Upton Sinclair, ed. (1878–1968). The Cry for Justice: An Anthology of the Literature of Social Protest. 1915.

Book V: Revolt

The struggle to do away with injustice; the battle-cries of the new army which is gathering for the deliverance of humanity.
A Man’s a Man for a’ That—Robert Burns (1759–96)
Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)
A Vindication of Natural Society—Edmund Burke (1729–97)
The Antiquity of Freedom—William Cullen Bryant (1794–1878)
Lord Byron (1788–1824)
Concerning Moderation—Lafcadio Hearn (1850–1904)
The First Issue of “The Liberator” (January 1, 1831)—William Lloyd Garrison (1805–79)
Working and Taking (From the Lincoln-Douglas debates, 1858)—Abraham Lincoln (1809–65)
Address to President Lincoln—The International Workingmen’s Association (1818–83)
Boston Hymn—Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–82)
Battle Hymn of the Chinese Revolution—From the Chinese
The Revolution—Richard Wagner (1813–83)
Cry of the People—John G. Neihardt
Woman’s Right (From “Woman and Labor”)—Olive Schreiner (1855–1920)
Ladies in Rebellion—Abigail Adams (1744–1818)
A Doll’s House—Henrik Ibsen (1828–1906)
A Girl Strike-Leader—Florence Kiper Frank
Comrade Yetta—Albert Edwards
New” Women—Olive Schreiner (1855–1920)
Bread and Roses—James Oppenheim
The Great Strike (From “Happy Humanity”)—Frederik van Eeden (1860–1932)
What Meaneth a Tyrant, and how he Useth his Power in a Kingdom When he hath Obtained it (From “Las Siete Partidas”)—Alfonso the Wise (1221–84)
An Open Letter to the Employers—“A.E.” (George W. Russell) (1867–1935)
God and the Strong Ones—Margaret Widdemer
The Weavers—Gerhart Hauptmann (1862–1946)
Alton Locke’s Song: 1848—Charles Kingsley (1819–75)
G. Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)
Robert G. Ingersoll (1833–99)
The Two “Reigns of Terror” (From “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court”)—Mark Twain (1835–1910)
In Trafalgar Square (From “Songs of the Army of the Night”)—Francis W. L. Adams
The Orator on the Barricade (From “Les Miserables”)—Victor Hugo (1802–85)
Europe: The 72nd and 73rd Years of These States—Walt Whitman (1819–92)
The Dead to the Living—Ferdinand Freiligrath (1810–76)
Free Speech—Sir Leslie Stephen (1832–1904)
Wendell Phillips (1811–84)
The Mask of Anarchy—Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792–1822)
Real Liberty—Henrik Ibsen (1828–1906)
Christmas in Prison (From “The Jungle”)—Upton Sinclair (1878–1968)
Robbers and Governments—Leo Tolstoy (1828–1910)
Gunmen” in Israel (From “A Sociological Study of the Bible”)—Louis Wallis
Gunmen” in West Virginia (“When the Leaves Come Out”)—“Paint Creek Miner”
From Ecclesiastes
Political Violence—Anonymous
The Bomb—Frank Harris (1856–1931)