Marriage and Love by Emma Goldman.
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Goldman had already left one unhappy marriage, and she valued the freedom to love without bondage as much as she valued the right of workers to adequate pay. She spoke out boldly in favor of contraception and against marriage, which she deemed a form of female slavery. Goldman's political speeches, writings, and other activities earned her admiration from many working people and fear and.
Meet Emma Goldman. Early Life: Portrait of an Anarchist as a Young Woman; Life and Conflict in the New World; Emma Goldman and Free Speech; Birth Control Pioneer; War Resistance, Anti-Militarism, and Deportation, 1917-1919; Emma Goldman in Exile; Emma Goldman and the Spanish Civil War; Honoring Goldman's Legacy; Publications of Emma Goldman Papers. Sample Documents from the Book Edition.
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Emma Goldman and her comrade Alexander Berkman were central to the development of anarchist-communism in the 20th-century United States. They were not simply “American Bakuninists” or “Kropotkinites.” Goldman drew from those writers, but also from many other sources. As Candace Falk puts it in her introduction to the second volume, which shows Goldman’s work as an avowed anarchist.
Goldman was a radical thinker. Forty years on she is more than emblematic, she is iconic. Emma Goldman was born in the imperial city of Russia of Kovno on June 27, 1869. Emma’s mother Taube was married to a man when he was 15 years old He later died and she was left with two children. Emma’s mother had a second marriage arranged to Abraham.