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THE INTERNATIONAL

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Originally appearing in Volume V14, Page 693 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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THE INTERNATIONAL. The International Working Men's Association, commonly called " The International," was formed at London in 1864. It was a society of working men of all nations, somewhat like a cosmopolitan trades union, but 0 °o Roman Catholic side transubstantiation, the seven sacraments, adoration of the Virgin and saints, and papal headship, and from the Protestant, justification by faith, marriage of priests, the use of the cup by the laity. Maurice of Saxony was permitted to vary the interim for his dominions, and his edition was called the Leipzig Interim. An earlier interim was that of Regensburg, 1541.
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