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The following periodical appears in Anarchy Archives thanks to FLA, the Federacion Libertaria Argentina and their project, Biblioteca-Archivo de Estudios Libertarios.

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page 15

LABOR is satisfied. It's first edition has been exhausted completely. Not a single unit is left in our offices!...

We have said it before: little by little this magazine will become known; for its collaboration, for its engravings, for its information. It arose suddenly and has yet to become organized. Now, of course, any omision needs to be disguised. Very briefly, LABOR will start having more pages, with illustrations and cartoons. And furthermore, collaboration with the most renown intellectuals of the world has already been solicited, which shall be obtained because for this reason no sacrifices or setbacks will be omitted.

And may the public, particularly the working class, receive our words of gratitude for their inmerited protection, which we will try to be worthy of, from now on, for everyone's satisfaction. Cheers!


Out of the 4000 citizens who were supposed to serve in the military this time around, only 1800 have shown up... The burgeois newspapers attribute these results to the innovation of the law which states every conscript must remain a year in the quarters. Others attribute this happenning to the lack of modern military quarters which are properly constructed.

Oh naive people!... The matters regarding the military quarters are the same as those pertaining the Water Closets of the wealthy households, with their golden flushing handle and toilet, which nevertheless still smell bad...

For these morons from the press, revolutionary propaganda is... anything.

Let's work...


The Postal Service has misplaced a large quantity of copies of our first edition. At least we don't say they stole them.

The Postal Service is an institution of the State, and we are loyal guardians of the institutions of the State...


Every ideal is good if it has been created by man. Such Bakuninism, such is the Anarchy.

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