Social Democracy History Archive
Weekly newspaper of British Social Democracy
Some articles by E. Belfort Bax, August Bebel, Eduard Bernstein, Karl Kautsky, Jean Jaurès, Paul Lafargue, Wilhelm Liebknecht, Dora Montefiore, Harry Quelch, Theodore Rothstein and Clara Zetkin. See Full List of articles 1907-1911.
1884 January 19 Morris, The Principles of "Justice" (with H.M. Hyndman and J.Taylor) January 19 Morris, An Old Fable Retold January 26 Morris, Cotton and Clay February 9 Morris, Order and Anarchy February 9 Morris, The Bondholders Battue (with H.M.Hyndman) February 9 Morris, Chants for Socialists - Number 2: The Voice of Toil March 1 Morris, An Appeal to Genuine Radicals March 1 Bax, The German Press on the Socialist Movement in England March 8 Morris, Chants for Socialists - Number 1: The Day is Coming March 8 Bax, Dynamite in England March 15 Morris, Art or No Art? Who Shall Settle It? March 22 Bax, A Tale of the Paris Slums April 5 Morris, Henry George April 12 Morris, Why Not? April 19 Morris, Chants for Socialists - Number 3: All for the Cause April 26 Morris, The Dull Level of Life May 17 Morris, A Factory As It Might Be May 17 Morris, The Propaganda Fund May 24 Morris, Individualism at the Royal Academy May 31 Morris, A Factory As It Might Be - II June 7 Morris, Chants for Socialists - Number 4: No Master June 21 Bax, Socialism and Religion June 28 Morris, A Factory As It Might Be - III July 5 Morris, The Propaganda Fund July 12 Morris, To Genuine Radicals July 19 Morris, The Housing of the Poor July 26 Morris, The Propaganda Fund August 2 Morris, The Propaganda Fund August 9 Morris, Socialism in England in 1884 August 16 Bax, Socialism and the Sunday Question September 6 Morris, Uncrowned Kings September 6 Morris, Social Democratic Federation To The Trades Unions (William Morris et al) September 20 Morris, The Hammersmith Costermongers October 11 Morris, An Appeal To The Just October 11 Morris, Literary Courtesy: To The Editor Of Justice November 15 Morris, The Lord Mayor's Show November 28 Morris, The Hackney Election December 6 Bax, A Free Press December 20 Morris, Philanthropists 1885 July 20 Bax, The Constitution-Mongers July 27 Bax, King and People August 3 Bax, A Constitution on its Beam Ends August 10 Bax, The Legislative Assembly August 17 Bax, The 10th of August October 25 Bax, The Opening of Paris November 1 Bax, The Bastille November 8 Bax, The Constitution-Mongers November 22 Bax, King and People November 29 Bax, A Constitution on its Beam Ends December 6 Bax, The Legislative Assembly December 13 Bax, The 10th of August 1887 July 9 Lafargue, The Morrow of the Revolution I July 16 Lafargue, The Morrow of the Revolution II 1888 April 28 Karl Kautsky, A Reactionary Republic 1889 July 29 Harry Quelch, The New International July 29 Anon, The International Workers’ Conference 1890 June 15 Bax, The Economic Prelude in the Provinces June 22 Bax, The Literary Prologue July 6 Bax, The Opening of Paris July 15 Bax, The Bastille August 24 Bax, The First Paris Commune and the September Massacres August 31 Bax, The National Convention September 7 Bax, Trial and Execution of the King September 14 Bax, The Death Struggle Between Mountain and Gironde September 21 Bax, Concerning Matters Economic September 28 Bax, The Fall of the Gironde October 5 Bax, The Sansculottes in Power October 12 Bax, The Dictatorship of the Commune October 26 Bax, The Terror November 2 Bax, The Fall of the Hébertists November 9 Bax, The Rule of Robespierre November 16 Bax, Thermidor November 23 Bax, The Reaction Begins November 30 Bax, The Babeuf Conspiracy and the end of the French Revolution December 7 Bax, The Reaction Progresses December 14 Bax, The National Property December 21 Bax, Conclusion 1891 May 30 Bax, The Socialistic Situation June 27 Bax, The German Party - Its Misfortunes and its Faults November 14 Bax, The Ethics of Socialism December 19 Bax, Fabianism 1892 April 16 Bax, Discipline and Indiscipline April 30 Bax, After the Eight Hours Bill June 18 Bax, Internecine Divisions in the Socialist Party October 29 Bax, Political and Social Democracy 1893 April 15 Bax, Two Question Begging Saws May 13 Bax, The Zurich Resolutions June 24 Bax, Germany shows the way July 8 Bax, Accursed Word of Command July 8 Bax, Royalty and Revolution August 19 Bax, The New International August 26 Bax, Equality not Privilege October 14 Bax, Rule of the Small Middle Class November 25 Bax, Reasonable Social Democracy 1894 January 27 Bax, Paris Commune 1 February 24 Bax, Paris Commune 2 March 3 Bax, Paris Commune 3 March 10 Bax, Paris Commune 4 March 17 Bax, Paris Commune 5 March 31 Bax, Paris Commune 6 April 14 Bax, Paris Commune 7 April 21 Bax, Paris Commune 8 May 5 Bax, Logic for Socialist Lecturers May 12 Bax, Paris Commune 9 May 19 Bax, The New Gospel June 2 Bax, Paris Commune 10 June 16 Bax, Missionary and Mercantile Enterprise June 23 Bax, Laissez-Faire Outflanked July 7 Bax, Paris Commune 11 August 4 Bax, Paris Commune 12 August 11 Bax, Paris Commune 13 August 25 Bax, Paris Commune 14 September 8 Jaurès, Capital Punishment September 22 Bax, Paris Commune 15 November 10 Bax, The Late Czar November 24 Bax, Paris Commune 16 December 1 Bax, Paris Commune 17 1895 January 27 Bax, The Paris Commune 1 February 24 Bax, The Paris Commune 2 March 3 Bax, The Paris Commune 3 March 10 Bax, The Paris Commune 4 March 17 Bax, The Paris Commune 5 March 31 Bax, The Paris Commune 6 April 14 Bax, The Paris Commune 7 April 20 Bax, Dead Sea Fruit April 21 Bax, The Paris Commune 8 May 12 Bax, The Paris Commune 9 June 1 Lafargue, The Chino-Japanese War June 2 Bax, The Paris Commune 10 June 8 Bax, Religion and Socialism July 7 Bax, The Paris Commune 11 July 27 Bax, The Woman Question August 4 Bax, The Paris Commune 12 August 11 Bax, The Paris Commune 13 August 17 Bax, Bebel's Women and Socialism August 24 Bax, Frederick Engels August 25 Bax, The Paris Commune 14 September 14 Bax, International versus National Socialism September 22 Bax, The Paris Commune 15 October 19 Bax, Cult of Abstractions November 24 Bax, The Paris Commune 16 November 30 Bax, Everlasting Female December 1 Bax, The Paris Commune 17 November 2 Critical Chronicle — Socialism and “Free Love” December 14 Bax, Aliens 1896 January Hyndman, America for the United States February 15 Bax, Socialism and Foreign politics May 1 Bax, The True Aims of Imperial Extension and Colonial Enterprise June 13 Bax, Ideologic Social Forces June 27 Bax, South Africa Again November 7 Bax, Our German Fabian Convert; or Socialism according to Bernstein November 21 Bax, The Socialism of Bernstein November 28 Bax, Our Fabian Philosopher 1897 January 30 Bax, Morals, Economics and Politics February 13 Bax, A Word to Herbert Burrows February 13 Bernstein, What Marx Really Taught May 1 Bax, Decline of Militarism May 1 W. Liebknecht, The First of May in Germany March 6 Drakoules, Greece and Social-Democracy September 4 Bax, A Reactionary Mass November 27 Bax, Dangerous Doctrines 1898 May 1 Bax, War and Markets January 29 Bax, Barbarism and Civilisation January 29 Avelings, Letter on health of Eleanor and Edward Aveling May 1 W. Liebknecht, The First of May in Germany May 21 Jaurès, French Elections July 9 Bax, Marxophobia July 16 W. Liebknecht, Social-Democracy in Germany July 30 Bernstein, What Drove Eleanor Marx To Suicide August 6 Bax, Bismark August 13 Bax, Italian Prisoners’ Fund August 20 Bax, Old London August 20 W. Liebknecht, International Socialist Workers and Trade Union Congress 1899 February 11 Bax, English Barrister February 11 Bax, The True Inwardness of the Peace Crusade February 25 Bax, Cross Examination March 25 W. Liebknecht, To My Friends in England May 1 Zetkin, The Workers International Festival May 20 Bax, Imperialist Extensions and Socialist Intentions May 27 Bax, Robespierre May 27 Jaurès, Socialist Unity June 10 Bax, Maximum August 26 Bax, Socialism and Dogma September 30 Bax, Socialism and Dogma October 28 Bax, Jews, Boers and Patriots November 4 Bax, Jews, Boers and Patriots 2 December 2 Jaurès, Madness 1900 March 31 James Connolly, Bruce Glasier in Ireland, 1900 May 12 Zetkin, May Greetings from Stuttgart May 19 Bax, British Freedom May 26 Bax, Wanted, A New Morality? August 25 Bax, Must it be? September 22 W. Liebknecht, A Bad Quarter of an Hour October 13 Bax, Paris Congress October 27 Bax, Reflections on Comrade Rickert 1901 February 16 Bax, Blacks, Whites and Fads May 1 Bax, Patriotism May25 James Connolly, Justice And Millerand, 1901 July 13 Bax, The Queen’s Hall Meeting July 20 Kautsky, On Bernstein, excerpts from Neue Zeit July 27 Bax, Socialism and Pro-Boers August 3 Bax, Boer, Briton and Zulu August 24 Bax, The Decencies of Controversy August 31 Bebel, W. Liebknecht September 7 W. Liebknecht, How It Could Be Done September 21 Bax, Religion v Ethics October 26 Bax, How the Governing Classes Write History November 2 Bax, Sentiment and Judicial Murder November 23 Lafargue, The Boycott December 7 Bax, The Death Penalty 1902 March 1 Bax, Ferri and the Woman Question March 29 James Connolly, The Irish Socialist Republican Party and the Dewsbury Election, 1902 May 3 Bebel, The Situation in Germany July 5 Bax, Hysterics In Political Discussion August 30 Bax, A Personal Explanation September 20 Bax, A Personal Explanation 1903 February 28 Bax, Fossil Remains March 14 Kautsky, Letter May 30 Bax, Shall there Be Two Socialist Parties? June 10 Lafargue, Capitalist Property October 3 Bax, Class-Consciousness and Class-War October 24 Bax, Man and Superman - Shaw November 7 Bax, Preaching and Practice November 14 Bax, The Breeding of Genius December 26 Bax, A Personal Explanation 1904 January 30 Bax, Immorality in the Potteries February 27 Lafargue, Letter February 27 Bax, Comrade Hyndman’s War Manifesto February 27 Kautsky, Wardour Street Economics March 12 Bax, Russia and Japan April 16 Bax, Baneful Fallacy April 23 Kautsky, On the Problems of the Jewish Proletariat in England May 6 G. Jaeck, 40th anniversary of the International Working Men’s Association 1 May 13 G. Jaeck, 40th anniversary of the International Working Men’s Association 2 May 20 G. Jaeck, 40th anniversary of the International Working Men’s Association 3 May 27 G. Jaeck, 40th anniversary of the International Working Men’s Association 4 June 6 G. Jaeck, 40th anniversary of the International Working Men’s Association 5 June 10 G. Jaeck, 40th anniversary of the International Working Men’s Association 6 June 17 G. Jaeck, 40th anniversary of the International Working Men’s Association 7 June 24 G. Jaeck, 40th anniversary of the International Working Men’s Association 8 July 1 G. Jaeck, 40th anniversary of the International Working Men’s Association 9 July 8 G. Jaeck, 40th anniversary of the International Working Men’s Association 10 July 15 G. Jaeck, 40th anniversary of the International Working Men’s Association 11 July 22 G. Jaeck, 40th anniversary of the International Working Men’s Association 12 July 16 Bax, National Ideals and the Pest of Patriotism July 29 G. Jaeck, 40th anniversary of the International Working Men’s Association 13 September 10 Bax, Liberty and Labour September 24 Bax, The Ethics of Socialism December 31 Bax, Beyond Selfish and Unselfish 1905 January 14 Bax, Christianity and Socialism February 4 Bax, Christianity and Socialism February 18 Bax, Christianity and Socialism July 22 Bax, Our Foreign Policy August 5 Bax, Kings and Socialists August 12 Bax, Materialist Conception of History August 28 Bax, Socialism and Asceticism 1906 February 10 Bax, Mr Morley and the National Workshops of ’48 March 31 Bax, National workshops of ’48 April 14 Bax, Morocco April 14 Bax, Socialist Ethics and Private Charity April 28 Lafargue, Letter to Quelch June 2 Bax, Labour Party Humbug June 30 Bax, Continuity - Voilà l’Ennemi August 25 Bax, Moral Book Keeping by Double Entry August 25 Bax, Why Attack Religion September 22 Bax, Socialism and Religion November 17 Bax, Socialism and the Family 1907 January 26 Rothstein, Parliamentarism and the Working Class January 26 Bax, Socialism and the Family, (letter) February 23 Rothstein, Russian Elections March 09 Rothstein, Social Democrats and Their Tactics In The Russian Duma March 23 Beer, “Militarismus und Antimilitarismus”, [a review] March 30 Rothstein, Social Democrats and Their Tactics In The Russian Duma March 30 Montefiore, Women Should Vote April 20 Rothstein, The Russian Duma and Liberal Treachery May 4 Bax, Labour Day and Imperialism May 4 Bebel, England and Germany May 11 Beer, The Class War May 18 Bax, The Rayner Question June 26 MacLean, A Piece of Class Injustice July 14 Montefiore, Misrepresented Finnish Women July 18 Bax, Patriotism and Ethics July 20 Bax, Review of John A. Hobson, The Evolution of Modern Capitalism August 24 MacLean, Reflections of Belfast September 14 Bax, The International Congress and Colonial Policy September 21 Rothstein, Revisionist Misrepresentation October 5 Bax, Soleiland and the Death Penalty October 12 K. Boris, The Electoral Manifesto of the Jewish “Bund” , 1907 October 26 K. Boris, The Jewish Proletariat in Russia – Ten Years of the Bund, 1907 October 26 Montefiore, Unemployment Among Women. The Guildhall Conference November 2 Montefiore, Liberal Limitations November 2 K. Boris, The Jewish Proletariat in Russia – Ten Years of the Bund, 1907 November 9 Montefiore, Socialist Women’s Bureau December 7 The Fight Against Socialism. Bond or Free Love?, 1907 December 14 Herbert Burrows, Bax And The Woman Question, 1907 December 14 Social Democratic Manifesto on the Question of Universal Adult Suffrage, 1907 November 16 Rothstein, The Third Duma — a Retrospect and a Prospect December 7 The Fight Against Socialism. Bond or Free Love? December 14 MacLean, The ‘Great Contradiction’ of Marx December 14 Rothstein, The Socialist Annual (Letter) December 14 Burrows, Bax And The Woman Question December 14 Social Democratic (S.D.F.). Manifesto on the Question of Universal Adult Suffrage 1908 January 18 Bax, Pity the Poor Papist March 07 Rothstein, The “Short and Simple” Non-Conformist Bill March 09 Rothstein, The Socialist Annual February 08 Rothstein, The Debate on Unemployment February 29 Maclean, Socialist Unity February 29 Rothstein, The Communist Club May 2 Kautsky, The International First of May May 9 K. Boris, May Day in Russia. Manifesto of the “Bund.”, 1908 May 23 MacLean, Education in Scotland May 23 K. Boris, 4,000 Stocking Workers in Wilno and Witebsk (Russia) on Strike, 1908 June 6 Bax, Internationalism and Bourgeois Foreign Politics July 11 Rothstein, His Majesty’s Opposition July 11 Rothstein, That Yellow Book August 29 Bax, The Case of Gott September 5 Montefiore, Capitalism’s Refuse Heap September 12 August Bebel, A Justification of Our Position, 1908 September 17 Rothstein, Peace or Revolution September 19 MacLean, An Affair of Outposts September 19 August Bebel An Explanation, 1908 October 10 Zelda Kahan, War Between England and Germany 1908 October 3 Quelch, My Mission to Germany October 17 Rothstein, The Debacle October 24 Rothstein, The Shame of England November 21 Katayama, Socialism in Japan (a letter to Hyndman) December 5 MacLean, Great Britain and Germany December 12 Dawson, An Open Letter to Max Beer 1909 January 9 Montefiore, What Every Socialist Woman Should Know January 16 Montefiore, Two Finnish Women Who Speak for Adult Suffrage January 23 Montefiore, The Party and Adult Suffrage February 13 Bax, Socialist Administration February 20 Montefiore, A Victory for French Women Workers February 27 Montefiore, Politics and Prayers February 27 Montefiore, Adult Suffrage Report March 20 Montefiore, A Russian Woman Comrade March 27 Montefiore, Women’s Circle Column April 3 Montefiore, The Anti-Sweating Bill April 10 Montefiore, The Sublime Slanderer April 17 Montefiore, Report of the Royal Commission on the Poor Laws April 24 Montefiore, The Children’s Charter May 1 Zetkin, For Adult Suffrage May 1 Montefiore, Spring Musings May 8 Montefiore, LADIES and the Suffrage May 15 Bax, Burrows as a Feminist May 15 Montefiore, Items of Interest May 15 Montefiore, Socialist Women’s International Bureau May 22 Montefiore, The International Social-Democrats Greetings to the Russian Czar May 29 Montefiore, Socialist Women in Russia June 5 Montefiore, Blackburn S.D.P. June 5 Bax, Socialism as the Palladium of Individual Liberty June 7 Montefiore, The London Congress of the International Alliance for Women Suffrage June 12 Montefiore, Items of Interest from Other Countries June 19 Montefiore, The Latest Play of the Stage Society June 26 Montefiore, Municipal Laundries July 3 Montefiore, Socialist “Help” July 10 Montefiore, The Central Branch Dinner July 10 Petroff, Anglo-Russian Repression in Persia July 17 Montefiore, “The Englishwoman” July 24 Montefiore, “Women’s Work and Wages” July 24 Petroff, The Persian Revolution July 31 Petroff, The Czar’s Finger Prints In Persia July 31 Bax, Machiavelli Isn’t In It July 31 Montefiore, The National Service League July 31 Petroff, The Czar’s Finger-Prints in Persia: Colonel Liakhoff’s letters August 7 Petroff, The Revolution in Persia August 17 Montefiore, Czardom, and What It Means to the World August 21 Bax, Contemptible Methods August 21 Montefiore, Professor Lester P. Ward August 28 Montefiore, Universal Suffrage September 4 Montefiore, The Evolution of Sex September 18 Bax, A Different Interpretation September 18 Montefiore, The Ten Disciples October 2 Montefiore, The Plot Thickens October 23 Montefiore, Report of Women’s Socialist Bureau (British) October 23 Bax, The Legal Subjection of Men October 30 Montefiore, Franchise Fancies November 6 Montefiore, “A Dismal Warren of Social Wretchedness” November 13 Montefiore, The Feeding of School Children November 20 Montefiore, The Wiles of the Anti-Socialist November ’07-’09 Montefiore, Report of Socialist Women’s Bureau (British) November 27 Montefiore, Report of Adult Suffrage Society December 4 Montefiore, Untitled Letter December 11 Montefiore, The Political Comedy December 18 Montefiore, Adult Suffrage December 25 Montefiore, To Men and Women Comrades 1910 January 1 Montefiore, The Lesser Evil,
January 15 Montefiore, The Fight for Free Speech In America January 22 Montefiore, Burnley, 22 January 1910 January 29 Montefiore, American Social-Democratic Women and Suffrage February 5 Montefiore, The Present-Day Psychological Influence of Women February 12 Montefiore, The Present-Day Psychological Influence of Women February 12 MacLean, The Socialist Vote February 12 Petrov, Russian Revolution and Counter-Revolution — I February 19 Montefiore, Unemployment Among Women February 19 Petrov, Russian Revolution and Counter-Revolution — II February 19 Petrov, Russian Revolution and Counter-Revolution — III February 19 Petrov, Russian Revolution and Counter-Revolution — IV March 5 Montefiore, Problems of Divorce March 12 Montefiore, A Socialist, as usual, Points the Way March 19 Bax, The Gaggers March 19 Montefiore, A Word about Poetry March 26 Montefiore, The Coming General Election April 2 Montefiore, Our Women’s Circle April 9 Petrov, Contrasts April 9 Montefiore, Anti-Socialists April 9 Rothstein, Fraternal Democracy April 16 Montefiore, Pageants April 23 Montefiore, The Midwives Bill and Poor Law Relief April 30 Bax, Some reflections on the International Movement April 30 Kautsky, England and Germany May 14 Bax, Woods on Women May 28 Montefiore, Mrs Montefiore in New York June 4 Bax, Re Woods June 11 Petrov, Russia and Finland July 2 Hyndman, The SDP and Marx and Engels July 23 Montefiore, The ‘Conciliation’ Bill July 23 Anon, The Copenhagen Congress August 6 Montefiore, The Final Solution August 6 Bax, Thorne and the Police August 20 Montefiore, The Meaning of Milwaukee August 20 Bax, Democracy August 27 Hyndman, The Tyranny and Corruption of Liberal Bureaucracy September 3 Petroff, An Explanation September 9 Anon, The International Congress September 17 Bax, The Right of Asylum September 24 Bax, Congress Procedure October 1 Montefiore, Belated Prophets October 29 Petroff, Grey’s Folly in Persia November 12 Montefiore, The Family as the Unit of Society November 26 MacLean, Wages and Prices December 3 Bax, The Maximum December 17 MacLean, The ‘Maximum’ December 17 Montefiore, Messina Two Years After the Earthquake December 31 Bax, The Maximum 1911 January 14 MacLean, Proposals for Action January 21 Petroff, The Anti-Alien Crusade January 21 Hyndman, Pacifism and German Aggression January 28 Rothstein, The German Menace: Some Preliminary Remarks February 4 Rothstein, The German Menace: The Figment of the Balance of Power February 7 Rothstein, The German Menace: The Smaller Nationalities and the Sanctity of International Treaties March 4 Rothstein, The German Menace: Flushing February 18 Rothstein, The German Menace: The Fortification of Flushing February 25 Rothstein, The German Menace: The Fortification of Flushing. Continued March 11 Rothstein, The German Menace: The Quarrel Over Morocco March 18 Rothstein, The German Menace: The Quarrel Over Morocco. Concluded March 25 Rothstein, The German Menace: The Balkan Crisis April 1 Rothstein, The German Menace: The Expansion of the German Navy April 1 MacLean, The Strike at Singer's April 8 Rothstein, The German Menace: The Campaign against Germany April 15 MacLean, End of Strike at Singer's April 15 Rothstein, The German Menace: The Object of British Policy and its Dangers April 29 MacLean, The Rise in Prices February 18 Bax, Some Considerations on Democracy April 15 Dora Monefiore, Labour in Power I April 22 Dora Monefiore, Labour in Power II April 29 Dora Monefiore, Labour in Power III April 29 Dora Monefiore, How I Became a Socialist April 29 Bax, Internationalism April 29 Karl Kautsky, War and Peace May 6 Dora Monefiore, Labour in Power IV May 6 Dora Monefiore, Australian Workers Condemn the Coronation May 6 MacLean, Notes from the North May 13 MacLean, Democracy and the Coming Coronation July 22 Bax, Patriotism v. Socialism August 5 Bax, Patriotism and Socialism August 12 Fisher, Reply to Bax August 12 Jaurès, The Portugese Republic September 9 Bax, Patriotism v. Socialism September 16 Bax, The Maximum September 23 Bax, Patriotism v. Socialism September 23 Quelch, Congress of the Social Democratic Party at Jena September 23 Unsigned, The Forthcoming Election September 23 Persia October 7 Luxemburg, To Unity Conference of Socialist Organisations in Manchester October 14 Dora Monefiore, An Important Report for Scientific Socialists November 18 Dora Monefiore, The Eight Hours’ Demonstration in Sydney December 16 Bax, Essential Socialism Again December 16 Petroff, The Russification of Persia December 16 Petroff, The Crime against Persia December 16 Petroff, The Russification of Persia 1912 January 20 Bax, Marriage Under Socialism February 10 Bax, Marriage Under Socialism April 6 Dora Monefiore, Across the Indian Ocean April 13 Dora Monefiore, Letter to the Editor March 30 Bax, Suffrage Outrages May 4 Bax, Pagan Socialism May 4 Karl Kautsky, The First of May and the Struggle against Militarism June 1 Kautsky, Disarmament and Colonial Policy (letter) June 29 Bax, Socialism and the Catholic Church July 6 Bax, Spargo, Marx and Bax August 3 Dora Monefiore, A Parliamentary Election in South Africa August 17 Bax, Socialism and the Catholic Church October 19 Dora Monefiore, The Working Class Movement in the Colonies November 9 Montefiore, Womanhood Suffrage November 30 J.H.W., The Basel Congress December 7 Montefiore, Resolution Adopted by the International Committee of the B.S.P. 1913 January 18 Anon, B.S.P. In East London January 18 Hyndman, Social-Democracy Wins! January 18 Quelch, What is the Matter with Socialism? January 18 Rothstein, “Our” Food Supply April 12 Monefiore, Correspondence April 19 MacLean, The Co-operative Union and the Labour Party August 2 Quelch, London For Socialism September 27 Bax, Harry Quelch September 27 Anon, Congress of the German Social Democratic Party at Jena October 5 Bax, International Socialist Congress 1913 November 1 Rothstein, Revelations 1914 January 15 Bax, 1884-1914 January 22 Bernstein, Our Thirtieth Anniversary January 22 Kautsky, Our Thirtieth Anniversary April 9 Bax, Religion of the Possessing Classes August 6 Maclean, The Scottish Coal Crisis September 14 Maclean, The War and Its Outcome September 16 Bax, German and Prussian Domination November 12 Karl Liebknecht/Rosa Luxemburg/Franz Mehring/Clara Zetkin:
German SDP and the War
November 19 Zetkin, The Duty of Working Women in War-Time December 17 Karl Liebknecht, Liebknecht ’s Protest Against the War Credits 1915 December 23 Hyndman, Who and What is Peter Petroff? December 30 MacLean, Concerning P. Petroff 1916 January 13 Hyndman, The Imprisonment of Petroff January 20 J.D Macdougall, Letter January 27 Petroff, Reply to Hyndman October 11 Montefiore, An Open Letter to the Primate 1918 27 May The Manifesto of the German Independent Social Democratic Party Against Imperialism, 1918 4 July The Manifesto of the German Independent Social Democratic Party Against Imperialism, 1918 1919 February 27 unsigned, Obituary for Kurt Eisner 1920 2 December Platon E. Drakoules, The End of Venizelism, 1920 1924 19 June C.V., Trotsky, 1924