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The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 26.

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

48 THE CLASS STRUGGLE coalition cabinet as their victory, and in some socialist quarters of the United States it was considered a victory for socialism.
It was of course neither of the two, it was a hard blow to socialism, to the socialist movement of the world. True, one more coalition cabinet ...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 27.

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

50 THE CLASS STRUGGLE ess of differentiation of social groups and economic interests.
Thus ended the spring days of the revolution. Not only the bourgeoisie and large land owners but also the well to do peasants and later a part of the Cossacks, who were well provided with land even under the go...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 49.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: septiembre-octubre de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 49

94 THE CLASS STRUGGLE Current Affairs The Pope Proposal and Wilson Reply The Pope peace proposal and President Wilson reply thereto each present a very clever move in the peace game now being played as a part of the war game. As time goes on it becomes increasingly apparent that this war is to b...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 55.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: septiembre-octubre de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 55

106 THE CLASS STRUGGLE And then the Crown Prince spoke. And :he said: My father hath chastised you with whips, but will chastise you with scorpions. He gave you Bethmann Hollweg; but will give you Michaelis.
And the German people accepted Miohaelis from the hands of the military clique, headed b...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 56.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: septiembre-octubre de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 56

108 THE CLASS STRUGGLE Discussion Boudin Policy in Peace and War More deliberately than in his Socialism and War, Boudin accentuates his stand on war in a recent article, Socialist Policy in Peace and War, in the second issue of the Class Struggle. It is worth while to analyze his stand more clo...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 57.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: septiembre-octubre de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 57

110 THE CLASS STRUGGLE by recent historic developments. In his article, Socialist Policy in Peace and War, he devotes two pages to what he calls the Socialistic stand on war policy, and the shortness of this part makes its inconsistency all the more clear. The Socialist, according to Boudin, doe...

The Class Struggle, noviembre-diciembre de 1917, p. 23.

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

42 THE CLASS STRUGGLE appropriation of 3, 281, 094, 541. 60 for Army and Navy expenditures arising out of the war. But this insignificant sum of more than three and a quarter billion dollars was a comparatively small item, for the same law granted to the President immense powers which included a m...

The Class Struggle, noviembre-diciembre de 1917, p. 24.

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

44 THE CLASS STRUGGLE everything in its power and a little more to make autocracy and reaction the dominant factor in this country. It talked about the liberties that must be preserved and then acted in exactly the opposite direction. It is a remarkable fact, indeed, that the Senate was doing far...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 30.

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

56 THE CLASS STRUGGLE greatest economic change made by the Russian revolution. Other economic changes, the entire abolition of private property, the establishment of the co operative commonwealth will come with the next revolution.
57 Labor and Democracy By lows Puma The deeds of the government ...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 31.

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

58 THE CLASS STRUGGLE of Socialism and unionism intermingled. And to cap the climax of absurdity, a resolution demanding for small nationalities the right to live their own lives on their own soil and to develop their own culture concluded with a declaration in favor of a Zionist state the e est...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 32.

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

60 THE CLASS STRUGGLE formerly bitter critics of the of acquiesced in every single reactionary action. The disgusting level to which these renegades stooped may be seen in the pledge which they and every other delegate had to sign. The undersigned hereby affirm that it is the duty of all the peop...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 33.

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

62 THE CLASS STRUGGLE accept revolutionary action, and the conservatism of which, moreover, is strengthened by the party bureaucrats dominant in its management.
The People Council is being used by the Socialist Party officials to make votes for the. party. This may succeed, tem porarily, but its u...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 34.

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

64 THE CLASS STRUGGLE do not attribute this to the ill will of individuals. Individuals have made mistakes. The great tragedy lay in the labor movement itself, lay in the supremacy that the bureaucratic machine of this labor movement has won over the future aims and interests of the proletariat....

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 35.

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

66 THE CLASS STRUGGLE solutism has destroyed all parliamentary means, also by force to be conducted by the masses. Today, as ever, maintain that mass action must be, and is, decisive, and that my act has been nothing but a modest individual act, not to take the place of mass action, not even to ...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 36.

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

66 THE CLASS STRUGGLE Now will tell you what it was that particularly worked upon me. During the investigation spoke openly and at some length. Here may confine my remarks to things that are already proven, occurrences that may be read in the papers, that have become notorious. will speak only of...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 37.

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

70 THE CLASS STRUGGLE intensified just at this time by very depressing experiences within the party. Above all, the general political situation, failing as it did to give even the slightest gleam of hope for peace, afiected me terribly. Hopelessly looked forward to the 5th of November to the expe...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 38.

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

72 THE CLASS STRUGGLE Recent Development of Capitalism in Japan By KATAYAMA Japan is a snug home of modern capitalism. The government of Japan has been very eager to make it so. It helped capitalism to grow, politically and financially, in every possible manner.
Originally the government of moder...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 39.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: septiembre-octubre de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 39

24 THE CLASS STRUGGLE car tickets bought singly. If, however, they are bought 100 at a time, an expenditure out of the question for the poor, there is a tax of but sen (254c) on the whole. And in the government railroad, discrimination in favor of the rich is still more marked.
There is a tax o...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 40.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: septiembre-octubre de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 40

76 THE CLASS STRUGGLE then the government and its capitalists have decided to raise the sugar supply for the entire country in Formosa, and proceeded to establish sugar companies under very high protection. In the early stage of the industry the government supplied, freely, seeds, machines for ...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 41.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: septiembre-octubre de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 41

78 THE CLASS STRUGGLE In the 90 the former had become comparatively prosperous.
To day there is no labor organization by means of which the workers may resist the brutal exploitation of their master class.
Obviously legal protection and favoritism from the government are of little value to the c...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 42.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: septiembre-octubre de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 42

80 THE CLASS STRUGGLE About five years ago the government increased the salaries of all civil officials and military officers by 25 per cent, and a new increase is again being contemplated. Last year the pensions paid out to the members of this class amounted to an aggregate sum of 17, 930, 000. T...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 43.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: septiembre-octubre de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 43

82 THE CLASS STRUGGLE and willfully permits the capitalist class to exploit working girls and children heartlessly and cruelly. want to see the autocratic imperialism destroyed, once and for all time, in Japan, as in Germany, for the liberation of the unhappy toiling millions. know that the armed...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 44.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: septiembre-octubre de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 44

84 THE CLASS STRUGGLE masses an understanding of those terms that will make them active agents for good in the liberalization of the world. am a simple man and always fall for a plausible argument. was enchanted with Lippmann and felt that, in spite of himself, he was still almost a Socialist. A...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 45.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: septiembre-octubre de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 45

86 THE CLASS STRUGGLE considers study and research a waste of time has disposed of any further relations with Marx and his kind.
But Scheidemann is absolutely consistent in the position he has taken. The practical system of politics really has nothing in common with our Old Masters. But the pract...

The Class Struggle, septiembre-octubre de 1917, p. 46.

Nombre: The Class Struggle Fecha: septiembre-octubre de 1917 Lugar: New York, Estados Unidos Editor: Socialist Publication Society Página: 46

88 THE CLASS STRUGGLE of the German people and the greatness of the German dynasties are two things that to me are as far apart as the north and the south pole.
Neither was this simply stated in the heat of controversy, for it was a fundamental, not to say the fundamental, principle of Lassalle ...