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Red Emma Speaks: An Emma Goldman Reader (Contemporary Studies in Philosophy and the Human Sciences)

This book is about Emma Goldman
Dive into the revolutionary mind of Emma Goldman with "Red Emma Speaks: An Emma Goldman Reader." This compelling anthology, published on May 1, 1996, offers a comprehensive glimpse into the thoughts and writings of one of the most influential anarchists of the 20th century. Through a collection that spans essays, excerpts from her dramatic autobiography, and insightful commentaries, readers encounter Goldman's candid perspectives on a myriad of topics including anarchism, sex, education, and criminal justice reform. The book, ideal for college students, not only explores themes of religious freedom and education equity but also deeply investigates the realms of criminal justice reform. This edition, enhanced with a new foreword by Alix Kates Shulman and updated source listings, positions Goldman's work in the current landscape of related scholarship, making it a timeless resource for those passionate about understanding and advocating for social change. Engage with this text and reflect on how Goldman’s enduring wisdom can inform contemporary movements for justice and equality.
Published by Humanities Press on May 1, 1996
476 pages
ISBN: 9781573924641
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This book provides valuable insights into Criminal Justice ReformEducation Equity, and Religious Freedom, highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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