WAR ON WAR
Saturday, April 25th, 1914, 2 P. M.
to protest against this country
going to war with Mexico
Also in the matter of the capitalistic
slaugter of workers in Colorado
Come, all those who
are against murder
THE ANTI-MILITARIST LEAGUE
OF NEW YORK
[The Anti-Militarist League of New York was founded at the New York Ferrer Centre on April 23rd 1914, immediately after the Ludlow Massace, which took place on April 20th 1914. Founders included, Leonard Abbott, Alexander Berkman, (secretary-treasurer) Becky Edelsohn and M. Eleanor Fitzgerald (Fitzie). Its aim was to publicize the events of the Ludlow massacre as well as oppose the threat of impending war with Mexico. Its headed notepaper declared that “War is a quarrel between two thieves” and argued for “Insurrection rather than war”. Other branches were set up in Denver and Paterson.
This was, probably, the first meeting of the League.
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