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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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Last April 11th, the PROTEST showed the public its new rotary press machine for the first time.

It's been less than a year since, through initiative, a desire emerged in the workers to acquire this machine by subscription. This initiative required amazing proportions and even if part of the machine is still in debt today- which needs to be paid in monthly leases of $200- the enthusiasm has not declined. The significance of this fact is suggestive, Buenos Aires is the only city in the world that has, for the good of the exploited humanity, an anarchist newspaper, with its own elements which represent brilliant revolutionary acts, such as The Protest. And that, judging by what some super men of the Camera, here there's no social matters and even less anarchism...

LABOR will dedicate the unabridged product of the next printing run to benefit this printing machine. And for now, with their heads held up high, makes the quote by D'Angio their own:

"O prima rotativa che stampi un giornale anarchico, io ti saluto!"

("Oh rotative press which stamps an anarchical news paper, I salute you!")

The dominican friars are, almost in their entirety, young and colored. They work hard in the dining hall and in the confession room and they sincerely love their parishioners. Becco weighs more than a thousand kilos, and father Alvarez, when he walks, moves his head in a peculiar manner. Because they are dominicans, they make a perpetual dominical vacation out of the week; and they have a good time, from sunday to sunday.

But thats not it, in front of the convent there is another convent. "Of friars too?" our readers will ask. No, of female friars. The convent of the Dominical Sisters. Naturally that isn't all: the brothers are brothers of the sisters.... And around midnight, also naturally...

As for the rest, the evangelical rule states: grow and multiply! Make little dominicals...

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