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The Anarchist Response to War and Labour Violence in 1914

Rebecca Edelsohn, Alexander Berkman, Anti-Militarism, Free Speech And Hunger Strikes

Alexander Berkman, Rebecca Edelsohn


A short history of anarchist activity in New York in 1914, at a time of anarchist unemployment protests, anti-militarist work, and protest against US intervention in the Mexican revolution, activities in protest of the Ludlow massacre, the Tarrytown “free speech” fights, imprisonment, and hunger strikes. This short sketch includes several speeches and pieces by Rebecca Edelsohn, who, due to her uncompromising stance in the face of State repression, was catapulted into the public eye as one of the “leading” anarchist women of the time.

Publisher: Black Cat Press
Number of pages: 24
ISBN: 9781873605578
Edition info: 9781873605578
Format: booklet
Printer: Black Cat Press

SKU: TCI-073 Category:

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Weight 30 g
Dimensions 21.3 x 14 x .4 cm

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