An Interview With William Morris, September, 1885: His Arrest and Freedome of Speech
1 According to Edward Aveling, one of the newspapers identified Morris as the author of the "Paradise League" (qtd. in Thompson 396).
2 On the next Sunday, between 30,000 and 50,000 people turned out at Dod Street. Thompson notes that "the police, for fear of alienating the whole radical movement, kept at a discreet distance" (398).