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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 November 1913

reported23,759 SOo per yr; duhe of « (40 If this No. is opposite your name | A/ yoursubscriptionexpires next issue RE ON OUR KNEES- L*T ff AB/8* THJE ORE AT APPEAR GREAT TO VB ONLY BECAUSE u aeeoad-cla£ MO. 126 XATritDAY, NOVEMBER 29, HALLETTSV1LLE, under act of Mar. 9, Sc HALLELUYAH U'YAll! k THE m mm Tl,ere is one great question that the wen and women who fight in the ranks of labor ^ave always Every thinking man in the state of Texas is writing, speaking !„« -- — . , „ t. -. I and thinking about the issues of the 1914 campaign in our state, exploiters fear n t_ a s one year ago it appeared as if the conspiracy of the landlords to ballot or the woraers keep the masses bamboozled, confused and divided over the question This question baa been su jec 0f |>ooze would be successful- <> discussion in^every nation o ♦. Today every observer of events knows that this scheme has been earth- The stronges c r *. ^ shot to pieces by the clearheaded work of the militant members of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 November 1913

mm §?M I '-'M mm „ —nrrr— WHO WILL HELP THIS FIGHTER FOff TRUTH I TEXAS. EONAGE IN l<, 1-913. /ft.rald J Iivtly, X®l*y> . T. A. Hie key, . . . Hallettsville; T« Wilbarger Co., ex., Nov. 3, IM Dear Rebel •fbere's children.''—Bend this poe t0 .1>*«•*> to have it sung at tne ue* There'* a *« t *or Httle chi^ren jf'rom all life'* varied cene8' The glee of picking cotton, ^ The joy of snipping beans. Th« ectasies of bleaching, And paddling in the dye- A rest from aU these pleasures ... They'll find it when they die. There's rest for little children Beneath the green nod, Where all the looms are silent— The bosses with their god— The spindles coase from flying. The 'breakers' cease to roar, And acid-eaten fingers Can rest forevermore. There's rest for littl, children Within the Potter's Field, Par from the haunting terror Of rod« the sweaters wield, Wher0 little jeet-like babies Can rest -their twisted frames, And take a long, long bedtime, And dream they had some games. There...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 November 1913

aJBpE • m ££ JB 's*M . i j," Rf?- Sjfc&Sfc'jjl 1 TOWM • . . :SS8':! ains. >J> ' -\Mlh Spftil mM .. xi. - •.'■ Spiv.-*-. ..** . .. '\.VV *\' ■DM > ''":■ • • «ouaty, W.,,-0. Smith, 3: trong county, a o. Carr, 1; Bo* county, a 0. Richirdson, 2: Oor- county, Edward A. Brenholtz I: 'itt countj, J. B. Dnnean, 1; EHU county, W. J. Cutting. 1; Harrison eonntv Jo.. Johnson J; 8. E. Hum, J; Haskell county, Geo. Prjitt if rni' ^ it ty, J. T Blade, I; Ja | er count, w, a Stark, I; Limestone county, Jack Ra ^Montague county. John Bowling "Mill cotntj, J. R, L<jc • lj'Jfoluo C* Neal, 2; Reiirs county w Smith. 1^ Hmith county, W. M. Casey, 2; San Baha county, E. Yejr- Wsgil 2; Sabine countv Morris Mar- b'J'Jr1 «""'>• °> Barker, h C, T. Wick bob, 1; Ward count)'. J, J. Lauder*, 1; Youm* county, T. W. Simp ■OB 1; Coutiee—28. Captains—84. Petition*—* New Counties—Aransas, Aruutrohi Nolan aad Ward. Ww, ■ saaWmiPp ■ g&tyS&l rv V. ^S-;? Dear 8 "You iSS fmw-- iSMm HUMAN SHEE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 November 1913

t) 1 TO': Ml imp* Socialist and Communist ratuw of Franca, a literature originated under the pressure .mrgeoisie in poucr, anu that the expression of the 4tr*g- cle aeainat this power, wm intio- dueed in Germany at a time when the bougeoisie in that country had just begun its contest with feudal absolutism. .TT^, xa u„ German philosopher*, would-be philosophers and be*"* eagerly flfoed on th,g ,ter only forgetting, that wb«nt^J writings immigrated from trana nito Germany, French social con- dition" h d not immigrated atong with them. In contact with Ger- man social! conditions, this French literature lost all itB immediate practical significance, and a«um- ed a purely literary aspect. Tims to the'German philosophers of the Eighteenth century, the demands of , the first French revolution were nothing more than the de- mands of ■" Practical Reason m general, and the. utterance of the will of the revolutionary French bourgeoisie signify in their eyes the laws of pure Will, of Will as i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 December 1913

; *-■■■). . • ; $ ls? Vs$>K ''■' ••• ' • i•*>$S&ttflWSt&V &r9&&'frb3i-r-■ ■■ '■>.' JtvjB WWLim • ''W~: ■ lis | r; ^ Pf-■ SIB r ;,<, ,. .. .v... H. ;^pp ■ I •■ ■ " ..■:' •'v • •■; A*-- s .\'iji.Tr (.>.'• •' •*— .-y i -" - A - previously reported23.797 • last week 582 tiring last wtek 40< "; Week . 73 No.. subscribers this date gg 23,870 •pnmMM .., 11 A • -;-v$ •§ *- .^Pt§S ■ r ~rt~i-rrr- ... f. A. HtCKLT, MNn u4 OWM. n ~v- -'■v* \ • ■'• ilNwii^iiirWifi.. ->■■ t'lUP , I'WMW.#. ..*'.* • —' , ' •' * V-T ' - -. :■{ ' s ". . -.'i Altered u teeond-rfaMa suiter Jaly 1, 1911, at the postoffice it HaBette- vllle, Tex., under Mt ef M*r. *, 1879. THE GREAT APPEAX OMEAtTO US ONLI SSCAVSE WE ARE OH OVB KK 1KB- LET 01 ARISE. 60c per yr; data of 4 <«0 If thii No. is opposite your namef A7 your subscription expire* next issue 1A / 1) ballettsville, TEXAS, sArr/R&iy, December 6, 1913. JVo. 126 m $ v . / . '■ " ■ i* A discussion that is always on whereve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 December 1913

nn Hf Hi p^p m;kr:fft $$& ■* *i; % a nsw 8tatm 8kcsetart. mi jit^a.... \ WACO, YOU a ave enter- tain ed. « I % t i \r. I " it ! - mr^- The Rebel is in receipt of the fallowing froil our devoted Com- rade, State Secretary E A. Green: Rockdale, Tex., Nov. 24,1913. l>ear Comrades ' _ Bran new state secretary (fe- male) arrived yesterday eve about' five o'clock p- m. Mother and babe doing fine. JBd. To the new arrival, on this mun- dane sphere of sorrow and trials, the entire staff of The Rebel ex- tends the heartiest welcome and in doing so firmly believes that before the young lady has reaehed her majority the cause for which her beautiful mother and powerful father have so zealously fought will have ended in a glor- < s victory that will guarantee for her and all her sisters the security, peace and happiness that is denied to the vast majority of the daugh- ters of the working class todav TWs to you, Ed, your g£j wife and the latest arrival. Waco you have been a host In a m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 December 1913

ffiWi AHA2JS0 TION guess that Land Petition was success- PETl- we will publish the names of each militant "worker against landlord- ism in attthlavast domain and photograph the petitions in bulk covering, as it does, more tliaa nine-tenths of the population of the state- * • • ;NV, jit* figu fif will tw atout I'X),- hv l>e& l5- ••• i is also worthy of note that • V l while Wore than 1600 men carried r 0. MeiUefcji Sec.-Treaa. of the these petitions in buggies, wagons iters' Union will carry the orig- on horseback and on foot th -v did I petitions with h.n in bulk tj not receive five cents for th«'*r ser- sent to the governor on that vices and did it mainly toj demon- strate their strength and belief in nation-shaking cause.. What a marvelous jtxhibitioh of enthus- iasm. Surely that cause must be a righteous one that enlists in its sup- port such stalwart protagonists. It' • • ' |K R. ?IeiUwa managing etlitor tbe L ivaca Oj :ttty Smii weekly l u Era and Bus manager of ■ i^bel ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 December 1913

: • m 23, i fitter (Comrade in -the l>«r Enclosed frftd ferrate «* Mass 1. 99 US ?C«< iff; K? ■u m tot« 14it U'U [n> H*« [ed to Ki i [Wf tui t«« j wi I Ik; itb m let * T II t i i :§ i ; , f II t' [ h R- I mi Mt * renter but 2 find thai the ■jftv ■cr jMta lutd 1 WV 11 MM ttalt til, ymf* tut sua* i tktrf Or ill i H Duo the renter* will tut tiy fwr muh tnw Hmgtrt 1 Lantt TNrtitMw *J«w. 1 tire jwttturo on to BU IX tew «#rwdlit, wbk* 1 «femilri giw mrr Governor tmam te teak As the timers ahanliip; fnr *«<*• ' ing in Land fttftiflfipi; i is mine, i em arimni-d H m kind beddrt. done the test 3 could one -we' 3 am smarted. I haw mhb jpw our wot.™* -n— «< * so few siffteflwrea, but thinking large iaa% and it takes *11 *A -mg mid think wi!! roirtiniH- w, yatW' }h«1 tltese few might help out amne' tiihehustling to keep themlrsm BaM Tobk to t«nn for ttor «J. Ju0W^W*JT. J. T JtnutMW k T'lnaur tnnoimw is * .. ...WWPBB .. . thst tl r Chratiiui Socialist Folkwulii). j Erath Co.. Tex....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 December 1913

sM No. new So. subs 1/m for Wmml Ft II fev SlBH J. '*£> ■ reporta«L_23£7u k' 322 ~ ' w*ek 403 4* m this date ^ ^ *&•. 'NSsStf m• .7 5 9 MP 1 A§ MCOAdtlftAft ■uttfctii' M HM feeMNEWT' Ml «t Mm. I, ltT . the ore at appear GREAT to us OMIT BECAl wfi mm v KB H W1 SbS®® 'id T'* v pig OA' OUR KNSE8— LET V8 ARISE. in 60* par jt; dais if « («• 11 this No. it opposite your hum | AO jroor subscription expires next isaue * . • ■ 'JO! hallettsville, saturday, december 13, 1913, Mo. -Mmti i ' ' "OX&Y'-rt ' LESSON TJ A ay frrft to the days to which the mind of nian runneth not i «f which history does not record a line, people were periodically fitted withfloods, carrying in their train divers woes. Death rode tTbebeadofthe whirling waters and the imps of disaster followed • the wake of the tide. The Good Book contains many trenchant descriptive of the woes that came upon the people when the later bum its bounds and profane history records in thrilling lines . juries of the floods of an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 December 1913

IX! msm BKMBMHMN rat*'" ill!®. litt pra j'ed ^ [«-§] w o'ir [wl uia |W jwtf tWf W 1 C0 | «& a; LVSr • ■>-t im..... ,... . i tttae it m 'imposed? '■ mm few tHat religion isoat mtyBdiPJmv <wr mmf IMl «*rt dfcgwsa «f tuffgsan, hat wfflfe tfc* Mf few writers am &teiaiiam, the iSoeiulisfc writer* rkvm row oppose fhriwlimiry, m yon can mm and \wi*rmtmfc that titaf* fe vm 00nm*«# modern* twUflSou- mi- primUm fit iliiflfe Vtaan*jW*y ft****?,- Nrttafc w wean fty tJte church '# the vast nuwb*r of rtrgjinwwtioH* neufer runt name* ami tftfcm) m awry «feta ruga**. h«« mien ?! «• sfcft of rti« ariatocpaey and tim . k4«MU 'at jl/ «.!«-. nnrt-«a >ttii> iii«til J"'**""-- ifliMMi I IliJ-j ■ iHnniiiiin—i i n Wa i twa' ^ Had* UrU* I acowt ii «w:i "id* * iu- rimes -if iHiMMDiwt «*~ wttew mm «*«jrttopawn}- Hn '8tt>iiimt - fbi^JwriHgrttoche tfum. irndtrndoped: **<* at tfcrpml an well as m P<\e afiasiwe of tin ■ptfnnna. fcr its "man- by the epoefc shine. liCeroittusn that fSrwe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 December 1913

mm ■- - ,.i\" recent if : cO VC*t; foruey (xtrtef o« rty ts « si the (.,,luvatiott nw On lHlized upon gre$t to the amHI ton, thi proved ers who tlilnkS farm I who will; M ,-V. •■■:•> . v. tit*. ■ -n REPEAT ? m. 3KSW?* ij>rwiietion of uy frien^ who advised ni* would sU lll*Land Prograia of ri« about to be justified by results. The laiesj wgram u none other than First Assistant At- ho WM interviewed by a Houston Post re reupon thig great legal light of the Bonk braua of the Attorney General's office and m the bargain came out flat footedlv for t agricultural estates that are held —' ' tive purposes. °Ut °' itoref the Houston Post calmly editor- endorses itand thus we find that this 18 prepared to advocate the taxation of idle land the Post says: " icy General Cureton, who spent Tuesday in Hous- M%: ought to adopt the policy of taxing UMim. highly that they will have to be sold to small farm- e them. He advocates the broadening of the Homers to adopt the policy of taxing nuimprov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 December 1913

and edu- partike of the elaaa tad be used to rapport the rating class, provided the rul- ing elsas control them. Capitalist rhurehee are capit- alist machines to rapport capital- istic robbery, just a* are all cap- italist parties. The only differ- en*e it that one operate* under the name, ef religion. the other dote not. One invoke* God'e blessing* oq the Crimea committed hy the other. One is the religions leg, 'he other the political leg of legal i*ed robbery. s y. thy yld tamp on Democrat and Republican partw* .. r*£- ~nttin(rfl)artrini«m into if . *hoott X That gang of preachers, the ruling class whom \hqfy are hypocrites of the depot dye, They have no rtttgieit, eare for rtone, and to theriPRobt J. Inger- sol) and Jesus Chrwt look alike, the only difference being that they get more graft by doing the atunt of "religion" tor the ruling clua They are out for graft, and if they could get I I think I mm •Socialists Any old' religion will answer The>' controlled absolutely by the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 December 1913

m : -V J® ,T®8 ■• — . f - - <'•'• * # •* **S"•> 4* ?* • wv mMmwM ->, '•ST?'^; iii v • • -.«• 1KHM \ V/-V. . i.. "W« tV Jv ;K^' r'V - . . Mm®; • Air - ,-",p <«i«y# M_iU* ► f* *'• "*■ T. A. HXO*U"f. «0C pn ft: date of • <«s M-sB&ssai F<7 ; ■/'! ' tame your tnbeoriptkm expires next issue 0MWr APPEAR GMEAT TO V8 ONLY BEOA If this No. ia opposite your name j AR18K. EXB~ LET < mm HALLETTSV1LLE, EMBKH a|aB„ ¥«KB |§||pi 4?-'LjS^sl IT1& 1 m " kv this issue of The Rebel in in the hands of all its readers, interview will have occurred at the state cipitol in Austin. The Governor of this greathave met an official repre- sentative of the Renter's Union, who will have presented to him the (wtition booklets from t oitizens of 172 oottotiss containing over 80,000 names requesting the govoaor to call a special session of the legislature to initiate an amendment to the state constitution of ssfi v degree.of civilization, while we minus soch taxes, and with only cent, of o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 December 1913

Is Wsm HgKMS '• Wm i i F * I • ifl ISife mk § II Taj !•-' it'. i1 If': t i f '!=- Hi Sis W$®W&ww* 11 now riM fttr the spreading of our propaganda. Note the crowd* that came oat to hear Comrade J. T. Beam recent- ijrwhcn he lectured at Pwfc and Antioch. It showa that the people are not aatiafied with what they have been getting and are anxious for the gospel of Socialiim. >^| erywhrfsre they are falling in dear old prohibition. 1 hope they may endorse d«0y recruit! are all over the eounty. So you tee the opportunity is before ua, let u« uae it # V You** tor the Revolution, M. 0. Spear, Oounty Secretary, Antioch, Oklahoma. Tarrant Co., Tex., Dee. 9, 19&. B. 0. Heitaen and T A. Hickey, "Hallettsville, Texaa. Dear Birs:-— WV hare taken many narass and many more are to be taken and it seems with our noble plat- form that we are entitled to open up and take into our folds the ** prohibit* HHKillHiHHV., our party and get nearer to broth erly love and social equality The last Reb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 December 1913

' •; •' hp WWW: PPte mj I 1 'I SSeS^SK^v.-SHi WWf •'£ iwSffS.- ■- '• WMM ••V^SpsIf —Mi -rcSsSfci ifpfj m C Hlffl ;• feng; $3 sBL. 'wT'f*?G ra?'«.: 4iv^.jf ■ .ffif vV/*/ir* :;r,:. i SM- . :> •: >..• , 3*91jH| 1 the Evils of Social ism. 4 Meb*>l by tldar W J, MeElhaney, of, lApan, I I fa pempnht form afttr completion of the series. I towerful reply t<> <*« lies of a crooked "sky- V& - ;• EE ®R .£ .-.M . «. A ro a*##/ ro iu*s/ for loma Notes *lp> ^vd ujur*nr. oity.) OBjTCTtOX. to be primitive Christianity." Vr v At this moment milliooa of bu- Iman beings are eastingsad looks to I heavetl* hoping to find there—be- ,_ie stars they see—that wme- thibg which is to them everything; , has leen the Sim and ob- side and , . l«rt its economic The Sew Locals for the Week. .iuutuwn m iune county. iu members, P,H. peajson, Jimtown, claim, perhaps some Socialists believe that 1 Mt JPkaaant in Leflore county, 5I J?§MS^v8Htf*8tI^5i£2? Christianity but we shall deny that Socia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 December 1913

PSiWHPi ... f'i'WS! !?# ■-< Taxation «f Bh i'to J/oif i fut SSsiSf§f ■ H '■■ IW Here is a natural taw by which advances the out thing that 'iafcieaeas in veins is laud— a natural law by virtue ofwhieh all growth of population, all ad- vance of the rate*, all g«Tieral im- provements of whatever kind, add t a fund that both the command* of justice and the dictates of ex- pediency prompt us to tike for the common uses of isociefy. Now, iitce increase in the fund avail- able for the common usee of ao- ciety is inereass In the gain that goes equally to esch member of so- i«iety, isitnotcleir E#;, A BBxHsf-'H ##3f' •' Iff" limi ■: <ip 111 m f • ><• i s y '! Ifc BftaS m : ffiP il by which land values increase with nodal advance while the value of the produce 6t labor do not in- t i-eaae. tends with the advance of eivilication to make the share that goes equally to each member of so- ciety more and more important as compared with What goes to him from his individual earnings, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 January 1914

mm P®PJ r^;-! 'ii i:'v:V*/:";v.f^\-* . >;]. . .., v'-v^rvr.'. *■■ ■:• '. "f:; • -. -1 :. 3, vv- - ■ £ : .■ \^-r •.:. >; .r->:\,\ '■ rT'/.i' '•• -•> ' rW#; • I* iSr% '\:V- £V4 " -• ■ v. • v-(" -i'. -S'Vi'i•* : «sV!> • :•«'; ^ "•'•«•.>%'* :*-iv V v. -,<-,- -. r. : — V" i ?:|f*.j*'-r: ~j$k :i " : ' ' ' ' 'fM . i - 4 ' -'- •. • 1 :.• • •• V.-1 • • % , ": <•' j Total snba previous!/ reported 23,516 N-0- new subs l t week 435 7 ' So. subs expiring Inst week 425 Onin for wce^ - •••—• Total No. subscribers thi* date 23,5 *6 10 THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO U8 ONLY BECAUSE WE A HE ON OUR KNEK8— LET V8 AR18K. T. A H10K£T. MMtt U4 Ovm W« P«r jt: clobc of « (to tttki) • If thia No. is opposite vow nan.e | 0/\ your subscription expire* next i«wu * 1 0\f Entered as *eeond-elas natter July 1, 1911, at the poatoffioo at Hsllette- HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, «hAY, JASTUTTT, 19X4 No. 129 vilk. Tex., under act «f Mar. t, 1879. Moyer Shot The Western Federation of Miners are burying their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 January 1914

v . _ • r • <" ; * * ' ' " ■Hgpip &5 •?.-•• • - *3*; "-i... Your hv; BHKgj* ■ ■' rf-V, • * ' §■ ■ !;• • SlT M KfSr I !•' ia ' K1 P Tkr Democratic Prcr Boaters, Bandits and Political Robbers Are Stealing Your War Supplies. The Democratic Party in Texas is in a hell of a lit. Brag, bluster, Palae promises, grand stand plays, pious preachments, diabol- ical duplicity, have destroyed all hope of relief for the common people or general welfare of the state. The Progressive Prohibition Church and State, God in the constitution, preacher in politics and politicians in the pulpit wing of what is termed ths Democracy of Texas, now realise that the "Old I)cmocra«y" is deadrand the disintegration of the party is inevitable, Hud only a matter of time. The modern Democratic Party mana- gers have no principle, "policy" is their trump card. That policy ix anything to get office and keep it. The shrewdest tricksters in ths gang are now scheming to "checkmate" the certain success of Socialism...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 January 1914

■ < " V . ... • 1 * : ;V ENLIST NOW. r";t:,y £i-.::: .:'.v.'/ . . ' "■ V Hrf ' - . ; ' • As the rainy season appeals to Ixt over, ou every hand there are no.* <.igus.tt t .thgRebels of Texas are going into the 1914 campaign with united ranks and a fighting spirit that has already made their ,.nines famons around the world, and the organization of the Rebel Vidcttes w beginning to look up. Applications are in every mail, and .* snoii a* xre e*n get things properly lined oat, we shall bave the'"' v ilest literature army ever seen on the march on this continent, it vi'l not only distribute literature ovv H month hut it will he ever ;,„dy ni many other ways to protect hnd foster the cause of Socialism this great state. ■- f. Just to give an idea of what sueh an army can do: When t presented the laud petitions to that false-alarm states- ! Illj,n) Governor Colquitt, lie essayed to criticise our plan. Well, with ill,' solid* foundation of the Socialist philosophy under my feet in ju...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 January 1914

Land lor AIL ■ IV I p.. I Iter, ■ I ??r PS'-y i li 4 * i Lr L. H ■'!l Pi \- fp~' m, JM ■ m In seeking to restore all nien to llieir equal and natural rights we «|© not «vk the benefit of any class, but of nil. For we both know by faith and see by fact that injustice can profit no one and itiat justice must benet all. Equality of Opportunity. ~ Nor do we seek any "futile and 1 ridiculous ■ equality." We recog- nize that then- must always be^ dif- ferences and inequalities. In so far as these are in conformity with the moral law, in no far aa they d* not violate tho command, "Thou shalt not steal." we are content. We do not seek to better (Jod's wo k ; we seek oijly to do His will. The equality we would bring about is not the equality of for- tune, but the equality of natural opportunity; the equality that reason and religion alike proclaim —the equality in usufruct of all Ilia children to tho bounty of Our Father who art in Heaven. And in taking for the uaca of aocicty what we clearl...

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