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communities they seek to plunge into chaos. When the fact is FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY,

distinctly grasped that every anarchist is an assassin in his ten30 Lafayette Place, New York.

44 Fleet Street, London.

dencies and propaganda, the hardpan of truth in his case will be Entered at New York Post-Office as Second-Class Matter.

reached and the remedy applied will be adequate. Banishment TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.

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or more persons to become anarchists and commit the crimes of scriber wishes no interruption in his series. Notification to discon. tinue at expiration can be sent in at any time during the year.

anarchy." As a part of this program he would "extinguish their PRESENTATION COPIES.-Many persons subscribe for friends, intending

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seems to meet favor in many quarters. Dr. I. K. Funk, in a

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comfortably hold and support all of this class of anarchists who HOW TO DEAL WITH THE ANARCHISTS.

may be found in the different civilized countries of the world; HE editorials and communications that are appearing in the that this island be strongly guarded to prevent escape, otherwise

newspapers on the problem of the anarchist and what to these people to be allowed absolute freedom, free from all law do with him afford an interesting variety of remedies for what is and all control, free to practise anarchy and work it out to its universally conceded to be a pretty grave problem. It seems logical results. It would be interesting,” he remarks, “to see likely that Congress will take up the matter at its coming ses- what these anarchists would do with the thief, the murderer, and sion, and Senator Allison, of Iowa, is quoted as saying that “a other criminals who may rise up among them. The whole exstatute prohibiting gathering of anarchists is not improbable.” periment would be educative, and to no one more so than to the "It is to be hoped,” says the Washington Star, “that before the anarchist." winter closes Congress will have passed a law to strike directly Not a few journals of considerable weight, however, seriously at the root of the evil and put a stop to the assemblage of persons doubt whether harsh treatment of the anarchists will do any preaching and entertaining views inimical to the institution of good. The Philadelphia Press, Postmaster-General Smith's government in general, under as heavy a penalty as may safely paper, notices briefly the rernedies proposed by Mr. Dos Passos, be imposed.” Such a law, the San Francisco Call observes, was and remarks that “it must be remembered that all [the restricprepared in 1894 by John G. Carlisle, then Secretary of the Treas- tion) now proposed in this country has existed for a decade in ury, but failed of passage because Congress was so taken up every continental country in Europe, without effect." And Al. with the discussion of the tariff bill of that year. Information bert Shaw says, in The Review of Reviews: "After all, no direct for the use of Congress is being collected, it is said, by post-office measures taken by national or state lawmakers can accomplish inspectors all over the country, who will obtain lists of all the very much. The best safeguard lies in our greater devotion as a anarchists in their districts and forward them to Washington, .nation to all the best ideals of a democratic republic. As to the where Chief Wilkie of the secret service will have them printed personal safety of our high officers of state, and of other men in a “Red Book.” In Rochester, N. Y., Justice Davy of the conspicuous in the world of affairs, we may indeed exercise a state supreme court, according to a despatch to the New York little more care ; but we can not provide such safeguards as are Sun, has ordered a searching investigation of the group of one thrown about a European monarch without such changes in our hundred anarchists in Rochester, and ordered that every person methods as are not feasible.” So, too, thinks Mr. Bryan, who found to be a member of the local society be indicted for con- says, in his Commoner: “We can not give full protection to our spiracy to overthrow the government. The Seattle Post-Intelli- officials merely by passing laws for the punishment of those who gencer says: “An avowed anarchist has no civil rights superior assault them; neither can we give them adequate protection by to those of the avowed thief. The community can be rid of one closing our gates to those known to advocate anarchy. These as readily as of the other. Every anarchist nest in the United remedies, good as far as they go, are incomplete. We can only States can be broken up and its members dispersed, every public bring absolute security to our public servants by making the anarchist meeting or parade can be prevented, and the entire Government so just and so beneficent that every citizen will be anarchistic propaganda checked, if not suspended, by local police willing to give his life if need be to preserve it to posterity." regulations, and a few general state statutes, which will not con- “Rash or radical measures might do infinitely more harm than flict with the provisions of the Constitution.” And the St. Louis good,” thinks the Chicago Tribune, and it believes that "it would Globe-Democrat adds similarly: "Civilization has been tardy be unfortunate if too sweeping a law should be enacted against and weak in dealing with these demons. They should be de- immigrants." Charities (New York), whose editor has a close prived of a citizenship they denounce and denied a place in the acquaintance with slum conditions in the metropolis, declares

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