In her time known as “the most dangerous woman in the United States", Emma Goldman is popularly known for her writing, political speeches, and political activism. She is also called an anarchist by some biographers and historians. More
In her time known as “the most dangerous woman in the United States", Emma Goldman is popularly known for her writing, political speeches, and political activism. She is also called an anarchist by some biographers and historians. She was born on 27th of June, 1869, in Kovno in the Russian Empire.
She remained highly active in North America and Europe and played a very influential and central role in the development of anarchist political philosophy. She spread her message all through North America and Europe in the first half of the twentieth century.
Famous Social Reformers & Revolutionaries 2: Emma Goldman Copyright Introduction Family Background and Early Life Johann Most and Berkman Homestead Strike Goldman's Involvement in Inciting to Riot William McKinley’s Assassination Magazine "Mother Earth" Lecturing and Writing Essays on Several Issues First World War Goldman's Deportation Goldman in Russia In Europe and Canada During Spanish Civil War Twilight Years and Death Goldman's Philosophy Goldman's Views on Capitalism and Labor Her Views on State On Sexuality and Feminism Her Views on Atheism Goldman's Legacy Her Known Works
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About the Series: Famous Social Reformers & Revolutionaries
You will get illustrated biographies of great social reformers and revolutionaries in this series. We have started with the biography with Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. We hope this series will prove to be very useful to students, teachers, and educational institutions.