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Living My Life

Living My Life

by Emma Goldman

Living My Life is the 993-page autobiography of Lithuanian-born anarchist Emma Goldman, published in two volumes in 1931 and 1934. Goldman wrote it in Saint-Tropez, France, following her disillusionment with the Bolshevik role in the Russian revolution. The text thoroughly covers her personal and political life from early childhood through to 1927, and has constantly remained in print since, in original and abridged editions.
Anarchism and Other Essays

Anarchism and Other Essays

by Emma Goldman

Anarchism and Other Essays is a book by the feminist anarchist Emma Goldman, first published in 1910 by Mother Earth Publishing Association.
The Shadow Of the Winter Palace

The Shadow Of the Winter Palace

by Edward Crankshaw

 
The Shadow of the Winter Palace: Russia's Drift to Revolution, 1825-1917

Crankshaw examines 19th-century Russia, between the failed Decembrist conspiracy in 1825 up until it's WWI collapse - a tempestuous time in the political world, but one that was also a Golden Age of intellectual and artistic achievement.
The Next Century

The Next Century

by David Halberstam

The Spanish Anarchists

The Spanish Anarchists

by Murray Bookchin

Aspects Of Revolt

Aspects Of Revolt

by Max Nomad

An Appeal To the Young

An Appeal To the Young

by Peter Kropotkin

We Shall Be All

We Shall Be All

by Melvyn Dubofsky

Mutual Aid

Mutual Aid

by Peter Kropotkin

The State

The State

by Peter Kropotkin

The Road To Yorktown

The Road To Yorktown

by John Selby

Hustler

Hustler

by John Henry MacKay

The Conquest Of Bread

The Conquest Of Bread

by Peter Kropotkin

What Is Communist Anarchism?

What Is Communist Anarchism?

by Alexander Berkman

Gandhi

Gandhi

by Judith M Brown

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Radically Gay

by Harry Hay

Harry Hay lives in Los Angeles and remains an outspoken activist.Will Roscoe is the author of Queer Spirits. He lives in San Fransisco. 
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Women and The Revolution

by Ethel Mannin

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The Blake Escape

by Michael Randle and Pat Pottle

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The Damndest Radical

by Roger A Bruns

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Crass Reflections

by Alastair Gordon

Social Movements Books & Ephemera

Living My Life

Living My Life

by Goldman, Emma

Living My Life is the 993-page autobiography of Lithuanian-born anarchist Emma Goldman, published in two volumes in 1931 and 1934. Goldman wrote it in Saint-Tropez, France, following her disillusionment with the Bolshevik role in the Russian revolution. The text thoroughly covers her personal and political life from early childhood through to 1927, and has constantly remained in print since, in original and abridged editions.
The Grand Camouflage

The Grand Camouflage

by Bolloten, Burnett

An Appeal To the Young

An Appeal To the Young

by Kropotkin, Peter

Ricardo Flores Magon

Ricardo Flores Magon

by De Santillan, Diego Abad

The Road To Yorktown

The Road To Yorktown

by Selby, John

The Revolutionary Personality

The Revolutionary Personality

by Wolfenstein, E Victor

The Decline Of Radicalism

The Decline Of Radicalism

by Boorstin, Daniel J