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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 August 1915

j r. : '4:, : f " t' $mm§- '.' ;%'F' ■K.Wvvfll ■' \ : : ■ S i M ' :IHI •r entirely .imaginary, — not yei achieved for the people at large. We will present ourselves, as we always are — unarmed. We only ask immunity for the children who \ Rebel reprints below matter it is the New Era's duty to keep I her^T'1 Ymi areTeducating Pthe \e Hallettaville New Bre of it. fellow Mtana advmeda. ° £ conld do it, .Ht 10th relative to an assault their opportunity and_ danger, >rour assistance The fol /on Judge E. 0. •Meitaen.our and additional fact* in the Nav*- |lowina ^ ^ article that cauaed 1 so ui han "you will find in the meant For the reason that R. D.U certain Htarit State Secretary, and dad City matter have just recent ither of out nominee for Govern- ly come to our knowledge. While\™ Judge's punishment (f). I the next campaign. it was plainly evident from the will 11 remember that he county records that B. D. Ragsdale J GOES T&E t&NK ONE BET hior's Special" trip. dale, the arti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 August 1915

>.'n /':v "W- ?«gs Hfiip -*■ State Office Notes. -.■ ■• ngR&w-v uuuu' a'jiumjija-ji ■ i ■ , T. A. HICK BY, State See. Hallettsville, Tezae r- B H I i ril •31 ENCAMPMENT DATES. Team No. One.—T. A. Hickey, E. E. Meitzen, Covington Hall, Vernon—Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Aug. 14, 15 and 16. .Crowell, Tuesday, August 17, E. R. Meitzen. Rallinger, Wednesday, Thurs- day and Friday, Auguat 18, 19 and 20. Burkett—Saturday,Sunday and Monday, Aug. 21, 22 and 23. Brownwood—Tuesday, Wednes-, _ „ day and Thursday, A.ug. 24, 25 Corpus Christi on "Social Reform and 26. * pay". August 20th. Comrade Emil Sweetwater, Friday and Satur Seidel of Milwaukee is also to be Corpus Chri ti Chautauqua. Assistant State Secretary, Judge 0. Meitzen, a pioneer in the movement, arid Comrade W. D. Simpson, who was the second State Secretary of the Party and Its nominee 1 for Judge of the Supreme Court and City Attorney of Dallas (in wme election) in the days when there were few men with sufficient courage ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 August 1915

1 ~~~ ""j•tgnW Wm&m- - Whfe^fcyf y :!)J££i i'^?v--'■■''■"■■■,■■;' .■■ the rebel MAD BY 100,000^ acrruL FARMERS EACH WEEK- Qrgan Land UagU of America. 50c per year. In club* of 4 or more 2Se wh. 3 year, for $1. , latend M Meand-clMM nutter J "iV v..'1 ■ I-',. '. ■' at the pcetoffiee at ■"' «1« Mt of Mar. a, or T.A. HICKKY, Editor and Owner 50c per J*ar; clubs of four more (40 weeks' 15c ff this Number is $ppos??-. your name your subsf.ru> tion expidea next fcsn; 214 HALLETT8VILLE, in Glory be, but &ure it's the iJonks that are in sore trouble in Texas and Oklahoma. After the Socialists had gone down the line and peeled the hide off every poli tieian and legal light that could summon up enough nerve to mount the platform in debate with the Socialist, the powera-that-be de eided that there was but one hope left for them and that was to in veigle every pulpitbw preacher they could find into taking the places of the whipped lawyers. They did this in the hope that, where reason...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 August 1915

m njH HBSSIg®SH wm 1 'vrr^'Y} liS:- liM. gfSpPHeg ■'" r^. ■ *s «n ,.„ ■ HI J -Hi -H •'Wm* ?®3 4; ,'.5 W; ) H H I II i1 i-i i! § i I i I ■ :i ■4 *• | 4 i I i 'J .H § : I if; „ $ % I I 1' | +? &■ I-J If It -tr c itt : V"'' J 3 fj| f®I imwMMM ;S :4'v' 'r®T 1 IpyilRp H W WUWWWWWMMWWWllMW Saith the Lord. (Written for the Rebel by Covington Mall) "The land shall not be sold forever," Saith the Lord;. "8word title* shall the sword dissever," Saith the Lord; "They who reap where other? sow, They who take what others grow, Shall my wrath and vengeance know," Saith the Lord; "The land Hhall not be sold forever," Saith the Lord; "Of this I've not reperited ever," Saith the Lord; "Not a letter, word or line Can the preachers quote of mine Taking earth from thee and thine," Saith the Lord; f "The land shall not be sold forever," Saith the Lord; "Sword titles shall the sword dissever," Saith the Lord; "I shall scourge men till they rise With the war-light, in their eyes, Land and Liberty thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 August 1915

Five Minute ' ^ ' '.'V- r ,, . Subject: Thy Neighbor. Texts; Lev. 19:13. Matt 19:19 1:39. Lk. 12:31. We will leave the Land for a , while and touch upon what seem* ft likely to be soon forbidden; "Thy Neighbor." * The workers on the daily press have evidently received orders from such barbarians as Rocke- feller, Carnegie, Dupont Morgan, and that army of tyrants who con trol our political destinies, and through them our very lives, to force a war with Mexico. And as these brains have been sold to the vampires that are sucking the life- blood of the people, just as a pros- titute sells her body to the man |who has the economic power to give er food and clothing, they are ulling off some stunts that would :e a Munchausen feel l>elittled outdone. When the crash imes — and it is apparently close hand — the Puritanical Wil in, who '8 the immediate tool of le parasites to whom Diaz and 'uerta sold the mines and land* the Mexican people and who now demanding foreclosure be- ire the peop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 August 1915

'MmPM #:fi P* v]«w '«;. rtu&h-j :&0' * • «Bi rr iv ,"| | '' Tf • f&MNB&m&X t,- -v ^H&'-^V'■ •■<* >§*'<GmF& *■• :■ ■?-yj£:ig&fi • -**v US I I I fa! It H* m% if l:S; i HI sill i! ( }' ! •1 ' ll H ' a n I "ii I li y-r i f State Office Notes. .t|gj$k ^.' • :■ 'v'l ; f' ■; i* A. HICKEY. State Sec. IlalletUville, Texa* 1 'V' ] * /..... MMCB IS SlS ( 'MS* W; 'SSf iffamics County Encampments. "Miller Grove July 29-31, fol- lows! up by the 2nd Annual Rai- nes County Encampment Aug- ust 1 —■ 4, at Paint, Texan, gave tlx seven "full days for Team No. 2 to toach. the Gospel of So- cialism U> the unconverted work- ers 0f this section. They did preach it, and preach it well. The*; en- campments were a success in every sense of the word, aud make it al- most certain we will carry this Co in 1016. We have already arranged for our third annual encampment, next year, commencing first Mon- day in Aug. We ask that the En- campment committees iu 1st., 2nd., 3r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 August 1915

HEAD BY 100,000* ACTUAL FARMERS EACH Wf"?K- Urga* Land League of £ erica. >0« per year. In clubs 3 vear tftitorad #*«otid IM1, at tho postc 1ii«, T«a„ wider *o i mitun iwy C'« at Haltata- uallltts TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1915. g® Mar. *, laTV. nm [.. « ! m mm uimm i-?V! .~T..r-5* ffl, P; ~T *i0E! -'i.v m \ ip L — I I T.A. HICTEY, Editor and Owner 50e per Tear; clubs of four or more (40 weeks) 25c If this Number oppos: _ . _ your name your robicr.: L\o tion expides next i*o« NO. 214 FARMERS. That Englaud is about to make ootton contraband of war, wiU sites used it to gamble with in stock* and bonds and shipped it bad the result that, the export trade of cotton will be practically destroyed to New York in pursuance of that purpose, with the result that not and cotton will go to four cento tiiis fail, is a menace that becomes thirty millions of the $300,000,000 remained in the South and this clearer with every tick of the clock. * ' u That this will mean utter bankruptcy for the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 August 1915

vy.c .. $£§wM* K2t ° aei^r-r i teffr# THE DEVELOPMENT OF BASKING «rr-- aras ri, :/■./•: (Written for The Rebel by W. T. Flowers.) o ;I 5* >1 I I I I II I II (By Arthur LeSueur.) In hit speech before Congress, October 16, 1914, Mr. Henry, ' Democratic Congressman from Texan, making au appMl to that body in behalf of the southern cotton producers made the following statement regarding their condition: „ ,, . Mr, Speaker: 1 have risen for the purpose of discussing in the brief time allotted to me the distressing cotton situa- tion in the Southern States, and trust that 1 hal} utter no wind here today that shall not Ik- deliberate and m exact ac- cord with the facts. It is no. exaggeration to say that the con- dition in the Southern States \4 absolutely distressing. Now let me ask you if you can realize why there should be an. legitimate cause for the cotton producers of the South to be m sue i a condition? Think what the term "distressing ™,dHcnPrv cially when accompanied by the adv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 August 1915

|S| • i • •sgg^gvjy^. ;; X' ::m-p u *■ CLEAN SLA re. | «ve Mm ... Sermon. •— ■■ ■■•■> • < ' (By J. A. Rogers.) -o- irahsi | ■Soulh. if' ■ ii-nul under the al>ove heading appeared in the Southern v! '!itn, Ua., A«g. 1, 1915, the greatest farm paper in the !i'- • 1 itorial is here reproduced in part with comment: "H"th sides of this great question of 4 Farmer and ^ .uiM,r were to have been presented in , this issue 'it* Kuralist. We found ourselves, however, etmfront- i>.\ a very serious difficulty. The subject is of such importance that M'c doubted the possibility of any dozen short articles conveying such a real uuder- - .Hiding of the subject as it's importance demanded." That Southern editor was narrow minded; and had the same Opinion a I.out the Socialist, when be thought that "not a half dozen" of them could intelligently tell whsit Socialism is. But when, to his $rre;it u^nishment, he received 173 letters and only 28 of that number oppo.x : Socialism, he got wise to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 August 1915

■" ■ jcSS SvfitiK.'.*-V • 2wJ jliis ,-r-y?'v'jSti8^h \ .'• '•- ■ '.. • ,/. - i-3fcs=^I Wd « tfe 5§S0? H State Office Notes -; . .'. " * •«. yfc* . ■ ■ ' >'- - : , -•>«•• - C • • • ■- ., '' 2Tr-v ;^ BKS SfeSSs v.:g - T. A. HICKEY, State pee. Hallettsville, Texas. SI || i WM '#w «':^',,'-V ENCAMPMENT DATES. Team No. One.—T. A. Hickey, E, K. Meitzen, Covington Hall. Sweetwater, Friday and Satur day, Aug. 27 and 28. Lamesa. Auiinut 29, 30 and 31. NOTES FROM TEAM NO. 1. The encampment at Elcctra, Auk. 8, 9, 10 wu a success, eon sideling it was Uic first ever held in that city, and that it had tho i i * i I f 4 i M F | | 1 p 1 IS ! | i i • I i Ci ll I (Open), Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 4 and 5th. Newcawtlc, Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Sept 6, 7 and 8, Memphis, Thursday and Fri- day, Sept. 9 and 10. Seymour, Saturday*— Sunday and Monday, Sept. 11, 12, and 13. mi Team No. Two.—Dora Merts, W. S. Noble, Clarence Nugent: Bowie, Thursday, Friday, Sat- urday, August 20, 27, 28. Wayland, Su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 September 1915

3S 4-1 - i TA. HICK BY, Editor and Owns; 50c per Tear; club* of four of (40 weeks) 25c If this Number is oppoutt your name your sobseru tion expides next issue > ACTVil KEK READ FARM 1*9*9 of Ammo* In dub* of 4 ot year. In date of 4 weh. 3 yfr, tat f. f.&.ft'&l * 1'iwPS* AFMUB HAMLKTT8VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1915. Ml.sf Mu. I, 1ST*. 3§#§A;;St; m #J -I m Is' y \.r The Rebel is goiip- jo my tome pointed things about a band of - light robber* who are looting the people of the United States, and ialfy of the South, in Broad open daylight. These remarks are to be so pointed and *> blunt and will attacfc men of such high that if what we say is not true, then there is 410 justiee in __J States if the editor of this paper is not placed in the pen- rjf i^tid if what we say is true, then the biggeat buneh of graft- _ uyw „ulKH America should be swiftly put out of business by the people euritics would take in for example notes OF VIPERS they have robbed. whi«h provid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 September 1915

■ Pli mm fiJSHW 3® • S| | V> V m tig- -'-j.: cti sSSct '- ■- : fl'Sl- 'h^'- Jpllp */s ®§ ^3r ' ;~*rfr- -i—"*•;•• V;«:;--i Tif&lt-y '.-''A-v ,V\': ^ A . ' ' * .1 - *■ •.•/ - '■•; ;,. .;.' ,-.' ' ',, V, . fell / H!T& - ,.,-. ,-,. ;V. : :'" ' f K'ti I i ■ A tl ■ > ;; . - m i .6 I ( "f nj Mil f- >t j tf li K ; £ I ' I i I 'i I; i I 4 % # ]R l| lit it i ii —fc—i i i 11 Frisco railway system, stated in a rocerit address that in intent, from the farmers alone, the bankers take each year 1600,000,000, ri sum sufficient to build another Panama canal « • • The Rebel preaanta the above array of facta, and facts that art- known bo be facta by every well-informed man and woman in Am- erica, in support our statement that the bankers of America without exception are an organized band of uncommon daylight robbers who, garbed in a cloak of respectability, have seized both political parties, and through usury are plundering the American producers as no other pdbple have been plundere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 September 1915

' •*s. • _____ JPwr** w p - - "•"*v ■ ;v;. i , .v, -... .;:... <;w v- f ■ .- --■ ,/.-r■-.■■ ,■- . . : , •• .... • - • - ■ ■- -■■ . - . ' (Written for The Rebel by W. T. Flowers.) (Conclusion from last week.) -O- /\ v M, / II % M . . Ta.ke ,ho Democratic platform of 1912. You had nothing to '•fw, n i"? 8n^ 110 I10*1'*'1" to enforce its promises. I mean you erTKv rfit cotton producers. I doubt Seriously whether one of you in a.hundred ever saw or read a sentcnefc in it,"yet you voted under 8 .,*• not «*owihg what the flag stood for and if you h(id, vou could put no confidence in what it said or "stood for", for it 'ha* roken even- promise made to you since the enemy—Wall Street— captured the «ihip. | will give the first real, genuine cotton producer. . a citizen of either of the southern states, in the United States of America, a man wh0 plants, cultivates and picks cotton for a living, $10 that shows by good authority that he ever received anything for his loyalty ^to the Democrat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 September 1915

m > : V- mi — pmm Iff 11 ■I 1- ,,i ft Hi 1'T.l -.S •1 . \ If B 1 ! if 11 P 1 if is u If llpg 'INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ; C0JVM1.' J««t Wat'Tk* Ktport Of Tki Famous Commiwont Read Rebel and Find out i,-® , So many requests have come in for information as to the report of the Industrial Relations Com: m it tee, so many lying editorial* hav« been propagated by the daily press, so many honest errors have been made in diseussiona, that the Rebel proposes to make that re- port open td all men who wish TO KNOW THE TRUTH. The Commission had printed, ' and famished free, a PRESS AB- STRACT, IN THREE SEC- TIONS. These sections were re leased to the press on Aug. 23, Aug. 24, and Aug. 26. The first contained 48, the seoond 51, and the third 32 pages. They are each "of the report of Basil M. Manly, director of research and invest! Ration, containing findings of fact and recommendations of the staff. That this report may have the fullest publicity within the power of the Rebel to give, we make th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 September 1915

sls?sfe: ' ' M i mi ' J'S *Sg[3' .sif ■>...:• . V, •>.-. ,-v SflU HPICPMlliS S1 ,f,%{ * El -■• AC WE L**ou$ of A 50c per year. In clubs -on 25e each. 3 year, 1 '" T.A. HICK BY, Editor and Owner 50® per year; club* of four or mm (40 week*) 25c If tb Number is opposite _ . _ your name your tubacrip a 17 tion expides next issue HEAD Jaly I, • at Hall«tt - t Mar. I, l«7a at tk« HALLKTTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1915. ■ i - . #«i * As promised in last issue the Rebel will publish Sept 18, the preliminary report of the Industrial Relation's Committee in full. Rebel has the full Press abstracts of the findings of the eom- lission that has been accepted by the labor end of the commission, ely llr. Lennon, formerly representing the tailors, and Mr. 'Connell, ex-president of the International Machinists Union, and in B. Garretson, President of the Order of Railway Conductors, Mr. Walsh. It will be noted thrft Mis. J. Borden Harriman, a millionaire of New York who was suppose...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 September 1915

ill m wmm*?' -masssBammamamsm m i.ifn mm I ■<m Sr- If I B) II I I Sft :fg ■ II I J I II ; llu l| * I M •Sr^' If n ag y 1 ■ I 1 I ■ #, !i ! Bff M % The Next Step. '-.Jin,.; 7 1 1 "*' * ;t . 'The following article received the first prize ($10) out of 145 letters submitted to the '' Parmer and So- cialism" edition of the Southern Jfturalist.) (By J. B. Storie.) Socialism is not, as some people seem to think, a cut and dried theo- ry, hatched in Abe fevered brain of some fanatical foreigner. It is ev- olutionary in character and rests upon a historical, economic and scientific basis which offers the on- ly really rational solution of mod- ern economic and industrial pro blems. Karl Marx correctly stated more than half a century ago that: "In every historical epoch the prevail- ing mode of economic production and exchange, and the social or- ganizations necessarily following from it, forms a basis on which is built • • • political and intellect ual history of that epoch." When the to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 September 1915

'-.V \ W;-; , ' V~^- *=35 " : :#?®W \ —.4 S8SK/H| •P- v u- - Go After Your Con- gressman Now. GET BUSY! Remember that the Press Ab- stract as issued by the Commission w>H be printed in full and without additions or subtraction* by The Rebel. Any comments we may see fit to make, will be in other por- tions of the paper. Remember this includes the different reports of each section of the Committee it- self, and will give information the daily press has refused its read- ers. Therefore do not fail to ask democrats, republicans, progres- sives, prohibitionists, independ- ents, and all others, to take ad- vantage of this opportunity that has been denied them by their own newspaper?} (T). Subs, ii clubs or at the agitation price of 10 cents to cover the thirteen weeks that will be needed to reprint verba- tim, can be received at the Rebel Five Minute * ... Sermon. A \ A \J The Rebel publishes once again, last chance we will have, the _ ak demand that the Congress- men of Texas, and oth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 September 1915

ass pjllljl 1 , JPIB Arm mM II 1 I f t •| T | .J m 1 i m :■ A.;,' Office mi i0§^ | - T. A. HICKEY, State See. Hallettsville, Texas. ';."V- ;■■ :: :m ENCAMPMENT DATES. Team No. One.—T. A. Hickey, B. R. Meitzen, Covington Hall. Seymour, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Sept. 11, 12, and 13. Banger, Sept 14. (Open), likely Cisco, Sept. 15. Comanche, Sept 16." Likely pic- nic in eonncction. • • • Memberships at large are in- creasing in number, because of the poverty of the people on one hand, and the spread of this gospel of Socialism on the other. One new convert writes: "I have tried hard to get enough men to join with me to organise a local. I have hot failed because ther is not senti- ment and willingness is plenty, but because those who have the courage to join are unable by rea- son of poverty. There are many more with the sentiment who have the financial opportunity, but these lack the manliness because the bosses find excuses to dis- charge them as soon as they dare speak their con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 September 1915

^^y-r:^ 'm^mm¥'^% *■? 1RIIBPSR bs®1!^S?W?^KW •' •• • -. J. ■: '** •'■ : • \vW.r?-tPfiSlw■?•'.''"vV >' .-i'-^vri ■■■ ;•.--—■■•■■--:■■ •:-■ ' -p*: • -j ' \ ■"-' -l"■" . " .v\. '<- ": < > - , 4 ' *v ■' V - ' .•*.•;• ••_ . -*• •••'": ^;#' V;j.;X.-.^ sk"-<- V. i- . , V s-My -: :; ; , W9flteKMWW«J "X .'•V.- i • TOT' £L jut;-,. • • >•* / • ..,v>'--'-— -' A P"1^]!1.?!!!'*"1 "J'M * ' HMffl,1'' B ri 4 "*~ \ mmm mm An m THE REBEL MXMw> ACTUAL " MACE WEEE- Lm§m of Awsniss. 50c per year. In sHiIni of 4 or M A™Aa •"« *® «■ mm moauu wi aab ok ana - ur ob : : -" ;;'^;tiiB >si: if. §2l| 1 ' J TX HIOOT, Bdttor a*d Ow~r M 60* ptr W rj stabs of four or■■, mm (40 weeks) 26c If thi Number is oppoBU . your name your subserip 218 tion expires next tame ■ !i m S«<f Mar, I, HALLSTT8YILLK, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,1915. r;tl Radical, The Rebel believes that the tins has come when the Socialist* i 'he South in general, and of Texas and Oklahoma in particular, bould take the m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 September 1915

Hi./-,! I I If ^Ara&iLt- h FIRST INSTALLMENT. United State, from encroachment —— by the Federal and State govern- tm Abstract of Fiat Soction. """f «nd * Pn te individual., at Report Of Baail It Manly con- "f1 oonmMidations of the Stiff. Ad- Tf^^UJ^ — O-Cmndl and Ao*in B. <W* Z Bepon of ComnUarioner John &'"#*^2 *?* "* Commr-na, adopted in fall by Com- < H J SKLJT^SIjv ntokme/Plorenco J. Hairiman, ,e,^0,", "ld ,,)liuM' to ,pMd* alid in part by Aishtmi, Ballard and Weinstock. . ., . Also Supplemental Report of< unutual punishments. Commissioners Aishton,Ballard 2. That Congress immediately sod Woinstock, representing the enact, by statute or, if deemed ne- Pablic trial, to freedom from ex- Comraiaalonan bail. and bom cruel and ployers. i constitutional HIRHNHIHRHHP8 pessary, initiate a For the Convenience of Editors amondment specifically prohibit- tho following Summary of Recotn- ing the" courts from declaring le- mpnd^tions contained in the first jrislative acts un...

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