anti-anarchist love

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  • And yet during this period, federal anti-anarchist laws made it increasingly impossible even to mention the word.

    Emma Goldman.

  • As Chicago nearly erupts in media-induced, anti-anarchist hysteria, and Brik follows Lazarus's tragic path a century later through war-torn Eastern Europe (his former homeland as well), he realizes that he loved his American wife because there was no place else to go.

    Jennifer Nix: Resurrecting Literature: Sustenance for the Progressive Soul

  • That is why he has got hold of all the communications; and that is why the last four champions of the anti-anarchist police force are running through a wood like rabbits.

    The Criminals Chase the Police

  • For although the card lay at the other extreme of the table, and he could read nothing of the inscription on it, it bore a startling resemblance to the blue card in his own pocket, the card which had been given to him when he joined the anti-anarchist constabulary.

    The Unaccountable Conduct of Professor De Worms

  • All was still in this room where I had seen, for the first time, Sevrin, the anti-anarchist, captivated and spell-bound by the consummate and hereditary grimaces that in a certain sphere of life take the place of feelings with an excellent effect.

    A Set of Six

  • A little earlier other mysterious hands had taken him into a dark room in Scotland Yard where the voice of an unseen man had told him that henceforth he was a member of the anti-anarchist corps, a new body which was to deal with the new anarchists -- not the comparatively harmless people who threw bombs, but the intellectual anarchist.

    G. K. Chesterton, A Critical Study

  • All was still in this room where I had seen, for the first time, Sevrin, the anti-anarchist, captivated and spellbound by the consummate and hereditary grimaces that in a certain sphere of life take the place of feelings with an excellent effect.

    A Set of Six

  • Thomas goes home still cursing, and gets his sacred head split open, and thus wins the day, and has immense glory and sympathy, which tames the fierce anti-anarchist king.

    Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln A Short Story of One of the Makers of Mediaeval England

  • The Federal Government followed with a similar anti-anarchist law of wide scope.

    History of the United States, Volume 5 (of 6)

  • This led to renewed anti-anarchist allegations and propaganda in the media, which by then were reproducing wild stories about the alleged connection of the detained with the assassinated anarchist Lambros Foundas, and about "weapons and communiques found in the lairs".

    Indymedia NL Features

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