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This article was published in 1882.
102 articles were published that year.

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  • Chicagoer Arbeiter Zeitung -- January 08, 1882
    # 1 of the 9th Annual "Vorbote" (Forerunner)Sunday, January 8th, 1882.

    This independent organ for the true proletarian interest just came off the press. This paper is as usual rich on interesting readings. We will call a few of the more prominent works: World's situation, The Congress of Socialistic Labor Party of New York. Example: To all women and cooperators: Individual Freedom; Lies on Bebel; Secret Organizations; and Machine politics of the N. Y. Congress.

    On account of the 9th Birthday particulars in this weekly paper, connected with the Chicago Arbeiter Zeitung, the Editor will make the following remarks:

    The "Vorbote" is really the only socialistic paper in America which under all circumstances will preach true and consistent class-hatred. Also the "Vorbote" represents the old principles of the Red Internationale, which rejects reconciliation no treaties, no reform scandals and no compromising, but unflinching firmness as the only alternative.

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    II B 2 d 1, I E