Anarchism: What It Really Stands For

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by Emma Goldman

Poisoned Candy Press

2022, staple-bound

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"Anarchism - What It Really Stands For," by Emma Goldman, was originally published in 1910 as chapter one of Anarchism and Other Essays by Mother Earth Publishing Association. 

Emma Goldman (June 27 , 1869 – May 14, 1940) was an influential anarchist author and activist from Kaunas, Lithuania (Kovno, Russia at the time of her birth). In 1885 she emigrated to the US. The horrific events of the Haymarket Affair first attracted her to anarchism. She began writing, publishing, and orating, drawing crowds into the thousands. In 1906 she founded the famous Mother Earth journal.

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