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Emma Goldman Emma Goldman spent three decades in the U.S. and two more decades in exile speaking and writing about her beliefs. Access an entire issue of Mother Earth magazine on this site, or visit the Emma Goldman Papers Project to hear from Goldman, in her own words.

Emma Goldman's Writings
The Emma Goldman Papers Project at the University of California, Berkeley, presents a broad selection of her articles, books, and speeches on line:

Nellie Bly Interviews Emma Goldman
While serving a one-year prison sentence for inciting to riot, Emma Goldman gave this interview to fearless reporter Nellie Bly:

What Is There in Anarchy for Woman?
Goldman explained her thinking about women's roles in society to a St. Louis reporter in 1897:


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