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Sasha and Emma

The Anarchist Odyssey of Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman

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ISBN 9780674416734

Publication Date: 11/24/2014

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528 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

Belknap Press

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  • Preface
  • Prologue
  • I. Impelling Forces
    • 1. Mother Russia
    • 2. Pioneers of Liberty
    • 3. The Trio
    • 4. Autonomists
    • 5. Homestead
    • 6. Attentat
    • 7. Judgment
    • 8. Buried Alive
    • 9. Blackwell’s and Brady
    • 10. The Tunnel
    • 11. Red Emma
    • 12. The Assassination of McKinley
    • 13. E.G. Smith
  • II. Palaces of the Rich
    • 14. Resurrection
    • 15. The Wine of Sunshine and Liberty
    • 16. The Inside Story of Some Explosions
    • 17. Trouble in Paradise
    • 18. The Blast
    • 19. The Great War
    • 20. Big Fish
  • III. Open Eyes
    • 21. The Russian Dream
    • 22. The Bolshevik Myth
    • 23. Charlottengrad
    • 24. Globe-Trotters and Colonizers
    • 25. Now and After
    • 26. Bon Esprit
    • 27. Pillar to Post
    • 28. Old Glory
    • 29. Nothing but Death Can End
    • 30. Waldheim
  • Notes
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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