Some of the voices during this ebook got here to oppose global conflict I after reflecting on adventure, others hostile it on precept ahead of a shot was once fired—they could have been few in quantity, yet progressively their effect rose. This anthology offers varied voices of guys and girls who wondered and antagonistic the struggle: liberals, radicals and pacifists, anarchists and socialists, squaddies and noncombatants. Featured writers comprise: James Connolly, Eugene Debs, Emma Goldman, Keir Hardie, Jean Jaurès, Louis Lecoin, V. I. Lenin, John Maclean, Errico Malatesta, Sylvia Pankhurst, Siegfried Sassoon. they're American, Asian, British, French, German, Irish, Italian, and Russian. a number of the texts are newly translated or look in English the 1st time.
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