The Revolutionary Life and Legacy of Emma Goldman (1869 – 1940)

The Revolutionary Life and Legacy of Emma Goldman (1869 – 1940)

My recent exploration of radical philosophers has brought me to the work of Emma Goldman; the influential anarchist writer who inspired a generation of radicals to reject hierarchy, capitalism, and government. This article examines her extraordinary life, as well as the infamous legacy she left behind.

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The Historical Theory and Practice of Collectivist Anarchism

The Historical Theory and Practice of Collectivist Anarchism

By utilizing primary sources of two influential socialist uprisings (The Paris Commune of 1871 and Revolutionary Catalonia in 1936) in conjunction with the ideas of philosophers Peter Kropotkin and George Orwell, this article explores the revolutionary values and objectives of left-wing anarchism.

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