It is well known that in Britain there are two workers’ parties: the British Socialist Party, as the Social-Democrats now call themselves, and the so-c…
The miners’ strike was the outstanding event of the past year. While the railway strike in 1911 showed the “new spirit” of the British workers, the min…
The British labour press is continuing its interesting and instructive campaign of exposure revealing how the syndicates of internationally associated …
Deputy Shingaryov, one of the most prominent Cadets,recently delivered a lecture in St. Petersburg on “The New Duma and Old Problems”, a lively, intere…
Part 9: The Critique of Imperialism
Constitutional illusions are what we call a political error when people believe in the existence of a normal, juridical, orderly and legalised—in short…
On Saturday, October 11 (September 28, O.S.), the British Liberal Minister, Lloyd George, opened his “Land Campaign “in two “brilliant” speeches delive…
“The progressive press was unanimous in expressing its profound condolence over the heavy loss sustained by Russia in the death of Count P. A. Heyden. …
The papers are full of news about the preparations for the elections. Almost every day we are informed either of a new government “interpretation” stri…
Recently the French magazine La Revue scientifique[1] published data on the production of margarine in various countries. Those data were an additional…
Whose Who Karl Kautsky - Head of the German Social Democratic Party. Lenin does not like him at all (to say the least) Alexandr Kolchak - Juan Guaido o…
After World War I, I made my living in Paris, now as a retoucher at a photographer’s, now as painter of “Chinese antiquities” (made in France!). I woul…