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Coffee Grinders

To punish a man for having no bread, for having no home, for holding out his hand, is an abominable act!

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Coffee Grinders[1]

This is what they call the Criminal Court nowadays at the Palace of Justice: the jurisdiction that crushes, that “grinds”, in the blink of an eye, without stopping, in a continual, monotonous movement, the honor and future of the poor. 1,352 more words

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De Profundis Clamavi Ad Te…

Sometimes one of us falls down and the few passers-by gather round. “He’s drunk,” someone says. But a voice replies, “No, he’s hungry!” Unless they say, “He’s dead!” 6 more words

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De Profundis Clamavi Ad Te…

De Profundis Clamavi Ad Te…

After the Explosion at the Véry Restaurant[1]

With the poor at all times—despite their mistakes, despite their faults…despite their crimes! 2,074 more words

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11-Ravachol

He would become a martyr, a cult figure, a thing of legend over time. But immediately, perhaps the most surprising response was how quickly things went back to normal, how easily people forgot.

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11-Ravachol

While the soldiers were shooting innocent demonstrators in Fourmies on May Day 1891, a group of anarchists marching through the streets of Clichy, a working-class suburb of Paris, also came into conflict with the police. 1,360 more words

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Apartments For Rent

“No worries, my dear. I love quiet houses with nice people. So, I’m not going there. There are judges in that house!”

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