Tag Archives: Emma Goldman

Anarchist voices on Palestine-Israel: Emma Goldman

To the Editor,“Spain and the World”. Dear Comrade, I was interested in the article, ‘Palestine and Socialist Policy’, by our good friend Reginald Reynolds in ‘Spain and the World’ of July 29th. There is much in it with which I … Continue reading

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Against War: Emma Goldman

The Promoters of the War Mania (1917) AT THIS most critical moment it becomes imperative for every liberty-loving person to voice a fiery pro- test against the participation of this country in the European mass-murder. If the opponents of war, … Continue reading

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Remembering the Kronstadt Rebellion

From Roarmag (01/03/2021) magazine … “Seventeen dreadful days”: Emma Goldman on the Kronstadt Rebellion On March 1, 1921, a citizen’s assembly in Kronstadt approved the Petropavlovsk Resolution listing 15 demands to the Bolshevik government in Petrograd. This date marks the … Continue reading

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Celebrating/remembering Emma Goldman

From Robert Graham’s Anarchism Weblog … One thing that Donald Trump is daily proving is that lying and cheating remain, as always, the key to political success, something that Emma Goldman noted in her 1910 essay, “Anarchism: What It Really Stands For,” the keynote … Continue reading

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The russian revolution of 1917: Emma Goldman

The argument that destruction and terror are part of revolution I do not dispute. I know that in the past every great political and social change necessitated violence. America might still be under the British yoke but for the heroic … Continue reading

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Anarchy’s dancing friends

for n.m.and a.b. for the members of the Paideia collective Ain’t many guys travel around together,” he mused.  “I don’t know why.  Maybe ever’body in the whole damn world is scared of each other.                                                                   John Steinbeck Friendship, this relation … Continue reading

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