Punch,  63 (1872), 76.

An Anti-Anti Association





Societies, Temperance

    Notes that most gatherings of 'professors and philosophers', including the British Association for the Advancement of Science and Social Science Congress, are 'perfectly harmless'. Adds that congregations of 'fanatics and fools', including the United Kingdom Alliance and the Anti-Tobacco Society, are 'essentially conspiracies against personal freedom'.

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