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The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 14.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 14

24 THE CLASS STRUGGLE of the workers which is their only hope of emancipation. The workers cannot, therefore, make common cause with their own capitalists in any such industrial struggle, and must not participate in the same.
So much for the class struggle point of view in so far as it is shared...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 15.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 15

26 THE CLASS STRUGGLE improved even while we are fighting for its transformation.
He also believes that it may be made much worse than it is, and that the fight against its going backward is a necessary part of the endeavor to push it forward. Furthermore, he believes that the classes or groups wh...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 16.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 16

28 THE CLASS STRUGGLE quarrels of the capitalist class and, therefore, matters of supreme indifference to the working class. The Socialist agrees with the anarchist that the entire matter is a capitalist family quarrel. He therefore agrees with the anarchist that the workers who understand their ...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 17.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 17

30 THE CLASS STRUGGLE from the industry to the economic entity called the nation.
Mind you, not the racial or cultural nation, but the economic one. Or, to be more exact, it is not a question of the nation at all, but of the political entity, the state, representing an economic entity co extensi...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 18.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 18

32 THE CLASS STRUGGLE of the workers within these difierent countries will be intimately connected with the prosperity of their respective countries, and so long will the workers of the different countries be reduced to the unfortunate necessity of fighting each other for the interests of their ma...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 19.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 19

34 THE CLASS STRUGGLE This circumstance the possibility of a crushing defeat of one of the parties to the struggle is a controlling consideration with the Socialist. So much so that his sympathies in the struggle usually depend on the condition of the war map, being usually with whoever may be th...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 20.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 20

36 THE CLASS STRUGGLE War Legislature By Josun WHITEEORN Sedans: Member or State Asoembly To the reader of the capitalist press the doings of the State Legislature at Albany have always seemed of small significance.
While the bills and measures that come before the National (Congress are spread ov...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 21.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 21

L 38 THE CLASS STRUGGLE Those who believe that there is any difierence between the two old parties live in dreamland. No such difference was discernible, even in broad daylight, while one watched the Legislature at work.
It was the most usual thing, an ordinary matter of course oc currence for the...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 22.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 22

40 THE CLASS STRUGGLE ing to PEACE times. Who these domestic enemies are we need not guess very long.
The Governor was also authorized to take a census of the military resources of the State. What the Governor has done in exercising that authority, the people of this State have by this time learn...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 23.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 23

42 THE CLASS STRUGGLE Mr. Whitman, who will most probably seek to be again elected Governor, in order to obtain the Republican. nomination. for President in 1920, was too scared to sign this bill. His political ambitions saved the day for the workers of the State, temporarily.
But not all the la...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 24.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 24

44 THE CLASS STRUGGLE to Thirty five Hundred Dollars a year, and while the Borough Presidents were raised from Five Thousand and Seventy five Hundred Dollars a year to Ten Thousand Dollars per annum the Street Cleaners were allowed to get along as best they may upon their old wages.
The instances ...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 25.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 25

46 THE CLASS STRUGGLE and vested rights. That the writer had neither the authority nor the desire to represent such interests. That he represented but human souls, that he was contending but for the rights of human beings, therefore he required all of the twenty minutes given to his side. The fu...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 26.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 26

48 THE CLASS STRUGGLE Acute collapse at the outbreak of the great conflict resulting in the close of the Stock Exchange. Specific causes were. a) The similar collapse of other exchanges closely interrelated with New York so that liquidation in London and Paris also produced liquidation here. b) Co...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 27.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 27

50 THE CLASS STRUGGLE It is not impossible, on the other hand, for a government to tend away from political functions. When the Brazilian government supervises the storing and marketing of coffee, or when the government furnishes crop estimates and forecasts that have a trade value, etc. etc, it...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 28.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 28

52 THE CLASS STRUGGLE whereas we have always been and still are the custodians of personal and political liberty to a far greater extent than can be appreciated by the other less fortunate peoples. The correctness or incorrectness of this view must have a very material bearing on all that is to ...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 29.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 29

THE CLASS STRUGGLE no antagonisms and if it took care of all by satisfying the inter ests and needs of each, then law and order would be inherent in the harmony of industry. The co ordinated action of the various industrial spheres would be about the extent of government required.
However, indus...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 30.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 30

56 THE CLASS STRUGGLE That is the situation in America to day, the same as in other nations, because irrespective of past differences, the present essentials are identical in all advanced countries. And we, like they, are developing physical force as a means of making our capital and our capital...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 31.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 31

58 THE CLASS STRUGGLE to foreign parts, it might be peace by revolution at home instead.
Our ruling class was not insincere, and it did not make a mistake in declaring war the rest of the country did.
Also, it merely proves again, and once and for all, that war is the work of imperialism and not ...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 32.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 32

60 THE CLASS STRUGGLE should be abhorrent to any one under thirty. The youthful reactionary appears to me abnormal and loathsome.
But while we need not be ashamed of our romanticism, we must none the less admit that it is a most deceptive refracting medium through which to observe facts.
Most of...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 33.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 33

62 THE CLASS STRUGGLE When we come to America we constantly talk and write as though American Socialists had the power to affect appreciably the foreign policy of the United States. The first step to right reasoning is to admit that in this domain we are almost if not quite negligible. This may no...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 34.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 34

64 THE CLASS STRUGGLE Idevelop chauvinistic Imperialism. cannot here repeat Bou din convincing argument at length. It may, however, be briefly epitomized rthus: Hats, shoes and caliooes can be sold under any old flag. Steel rails, steel ships, steam engines and structural iron tend rather to follow...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 35.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 35

66 THE CLASS STRUGGLE them of Guesd e in France, Hyndman in England and De Leon here?
But aside from this economic reason there are certain special circumstances in the history of the German peoples which made the German army a special danger to freedom and democracy.
The (people of northern Euro...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 36.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 36

68 THE CLASS STRUGGLE Why the anarchistic tendency of the race has died out in Germany is one of the great mysteries of history. do not myself believe it is dead. think it merely suffering a transrtory obscuration or eclipse. believe that deep down in the subconscious depths of the wonderful Ger...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 37.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 37

70 THE CLASS STRUGGLE There is even less political democracy in Austria Hungary than in Germany. It was thus long since obvious to those who were willing to cast aside romanticism and face facts that the German anmy was the ONE great menace to peaoe, to civilization, to progress and to those fre...

The Class Struggle, julio-agosto de 1917, p. 38.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: julio-agosto de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 38

72 THE CLASS STRUGGLE were admonished not to disapprove of it on the plea of neutrality. When Germany inaugurated a peace propaganda in this country our party entered upon a peace agitation which was not essentially different in character from that of Germany ofii cial and unofficial representativ...