August 20th: A historical tale in which South African miners strike while Herbert Gladstone fiddles.
July 23rd: The July 1913 issue of Freedom features a lengthy article hooked on a major strike of agricultural workers in Ormskirk
June 25th: A speculative work by two prominent French anarcho-syndicalists, Emile Pouget and Emile Pataud, Syndicalism and the Co-operative Commonwealth (How We Shall Bring about the Revolution)
May 6th: Charles Windsor has form for pre-emptively arresting people who would spoil his parties.
March 20th: On a cold day in the wake of a war, starving Italian citizens wanted to put up a poster against raised tariffs but were told to hop it by the government – which in short order was faced with 100,000 protesters and severe rioting.
February 5th: In the first weeks of 1913 Russian revolutionary activity, never truly suppressed for all the violence and vindictiveness of the regime, burst once again onto the public stage.
December 11th: Much of the December 1912 issue of Freedom was given over to a celebration of its star writer Peter Kropotkin’s 70th birthday celebrations.
December 4th: Founded in 1922, the International Workers’ Association (IWA) is celebrating its centenary this month.
November 18th: Taking a look into the archives of Freedom in November 1912 as a wave of militant, non-hierarchical trade unionism reached its high water mark.