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The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 1.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: septiembre-octubre de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 1

5ch Devoted to International Socialism 55 Vol. SEPT EMBER OCI OBER, 1917 No. The New Labor Movement of the West By AUSTIN LEWIS Socialist Terms of Peace By BOUDIN The Russian Revolution and Its Problems By KOLG IIN Recent Development of Capitalism in Japan 813. KATAYAMA Our Old Masters and Their...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 2.

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THE CLASS STRUGGLE Vol. SEPTEMBER OCTOBER. I917 No. CONTENTS P09 The New Labor Movement of the West.
By Austin Lewis. l0 Sod lit Terms of Peace.
By Boudm. ll 39 The Russian. Revolution and lit Problems.
ByMorrisKolchin. 40 56 labor and Democracy.
BylouiuC. Frsina. 57 62 Income! Friedrich Adler A...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 3.

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THE CLASS STRUGGLE There was a greathall capable of holding a thousand people comfortably. At one end of the hall was a rail and counter which separated the oflice from the hall, and in the office were seven desks, each of which represented a separate industrial unionconstruction workers, agricult...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 4.

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THE CLASS STRUGGLE and an which has gained immeasurably in the public estimation as a result. This is cited beCausc as a single isolated instance it contains all the elements of the present situation throughout the entire West. The stars in their courses appear to fight for the organization and e...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 5.

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THE CLASS STRUGGLE that is bound to react against them in the long run and which has already had the effect of immensely stimulating and increasing the tendency toward the new organization. As far as provoking the workers to resistance of a nature which would lead them to the employment of weapo...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 6.

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THE CLASS STRUGGLE did they do? The facts are perhaps most concisely stated in the following words. Into houses they went, into bedrooms. They dragged men out, many from wives and children, many half dressed and some in pajamas. If a wife protested or asked to be allowed to say farewell, she was...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 7.

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10 THE CLASS STRUGGLE there has been a constant insistence by the laborers upon conditions, which has very materially improved the status of the worker on the farm. Here and there small groups have been claiming better pay and more human conditions of labor and notch by notch the standard is bei...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 8.

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12 THE CLASS STRUGGLE and the results which are likely to follow in its wake. Our Civil War was a proper war on the part of the North, and worth all the sacrifices which it entailed although all that the South asked was to be let alone and freedom from interference in her domestic afiairs. Karl Ma...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 9.

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14 THE CLASS STRUGGLE Russian Revolution was willing to construct its peace program; and its real significance lay in the act of renunciation which it contained the renunciation by Russia of any designs of conquest, and particularly the waiver of its claim to Constantinople.
The principles thus a...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 10.

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16 THE CLASS STRUGGLE would consent to it so long as she has any power of resistance left in here. Shall we, then, limit the operation of this principle so as to make it acceptable to Germany? If so, just what shall be included therein, and what excluded therefrom?
The more we examine the questi...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 11.

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18 THE CLASS STRUGGLE This brings us to a consideration of the question of power generally, as a problem in the elaboration of proper terms of peace. The problem, which is one of fundamental importance, is this: peace that would seriously impair Germany military power could only be obtained unde...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 12.

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20 THE CLASS STRUGGLE merely an armistice between the present and the next war.
Militaristic Germany and for reasons shown further below most Germany is militaristic openly speaks even now of the next war in which she will obtain all her objects. And this talk is not to be ignored: for there is ...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 13.

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22 THE CLASS STRUGGLE that is the basis of the human nature theory of war. Nor is there any possibility of German nature undergoing any change in the near future at least not according to the propounders oi the German nature theory of war. Nor is there any reasonable expectation of capitalism be...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 14.

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24 THE CLASS STRUGGLE nevertheless a great mistake to identify the two without further ado. For the purposes of the two are essentially different. The purposes of German Militarism under Bismarck were, primarily, to create and preserve German Unity under Prussian hegemony; and viewed from the br...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 15.

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26 THE CLASS STRUGGLE policy, encouraging France in the acquisition of colonies, while keeping Germany out of colonial adventures.
It is now commonly said that Germany has been preparing for the present war for forty four years, that is, since the conclusion of the Franco Prussian war. This stat...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 16.

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28 THE CLASS STRUGGLE real navy, that is, a navy which means sea power, must have points of support commensurate to its size, it its size is to count. It must have a large sea coast at home, and supply bases, coaling stations, etc. in all parts of the globe.
In other words, in order that she may...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 17.

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30 THE CLASS STRUGGLE of change by growth; and any arrangement which will leave change possible will not be secure either from Germany point of view or from that of her opponents. Germany surely will not consent to any peace that will not secure to her at least all that she gets, on this settlem...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 18.

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32 THE CLASS STRUGGLE Nothing less will do. And the thing must be adopted in its entirety, or not at all. At least as far as disarmament is concerned. And it must be done now, at the end of this war, if there is to be no next one.
The practical man, particularly of the negotiator kind, will obje...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 19.

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34 THE CLASS STRUGGLE the other, or of diplomatic negotiations intended to give each side a breathing spell so as to recuperate for a resumption of the struggle.
No such difficulties attend complete disarmament. The peaceful nations cannot possibly be the losers by the disarmament of the disturbe...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 20.

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36 THE CLASS STRUGGLE to have a navy the seas being considered international domain along with the undeveloped territories. These are matters of detail, however. Important in themselves, but not hearing directly on our problem of securing permanent peace. This will be assured when armed force an...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 21.

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38 THE CLASS STRUGGLE In explanation of Germany course during the Austro Serbian crisis which led to the present war, the German Emperor stated that the Serbian nationalist propaganda threatened to so weaken the Austrian Empire (militarily) that she would have been of no use to Germany as an all...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 22.

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40 THE CLASS STRUGGLE The Russian Revolution and its Problems By Mourns Kowurn The failure of the Russian Revolution of 1905 and of the revolutionary movement was brought about by a combination of forces. The bourgeoisie, hoping to obtain a home market and the freedom to organize that market, ha...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 23.

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42 THE CLASS STRUGGLE and the conflict remained unsettled, the needs unsatisfied. To be sure, great changes were made, important reforms introduced.
The dissolution of the peasant communities, the division of community lands and the sale of a great number of nobility estates through the governmen...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 24.

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44 THE CLASS STRUGGLE True, this opposition of the bourgeoisie was rather of a harmless nature, for it was also in opposition to any non parliamen tary steps, but it isolated the autocracy completely. It gave aid and comfort to the working class who remained as revolutionary during the war as it...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 25.

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46 THE CLASS STRUGGLE All these days the Duma Committee was irresolute, for the members of the committee realized that the council was the real power, that the council and not the committee had the masses behind it. True, the committee did appoint commissions to look after the various government...