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Emma Goldman: Anarchism and Other Essays  wikidata:Q97399408 reasonator:Q97399408 s:en:Anarchism and Other Essays
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English: Second revised edition of Emma Goldman's collection of essay on Anarchism, published in 1911 by the Mother Earth Publishing Association, New York Contains a biographical sketch by Hippolyte Havel
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