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Source: Free Society
Source type: magazine
Document type: notice
Document title: none
Author(s): anonymous
Date of publication: 16 February 1902
Volume number: 9
Issue number: 7
Pagination: 7

[notice]. Free Society 16 Feb. 1902 v9n7: p. 7.
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The Conspiracy Against Free Speech and Free Press [pamphlet]; anarchism (newspapers, magazines, etc.); McKinley assassination (personal response: anarchists).
Named persons
George Pyburn; E. C. Walker.





     The Conspiracy Against Free Speech and Free Press is the title of a new booklet by Comrade Geo. Pyburn, M. D. The author reviews the events of the last few months with much vigor and clearness, scorching the preachers of the gospel, and the omnipresent newspaper reporters, and discusses at length the tendency of legislation to suppress free speech and free press, from a constitutional and libertarian standpoint. In short, it is an excellent pamphlet for distribution among all classes of people, and it is to be hoped that the comrades everywhere will bring it into circulation.
     The booklet contains 32 pages and is published in neat type, with transparent cover, and can be put in any envelope. With a light envelope five copies can be sent for one cent postage. The price is 6 cents per copy or 2½ cents if 100 or more copies be ordered. Order from FREE SOCIETY, or E. C. Walker, 244 W. 143d St., New York, N. Y.



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