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Volume 14: Pacifism and Revolution, 1916–18

Edited by Richard A. Rempel, Louis Greenspan, Beryl Haslam, Albert C. Lewis, Mark Lippincott
London and New York: Routledge, 1995.
Pages: lxxxii, 630.
ISBN: 978-0-415-09410-8



Abbreviations
Introduction
Acknowledgements
Chronology

PART I. PEACE DIPLOMACY AND AMERICA

General Headnote
1 The Momentum of War [1916]
2 Letter to President Wilson [1916]
3 Why Do Men Persist in Living? [1917]
4 Two Ideals of Pacifism [1917]
5 The Logic of Armaments [1917]
6 For Conscience Sake [1917]
7 The Pacifist at Large [1917]
8 The Future of The Tribunal [1917]
9 President Wilson’s Statement [1917]
10 Why the War Continues [1917]
11 The Prospects of the N.C.F. in the New Year [1917]
12 Prefatory Note [1917]

PART II. THE SPECTRE OF DOMESTIC CONSCRIPTION AND THE ABSOLUTIST CHALLENGE

General Headnote
13 Universal National Service [1917]
a Universal National Service [1917]
b General Policy [1917]
c Industrial Conscription [1917]
d Letter to NCF Divisional and Branch Secretaries [1917]

14 The Government and Absolute Exemption [1917]
15 National Service [1917]
16 Liberty and National Service [1917]
17 The Position of the Absolutists [1917]
18 Letters to Home Office Camps [1917]
a To N.C.F. Camp Secretaries [1917]
b To Camp Secretaries [1917]
c Letter to Camp Secretaries on Home Office Work Centres [1917]

19 War and Individual Liberty [1917]
20 Saul Among the Prophets (i) [1917]
21 Conscientious Objectors [1917]

PART III. RUSSIA LEAVES THE WAR

General Headnote
22 Russian Charter of Freedom [1917]
23 Russia Leads the Way [1917]
24 The Evils of Persecution [1917]
25 The Conscientious Objector: Reply to E.A. Wodehouse [1917]
26 The New Hope [1917]
27 America’s Entry into the War [1917]

PART IV. INDIVIDUAL WITNESS OR COLLECTIVE ACTION

General Headnote
28 The Importance of Mental Growth [1917]
29 Should the N.-C.F. Abstain from All Political Action? [1917]
30 Home Office Camps and Slacking [1917]
a Memorandum to the National Committee [1917]
b Draft Letter to Home Office Camps [1917]

31 Resistance and Service [1917]
32 To the Russian Revolutionaries [1917]
33 The Russian Revolution [1917]
34 Report of Visit to Princetown [1917]
35 How to Destroy Prussian Militarism [1917]
36 The Value of Endurance [1917]
37 Letter of Resignation [1917]
38 Russia and Peace [1917]
39 Absolutist Conscientious Objectors [1917]

PART V. A SUMMER OF HOPE

General Headnote
40 Tribute at Leeds [1917]
41 Lord Derby and Leeds [1917]
42 Conscientious Objectors: Lord Derby and the Absolutists [1917]
43 The Chances of Peace [1917]
44 The Price of Vengeance [1917]
45 The Military Authorities and the Absolutists [1917]
46 Introduction to Clifford Allen’s On Active Service [1917]
47 Pacifism and Economic Revolution [1917]
48 Leeds Aftermath [1917]
49 The Renewed Ill-Treatment of “C.O.’s” [1917]
50 A Pacifist Revolution? [1917]
51 Pacifism and Revolution [1917]
52 ‘I Appeal unto Caesar’ [1917]
53 The Fall of Bethmann-Hollweg [1917]
54 The International Situation [1917]
55 Chancellor and Premier [1917]

PART VI. POLITICAL IDEALS

General Headnote
56 Political Ideals [1916]

  57 Capitalism and the Wages System [1917]
58 Pitfalls in Socialism [1917]
59 Individual Liberty and Public Control [1917]
60 National Independence and Internationalism [1917]

PART VII. THE COALITION’S COUNTER-OFFENSIVE AGAINST DISSENT

General Headnote
61 “Crucify Him! Crucify Him!” [1917]
62 The Russian Revolution and International Relations [1917]
63 C.O. Hunger Strikes [1917]
64 The International Situation: The Pope’s Peace Note [1917]
65 Imperialist Anxieties [1917]
66 The N.-C.F. Greets the Delegates of Inter-Allied Socialist Conference [1917]
67 Self-Discipline and Self-Government [1917]
68 Six Months for Spreading Truth [1917]
69 Secret Diplomacy [1917]
70 The Charge of Anarchy [1917]
71 The Kaiser’s Reply to the Pope [1917]
72 Is Nationalism Moribund? [1917]
73 Asia and the War [1917]
74 The Times on Revolution [1917]
75 Count Czernin’s Speech [1917]
76 A Valuable Suggestion by the Bishop of Exeter [1917]
77 The People and Peace [1917]

PART VIII. THE NEW DICTATORSHIP OF OPINION

General Headnote
78 Saul Among the Prophets (ii) [1917]
79 Will Conscription Continue After the War? [1917]
80 The International Outlook [1917]
81 A New Tribunal for Gaol Delivery [1917]
82 The New Dictatorship of Opinion [1917]
83 Who Is the British Bolo? [1917]
84 Boloism in Power [1917]
85 The Sanctity of Conscience [1917]
86 Lord Lansdowne’s Letter [1917]
87 Military Training in Schools [1917]
88 The Government’s “Concessions” [1917]
89 Freedom or Victory? [1917]
90 International Opinion During 1917 [1917]
91 The N.-C.F. Christmas Card [1917]

PART IX. RUSSELL CHARGED: DISSENT IN DISARRAY

General Headnote
92 The German Peace Offer [1918]
93 The Bolsheviks and Mr. Lloyd George [1918]
94 Letter to the Morning Post [1918]
95 Draft of Defence [1918]
96 Statements by Bertrand Russell [1918]
a Statement by Bertrand Russell [1918]
b Statement by Bertrand Russell [1918]

PART X. RUSSELL IN PRISON

General Headnote
97 Human Character and Social Institutions [1918]
98 Despair in Regard to the World [1918]
99 On a Review of Sassoon [1918]
100 The International Outlook (ii) [1918]
101 The Single Tax [1918]
102 For Any One Whom It May Interest [1918]
103 The State God [1918]

PART XI. EPILOGUE: THE LEGACIES OF THE CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS

General Headnote
104 Why Are the C.O.’s Not Released? [1919]
105 What the Conscientious Objector Has Achieved [1919]
106 What the C.O. Stands For [1920]

APPENDIXES

I Joint Advisory Council: A United Policy [1916]
II The Position in the Home Office Camps [1917]
III Russia’s Charter of Freedom [1917]
IV Guild Socialism and Education [1917]
V Conscientious Objectors: The “Absolutists” and the “Ungenuines” [1917]
VI Resolution on Home Office Camps [1917]
VII Clifford Allen’s Defence [1917]
VIII Plans for the People’s Party [1917]
IX Draft Memorandum to Lloyd George [1917]
X Question for the House of Commons [1917]
XI Re-organisation of Information Bureau [1917]
XII What We Stand For: Second Manifesto of the No-Conscription Fellowship [1917]
XIII Russell’s Requests to Brixton Prison Authorities [1918]
XIV To All Members of the Fellowship [1919]

Annotation
Textual Notes
Bibliographical Index
General Index



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