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The Workers' Council, 1 April, 1921, p. 1.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 1

The Workers Council e wYo Apr ill, 1921.
The Commune: Half a Century of Struggle: 1871 1921 Russia Triumph Home for the Politically Homeless Accepting the Third International Place in the Sun The Workers Council TEN CENTS COPY 50AYEA11 nl Woxxms Comicm, an organ or the Third International, publis...

The Workers' Council, 1 April, 1921, p. 2.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 2

The Workers Council :01. New York, April 1, 1921. No.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Page The Workers Council. A Place in the Sun. A Bitter Lesson. Russia Triumph. Gompera and Hillquit. England and America in Struggle for World Domination. A Home for the Politically Homeless. Accepting the Third (A Telegram....

The Workers' Council, 1 April, 1921, p. 3.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 3

THE WORKERS COUNCIL ity of an expression of public opinion has passed.
It has been possible, in this great democracy of ours, for a few men to place the entire nation in a. position where war is inevitable, to adopt a course that can be maintained only by the abnegation of every free principle o...

The Workers' Council, 1 April, 1921, p. 4.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 4

THE WORKERS COUNCIL APRIL 1, 1921.
Gompers and Hillquit On February 8th, 1921, the Hillquit report urging the severance of all international Socialist relations was adopted by the Central Commrttee of Local New York.
On March the 8th, 1921 Gompers cabled to the International Federation of, Trade...

The Workers' Council, 1 April, 1921, p. 5.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 5

THE WORKERS COUNCIL of the world are urged to organize loosely with autonomy, etc. In this way, presumably, they will be best fitted to meet the solid ranks of the Imperialist nations ready at any moment to clamp an air tight blockade against any Somalist revolution. The miserable failure of the ...

The Workers' Council, 1 April, 1921, p. 6.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 6

10 THE WORK ERS COUNCIL APRIL 1, 1921. and the Third International, decided at least. in part in favor of the reformist leaders and against the Communist International. The fact tiiat the workers who stand behind Serrati are firmly convinced that they have nevertheless remained true to the Commun...

The Workers' Council, 1 April, 1921, p. 7.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 7

12 THE WORKERS COUNCIL APRIL 1, 1921.
before they consummated the Capitalist transformation. We should still be in the Stone Age if Hodge always had his way. Mr. Hyndman, steadily intellectual as a historian at long range, is (being human) prejudiced as a current politician.
During the war he wa...

The Workers' Council, 1 April, 1921, p. 8.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 8

14 THE VOR KERS COUNCIL APRIL 1921.
Within the ranks of the French workers during the sixties, three opposing groups struggled for supremacy. There were the adherents of Blanqui, the adherents of Proudhon, and the adherents of the International Association of Workers, the First International. Wh...

The Workers' Council, 1 April, 1921, p. 9.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 9

16 THE WORKERS COUNCIL APRIL 1, perience good tactics in the matter of propo nda does not consist in turning awa from your a versary a few persons or some of his members, but to act upon the great masses which are still indifferent.
One single new force which is brought forth from nothing is wor...

The Workers' Council, 15 April, 1921, p. 1.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 15 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 1

16 THE WORKERS COUNCIL APRIL 1, perience good tactics in the matter of propo nda does not consist in turning awa from your a versary a few persons or some of his members, but to act upon the great masses which are still indifferent.
One single new force which is brought forth from nothing is wor...

The Workers' Council, 15 April, 1921, p. 2.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 15 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 2

The Workers Council Vol. New York, April 15, 1921. No.
of government which had the appearance of a dem. ocracy, but which would prevent an possible inTABLE OF CONTENTS roads on property. He succeeded far etter than he Page could ever have realized.
The Task Before Us. 18 Today the United States ...

The Workers' Council, 15 April, 1921, p. 3.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 15 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 3

20 THE WORKERS COUNCIL Am 15, 1921. ing of the principles of Socialism. Large sec tions of its membership and following were frequently found voting for Hearst an municipal ownershi one year, oosevelt and social justice the next, son and peace in 1916 and anything to beat Wilson in 1920.
Durin t...

The Workers' Council, 15 April, 1921, p. 4.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 15 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 4

22 THE WORKERS COUNCIL Wing Manifesto, which states that the use of vio lance on the part of the possessing class in holding down the expropriated workers was forcing the latter to adopt similar means to free themselves from capitalist oppression. The doctrines advocated are. a menace, and it be...

The Workers' Council, 15 April, 1921, p. 5.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 15 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 5

24 THE WORKERS COUNCIL APRIL 15, 1921.
labor eat out of our hand the process of unemployment and starvation. 50 our statesmen at Washington and Wall Street care about the fact that even in the most prosperous ear of our blessed prrosperity 1918, 37 per cent families in New ork and Chicago are ob...

The Workers' Council, 15 April, 1921, p. 6.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 15 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 6

26 THE WORKERS COUNCIL certain principles or tactics, as proposed by the Third International, should be carried on within the International, and not from without. The Sm cialist Party of the United States must, therefore, give its wholehearted support to the Third International and must arrange ...

The Workers' Council, 15 April, 1921, p. 7.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 15 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 7

28 THE WORKERS COUNCIL APRIL 15, 1921.
counted upon the gratitude of the bourgeoisie in return for their sacrifices and their sufferings, had hoped that now, when once the war was over an era of peace, brotherliness and democrac would set in, In the Victorious nations not the pro etarian revoluti...

The Workers' Council, 15 April, 1921, p. 8.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 15 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 8

30 THE WORKERS COUNCIL at the. abolition of the pawn shops themselves, which were in opposition to the right of the worker to the instruments of labor and to credit. The liquidation of the pawn sho was to be followed by the regulation of unemp oyment. The victims of the war,. and the needy and h...

The Workers' Council, 15 April, 1921, p. 9.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 15 April, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 9

32 THE WORKERS COUNCIL APRIL 15, 1921.
Communist International NEXT CONGRESS OF THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL The Executive Committee of the Communist International has decided to convene the 3rd Congress of the Third Communist International on the 1st of June 1921.
The Executive Committee of the Comm...

The Workers' Council, 1 May, 1921, p. 1.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 May, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 1

32 THE WORKERS COUNCIL APRIL 15, 1921.
Communist International NEXT CONGRESS OF THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL The Executive Committee of the Communist International has decided to convene the 3rd Congress of the Third Communist International on the 1st of June 1921.
The Executive Committee of the Comm...

The Workers' Council, 1 May, 1921, p. 2.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 May, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 2

The Workers Council Vol. New York, May 1, 1921 No. TABLE OF CONTENTS Page The New First of May. 34 The Treason of the Triple Alliance. 34 The Great Virtue of Frankness. 36 Peonage. 37 The Lusk Bills. 38 New Policy Toward the Peasants. 39 Towards Clarity. 42 Significance of the Order of the Red Fl...

The Workers' Council, 1 May, 1921, p. 3.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 May, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 3

36 THE WORKERS COUNCIL MAY 1, 1921 recognition of their services they received the congratulations of the Prime Minister.
The miners are determined to continue their strike in spite of their desertion; If their ranks hold firm, they will win the strike in the end, for many industries are already ...

The Workers' Council, 1 May, 1921, p. 4.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 May, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 4

38 THE WORKERS COUNCIL MAY 1, 1921 masses rests upon the private ownership of social wealth, such as land, manufacturing enterprises, transportation facilities, distributing mediums, etc.
Through the private ownership of these social necessities the property owning classes, backed With all the p...

The Workers' Council, 1 May, 1921, p. 5.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 May, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 5

40 THE WORKERS COUNCIL MAY 1, 1921 point out the main features of this departure. What will be adopted at the Congress will become the law of the Republic. The question must be settled and the peasants must be notified immediately.
Our entire apparatus must be employed to carry it through into li...

The Workers' Council, 1 May, 1921, p. 6.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 May, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 6

42 THE WORKERS COUNCIL MAY 1, 1921 TOWARDS CLARITY Plea for the Proletarian Party ByJonN. Almost two years have passed since the big split 1n the Socialist Party that brought into existence other parties claiming to be worthy of the support of the laboring masses. In looking over this period one...

The Workers' Council, 1 May, 1921, p. 7.

Name: The Workers' Council Date: 1 May, 1921 Place: New York, United States Publisher: Internacional Educational Associ... Page: 7

44 THE WORKERS COUNCIL MAY 1, 1921 Democracy Re Analyzed By SAMUEL The French revolution set men hearts on fire with a passion for political emancipation emancipation from the tyranny of the absolute state. The industrial revolution was only in its infancy. Men were possessed of an almost fanatic...