1910s

9. "I had a little bird..." Bolshevism and the 'Flu

The largest, quickest, and most devastating pandemic in all of human history was the influenza epidemic whose first of three waves began in Kansas in March 1918, and recurred in ever widening and more mortal forms in the autumn and the winter. Yet, this epidemic is distinguished from others by a second reason, the historical amnesia - a virtual blackout of memory - that has greeted it in subsequent generations. Its historian summarizes: "Nothing else - no infection, no war, no famine - has ever killed so many in as short a period. And yet it has never inspired awe."

Anarcho-syndicalism and the sexual reform movement in the Weimar Republic

A paper by Dieter Nelles on how anarcho-syndicalists in Weimar Germany campaigned for the legalisation of abortion, helped women get illegal abortions and educated women on birth control.

The Passing of Parliament - Monty Miller

A letter by Monty Miller criticising the newspaper International Socialist for its support of the Australian Socialist Party electoral campaigns and its criticism of direct action.

Socialist Party of Canada Western Clarion Literature for sale

Socialist Party of Canada Western Clarion Literature for sale

Socialist Party of Canada Western Clarion Literature for sale by the Dominion Executive Committee

The Way to Power

The Way to Power, 1913 pamphlet from the Socialist Party of Canada by J. B. Osborne

Havana hub: Cuban anarchism, radical media and the trans-Caribbean anarchist network, 1902-1915

Kirwin Shaffer's article exploring the role the Havana-based weekly anarchist newspaper ¡Tierra! had in forging both a Cuban-wide and larger Caribbean-wide anarchist network from 1902-1915.

No Compromise - No Political Trading: The Marxian Socialist Tradition in British Columbia Family Tree

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No Compromise - No Political Trading: The Marxian Socialist Tradition in British Columbia Family Tree