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FIGHT TO THE DEATH IN KANSAS CITY!
Free Speech At All Costs! ( Report fr'e' "on 'e of the New Orlealns hunch. ") D)ear VOIt'E--The litth, baud of releIs which started fri mn New ()rleauns ha.l arrived on the scene of ait ion with ,only oine defection alnd with one new re irnit enrllhed oin lth wiay. 'hi. iusual vicissitudes .. a, t hlimboi Irip were "eniun t.rtedi and tlin. .joil'tiney wins soiili'whatt. delayed by a , p,,ll' ite Nlllllllalr? " "ylid 'iltn g" i" is iiated Ip lhl''s. \1 Yvi.rthilI,'s".. s ilte "". ilienl.tigtlil'elnt tollid hl drawni as4 Ito thie pl'.vrt;'tss vft thy, iton',etinel t inn tnlle Soln I vy filte tait t'hat dlll ll itt' tie' I lvtra trlil of1 the Liisiani s tilliler .11elt \w v fr,1ietitll k i-alli, ita l e'il tollleta t witlh liv'ei rbelsl ant, Ihl r,. s,.entile- to . a i'lg . 'ane all n , awakening of revola .tiona i ieeliL? ' inl that se'cti,,4 . At iMelville'. on ' nour alrriva l at Ithe ".ungles" whither we repairie to l pr lake ,,' "i j'.i;." we uil, T'ent, or "Spike.," Mioore and lia othl r hrebel, i ll l 4Si llnt Ih. I n.\le,\raull ria %%l- p' aid a; i vi.iit tieo Socty. .layv Snilth,. 1h1,1 %. founcl id to l 14 I. veriable (h11 l11" fI'M tlhe' .1aded rivolutini,ist; bubbling ove,,r i w ithl r. ebellious tfervr and lost,s.uin ;i1 arsenal of dhael.\ tacti's with whidh to hrin ;.' l.bolt the .overthrow ,' of ,l oltherlll plunder bund. lThe bhys. : il un.snl. ('ity were very glad it greet nti·: rlunt iare s,'I' w ddnh.I h,'ere itt Vi l It t atrrivial of millr little hand helped ito inspire tihe ighters. heih tl, Ithe inside anll outside ofii the .jail. with netw c-unrage. T''lh, rt has been venry little i halnge in lthe sitat ion. The city anthoritie-s are hondinlitg u and ilthn rebels are. e-qually n dog i'dil. The hiunired meni'n in .jail a're stic'k ing sl lelit illy l sliti ti'he ro'tte' eionnditions arl the' I'eelint: is tlhant t Inhe i tiht lrinet lr ght to ann in sti shorty' it' only en'olgh nen eui anuld re unds are forthl e in g. Inl Snndal;v. -the 15th.. lthre.' soalº-lIexers left tihe t itn fi,,r i lnpl in assitnied territories to raise fumis ain to secure ri'-rnl its. 'Ti's llhas dpleited, still moll re thei nnlnulih el no;en availadhi for jail service.t, i ut was neies sary oi.\r to the slowness with which lonations have ,el!e coifing ill. 'T'lhe tigiteris here do nolt niece'ssa.rily fee', l themselives h,.lin l tiln it111i se f inly the lt a'tiie s ,e'n ploye, ll inn prev ins fr'ee' sp'e'n fights but will nse e,'very possible menun in halJrass the enmy andl deInm ralize thnle r It'tree-s. An expert .jnungle ieook is on the job in tihet' hall. supplpying the nteds of all rebels w'ho volunteer for setrvice and there is no dearth of blankets and other iloplning nmaterial. iMoney, however, is badly neelded f'r t'w i eonnissarist and for the prlovision of tobee't'l o, tlln' men, in jail and also for agitation purposes. It is lip to the nmemtbers who are not suffering fronm the ani t, renmedy this deficieney. .\'so f.Illow-werkers. tihe crying need is for MEN! \With ai sntflii'nit numnier of fighters on the job we r onfidntilnt i.f fighting the' bosses to it frazzle. Niiw, thini. vei fioot-loose rebels. wandering warriors ,- I' t' lied f'lan of 'Tail. rnm-h hdespised "floaaters "iil "h1'toiis." i'ce' mlnre tihe time has arrived for yon t, h,-v the lh' s-, lhIss the sort of stnftl of whieil we are' ,a;idi. ne' who are anluda'eions enough to dispunte w\ith him his eownershiip of' the earth! Tn'i.llh te iih n Industrial Workers of thel' Wrll. tine IRed .\ rnny of the W \Vrkirs. the dt'rbnn sntfTernngs of the prol'-ta-riit ha.ve- at last hie-inen, a'rticu'late'. 'The "rah) hb.'" has )sleiunit ie mnve' an1i to give voice of its f dis,-t taunt. anld the muanstt'-r gas. are' afraid thiat the'ir buoty. fil-hed t'fr'm h the wotrkers. will he taken away fromn the. n. 'rh ,r'firt.t. they a'e st rainn.ing e-v-.ry nn"e''v"' te st i tl.- tIn'' v'iii'- 'tf laleer. tie stamnnln mint tiieh r l'\'elltitenary ;:Iii:iinn eel' r ' inn 'g;innizat ieenn. W ei n!n1t ilefeiat thiis ,'vi'' r Ienle the' ri-stlts eef eonnr iainfnl lnner i'f tie hiast f,. v a n.s. 'i' r,,--fni'. th, riii -eb ls if Kalnisas ('iti. fretni \il hin the- n alls ,,f tine- inaster's jails, tee tlhne wii'rk ers :nill ,v-n-r th,. ,,i- untry. inake' this KIie .ns''l. ('if '.I .eis Su s .s'a r . ai s a st iayile i p ,ail funr fi .... ritni,'i,,nn ,f fe i, sl ani Middle U'st. ii, irf ,' ii4 me ist ihuie FI ', enpe ech n n In' e'uvsnis ('i1!/. S . , ,, , . , r i. r ' , , ! ,i : , / is : i f tr dI ,, s to 1. a in e / t // - J,, ,,. .lu. anth/ /, a/,li.h 1'rte v\" " th it /his , i/l. "',, /ivb/ ,tnd 'iv /,i," !,,t//, ,'i nee, d nnievnii antd. I, - , ,t, .,! I,,, y h fu jai . i.. ,le , i, ti'i, ,,,ar, an d i ,t mll l, i/vai . ', / ,t, / r // , v t/ut t/, , i/ /u, iaht tf //e fnrnre ss , I ' , v .,l t li./'mn n,,! - i n s ,, ,I ,,iiin g r in fl n ' q f / nt atin r t' , v/,,u, , f, ,H .int lh tf anl , ,f ntr u ,nttnn'ipaitim .n! ut,, t, , rlv ,-,1. qUiii hun hi us. tr,'rkh ss slan' s. n, l,, fl-v r,.,tl lit it hl/s I,, Kanstgs ('if q, tl., rr flins f/h 1' ,1 I".Ziq v,, !e 1, c,,/t. atind '/, r,. from t/e nash ,'s ,/i,,', -,is. ,,, '" .f, ,td-trrk, r. a' rai ..,,i r aid, - . .ili ...1 , i-/t/rv . at .s .s'hlti ,e se nn ft. and me in sh,,tulm r, / ,,'i , I. W . 11. H[ all. 13 W . J.,. -t 'rr.. K ansas ('ity. 11,.. " I. lLiirnl. N, or f, arq. "To injuri' intentimvnally when our safety amd exist enlve are intv',lved. or the continuance of our well being. is -on''ded to be moral."-Nietzsehe. To All Actors and Theatre Workers. Fellow-workers--The time has arrived for us to act. We want better condittions We want a better and more secure living. For years the Theatrical Industry has been without any organiza tion that is worthy of the name. It is true that a few groups have been organized at differnt times but they have been isolated and out of touch with the malss of the performers. The result is seen in the con ,lition tlhat exist to-day. We know that we' are doing more work now and gettingr less in return thent we ever did. From five to, 15 turns ia day and in addition we are preyed I)upon Iby the' tenI per cen'lte'rs, artists, representatives and otlher I';nrasites. who roeI us rig.ht and left. Cold lr'ssin g r,,uns,. ile, io',onve'lienienet, nlo respect is showan tsn ;lnld we' have to stand for the insults and sneers of tho' se' whflo, Imake it profit freeti our talents. "or ius. lower w;age's. more work aiul physicial break. idowns. eFor tlhe' lilantge'rs. more dividends, more of lthe gentI things oI' liife andl increased arreogance when dealiling with tlihe pelrforimers. What is tli' iperformler goting teo do to prevent the already r nlh arahble ee,inlition from getting w'orse? What lIre wa e ,lielg to de to imnpr)ove c')ondlitions? l:xlperie'lce.' andlI eneii,))aion senlse; will tell us that the're is orily one( rep'lyf te these' e tilo'inifolls. The' iperlfori' s litist organize. They IIIus1t organRize sei that it %% ill be l)ssiblei for themi to present a untiled roalet whiln dealing with the' managers and agents. ()rgaii atietlns ill the past have failed because of a hiak of Seeidarity altong lthe various branclesw of the Ti'hatrial Iprofessioni. The nators were seperated fr'clll thle .ag' Ihands. lmulsic'ianlls, opetl'rators and others whmo'ccntrillbuted to Iaake' the siecessfull olperation of tlihe amiserut industry. The White rat.s failed ble 'allse.' f the ' il eal .l'ti cr l wer a e In'tlowe'd IIIse)n their gen 'er'al etllie'rs. In theli plast tllhe Ac'toicrs e ave had toa fight flor bet ter condllitionlls independ'l nt' of the ohperaitors, stage haters ante imsic'ians wlho cntined at work. It was the ;'s e with tevei'ry otlher hranelh of tihe Indulistry - tlhey h.lael tio fight alone. It is 1)l, tol us teo c'hange' this conditlition eof affairs. it is iicic' tic cIqit lec,,kirng to othlieers in matters that ii ne.ern us. It uis hbegin Ito look the situation square i Inht' flae'. Lett us woirk to buihld up aln organization thliat will aIliaikc it ipossileh for lts to ipresenlt a united l'front toie tln' eleoyersl'S ill tlhe' ainuise'ment industry. We'V c:lI 'hani ge 'iecl itions f',r the Ittter alny time we iilak lip loir mii(nd teo Al) s.o. This is written to help youlle n ilk ip your mind. We have nothing to lite. andl iverytlhing to gaini in niaking the' effort. The Industrial Workers of the 'World ofifers a plan of cirganizeation that will give lus a stronger power than the maniCagers and agents. Organizedl in the One ilig ('ilion ef the Amiluse'mlent Workers, the managers will be .eepeelled to dleal with uts an organization. The thleatires (cnl it run witlihout l)erforners, and the Manlllagelrs do not manike monelley uniless the theatres run. We mulist lor'ganlize so as to le Iable to say how long we' shall w\\rk, Ihow nl.much we( shall rec'eive, for ceur work ail i indetlr viwhat ceeiilitiens we will work. 'I'his is a I,ig coetrrai't. Buict if the oapeeratoirs will aciihi andl every one di) their share the work will le 'c,..y. I.e1t ,Vil'y pec'ilifcrilel' act ias 1 i1 or'ganizer aeliI illelle' ltose with w\\ hll w tlhey wiiork toe joiin the organli zat icell. 1et lbusy! .Join tile' locals that are already iorgan ized ien 'hiiýago., Ill andl StI. ILoutis. M4. Help tof com lhli fle the organization being, fo'rme'de ill i)edreit, Mich. I)o what i i cae toic o ilnterest Veytlr t'fellew-werkers at ectheir itecirits. \\'rite te: .11aix Ia. (',ii'igcale. 1Ia - Fe eleti'i ll'l',et Ia St.. St. Iuc is. .1h . i,. ('. I,,,\'.i n,. 30-l-l84 \V. WVshr iingtlon St., Ct(IS i eailgo. Ill. .\. ('. 'ihris . irl:4 l'i,.hl \ve.. i)r etrecit. .1ie'h. (I c i rlii.y. fte.hli - r s l-l se', if we einnl)t e.el \inec' Mir. .aaeiigeri. eaeil( Mi'. Agc'iat that the' tail has hlci Wagileeli ilee hlogcc e cua cli enil l gh. Ii ('a ,.:s'r. I ' i T irr : e ca Ic 8ii.c I . Ihr. 2. ('hica iaget, Ill. ROTTEN CAPITALISM. "ri, i',tic lli, iii ri in i iiatciiin ti he lli, ehihehee s oee' Ne " I Irh-ane is ta'ic fler e in the f Ieo ' F'e iie. 1 Ii ) eel ''[ I tly I'i,.cuiliane." whi,.lh ic tRiisnilvy e )d llseet the I. \\' '.a 1 n. "cc i'li'iiiis' 'a";il' "aleric" lr griiasels : " All i'ithl. gilts. lhe "r li'r i', -12r 11 cc l'f 'ein! ilig. hi.aeii' t'c'lli\is, fcaa'le.s natei hey iire' -the' rihde eel te' niaivy aindi Ilihy 'ye' g',, giccl-size'e p)oe'ke'tiboik.cks ueli ilnlinhte'il callei,.iehs liir f'iin. cenuel ore' jiist ai.hiaag te iz.'t tlrn'e' luis' meeeiagist the 'e'vis f lth' (ariival Ani, I lhis is thie' ge aigl, lehnt '.aisers the' niee\'ies lhst lhe' "' 'ele ii'ils ,f the' wi rking I'cliss" (Ie' inj rrel! lIn is c'c c.eaee'c'tica. the' Qieeni'a i iof the New ()rleans lH'lieii dii e a li lt e their eliay iii I ccii'e f the' ey'eeiing calipers had a lIiieg eec.'u)ileti if hler sliileltleuas fune'ral. Twi tIrie.st s e itliiatig; ii t .we rriage' hlads cef Siste'rs if ('lharity ftlhlowc'AI the. c.crlese' tee the grave' several lirnin0ent lcclitie'ins alsec noieicrnaee there; a $'1100 iec nuinwnitriia is to rise' e ever thai' grave'. for tle dead prres titiataV was RI('II. a ('aptain ef Industry in her line' anllcd 'i stcce.kholhee r in tie' Oil Trust. hesielhs. WIl. we' hioplee' le'nle Sai's hleroes's will enjecv them s..lve.s anl the ,t .rarlies cl.han tlhi',ee out. for the girls iee'e'd it. we guess. ulnt-who hiare's say this is not the "'hle'st svstemne 1of so,.iety" I oelalmighty himself ,ould invent . HEROIC LARSON DEAD. Fellow-workers-Fellow-worker Gust. Larson, tx Secretary I. W. W. Local at Fort George, B. C., has passed to the "land above the skies" and will not trouble the "law and order" gang of that burg any more. The movement has lost a true and valued work er in the death of Larson. He has been slowly coming down with eonsumptio'n for several years, but would not give up active work in the labor movement, and this was mainly the cause of h'a death. When Fort George Local went to the wall, he was left penniless in a wildernes burg some 100 miles or more from the end of steel with fro means of support, as he was unable to do work of any kind, if any could have been secured and was in a "hostile burg" and no friends around. Larson's spirit is shown in his own words, letter of Jan. 10 (which was the last one received here he fore his death) : "Now fellhw-workers, don't make any stir about me I aim rdot the first and will not be the last one to fall by a hell of a long shot. King Capital is going to knock a lot more out of our ranks before we have conquered the right to live." All funds sent for aid of Larson and not used will be returned. The highest compliment that can be paid larson and his untiring zeal in the Revolutionary movement is to shed no tears over the fallen, but to turn your attention with addled zeal and perserverenee to the movement that he ,save his life no unserlfishly to. Yours in Revolt, E. W. LATC(iM. Fin'l Stecty, 327-3, I. W. W. Kamhmloops, Ii. C. MY FRIEND POLLY. IBy FREI). FREYR. "Loo1k there Bill, whatt'hell has happened to Jim,? I never di( .see him ,earry his head and shoulders so manlike as now!" Bill Action,: "Simlple enough, he smashed his fetich and has ecome' a man." tab'al: "ni.islheld his fetich? Why, I thought .Jinm was a Socialist and too intelligent a slave to still kneel and whine befo.re the idol of the divine-dope medicine man !' Bill Action: "()Oh. withll the preahirmnan's theolo gical fetic'h he was down a long since-this timie it is the ballot fetich, he kicked out of his mind. You re member how good we felt, when we 'donequit' believing into a political rainmaker and began to have faith in ourselves only! Same with Jimn. lie's caught the message of Industrial Unionism and seen the light of Direct Action. That's what took the bow out of his spine and the stoop out of his shoulders." ,Sabcat: "Did he joi nthe I. W. W.f" Bill Action: "''lie sure did-hut look into his eyes next time you meet Jimn--the new light in them will tall you that he carires a red I. W. W. W. card." ,sbcal : "Wonder what cleared his thinker of that ballot suplerstition. Bill Action: "Well. I gave hint of our literature Inow aind thei, also had a few (listissiois with him. hut most of the work has been donte by The Voice which I had sentt to his awhlr',ss regularly for soime five imontlhs now." Sabratl: "Let's go to the IIall. 1 want to do the samin' to snen' of u f'rienlIs. (uess thle best way is Ih t's i. I have tto pay up 'I , nSrll . ,ship . 're'od." lilid I' ls It Is t ll rin tegi htha i losil'ss iu't'tit rl t tn Fel. 9!th. Afte'r loitg tli.euissioii on titt' ad iloni hiktlt by the l ' aituvlli ler lhlstIl iii rti'l'tl l p,int t lri intg thliltir owtn stalltps. wIt tl iltie l t lit' r thc ti'l tisiio llthal t lit' lttI jtts-l sibl. t wa i' tit stil It' t his tl'ti ro'tversv in rlgtl irtl to the 15 crnt'is It'r ''aplit hx is ot its tt issl' a call I frontm Ihis local fttr a re'er''endhlli tto is vtltd ai'l li at'.tetl itjonil "Thrli iiolt tili ais ltass'dt i lhit htlllsiiess ; tnltl hlg is asi f'lltws: Rlltili rly intvt'll . 1 sc u'etlidlt'l anIi carried. ThAlt wt' sent , l llitil i l fata I " 'Ia rt'tftrt'lidliin ftlr Ilhe plir Itost' otll rt'tlisiing f l' tleir t'aitila th il v lm 1ll to li've celts IS'p ' il nthill lli! i r. Ve rl, of lilt, op i, ion,l thliat fie' c'iits pt 'r caltiti i.s a stilici'itit aluli l iltIt t't to er all exptetst's atl Htlaidqia rtt'rs. siich as f itt gt'ttii ougit ofs stamri t;s. 4ille lItoks. couistiiitti.tos ali othf 'r sul tlies. and thai the tthir 1(1 ce'nts. whith we 1i0w tilrrt ,vtr to tlo tiihti rtt'rs toihl Ile pilt to ettItenr iise ailit! dt nitore gttttd fttr 1ile trtanizal itn as a whitlt'. if it wert' rtaiiit'd in the trt'asiirit's t of the' varioin s lt 'er .ls for tit' ltiirpts t'f dt ting lt-'al trganiizatitit'll wt',k. All ilot,'s anti nitinlo ers alrt' talhled ill toi givt this their strit sls lthoightt anid t'tit.sideratioti. aini d 'ethiilllll nicate with tI'ls, lt..als as to whlethtr yitit agrt't' t,r disagree wifh itthe Stilttl takt',t by lt'ese 'ltas. Iliifilin_ 'ti hear frttll all ltt';ids otI this matter anill w ishintg y'our endttrser'iitnt 141l sm2le. w\t rtlait. youllri futr Iiiciiu; trial Freedtotli. IPORTLANI) LOCALS. I. W. W. FRANK ('.\Dv. Stctl. 309 Davis St.. P',rtlind. Ort"on. SUBSCRIBE TO THE VOICE. YOU ARE NOT UNION' MEN.. Complaint comes to THE VOICE from many parts of the Timber Belt of men elaiming to.the Union menw members of the Sorest and Lumber Workers, beeruse they have in their pockets an old Union Card with one stamp in it. No Union man in the Forests or oe-the Railroads will recognize you as a Union man on any O-uch book. To be Union men yo' have got to have your dues paid up all the time to date, because it takes money to run a Labor Union like it takes to run every thing else. If you aint willing to put up your share of the war fund, YOU are not a Union man-you are nothing but a CJUCUCOO, that is, you are one of those etttle who are too cowardly to be either out-and-out Union men or open scabs, you belong to the cheap bunch that are trying to Wwipe the benefits the REAL MEN pay and fight for without you yourself risking a cent or anything else. Pay up your dues or shut up claim ing that you are a IUnion man, for you will not be recognized as such until you prove' it by helping tote the load. PUT 1!1' OR HSIIIT 1'P. "YOUR WORD IS REVOLUTION." 3By MAX EASTMAN, Editor of 'The Masses." The pIuoer behind thee R forn Movrement is the power of capital, aunl for that reason rcforms will ndt injure the intersts of capital. It ii not time to ask yourse'lw then- D)o you wish to see labor benefit at the expense of capital f Do you wish to see a change in the proportion of wealth that goes to the worker ? )Do you wish to narrow the gulf between the work ing and the owning class? 1)o you wish to approach nearer to the ideal of e'quality in life and opportunity ? For if you do. you have 1no place in these move. mel'nts for "ae'.oninenolation." for "'c 'one'sism," for "'hristianization." for "' ,ecncmically profitable" leg islation. Your Inhe'e is with the working pelople in their fight for uore life than it will Ibenefit e'aptal to give. them. Your plinee is in the working-'lass struig gle. Your word is revolution. "THE EFFETE EAST." The East may know how to conjugatt the I. W. W from the shop union through the Local District Coun cil, Industrial I'nion and on up into the (General Ad nministrat'ion, but there is one thing it (does not know how to do and that is to do its share of supporting the I. W. W. press. If either The Voice or "Solidarity" had to depel1d on the East for spl,,prt ecither paper would suspe'nd before sundowin. Nor can the East Live' any excuse for this nuton-sup Iport. for if it won't reand The1i Vcice Iheilatusee it is Ie)e'ent'ralist theln it I;has no e'x use' for not readcing "Solidarity." Ieriatelsei' it is ('Centra;list. Ior" viie-' versa. Agailn. these IOv'als. East. North. We'st fcr South. that aire truly Reveolut tiiary will not try to, loycttt. eithe'r pip'r, built will. if they' are' I re1,' 1 'vol1t t ichl lt ists. allow lht Ii sides tof all questions ia hIea riieng and not se'ek to eccrce.' their fe'lli\wv-wc rkcrs who ima1 at I th iitne hIaplpen to be in the m inoerity in aniy given l nal inste'ad of wanstiti`' l title i sI'i h f i lt it'lllltS i t' 'its ' i ll whii'I,, if snc'''..esstl. le,fves lboth sides wilth a hlrrc'n victor? tlhey will ldisc'.ss all things in thle I'nlicon liall ;11ndl will h'l cit tliffl re'c.t,.'s kc'le 1 lteeie l'roln ante ill. t .he,.cl lr ic I l i· ihitl , eernliz,, Ih, Iltiriest s iln }the'ir lcu.alitl . fIr Iminl.st riceel r)igt i iiat od, u e-tIhler I lee I. W , W. I ' cectlratlisc', ,r ecvtlc.,.lra lisc'u,. is hle firsil Tee Ilhis c'nel thle press ,e" ti 1I. W. V W . is ;tt :fecc lute' nicre yssity; tlc 're',re. iI e'. ;1t ist di, its liiuty h\ that Press awl e'c'as the le.. lironiin, of" rrctchal. .se ,alle'Ih . Sc,,iatlist anIe .\ Acar,.hist ltai l.ers. if yeu d-n't like' ice' acntd Williams./ ire us het sup ,,rt tfle ! .. W . I ,.'. /11' SUBSCRIBE TO THE VOICE. "'T''' e tiec,,.s c,1" thad selerl ti,,e, \\hie'h attr'ilufte'.I e. \', ,lu ·lc eis t lite' illwill ,f l a, f,'\', a;.ritil;elu l' itleve' leeetl r eaese'ei awt H.av. Evee.ry'v ltt. kIw1 tew n waicl;txv I %xhl .r..e .ve'.r th1e''e'" is a ri\'eol , . Vicarc t vc lkitn. tiher, mesiii l lehe s cin' se,'iai wa tli i t h te' lac'k ,Iria el I. whtic, i , ire ve'teil I y Ic , t rt inl t ,i ii't .'e ts. tr, atice'"t l ,\ tl ..seli'. Th'l w' ' may t ,tt , y.e l ieee lt'e'l a s eir'ceel. as ,..,.t e.rally. as ieig'it it.sei"'+ icee,',lic',e seie,, -e t e 'vry afet ,iter t ,it t',r'ihhle' repre,,si'n will c ii , ly ri it firth stre.,llrcr ial .ited s r,,i ._+r. eilet ii ifs Ieersts its l'-tile'rs. M.1arx. "Vieelen'i 'e' is the' eilee l i te'' .ef ,.v 'ry ,,hi .e'-ie,'hV chleicut tee ',ive' icirlie tee a te'w. VielCIenite-, is anl e''c",ioeleli,' ft'',ler.'" - t11aerx. hut implce'ratti.'e. .%'Co,-ri'.'hste-,i.C' hllet'is lcfh .\ T'Iiee ie red Elreeism. ' '."' ci'.r. "A fel itt r,'v,,lt ice infinite'l i-.-i' th a lia c rne'ul lchil,,seeicht'r ccelch iziw,., t',,r les' l'hai,, '." -K .-oeethI "The ('xiste'n.e'' ecf the State' aleed lice' 0.xishe'te,.,. ,,J" siace'ry are' inseicaratlele."-- Marx.