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Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940.
Red Emma speaks.
New York, Random House 
|Named Person:||Emma Goldman; Emma Goldman|
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|Notes:||Organized thematically into four sections, each with it's own preface. Introduction by Alix Shulman.|
|Description:||413 pages : portrait ; 22 cm|
Organization of society. What I believe ; Anarchism: what it really stands for ; Syndicalism: its theory and practice ; Socialism: caught in the political trap ; The individual, society and the state --
Social Institutions. The child and its enemies ; The social importance of the modern school ; Victims of morality ; The tragedy of woman's emancipation ; The traffic in women ; Marriage and love ; Jealousy: causes and a possible cure ; Intellectual proletarians ; The failure of Christianity ; The philosophy of atheism --
Violence. The psychology of political violence ; What we did about the slaughter at Homestead ; The assassination of McKinley ; Outrage at San Diego ; Prisons: a social crime and failure ; Preparedness; the road to universal slaughter ; Address to the jury --
Two revolutions and a summary. Afterword to My disillusionment in Russian ; There is no communism in Russian ; Address to the International Working Men's Association Congress ; Was my life worth living? --
|Responsibility:||compiled and edited by Alix Kates Shulman.|