My Disillusionment in Russia
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Description: As a young woman in America, Emma Goldman campaigned for such then-controversial issues as the eight-hour work day and abolition of the draft. Because of her revolutionary activities, she was deported in 1919 to her Russian homeland. Horrified by what she saw in major cities and revolted by the Bolshevik dictatorship, she left the country in 1921 and soon after set down her thoughts, speaking passionately about political harassment and forced labor, industrial militarization, and the persecution of anarchists. This volume will be of value to teachers and students and will appeal to anyone interested in the socio-economic problems of the early twentieth century.
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Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Dover Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/19/2003
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
|Deportation to Russia|
|Moscow: First Impressions|
|Preparing for American Deportees|
|Rest Homes for Workers|
|The First of May in Petrograd|
|The British Labour Mission|
|A Visit from the Ukraina|
|Beneath the Surface|
|Joining the Museum of the Revolution|
|Petropavlovsk and Schlusselburg|
|The Trade Unions|
|Another Visit to Peter Kropotkin|
|Returning to Moscow|
|Back to Petrograd|
|Archangel and Return|
|Death and Funeral of Peter Kropotkin|
|Persecution of Anarchists|
|Travelling Salesmen of the Revolution|
|Education and Culture|
|Exploiting the Famine|
|The Socialist Republic Resorts to Deportation|