Emma Gold­man (18691940) was a nurse, anar­chist, lec­tur­er and rev­o­lu­tion­ary, who was twice arrest­ed for vio­lat­ing the Com­stock Law, which pro­hib­it­ed the dis­tri­b­u­tion of birth-con­trol lit­er­a­ture. The pre­ced­ing answers” first appeared, respec­tive­ly, in Woman’s Suf­frage” (1914), The Traf­fic in Women” (1910) and Mar­riage and Love” (1916).
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Emma Goldman: A New Declaration of Independence
In an essay published in July 1909 in Mother Earth, Goldman—a lifelong radical—reminds readers that all humans were created equal.
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“Marriage and Love Have Nothing In Common”: Emma Goldman on Romance and Sexual Freedom
The anarchist, labor organizer and rabble rouser Emma Goldman published this essay, "Marriage and Love," in 1914.
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