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Source: Whim
Source type: magazine
Document type: editorial
Document title: none
Author(s): anonymous
Date of publication:
February 1902
Volume number: 3
Issue number: 1
Pagination: 7-8

[untitled]. Whim Feb. 1902 v3n1: pp. 7-8.
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Leon Czolgosz; anarchism (personal response).
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I BELIEVE in calling a spade a spade and giving these bomb-abominations their appropriate names. I understand we have a man-of-war called the “Philadelphia,” the “brotherly-love!”—& yet we think that Americans have a sense of humor! We shall be calling a torpedo-boat the “William Penn” next! No, let us quit such fooling with the truth. Let us call the new torpedo-boats that we are about to build after the most famous, or rather, infamous of anarchists. Let us have a steel “Ravachol,” a “Bresci,” a “Czolgosz,” engaged in the congenial work of destruction, & when it [7][8] comes to battle-ships, why not call the next one “Anarchy” & be done with it?



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