A revised and updated version of
Abraham Kuyper: An Annotated Bibliography 1857-2010 by Tjitze Kuipers (2011)
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The platform for the 1871 elections is reprinted from De Heraut 22 (1871), no. 16, April 21, 1871 (see 1871.06) on pages 94–95 of this memorial book. A letter to the members of the (provisional) Central Committee of Anti-Revolutionary Electoral Associations is also included on page 100. Dated Den Haag, November 6, 1877, composed by the Electoral Association of Gouda, and intended as a companion piece to the party platform, the letter was approved by various prominent Anti-Revolutionaries and adopted by the Electoral Associations of Leiden and Groningen. It expresses the desirability of settling upon a political program that will unite the various electoral associations into a single organization, which might then elect a Central Committee.
On pages 159–161, an article is reprinted from De Heraut 20 (1869), no. 44, October 29, 1869 (see 1869.27). Finally, the memorial book—which was published (with a print run of 2,000 copies) in October 1937—includes as a supplement (p. 269) a report of the explanation Kuyper gave of his motto, terar dum prosim [may I be consumed if I am but useful].