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760 INDEX OF PERIODICALS Allgemeine Zeitung—a German conservative daily founded in 1798: from 1810 to 1882 it was published in Augsburg.—36, 42, 165, 185 Anales de la Sociedad Tipografica Bonaerense—an Argentine workers' paper published in 1871-72.—279 L'Avant-Garde—a bourgeois-radical daily published in Paris from September 27, 1870 to May 27, 1871; it advocated an agreement between the Paris Commune and Versailles.—339, 472 L'Avenir libéral. Journal libéral hebdomadaire—a Bonapartist paper published from June 21 to September 15, 1870 in Paris, and from March 22 to May 29, 1871 and from July 8 to November 18, 1871 in Versailles; was banned during the Paris Commune.—432 The Bee-Hive Newspaper—a trade-unionist weekly published under various titles in London from 1861 to 1876; from November 1864 to April 1870, it printed documents of the International; because of the growing influence of the bourgeois radicals on the newspaper editorial board, the General Council of the International broke off relations with it in April 1870.—557 Berliner Börsen-Courier—a daily paper, organ of the Berlin Stock Exchange published from 1868 to 1933.—98 Carlsruhe Gazette—see Karlsruher Zeitung La Cloche. Journal de l'Union Républicaine—organ of the French liberal republican opposition, published in Paris as a weekly from August 1868 to December 1869, and as a daily from December 1869 to 1872; it criticised the Second Empire, in 1871 supported the Versaillese; on April 18, 1871 was banned by the Paris Commune.—475 Cologne Gazette—see Kölnische Zeitung La Commune. Bulletin des Sections de l'Internationale, de la Nouvelle Orléans et du Texas. Publié en coopération par des Sections de l'Internationale de la Louisiane, du Texas, du Rhode Island, de New York et de la Californie—a monthly published in New Index of Periodicals 761 Orleans from June 1871 to December 1873; organ of the U.S. sections of the International.—563 The Contemporary Review—an English bourgeois-liberal monthly published in London since 1866.—386, 598 Courrier de la Gironde—a reactionary newspaper published in Bordeaux from 1792.—286, 287, 289 Le Courrier de Lyon—a bourgeois-republican daily published in Lyons from 1834 to 1939.—286, 287, 289 The Daily News—a liberal daily of the British industrial bourgeoisie, published in London in 1846-1930.—130, 136, 140, 154, 155, 194, 197, 251, 274, 292, 317, 320, 321, 322, 326, 327, 331, 332, 340, 343, 344, 354, 356, 367, 370, 372, 376 378, 398, 403, 440, 441, 444, 447, 454, 465, 472-74, 476, 478, 483, 502, 503, 507-10, 513, 518, 524, 525, 530, 544, 546, 553, 563 The Daily Telegraph—a newspaper published in London since 1855; took a liberal stand in 1850s; after its merger with The Morning Post in 1937, it came out as The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post.—326, 331, 375, 379, 447, 475, 477, 511, 513-14, 530, 552, 553 The Eastern Post—an English workers' weekly published in London under this name from 1868 to 1873, and under various titles up to 1938; organ of the General Council of the International from February 1871 to June 1872.—580, 591, 592, 597 L'Echo de Verviers et de l'arrondissement—a Belgian bourgeois-democratic daily published in Verviers from 1864 to 1866.—386 L'Égalité. Journal de l'Association internationale des Travailleurs de la Suisse romande—a French-language daily published in Geneva from December 1868 to December 1872; organ of the Romance Federation of the International; from 1869 it was virtually controlled by Bakunin.—411, 429, 430, 555, 556 L'Electeur libre—a weekly (a daily since the Franco-Prussian war) of the Right-wing republicans published in Paris from 1868 to 1871; in 1870-71 it was connected with the Ministry of Finance of the Government of National Defence.— 314, 440, 518 L'Etendard—a French Bonapartist weekly published in Paris from 1866 to 1869; was closed down after the exposure of fraudulent machinations which were a source of financing the paper.—315, 475 The Evening Standard—a conservative newspaper published in London from 1827 to 1905.—357, 405, 502 The Examiner—a liberal weekly published in London from 1808 to 1881.—369, 376 La Federacion—a Spanish workers' weekly published in Barcelona from 1869 to 1873; organ of the Barcelona Federation of the International, and, later, of the Federal Council of the International in Barcelona; was under the influence of...

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ISBN
9781909831322
Related ISBN
9780853154433
MARC Record
OCLC
899267023
Pages
819
Launched on MUSE
2015-01-01
Language
English
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No
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