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Spanish bible Stories : Bible for Children Everywhere: Bible for C...

By: Edward Duncan Hughes

How did it all begin? Where did we come from? Why is there so much misery in the world? Is there any hope? Is there life after death? Find the answers as you read this true history of the world.

In the beginning, God made everything there is - everything.

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Remember Ludlow!

By: Julia May Courtney

Julia May Courtney, “Remember Ludlow!,” The Libertarian Labyrinth.

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Open Letter from the New Orleans Mass Meeting

By: Rev. Ernest Lyon

Reverend Ernest Lyon et al., Open Letter from the New Orleans Mass Meeting (August 22,1888). First printed by the Louisiana Standard (New Orleans), August 25,1888. Reprinted in Congressional Record, 50th Cong., 1st Sess., vol. 19, pan 9, appendix, pp. 8993-94.

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Red-Handed Murder : Negroes Wantonly Killed at Thibodaux, La.: Neg...

By: Anonymous Author

Anonymous, "Red-Handed Murder: Negroes Wantonly Killed at Thibodaux, La." (November 26, 1887). In The Weekly Pelican (New Orleans, Louisiana), vol. 1, no. 52 (November 26,1887), p. 2.

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Address of August Spies

By: August Spies

August Spies, "Address of August Spies" (October 7, 1886). In The Accused [and] the Accusers: The Famous Speeches of the Eight Chicago Anarchists in Court: When Asked If They Had Anything to Say Why Sentence Should Not Be Passed Upon Them: On October 7th, 8th, and 9th, 1886: Chicago, Illinois (Chicago: Socialistic Publishing Society, n.d.), pp. 1,9-10.

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On the Eligibility of Colored Members to Seats in the Georgia Legi...

By: Henry McNeal Turner

Henry McNeal Turner, "On the Eligibility of Colored Members to Seats in the Georgia Legislature" (September 3, 1868). In Edwin S. Redkey, ed., Respect Black: The Writings and Speethes of Henry McNeal Turner (New York: Arno Press/The New York Tunes, 1971), pp. 14-15, 16, 25.

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he Federalist No. 10 : he Utility of the Union as a Safeguard Agai...

By: James Madison

Federalist No. 10

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Account of the New York Tenant Riots

By: Alfred A. Knopf

Account of the New York Tenant Riots (July 14, 1766). In Hofstadter and Wallace, eds., pp. 116-17. From the July 14, 1766. American Violence: A Documentary History, Boston Gazetteer or Country Journal

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Against The War Machine : Essay Collection: Essay Collection

By: History Is A Weapon Organization

A collection of essays on military opposition from 1844-2004.

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Locking Down with Lockboxes

By: Crimethinc Recipes for Disaster

How to create Lockboxes for blockades.

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Affinity Groups & Support

By: Nancy Alach; ACT-UP

Affinity Groups and Support Article.

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How to Master Secret Work

By: Communist Party of South Africa Organization

First published: during the ’eighties as a series of articles in ‘Umsebenzi’; later as a single pamphlet for underground operatives.

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The New Pentagon Papers

By: Karen Kwiatkowski

A high-ranking military officer reveals how Defense Department extremists suppressed information and twisted the truth to drive the country to war.

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New US Military Bases : Side Effects Or Causes Of War?: Side Effec...

By: Zoltan Grossman

Article by Zoltan Grossman, a doctoral candidate in geography at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a member of the South-West Asia Information Group.

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Against Empire

By: Michael Parenti

Richly informed and written in an engaging style, Against Empire exposes the ruthless agenda and hidden costs of the U.S. empire today. Documenting the pretexts and lies used to justify violent intervention and maldevelopment abroad, Parenti shows how the conversion to a global economy is a victory of finance capital over democracy.

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Douglas Fraser's Resignation letter from the Labor-Management Group

By: Douglas Fraser

Letter by Douglas Fraser.

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Researching Undercover CIA Agents

By: Louis Wolf

The following is an edited version of a speech given by Bulletin member Louis Wolf to several hundred delegates to the XI World Festival of Youth and Students, Havana, Cuba, August 1978. The speech was later published in the CovertAction Information Bulletin, No. 2, October 1978.

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Fighting Back against The Decree of '33

By: Matt R. Erickson

President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s gold confiscation of April 5, 1933 was tough on private citizens, but even tougher on coins. Confiscated gold coins, sacrificed in pits of fire, were melted and cast into gold bars to serve at the feet of their mortal enemy, paper currency. Then, it was silver’s turn at the axe in 1965, as President Lyndon B. Johnson’s substituted silver with copper and nickel as would a common counterfeiter. For another 50 years, gold and silver meek...

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Dirty Work : The CIA in Western Europe: The CIA in Western Europe

By: Philip Agee; Louis Wolf

First 5 chapters of Dirty Work: The CIA in Western Europe

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Where Myths Lead to Murder

By: Philip Agee

This essay was prefaced with the following statement: "This article is a slightly modified version of the introduction to the book Dirty Work: The CIA in Western Europe, by Philip Agee and Louis Wolf, just published. It expresses much of the philosophy of the CovertAction Information Bulletin."

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Quinby's Warning

By: Edwin Jay Quinby

Article on Commander and conspiracy theorists Edwin Jay Quinby and his book, "A Few Glimpses of the Passing Scene: Involving the Strange Combination of Steam Calliopes, Steamboats, Pipe Organs, Telegraphs, Cables, Radio, Electric Railroads and Gyro Monorails."

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The Cherokee Removal Through the Eyes of a Private Soldier

By: John G. Burnett

John G. Burnett, "The Cherokee Removal Through the Eyes of a Private Soldier" (December 11,1890). In Journal of Cherokee Studies, vol. 3, no. 3 (1978), pp. 50-55- Special issue: The Trail of Tears: Primary Documents of the Cherokee Removal.

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Brief Account of the Devastation of the Indies

By: Bartoleme de Las Casas

Excerpts from "A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies" by Spanish Dominican friar Bartolomé de las Casas.

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