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(1871 - 1960) ~ Connecticut Politician who Served 28 Years in the Connecticut House of Representatives : A Connecticut politician who served 28 years in the Connecticut House of Representatives and, from April through September, 1908, was president of the Connecticut Agricultural College, which is now the University of Connecticut. (From : Wikipedia.org.)

(1828 - 1888) ~ German Socialist Philosopher, Marxist, Dialectic Materialist, Journalist, Blankenberg and Rhine Prussian Native, Tanner by Profession, Siegburg Business Owner, Self-Educated : A German socialist philosopher, Marxist and journalist. Dietzgen was born in Blankenberg in the Rhine Province of Prussia. He was the first of five children of father Johann Gottfried Anno Dietzgen (1794?1887) and mother Anna Margaretha L?ckerath (1808?1881). (From : Wikipedia.org.)

(1835 - 1910) ~ American Writer, Humorist, Entrepreneur, Publisher, Lecturer, Lauded as the "greatest Humorist the United States has Produced", and William Faulkner Called him "the Father of American Literature" : An American writer, humorist, entrepreneur, publisher, and lecturer. He was praised as the "greatest humorist the United States has produced", and William Faulkner called him "the father of American literature". (From : Wikipedia.org.)

(1879 - 1958) ~ 20th-Century, Socialist, Spanish Politician and Orator : Born on April 6, 1879 in Reus, he moved to Barcelona to pursue his studies, developing them both in the city of Barcelona and in Paris. He Later he collaborated with La Revista Socialista de Madrid, from 1903 to 1905, under the pseudonym Mario Antonio. In 1907 he joined the group of Jean Jaur?s (L'Humanit?) in Paris. This same year he attended the Congress held in Stuttgart, as a representative of the Second International. (From : Wikipedia.org.)

(1901 - 1980) ~ Catalan Anarcho-syndicalist Revolutionary, Minister of Justice of the Second Spanish Republic, a Leading Figure of Anarchism in Spain : A Catalan anarcho-syndicalist revolutionary and Minister of Justice of the Second Spanish Republic. He was a leading figure of anarchism in Spain. (From : Wikipedia.org.)

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(2009 - ) : "After Makhno: Hidden Histories of Anarchism in the Ukraine," by Anatoly V. Dubovik and D.I. Rublyov, translated by Szarapow, published by the Kate Sharpley Library, 2009.

"A Peace Appeal to Labor," by Bolton Hall, April 17, 1898.

(1969 - ) : "Belgium: Nations of the Modern World," by Vernon Mallinson, Ernest Benn Limited, London, 1969.

"Germany: A Modern History," by Marshall Dill, Jr., Ann Arbor, the University of Michigan Press, 1961.

"The Black Arts Movement," by Larry Neal, published in the Summer of 1968, in the issue of the Drama Review. Quoted from The Portable Sixties Reader, edited by Ann Charters, a Penguin Classics, page 447.

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