! - i'fl • A' teSfew >'■. ® . , . - I \ * ■ ' % • •■ • ■ ' •&&'.: <•'. W ' : " ' ' • '* i-Vv i ' • •' f -;• -.' '.•■ •- i : / ,> ■•, , ': '■ iiiRC jrf'u] ' !*■••>,t- V .', TO ' flKx ' ;v ' • ' r:;-S-.TvVr-'— ' • ^ ^ On board the same train, arriving and each speaking the same day will be REDDIN z is;;. H ANDREWS, Socialist party nominee.for Governor, and T. A, HICKEY, norhinee , Mi . i . ; - .X JV' '•; ' t' ^ y for Lieut. Governor, whb, in company with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 September 1912

E'A- S*®!® K ;;4! ;^v- BBMMai a«i Wflf •SafflSSBfe '$$3 ■'fVf m, , ul WHIRLWIND TOVB. BES01 ^„,^ - H,' ,4 There is something wrong with Secretary Green and your effort this week, oh, Rcbs I "' Noble, the live-wire in You have-not come to bat\in the _ of the Texss state lecture old time Way. The failing is not department, have conceived a plan at this of the line because you ftt and are pushing it to the limit, that writing me that The Rebel is waiting for t will put a whirlwind finish to the better than ever. I guegs it is due ^lood-letting. greatest ante-election campaign to JJ® fact f®J JSSSiJK The working people of the two In all, aver waged by the Socialist party m tbe crops that you just have not mm A war with Mexico nent. The United States ■Hp TEE ■jfy JiSS " fr™ a?M°S0it.a^S •" TObjected. This PEd° ^ ^ tion or fleecing of of Texas. countries arc about to be driven to ialist f0r l0il? lmtaher nn..wu tW t &IX1-L-. „«il« got time andrwill make up for lost time later. If you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 September 1912

- • ,'3. i , i. ; X-Mi£«r. \v i Si cJaaSi m&mm ▼. Defc«,<rf Indiana. President—Emfl Seidell WUoonHn. Editor tad Own« Ul««J M MMMM mm* Ay 1, 1911. •I UM pwieMhw erfltikttsvtlk, T«l, 4«r UMHtlf Mink ft, 1179 60e p«r yr; ehibt «f I (40 wks) SSe Total nibs for we«k ending September 21, 1912'—22,432. [fMk> H&UJSiTBVllLK. TEXAS, SEPTEBE& 21,1912. Mo. 04 ai COMRADE JOEJf. r Among the Sixty-Four prisoners now in the dungeons at Lake Charles, La., (there wen Sixty- Five, but-Fellow Worker Fern has recently died from hiawoondi) is comrade John Helton, Secretary of Local DeRidder, Socialist Party. Comrade John does not know what the word fear means and he has long been a thorn in the side of the Lumber Trust politicians in his seel n of Louisiana. When the new pa) of Beauregard was recent* ly med there was every chance tii; its entire administration w< i be composed of Socialists. It wj certain not to be Lumber Tfe £ This did not suit that ex- ti^ ely "Christian" instituti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 September 1912

't^sS -■ --«5 ■Mm m JS '" ;• " rJsiairoiB I" mCONSIST- n $$§. ; - mwi Kfftl'a V-v M vj ;■■"•■ 6 ■#4 gfi TOS# • §;« • hd.L! „ following ia a copy °* * r written to The Menace, the \ A. newspaper, by one ef our •'• ' onamIWI.^hts BUT M: I I f I '.1> Wj I b;- B Ife' Rebs. Del Rio, Texas, July 29, 1912. jjjjtt' Thee. C. Walker, Aurora, Missouri. , Dear Comrade: Find enclosed „linnina tTTl d«rt*kini7 UBrroyop^* ~*-rr—m , ,—— to-fight the "Guardians of Liber- ty " This article , was dipped from the Val Verde County Herald. And was written by Austin Callau, the editor. jOsllan says he wrote it by request of «i friend. We pre- sume said friend a priest, This town is situated near the Line of Texas and Mexico and is largely Catholic. ■ This man, Callau writes for the price. Consequently always the masses of the people and for the powers that be. Those that can pay the biggest price, not so much in money, as influence and politi- cal power. Protestants here are very subservient, indifferen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 September 1912

■ii'LtfJUlu. fflWB ON'S BIOGRAPHY ooi •Kifaoimi By Emerson Defense Committee The Southwestern Lumber Op- erators Association, that great com- bine of "^brains" but for whose "charity* all the lumber workers and their families would Jitarve to death before sundown, is, to use the elegant language of their chief detective, "on the hog". The "great brains" started out declar- ing they would listen to nothing, or unreasonable, pro-* test, demands or petitions from the Brotherhood and, under the lead- ership of the Sultan of east Texas, clapped down a &hole drove of saw mills and blacklisted more than one thousand men. To their astonishment no one died of heart failure and the old B. T.,W. was just as "sassy" as ever. Then the "great brains" evolved another great scheme to scare the stuffing out of the "lou- Iy lumberpacks,"as they cfclled us, and filled the whole land up with an army of "heroes" recruited from booze-joints and bawdy-hous Train wreckers intends to have the I Reverend...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 September 1912

ifili s wtm SfflK- •a® -is I ' ' -> ' v« , 'Vv. " <%•«*$! BMt fall demand*—and nothing* F , til \ ws&-~ ■ SHOPMEN'S STRIKE, the full d i " ~ least, if the company gives them lopfer as if the Shopmen less thatthat will be taken, say the i their strike after all and' men interested. ^ of the aid tendered to the -— —, x . 4, by the railroad commit : POLITICAL DR. COOK, totnal From . the Bailroad . P01**1, World published at SanAntonio Now, that Roosevelt has pohtt- We read: Sheffield Bi ■In in mill i one to the the allowed to. o ■■' i' 'l " — .A. It. M&nager m of thdn- the w. re 'too made the forego AL1BM AND INFIDELITY eye' to keep torn offending ■' * good paying member. « i;Hoor aoniity' ret^>repiWi^ - « ono:'Mfc'- Brandon, fata fired becaus* Slaughter ov Rebel ia u * re8ult of devious methc I M tog pi*«®|§The Association has • iMiSB 4WW. cally come to life «•* , you will deposited more than $100,000 to hwted. . , ^ iMo^ka^tme pui of land. From all points along the w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 September 1912

Sffim f-X% ''<€: >'• T^rw- *":. .. WfW' 1 , ••• - - ' ' * >.'V *<# rnfmm. ■3W4S. mm r\mw:* ■#§*. •rv. " ' ,< . '-^ ^ |f;1 . -3;^:... ' . • =!?:.._ • &v= . .: ' ■*%• :•■ v-f •■ j • /-v.- Milt great appear gnat for week ending September 28,1912. go hoi TBS nwovum m list of the dates for tores of Reddin A. Hiekey, the Socialist guhnatorialcandidates; ••--•;■ Wheeler, Sept 89. ; Shamrock, Sept 80. Mobsetk, Sept 90. Lipscomb, Oct 1. ' Amarillo, Oct 1 McLean, Oct 3. Plainview, Oct 4, (instead of 1st) Crosbyton, Oct. 5. . Stamford, Oct 7. •?, Albany, Oct 8. ' Ballioger., Oct. 9. Coleman, Oct. 10, (afternoon.) Stephenville, Oct. 11. Gatearille, Oct. 12. Temple, Oct. 13. Rockdale, Oct. 14. Taylor, Oct. 15. „ Iiano, Oct 16. ' Austin, Oct 17 v San Antonio, Qet, 18. Pleasanton, Oct. 19. W. S. Noble, state chairman, will accompany this tour and will look after details, including the sale and distribution of litera- ture. ' • e The totir of Reddin Andrews, our candjde for gover...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 September 1912

rill ip|§.. • Sf: lii / $■/*-$• ■VI.. V Of I 1 I life f','<.'. OF SOCIAL- V; . r'N ,- tf. 0. By M A*dr«tw. The beginnings of all things lure i?The Socialist movement, frofca fifteen to thirty yean ago, ww confined largely to the indn* trial center*. In the factory and miniag towns large number* of op- erator* were gathered. The So- cialist agitator found no dificulty in calling together considerable au- dience* on ahort notice. Among them was the beginning of the So- cialist propaganda by the few speakers who had become imbued —:*t- *l ir • Willi u q pi v* mcmaimi ew* nornica. Their success was slow, but they were persistent in pro- ^1 aiming those principles which they firmly believed to be just. They were inspired with the con- viction that Socialism would some day prevail. The first teachers of Socialism in this country were, indeed, the pio- neers in the mightiest movement of all times. They were more, they 'were either martyrs or possessed the spirit of martyrs. Outside of t...

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